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Alternatively, the presence of caldesmon and tropomyosin adjacent to the strong binding sites for myosin may interfere with myosin binding, or caldesmon may affect the structure of actin in a way that interferes with myosin binding (Lehman et al 1997). Caldesmon also binds to smooth muscle myosin in vitro at a ratio of binding of 2-3 caldesmon molecules per myosin molecule, although a stoichiometry of 1:1 in the presence of ATP has been reported (Ikebe and Reardon 1988, Marston and Redwood 1992, Hemric and Chalovich 1990, Marston and Huber 1996).
For simplicity, only one myosin head per monomer is shown. A bare zone is observed at the center of the bi-polar filament, and at each end of the side-polar filament must reverse polarity at the center of the filament, resulting in a central bare zone. In vitro, the assembly of smooth muscle myosin monomers results preferentially in side-polar filaments, in which all myosin heads have the same polarity along one edge of the filament, and the opposite polarity on the other edge, with bare zones at each filament end (Craig and Megerman 1977, Trybus and Lowey 1987, Cross et al 1991, Hinssen et al 1978).
4 Structure of myosinfilaments in vivo Largely because of the lability of filamentous myosin (Suzuki et al 1978), controversy has surrounded the question of the three-dimensional arrangement of myosin molecules within myosin filaments in vivo. Some early ultrastructural data suggested a bipolar symmetry and a helical arrangement of myosin molecules along a rod-shaped filament, similar to the organization of myosin filaments found in skeletal muscle (Ashton et al 1975, Shoenberg and Stewart 1980).