Calcium Dependent Regulation of Conformational Change in the SH2 Region of Skeletal Myosin
Due to the finding of troponin,1,2 actin-linked Ca2+-dependent regulatory mechanism of muscle contraction was established.
KeywordsConformational Change ATPase Activity Myosin Head Myosin ATPase Myosin Molecule
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