Actin binding proteins
Actin binding proteins - a diverse group of proteins that bind to actin. These proteins direct a complex network of protein filaments that provide stability to the cellular infrastructure by supporting the dynamic motility of microfilaments, thereby enabling intracellular translocation and organelle transport.
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