Myosin

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Myosin is an enzyme that catalyzes ATP hydrolysis, leaving ADP and an inorganic Phosphate. This reaction releases energy which is then used to drive motion e.g. muscle movement.


Myosin is common in all eukaryotes, and there are 40 different types in the human genome alone.

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