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Correspondence to: Titin Andri Wihastuti, E-mail: titinwihastuti@gmail.
Unfolding of titin domains explains the viscoelastic behavior of skeletal myofibrils.
According to the first article, Titin, the largest protein in the human body, acts like a spring that stretches the muscle cell or slackens them and its spring region has certain protein units, the so-called immunoglobulin domains, which are strung like pearls on a string.
Imai N, Kitayama K, Titin J (2010) Distribution of phosphorus in an above-to-below-ground profile in a Bornean tropical rain forest.
When asked for a comment Media Powers' COO/Janitor Bill Powers said “We are excited to continue our relationship with Titin Tech.
According to Wikipedia, the scientific name for titin, the largest known protein, runs to 189,819 letters, while the longest published word, beginning "Methionyl .
Within the physiological range of muscle length change, passive stiffness has been attributed to protein structures within the myofibril, such as titin [11-12].
com, the word - which is actually the name of a giant protein called Titin - begins with "Methio," ends with "leucine," and has a total of 189,819 letters, the Huffington Post reported.
The muscle protein titin, for instance, has been extensively investigated using both atomic force microscopy (AFM) methods (5-7) and optical tweezers (8, 9).