Biopolym. Cell. 1991; 7(4):80-82.
Cell Biology
Application of the target theory for the investigation of microtubules polymerization
1Sorochinsky B. V.
  1. Institute of Cell Biology and Genetic Engineering, Academy of Sciences of the Ukrainian SSR
    Kiev, USSR

Abstract

It was determined with target theory the size of intermediate structures which arized during the microtubules assembly. Their size correspond to 69–77 tubuline dimers.

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