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Author: Steinert, P & D. Roop
Title: Molecular and Cellular Biology of Intermediate Filaments
Publication: Annual Review of Biochemistry, 57, pp. 593-625
Date: 1988
Intermediate filaments, described in Volume 2, possess a physical and chemical structure that could permit them to participate in some way in complex cognitive processes such as learning and storing information. This reference describes the electrochemical properties of intermediate filaments; it does not cover anything related to cybernetics or cognition.
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