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See also: Axoneme Axonometric Axonotmesis Axones Axon Axone Axonic Axonal Axonify Axonopathy Axonopathic

1. Axonemes are prepared from the sea urchins, Pseudocentrotus depressus, Clypeaster japonicus, Anthocidaris crassispina, Hemicentrotus pulcherrimus, Strongylocentrotus intermedius, Strongylocentrotus nudus, and Scaphechinus mirabilis.

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2. Axonemes meaning Plural form of axoneme.

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3. The N-DRC Forms a Conserved Biochemical Complex That Maintains Outer Doublet Alignment and Limits Microtubule Sliding in Motile Axonemes The nexin-dynein regulatory complex (N-DRC) is proposed to coordinate dynein arm activity and interconnect doublet microtubules.

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4. The Axonemes are then collected by centrifugation at 12,000g for 10 minutes at 4°C

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5. To remove the residual cytoplasmic proteins and detergent, Axonemes are gently resuspended in ice-cold IMEN without Triton X-100 and then centrifuged at 12,000g for 10 50 Christele Saudrais and Jean-Luc Gatti minutes at 4°C

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6. These developing Axonemes were positioned to coordinate trafficking into the furrow and mark the center of the cell in lieu of a midbody/phragmoplast

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7. Here we describe the three-dimensional structure of rapidly frozen Axonemes from Chlamydomonas and sea urchin sperm, using cryoelectron tomography and image processing to focus on the motor enzyme dynein

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8. We demonstrate that PKA is associated with ciliary Axonemes where it specifically phosphorylates a 23-kDa protein.

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9. Microtubules were nucleated from sea urchin Axonemes in 11.5 μM tubulin alone or in the presence of 0.1, 0.5, and 1.0 μM Bim1 or Bik1

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10. Because Axonemes contain parallel bundles of uniformly oriented microtubules, microtubules extending from one end are plus-ended, whereas microtubules

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11. (1977) Observations of the structural components of flagellar Axonemes and central pair microtubules from rat sperm

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12. Salmon Lab Protocols: Sea Urchin Axonemes A collection of protocols used by the Salmon Lab

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13. The Axonemes of the caudal flagella are accompanied by two sheets of microtubules, which were called funis by

Axonemes, Are, Accompanied

14. Here we describe the three-dimensional structure of rapidly frozen Axonemes from Chlamydomonas and sea urchin sperm, using cryoelectron tomography and image processing to focus on the motor enzyme dynein.

Axonemes, And

15. After extrusion, Axonemes continued to swim slowly backwards in the reactivation medium, with a trailing central pair attached like a tail to the flagellar tip

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16. During bending movement of the Axonemes, partially extruded central pairs rotated counterclockwise about the axoneme axis, as viewed from the distal end (Kamiya, R., 1982, Cell Motil.

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17. Axonemes terminate proximally at this level

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18. Sections of Axonemes close to their basal extremities (within 1-2 /tm) reveal the

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19. Axonemes and basal bodies which are closely related in structure, are found throughout the animal kingdom, in algae, protists, fungi and primitive plants such as ferns

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20. Thus, the unique localization of Crb1 to the outer segment cell membranes that encircle the Axonemes of cone photoreceptors sets itself apart from other Crb proteins

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21. We show here that Axonemes are the substrate for these tubulin C‐terminal modifications

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22. Axoneme architecture is required, but full length, motile Axonemes are not necessary

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23. Guish between Axonemes and microtubules

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24. Unlike canonical kinesin-1, kinesin-2 takes directional, off-axis steps on micro-tubules, but it resumes a straight path when walking on the Axonemes

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25. The inherent ability of kinesin-2 to side-track on the microtubule lattice restricts the motor to one side of the doublet microtubule in Axonemes.

Ability, Axonemes

26. A suspension of extracted Axonemes remains motionless until the addition of 1 mM ATP that establishes a baseline CBF similar to that seen when analyzing intact ciliated BBEC

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27. Perfuse Axonemes into a simple perfusion chamber by slowly pipeting ~10 ul of properly diluted Axonemes against one open end of the chamber and allowing the chamber to fill

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28. Axonemes without outer arms) decreased during the extraction time and reached 42-8 ± 7-3 % of the total ATPase activity 85- and4 ± 5-1 % of the total protein content of whole Axonemes after 10 min

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29. Axonemes are organelles that are composed of microtubule doublets and singlets with a complex assembly of associated proteins

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30. The axoneme exit defect is specific to the caudal Axonemes, which exit from the posterior of the cell, and this defect correlates with rounding of the cell posterior and loss of the funis.

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31. Axonemes (20 μl) were added to 50 μl of the reaction mix described above and incubated for 15 min at 30°C

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32. Which of the following represents the arrangement of microtubules in Axonemes of cilia? nine peripheral pairs of microtubules plus one central pair three peripheral pairs of microtubules and no central pairs nine peripheral triplets of microtubules nine peripheral triplets of microtubules plus one central pair

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33. On the other hand, immunofluorescence microscope observations indicated that the amount of dynein e in wild-type Axonemes was significantly reduced in the proximal region , whereas our cryo-ET density maps did not show any reduction in the dynein e density in the proximal region of the wild-type, ida1, or ida4 Axonemes (Figs

Amount, Axonemes, Any

34. Here we describe the three-dimensional structure of rapidly frozen Axonemes from Chlamydomonas and sea urchin sperm, using cryoelectron tomography and image processing to focus on the motor enzyme dynein.

Axonemes, And

35. Axonemes - find the meaning and all words formed with Axonemes, anagrams with Axonemes and much more.

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36. Structural and biochemical features of fractionated spermatid manchettes and sperm Axonemes of the Azh/Azh mutant mouse Kazuhiko Mochida

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37. Abstract: The Axonemes serve as motile machineries in sperm flagella

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38.Axonemes are organelles that are composed of microtubule doublets and singlets with a complex assembly of associated proteins

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39. The pattern of microtubules in the Axonemes of Gymnosphaera albida Sassaki: evidence for 13 protofilaments

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AXONEMES [ˈaksəˌnēm]

NOUN

  • the central strand of a cilium or flagellum. It is composed of an array of microtubules, typically in nine pairs around two single central ones.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is axenome made of?

Axonemes are prepared from the sea urchins, Pseudocentrotus depressus, Clypeaster japonicus, Anthocidaris crassispina, Hemicentrotus pulcherrimus, Strongylocentrotus intermedius, Strongylocentrotus nudus, and Scaphechinus mirabilis.

What is the structure of the axoneme?

This organization of axoneme is referred as “9x2 + 0”. In addition, “9x2 + 1” axonemes, with only a single central microtubule, have been found to exist. Primary cilia appear to serve sensory functions. The building-block of the axoneme is the microtubule; each axoneme is composed of several microtubules aligned in parallel.

What does axonemal mean?

Medical Definition of axoneme. : the fibrillar bundle of a flagellum or cilium that usually consists of nine pairs of microtubules in a ring around a single central pair. Other Words from axoneme. axonemal ˌak-​sə-​ˈnē-​məl adjective.

What does axoneme mean?

Medical Definition of axoneme. : the fibrillar bundle of a flagellum or cilium that usually consists of nine pairs of microtubules in a ring around a single central pair.

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