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Lectures: Molecular machines

Molecular Machines 1: The molecular mechanism of muscle

Explaining the processes in a living cell.

Molecular Machines 2: Modelling a molecular machine

How to model a molecular machine

Molecular Machines 3: Single-molecule methods

A description of techniques.

Molecular Machines 4: Cellular machinery

The use of microtubules to support cell function.

Molecular Machines 5: Cell division

The process of mitosis in cells.