Truncations of titin
causing dilated cardiomyopathy.
Correspondence to: Titin
Andri Wihastuti, E-mail: titinwihastuti@gmail.
an atrophied muscle the content of titin
, nebulin, and myosin heavy
Hydro-geophysical exploration for groundwater potentials in Titin
Basin, South Jordan, J.
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
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
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).