Motor Protein Resource Directory

Eukaryotic kinesin motor proteins utilize the energy of ATP hydrolysis to move cargoes, such as chromosomes and vesicles, along cytoskeletal microtubule networks. 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, axonal transport, and cell division. Learn more about kinesin motor proteins through Cytoskeleton, Inc.'s motor protein resouce directory by clicking on the options below.

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