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New Study Clarifies How One Protein Helps Maintain a Healthy Cellular Supply Chain

November 29, 2021

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Presented by Health Lab

A new U-M study found that kinesins, a kind of protein, help direct cellular signals, other proteins and pieces of cells. These motor proteins are highly involved in almost all facets of cellular operations, Michael Cianfracco, PhD, faculty member at the U-M Life Sciences Institute and Medical School, explains. The findings emphasize the importance of this process in bolstering cellular health.

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