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Cytoskelett und Zellbewegungen

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9.8 Literatur

Cytoskelett allgemein

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Mikrotubuli

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Intermediärfilamente

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Molekulare Motoren

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Actinfilamente und Actin bindende Proteine

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Muskelkontraktion

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Bewegungen außerhalb der Muskeln

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Primäre Ciliendefekte aus Sicht des Menschen

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