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Myosin Type II
Myosin Light Chains
Endothelial barrier disruption and recovery is controlled by substrate stiffness.
Myosin II-mediated focal adhesion maturation is tension insensitive.
Isoforms Confer Characteristic Force Generation and Mechanosensation by Myosin II Filaments.
Reconstitution of contractile actomyosin arrays.
Shear thickening of F-actin networks crosslinked with non-muscle myosin IIB.
Biophysics. Clutch dynamics.
Contact guidance requires spatial control of leading-edge protrusion.
Self-organization of myosin II in reconstituted actomyosin bundles.
Spatiotemporal constraints on the force-dependent growth of focal adhesions.
Transient frictional slip between integrin and the ECM in focal adhesions under myosin II tension.
Lamellipodium is a myosin-independent mechanosensor.
Arp2/3 inhibition induces amoeboid-like protrusions in MCF10A epithelial cells by reduced cytoskeletal-membrane coupling and focal adhesion assembly.
Thick filament length and isoform composition determine self-organized contractile units in actomyosin bundles.
Local cortical tension by myosin II guides 3D endothelial cell branching.
Traction stress in focal adhesions correlates biphasically with actin retrograde flow speed.
F-actin buckling coordinates contractility and severing in a biomimetic actomyosin cortex.
Tension is required but not sufficient for focal adhesion maturation without a stress fiber template.
Actin bundle architecture and mechanics regulate myosin II force generation.
Therapeutic Potentiation of Bronchial Dilatation
Limiting Pool and Actin Architecture Controls Myosin Cluster Sizes in Adherent Cells.
Nonmuscle Myosin Type IIB