Dunn Lab Department of Chemical Engineering, Stanford University

Above: Myosin V (yellow) transports cargo by walking along an actin filament (blue).

Hundreds of different protein-based motors participate in virtually every aspect of cell growth and reproduction.  Our goal is to understand how biological motors work and to apply that knowledge to the creation of new molecular motors, sensors, and switches.

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