Myosin V Movement

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Structural Basis for Biological Function (Molecular Motors) Flashcards on Myosin V Movement, created by gina_evans0312 on 12/15/2013.

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Step 1- ATP binds Myosin dissociates from Actin
Step 2- ATP hydrolysis Lever arm moves to power stroke position, myosin binds to new actin site
Step 3- Pi is released POWERSTROKE- other arm is thrown forewards and bound arm moves to post stroke position
Step 4- Strained 'Waiting' State ADP is released- head becomes 'nucleotide free'
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