myosin

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myo- (relating to muscle), from Ancient Greek μυός (muós), genitive of μῦς (mûs, muscle) + -in.

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myosin (plural myosins)

  1. (biochemistry) A large family of motor proteins found in eukaryotic tissues, allowing mobility in muscles.
  1. An albuminous body present in dead muscle formed in the process of coagulation which takes place in rigor mortis.

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