Coordination of opposite-polarity microtubule motors.
J Cell Biol. 2002 Feb 18; 156(4):715-24
Gross et al. study the detailed kinetics of bidirectional microtubule-dependent lipid droplet motility in Drosophila embryos.
They find that when minus-end motility is perturbed with dynein mutants, a competing plus-end motility is also disrupted, rather than becoming more prominant.
Their findings suggest that microtubule minend...
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