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Eukaryotic kinesin motor proteins utilize the energy of ATP hydrolysis to move cargoes, such as chromosomes and vesicles, along cytoskeletal microtubule networks [1]. They play a major role in almost all aspects of intracellular transport and are involved in a wide range of  physiological processes, including embryonic development [2], axonal transport [3], and cell division [4]...  (Read more about motor proteins here).


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