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F–actin

noun F–ac·tin \ˈef-ˌak-tən\

Definition of F-ACTIN

:  a fibrous actin polymerized in the form of a double helix that is produced in the presence of a metal cation (as of calcium) and ATP—compare g-actin
March 26, 2015
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A green deposit formed on some metals
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