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Dynein


Dynein is a class of protein found in biological cells and is involved in their reproduction. Dyneins can be divided into two groups: cytoplasmic dynein and axonemal dynein.

The axonemal dynein acts to activate a sliding within flagellar microtubules, whereas the cytoplasmic dynein is implicated in moving toward the negative end of a microtubule.

See also: Kinesin


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