In eukaryotes, the cytoskeletal matrix is a dynamic structur componed o three main proteins, which are capable o rapid assembly or disassembly dependent on the cell's requirements.[1]

The eukaryotic cytoskeleton. Actin filaments are shawn in reid, microtubules are in the intracellular matrix that supports cell shape an function.


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