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How do proteins in our body achieve muscle movement?

CollectionsCollaboration across boundaries : a cross-disciplinary conference (2017)
Title: How do proteins in our body achieve muscle movement?
Author(s): Shishmarev, Dmitry
Sundararaj, Srinivasan
Aditya, Shouvik
Casarotto, Marco
Keywords: protein-protein interactions, muscle, excitation-contraction coupling, NMR spectroscopy
Publisher: Canberra, ACT : NECTAR, The Australian National University
This poster provides an introduction into the studies of proteins, involved in muscle movement and contraction, that we are undertaking at the ANU's John Curtin School of Medical Research. We study interactions between these proteins on a molecular level, with the aim of better understanding of physiological processes that take place in our muscle cells under normal conditions and in disease states. The outcomes of our research might pave the way for the treatment of pathological conditions, associated with skeletal and cardiac muscle disorders.


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