Park and Lanier  found that there were three endothermic transition peaks for tilapia proteins after purification, mainly corresponding to myofibril (47.8[degrees]C), myosin
(57.7[degrees]C), and actin (68[degrees]C).
"Considering that hundreds of these myosin
molecules are doing this all the time, if they stay bound longer, at any given time you're going to have more myosin
heads bound and pulling together than you otherwise would.
light chains, which are encoded by mylfa, also are essential for normal muscle function (Liu et al.).
Han et al., "Solubilization of myosin
in a solution of low ionic strength L-histidine: significance of the imidazole ring," Food Chemistry, vol.
phosphorylation/ dephosphorylation and regulation of airway smooth muscle contractility," American Journal of Physiology-Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology, vol.
Ichikawa et al., "Cellular force assay detects altered contractility caused by a nephritis-associated mutation in nonmuscle myosin
IIA," Development, Growth & Differentiation, vol.
 mapped the pathogenic epitopes on the myosin
molecules in 1996.
A 3D simulative structure (PDB ID:1g8xA) of MYO15A motor domain was built, which contained the myosin
XVA protein residues 1261-1887.
Brain myosin-V is a two-headed unconventional myosin
with motor activity.
This technique allowed us to monitor the sequence of events that result in ATP hydrolysis by the myosin
molecule and the corresponding mechanical interactions between myosin
presence has been demonstrated in kidney descending vasa recta and in renal arterioles and could be involved in the regulation of the blood flow from descending vasa recta to capillary beds .
The origin of the force driving the retrograde movement has been attributed to the polymerization of actin and/or the motor function of nonmuscle myosin