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by H. Sugi,A.M. Gordon,T.J. Itoh,R. Kamiya,I. Mabuchi,G. Pfitzer,J.C. Rüegg,T. Shimmen,J.M. Squire,S. Winegrad,L.D. Yates
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    H. Sugi,A.M. Gordon,T.J. Itoh,R. Kamiya,I. Mabuchi,G. Pfitzer,J.C. Rüegg,T. Shimmen,J.M. Squire,S. Winegrad,L.D. Yates
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    3540545425
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    Springer; 1 edition (April 16, 1992)
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    264 pages
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    Biological Sciences
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The book provides a comprehensive overview on the mechanisms of muscle contraction and non-muscle cell motility at the molecular and cellular leveland also describes a variety of experimental techniques associated with these systems.

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Muscle Contraction and Cell Motility Sugi’s book provides an extensive collection of the latest and most up-to-date aspects of the field of muscle contraction from the leaders of the field. Especially appealing are the frank critiques of the current models, which provide abundant food for thought. 4 Reversibility of ATP-Induced Myosin Head Power Stroke . 5 Summary of Novel-Features of ATP-Induced Myosin Head Power Stroke Revealed by Experiments Using the EC 2. Studies of Muscle Contraction Using X-Ray Diffraction 20 22 22 23 25 29 30 35 John M. Squire and Carlo Knupp . Introduction . Meridional Reflections 59.

Muscle contraction and related mechanisms of cell motility are covered in many biochemistry, cell biology, and physiology texts. Textbook writers seek out information that illustrates basic principles and select examples that support these ideas

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This volume intends to provide a comprehensive overview on the mecha­ nisms of muscle contraction and non-muscle cell motility at the molecu­ lar and cellular level, not only for investigators in these fields but also for general readers interested in these topics. A most attractive feature of various living organisms in the animal and plant kingdoms is their ability to move. In spite of a great diversity in the structure and function of various motile systems, it has frequently been assumed since the nineteenth century that all kinds of "motility" are essentially the same. Based on this assumption, some investigators in the nineteenth century thought that the mechanisms of motility could better be studied on primitive non-muscle motile systems such as amoeboid movement, rath­ er than on highly specialized muscle cells. Contrary to their expectation, however, the basic mechanisms of motility have been revealed solely by investigations on vertebrate skeletal muscles, since a monumental discovery of Szent-Gyorgyi and his coworkers in the early 1940s that muscle contraction results from the interaction between two different contractile proteins, actin and myosin, coupled with ATP hydrolysis.