he mission of the Motility and Cytoskeleton Subgroup is to understand the basic mechanisms that underlie motility and contractility of biological systems. These processes are ultimately the result of molecular motors or contractile filaments that convert chemical energy stored in ATP/GTP into mechanical energy that drives, for example, cell motility, cytokinesis and muscle contraction. The structure and function of the motor families myosin, kinesin and dynein and the cytoskeletal filaments F-actin and microtubules are frequent topics of the annual meetings of the subgroup. Areas of focus also include the regulatory proteins that control the activity of motors and the cytoskeleton,.
In order to join the Motility & Cytoskeleton Subgroup, you must be a member of the Society.
2018 Motility & Cytoskeleton Subgroup Symposium
Past Evening & Keynote Lecture Information
Motility and Cytoskeleton Subgroup Bylaws