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(Science: protein) family of large matrix proteins (600-900 kD) found in the n line of the sarcomere of striated muscle. Consist of many (more than 200) repeats of conserved actin binding motifs, bind to f actin and may serve as templates for assembly of the sarcomere.

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... obsorbed. - Eyespot Apparatus - Light sensitive patches on the outer membrane. - Myofillium - These are rubbery strands of actin, myosin and nebulin that normally lie just below the outer cell membrane. They are only found in the muscle cells of multicellular organisms and allow for muscle ...

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Tue Feb 08, 2011 1:48 pm
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Topic: Need help with an alien cell (for a plausible fiction)
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