I am interested in (rapid) polymerization or (rapid) long mollecule synthesishappening in the intracellular space.
Clearly protein synthesis or DNA/RNA synthesis are examples of elongation of molecules, but these are relatively slow.
I wonder if someone can suggest examples of polymerization processes that happen at a much faster pace, for example one monomer added to the mollecule every millisecond, or every few milliseconds.
The underlying question is: what is the fastest example of long-molecule elongation inside the cell? At physiologically viable concentrations, what is the fastest monomer addition process that we could find?