dynamin

A protein isolated from microtubule preparations and shown to cause ATP-mediated microtubule sliding toward the plus ends. A GTP-binding protein with classical G-protein motifs and with very high homology to the Mx protein involved in interferon-induced virus resistance. There are tissue-specific and developmentally-regulated forms of dynamin in Dr
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dynamin

<protein> A protein isolated from microtubule preparations and shown to cause ATP mediated microtubule sliding toward the plus ends. A GTP-binding protein with classical G-protein motifs and with very high homology to the Mx protein involved in interferon induced virus resistance. There are tissue specific and developmentally regulated forms
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dynamin

Type: Term Pronunciation: dī′nă-min Definitions: 1. A guanosine 5′-triphosphatase (i.e., GTPase) that, by surrounding the neck of a forming pinocytotic vesicle, pinches it off and frees it from the cell membrane, thus releasing it into the cytoplasm.
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Dynamin

Dynamin is a GTPase responsible for endocytosis in the eukaryotic cell. Dynamins are principally involved in the scission of newly formed vesicles from the membrane of one cellular compartment and their targeting to, and fusion with, another compartment, both at the cell surface (particularly caveolae internalization) as well as at the Golgi appar
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