Dilated Cardiomyopathy Essay

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Dilated cardiomyopathy was first time registered in Heart Muscle Disease Registry in Trieste in 1978 and about 747 patients with DCM enlisted up to 2007 by Aleksova (2009). The systolic ventricular function is impaired is registered in British heart journal (1980). Merlo (2007) described that DCM is a group of different diseases. dilated cardiomyopathy is described as a progressive ventricular wall thinning and dilatation.

2.2 Proteins involved in Contractile machinery out of India.
2.2.1 Actin Actin was first observed experimentally by Halliburton (1887), who extracted a protein from muscle that 'coagulated' preparations of myosin that he called "myosin-ferment". Straub (1942) developed a novel technique for extracting muscle protein that allowed to isolate substantial amounts of relatively pure actin. This protein existed in two forms: globular actin (G-actin) that was stable in the absence of salt, and in the presence of ions it polymerized to form fibrous actin (F-actin) is explained by Straub (1943). Actin became well known as a supplement to the Acta Physiologica Scandinavica , when the paper was published by Szent-Gyorgyi (1945). Then Straub and Feuer (1950) found that G-actin have ATP as a functional group for polymerization. Hayashi and Rosenbluth (1960) suggest that
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Actin contains bound ATP is described by Straub and Feuer (1989); during polymerization to microfilaments, the nucleotide is hydrolyzed to ADP. Straub suggested that the transformation of ATP-bound actin to ADP-bound actin played a role in muscular contraction. The crystal structure of G-actin was solved by Kabsch and colleagues (1990). In the same year, a model for F-actin was proposed by Holmes and colleagues following experiments using co-crystallization with different proteins. In 2001 more clear structure was illustrated by
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