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At rest, do myosin heads have ADP & a phosphate group attached to them, or just ADP?
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At rest, do myosin heads have ADP & a phosphate group attached to them, or just ADP?
Looks like both, so ADP and a phosphate group P. That would make sense: both are formed to ATP at rest just in order to get the energy supplier the myosin heads need to move. ATP gets reduced to ADP and after a while a phosphate group binds to ADP again and the cycle begins at the scratch.
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