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The conversion from chemical to mechanical energy is in general done by molecular motors which perform a power-stroke, using the hydrolysis of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) or more rarely of GTP to power a change of their conformation while bound to cytoskeletal elements. Molecular motors include myosins, which is the molecular family powering muscles in ...


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