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Members of the kinesin superfamily and cytoplasmic dynein are the key motors in the axonal traffic machinery. Motor proteins from the myosin superfamily also play some role in axonal transport; however this movement is thought to be short range, such as the dispersal of cargo to the cell periphery. In axons, microtubules are oriented with plus ends (fast growing) directed toward the periphery and minus ends (slow growing) toward the cell body. Conventional kinesin is an anterograde axonal transporter that supplies new material to the axon and the presynaptic terminal.
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