Write the difference between Actin and Myosin

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##### Solution :-

 Actin Myosin Actin is a thin contractile protein Myosin is a thick contractile protein. It is present in the light bands and is called an I-band or isotropic band. It is present in the dark bands and is called an A-band or anisotropic band. It has a smooth surface. It has a rough surface It does not form cross-bridges. It forms cross-bridges. It consists of troponin and tropomyosin. It consists of meromyosin (myosin monomer).

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