Table 1. | Examining kinesin processivity within a general gating framework

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Examining kinesin processivity within a general gating framework

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Stanford University, United States; Pennsylvania State University, United States
Table 1.

Parameters from exponential fits to the run length data of Figure 3

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7554/eLife.07403.006

ConstructL0− (nm)*δL (nm)*L0+ (nm)*δL+ (nm)*
DmK-WT1120 ± 602.0 ± 0.187 ± 60.27 ± 0.03
DmK-1AA360 ± 301.6 ± 0.1120 ± 70.48 ± 0.02
DmK-2AA410 ± 601.8 ± 0.2115 ± 170.42 ± 0.05
DmK-3AA320 ± 201.6 ± 0.176 ± 40.31 ± 0.02
DmK-5AA440 ± 602.4 ± 0.248 ± 140.35 ± 0.14
DmK-6AA270 ± 301.9 ± 0.159 ± 80.27 ± 0.10
  • L0−, unloaded run length for hindering loads (−6 to 0 pN); δL, distance parameter for hindering loads (−6 to 0 pN); L0+, unloaded run length for assisting loads (+2 to +20 pN); δL+, distance parameter for assisting loads (+2 to +20 pN).

  • Parameter values correspond to mean ± SE.

  • Values from Milic et al. (2014).