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This selective role of myosin IIa is mediated by the interaction of the tail domain of myosin II with the adaptor protein arrestin, which in turn is associated with the cytoplasmic domain of CSCR4. Thus, it is possible that myosin IIa is functioning as a single-motor molecule, rather than within a bipolar thick filament ensemble. , 2004; Hasson, 2003; Sweeney and Houdusse, 2006. Myosin VI may help power vesicle scission using its minus-end directed movement to produce an inward pull on the forming vesicle.

3. Endocytosis There is considerable evidence for the involvement of several classes of myosins in the three primary modes of endocytic uptake of extracellular “fluid phase” and ligands: clathrin-mediated endocytosis, macropinocytosis and phagocytosis. Moreover, it is likely that multiple myosins act in concert to effect formation and trafficking of endocytic vesicles. A few of the many documented roles of myosins in endocytosis are reviewed below. 1. MOOSEKER AND FOTH Clathrin-mediated endocytosis As discussed above and in detail in Chapter 4, the involvement of class I myosins in yeast, amoebae and most recently vertebrate cells has been well established (also reviewed in Krendel and Mooseker, 2005).

As noted in Chapter 13, the Rho-GAP activity of myosin IXb may play critical roles in the rapid, Rho-dependent remodeling of the cortical cytoskeleton that accompanies and is required for cellular movements. , 1996). 3. Endocytosis There is considerable evidence for the involvement of several classes of myosins in the three primary modes of endocytic uptake of extracellular “fluid phase” and ligands: clathrin-mediated endocytosis, macropinocytosis and phagocytosis. Moreover, it is likely that multiple myosins act in concert to effect formation and trafficking of endocytic vesicles.

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