His primary areas of investigation include Actin, Tropomyosin, Biophysics, Myosin and Biochemistry. He combines subjects such as Crystallography, Protein filament and Muscle contraction with his study of Actin. His Tropomyosin study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Contraction.
His Biophysics research incorporates themes from Protein structure, Calcium ATPase, Fimbrin and Skeletal muscle. William Lehman has included themes like Caldesmon and Filamentous actin in his Myosin study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Actin remodeling, Actin cytoskeleton, Calcium and Microfilament.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Actin, Tropomyosin, Biophysics, Myosin and Biochemistry. His work carried out in the field of Actin brings together such families of science as Caldesmon, Protein filament and Muscle contraction. His Tropomyosin research includes elements of Crystallography, Coiled coil, Mutant and Actin cytoskeleton.
His work in Biophysics tackles topics such as Actin-binding protein which are related to areas like Arp2/3 complex. The concepts of his Myosin study are interwoven with issues in Calcium and Myofibril. His Biochemistry study frequently links to other fields, such as Troponin C.
His primary scientific interests are in Tropomyosin, Actin, Biophysics, Myosin and Protein filament. His work in the fields of Tropomyosin, such as Myosin binding, overlaps with other areas such as Molecular dynamics. William Lehman usually deals with Myosin binding and limits it to topics linked to Myosin head and Motor protein, Myofibril and Skeletal muscle.
His specific area of interest is Actin, where William Lehman studies Striated muscle contraction. The Biophysics study combines topics in areas such as Biochemistry, Mutant and Muscle contraction. His study in the field of CrossBridge also crosses realms of Mechanism.
William Lehman mainly investigates Biophysics, Tropomyosin, Actin, Myosin and Protein filament. His Striated muscle contraction and Myofilament study, which is part of a larger body of work in Biophysics, is frequently linked to Diffusion and Electrostatic interaction, bridging the gap between disciplines. William Lehman has researched Tropomyosin in several fields, including Mutation, Coiled coil, Myosin head and Actin cytoskeleton.
His Actin cytoskeleton research includes themes of Myosin Subfragments, Myofibril and Anatomy, Skeletal muscle. His Actin research is classified as research in Biochemistry. His work deals with themes such as Muscle relaxation, Calcium metabolism and Motility, which intersect with Mutant.
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Steric-model for activation of muscle thin filaments
Peter Vibert;Roger Craig;William Lehman.
Journal of Molecular Biology (1997)
Regulation in molluscan muscles
John Kendrick-Jones;William Lehman;Andrew G. Szent-Györgyi.
Journal of Molecular Biology (1970)
Regulation of muscular contraction. Distribution of actin control and myosin control in the animal kingdom.
William Lehman;Andrew G. Szent-Gyorgyi.
The Journal of General Physiology (1975)
Ca 2+ -induced tropomyosin movement in Limulus thin filaments revealed by three-dimensional reconstruction
William Lehman;Roger Craig;Peter Vibert.
Structure of the F-actin–tropomyosin complex
Julian von der Ecken;Mirco Müller;William Lehman;Dietmar J. Manstein.
Tropomyosin and actin isoforms modulate the localization of tropomyosin strands on actin filaments.
William Lehman;Victoria Hatch;Vicci Korman;Michael Rosol.
Journal of Molecular Biology (2000)
Tropomyosin positions in regulated thin filaments revealed by cryoelectron microscopy.
C. Xu;R. Craig;L. Tobacman;R. Horowitz.
Biophysical Journal (1999)
Steric-blocking by tropomyosin visualized in relaxed vertebrate muscle thin filaments.
William Lehman;Peter Vibert;Pedro Uman;Roger Craig.
Journal of Molecular Biology (1995)
Structural basis for the regulation of muscle contraction by troponin and tropomyosin.
Agnieszka Galinska-Rakoczy;Patti Engel;Chen Xu;HyunSuk Jung.
Journal of Molecular Biology (2008)
Caldesmon is a Ca2+-regulatory component of native smooth-muscle thin filaments.
S B Marston;W Lehman.
Biochemical Journal (1985)
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