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Image of myosin strands through actin strands (more details...)

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Molecule of the Month by www.pdb.org (see the Molecule of the Month section for more details]

Date Year 2001 (see the complete list for more details)
Author Illustration by David S. Goodsell of The Scripps Research Institute (see this site)
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