Bacterial actin homolog ParM: arguments for an apolar, antiparallel double helix.
Journal Article (Journal Article)
The bacterial actin homolog ParM has always been modeled as a polar filament, comprising two parallel helical strands, like actin itself. I present arguments here that ParM may be an apolar filament, in which the two helical strands are antiparallel.
- Erickson, HP
- September 28, 2012
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- 422 / 4
Start / End Page
- 461 - 463
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