Biological molecular motors provide most cells with the dynamic systems required for their day-to-day existence. Examples occur in even the simplest organism (e.g. a bacteria virus), and the range of tasks that they carry out is vast. Over the last few years, there has been a large increase in the study of these motors, and it is becoming apparent

chapter 1|6 pages

Mode of Activity of Molecular Motors

chapter 2|14 pages

Chemical Motors

chapter 5|14 pages

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