The residue phosphorylated by PKGIα is a serine at position 695 (S695) which is right next to the threonine phosphorylated by ROCK1. In the insect the study of the ATP-actomyosin was initiated by Gilmour and Calaby (1953a) using locust muscle and extended by myself and my colleagues (Maruyama, 1954a,b; 1957a,b; 1958, 1959a; 1966; Maruyama and Allen, 1967; Maruyama et al., 1968; Kominz et al., 1962; Tsukamoto et al., 1966) in a number of species. The reason for this popularity is twofold. The composite of the perimysium and its contents is known as a fasciculus. The opening of these Na+ channels is the result of voltage-mediated opening of an extracellular activation gate in the channel. Kelley and colleagues [119] showed in obese patients that muscle lipid infiltration, as assessed by CT scans measured at the midthigh was a better predictor of insulin resistance than was visceral adiposity or subcutaneous fat. Muscle weakness is a sign of po­tassium deficiency. Early exposure to a temperature of about 10 °C causes the release of Ca2+ ions, which stimulate contraction in slack muscles like LD. Excitation induces local depolarization of the sarcolemma (plasma membrane) and the activation of voltage-gated calcium channels allowing Ca2+ ion to enter the skeletal or cardiac muscle cell. The KCNH2 gene is also known as hERG for human Ether-a-go-go Related Gene. In addition to these phenomena, muscle lipid infiltration is also associated with aging, and this is considered to be a causative factor in the age-related loss of muscle mass and strength, known as sarcopenia [40]. The entire time frame of sarcolemma depolarization and repolarization, constituting the skeletal muscle action potential, is on the order of 3 msec. It is argued that thermodynamic efficiency is the best measure of muscle efficiency and a comparison among muscles shows that overall efficiency of skeletal muscles varies between ~15% for mouse muscle to 35% for tortoise muscle. ), xPharm: The Comprehensive Pharmacology Reference, 3, 4 methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA), Biochemistry of Smooth Muscle Contraction, -regulatory complexes in the contractile apparatus of cross-striated muscle (see, e.g., Cold Spring Harbor Symp. As the disease progresses, the loss of muscle tissue is replaced fatty tissue and fibrotic tissue. Insect flight muscles consist of myofibrils, sarcosomes (mitochondria), sarcoplasmic reticulum, nuclei, and sarcoplasmic sap (see Smith, 1966). Joseph, in Encyclopedia of Food Sciences and Nutrition (Second Edition), 2003. Muscular tissue consists of 80% of water and 20% of dry part. There are four Dp427 mRNAs generated from the DMD gene. This channel is commonly referred to as Cav1.1. S.S. Killen, in Encyclopedia of Fish Physiology, 2011. The New Zealand lamb industry and the North American beef industry use ES, but it is not widely used elsewhere. Muscular tissue consists of 80% of water and 20% of dry part. The space between the terminal buttons (end bulbs) and the motor end plate is similar to the synaptic cleft that exists where the pre-synaptic and post-synaptic membranes of neurons are in close proximity. Activation of β2-adrenergic receptors leads to increased production of cAMP via activation of adenylate cyclase. During contraction and relaxation the distance between the Z discs varies, decreasing with contraction and increasing with relaxation. The α2- and the δ-subunits are derived from a single preproprotein that, following cleavage, forms an extracellular disulfide bonded glycoprotein dimer designated α2/δ. An alternative splice variant mRNA from the CACNA2D1 gene lacks the δ-subunit portion of the preproprotein. The TNNT2 gene is located on chromosome 1q32 and is composed of 18 exons that generate 7 alternatively spliced mRNAs that encode 6 different protein isoforms, several of which are tissue specific. This is cold shortening, and is confirmed by micrometry of the sarcomeres, units of the myofibrils. This onset of contractile activity involves the calcium-mediated activation of the troponin complex. The drug of abuse 3, 4 methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA), also known as “ecstasy”, triggers a malignant hyperthermia-like syndrome in susceptible swine Fiege et al (2003). If the heart is to function as the efficient blood pump it must, the generation of action potentials and subsequent myocardial contraction must be coordinated into a regular, repetitive, and organized process. The β2 receptors are prevalent in the smooth muscle cells of the bronchioles of the lungs and arteries of skeletal muscle. Type II fibers are further divided into type IIa and type IIb fibers. The most interesting question from the point of view of the mechanism of muscle contraction is the elucidation of the changes brought about in myosin by the interaction with ATP, whose hydrolysis furnishes the energy for contraction. This SR calcium pump is a member of a family of Ca2+-ATPases identified as Sarco/Endoplasmic Reticulum Ca2+–ATPases (SERCA). Inwardly rectifying potassium channels are members of the voltage-gated potassium subfamily J channels, of which there are 16 genes in humans identified as KCNJ1–KCNJ6, KCNJ8–KCNJ16, KCNJ18. And finally, … The C-terminal fragment is referred to as light meromyosin (LMM; molecular weight 125,000). These catalytic subunits associate with a variety of different regulatory subunits to control the substrate specificity of a given PP1C in different cell types and under different cellular conditions. 6 Chemical composition of skeletal muscles. The voltage-mediated processes involve the activation of plasma membrane voltage-gated calcium channels of the L-type (Cav1, similarly to the processes described above). The action potential that emerges from the AV node enters another specialized group of cells called the bundle of His. The biochemical characteristics that differentiate fast-reacting and slow-reacting cells in muscle tissue and the biochemical basis of some common pathophysiological states of muscle, including tetany, fatigue, and rigor mortis are reviewed as well. The AV node is localized to the junction between the atria and ventricles in the ventricular septum. demonstrated that the association between the intramuscular lipid content and insulin sensitivity in athletes was influenced by the oxidative capacity of skeletal muscle itself. From an energetic perspective, headfirst attacks are advantageous for two reasons. ATP binding to myosin is a very exergonic reaction, with the result that ATP displaces actin from the myosin head as indicated by the equation below. These depolarization activated K+ channels are termed outward rectifying due to the fact that the movement of K+ ions is from inside the cell to outside. The disease is inherited with a frequency of approximately 1 in 3,600. Butchers, and customers, may identify different cuts, but once the beef is off the bone and trimmed of fat it is difficult to distinguish lean beef from, for example, adults of different ages or from fast- and slow-cooled sides. Evidence is presented that the maximum possible cross-bridge efficiency (i.e., work/free energy change from ATP hydrolysis) is ~50% and that this can only be achieved at the cost of power output. The TNNC1 gene is located on chromosome 3p21.1 and is composed of 6 exons that encode a 161 amino acid protein. Closure of the Ca2+ channel results in reduced intracellular Ca2+ and thus, reduced levels of active MLCK (MYLK). In addition to being a large gene composed of numerous exons, the DMD gene contains at least eight independent and tissue-specific promoter elements as well as two different poly(A) addition sites. In heart muscle these proteins are organized into distinct bands, whereas, in VSM they are not. The significance of the trypsin site is that the susceptibility of myosins to protease action is thought to reflect an interruption in the otherwise rigid superhelix, allowing this site to act as one of a hinge point involved in converting the chemical energy of ATP hydrolysis into the mechanical events of contraction and relaxation. There are three different types of muscle found in animals, depending on their use. Andrea P. Rossi, ... Mauro Zamboni, in Nutrition in the Prevention and Treatment of Abdominal Obesity, 2014. The enzyme testing is complex and is available only in specialized laboratories. A possible relation between insulin resistance and muscle lipid infiltration was proposed by Falholt and colleagues for the first time in 1988 that measured a significantly higher triglyceride content within the rectus abdominis muscle of patients with T2DM compared to a healthy control group [117]. We use cookies to help provide and enhance our service and tailor content and ads. 8 Muscle Tissue:Classification of muscles. For example, high plasma K+ concentrations (hyperkalemia) depolarize cardiac cells, whereas hypokalemia hyperpolarizes these cells. In this chapter, the biochemical aspects of the structural proteins of myofibrils mainly of indirect flight muscle and their interaction with ATP will be described on the basis of the information available. van Laack* Morse B. Solomon Introduction The literature on water-holding contains many references to the term “water-holding capacity.” Water-holding capacity (WHC) has been defined as the ability of meat to retain its own water despite the application of force. Binding of norepinephrine or epinephrine to adrenergic receptors on the VSM cell or to receptors on the endothelial cells adjacent to the VSM results in contraction. The lack of these fast voltage-gated Na+ channels in nodal cells explains the slow depolarization seen in phase 0 of the action potential. Both of these receptor-mediated activities allow for an enhanced response to stress such as is typical of the fight-or-flight response. With Becker muscular dystrophy the mutations result in some functional dystrophin protein ranging from 10%–40% of normal. Smooth muscle relaxation is effected via activation of β2-adrenergic receptors which are coupled to Gs-type G-proteins. The M1, M3, and M5 muscarinic receptors are coupled to the Gq type G-proteins that activate PLCβ. The single Dp40 mRNA uses exons 63-70. Because of its high water content, muscle is actually denser than bone. The particular neurotransmitter in use at the neuromuscular junction is acetylcholine, ACh. All cardiomyocytes contain L-type Ca2+ channels with the Cav1.2 channel being the most abundant form in cardiomyocytes. Brief mention of CD will also be made in the context of properties that distinguish it from CP; a more detailed treatment of CD is found in Marston and Huber, Chapter 6 (this volume). Calcium-calmodulin (CaCM) activates myosin light chain kinase (MLCK; MYLK) which then phosphorylates myosin light chains. Normal cardiac conductance, from the atria to the ventricles, can only occur through the AV node. Additionally, mitochondrial enzymes that are not encoded by mtDNA, such as citrate synthase or SDH, can be increased, indicating mitochondrial proliferation. Biopsies have shown that depleted muscle glycogen is not replaced in life for several days after the stress insult. The TNNT3 gene is located on chromosome 11p15.5 and is composed of 21 exons that generate 5 alternatively spliced mRNAs. The latter include other nucleoside triphosphates (NTPs), creatine phosphate (CP), and ADP, as illustrated in the three equations below. Biochemistry of connective tissue (muscle) This video is unavailable. The resultant inhibition of cAMP production due to the inhibition of adenylate cyclase also leads to increased MLCK (MYLK) activity. Lower temperatures reduce tenderness pro rata. Regulation of the interaction between PP1Cβ and MYPT1 is the best understood of all the myosin targeting proteins. This change in muscle biochemistry probably helps prepare these predators for the increased anaerobic performance required for pursuing larger fish. Spectra of solutions containing S-1 labeled myosin, 14 mg/ml, 0.4 M KCl and 0.04 M Tris, pH 7.5 were recorded at room temperature. The CAPZB encoded protein was at one time called β-actinin. The ACTG1 and ACTG2 genes encode the γ-actins. A single myofibril is composed of many short structural units, known as sarcomeres, which are arranged end to end. The correlation times characteristic of the motion of subfragment-1 obtained by the fluorescence technique and the saturation transfer ESR technique are in good agreement, viz. ES causes muscular contractions, depleting the glycogen and other energy reserves in muscles, so preventing the cold shortening of slack muscles like LD. These fascicles are surrounded by their own protective layer, the perimysium. The energy of ATP hydrolysis is used to drive myosin from a low-energy conformational state (M) to the high-energy state, as depicted in the following equation: When an action potential reaches the T-tubule system, the associated sarcoplasmic reticulum (SR) is stimulated to release stored calcium (Ca2+). II. The result is that many muscle fibers can be innervated by a single neuron instead of each fiber having to be dependent upon an individual neuron for contractile activation. MUSCLE BIOCHEMISTRY Biochemistry of Lean Muscle Tissue as Related to Water-Holding Capacity Riette L.J.M. Such lipid infiltration may lead to changes in contractility, muscle fiber recruitment, and muscle metabolism. The relative price of sides and cuts depends chiefly on expected tenderness. Activation of nAChR in the motor end plate results in an increase in Na+ and K+ conductance. This results in continual activation of action potentials from this location before any other cardiac tissue can generate its own action potential. connective tissues penetrate theinterior ofthe muscle from thisepimysium, separatinggroupsoffibers into bundles. An appreciation of these differences stems from the observation that although smooth muscle lacks the troponin complex, its contractile activity is still regulated by cytoplasmic calcium levels. Fillet is always consistently tender because it is low in collagen, it is stretched giving minimal thick–thin filament overlap and, being inside the rib cage under kidney fat, cools slowly. At a certain point in the propagation of nodal pacemaker action potentials the cells experience a brief period of hyperpolarization (increase in negative membrane potential) that is associated with a small inward depolarizing Na+ current. Although it might seem counterintuitive for this pathway to be activated under conditions where VSM relaxation is being triggered, the increased cAMP levels induced by VSM β2 receptor activation result in inhibition of MLCK (MYLK), thereby reducing myosin light chain phosphorylation. Now, more than 20 years later, we have a clearer picture of the targets of Ca2+ action on the thin and the thick filaments of smooth muscle, but for a number of reasons agreement is still lacking about how proteins associated with the actin-containing thin filaments may influence the contractile activity of this muscle type in vivo. Expression of TPM1 predominates in striated muscle and as such constitutes the major α-tropomyosin protein in this tissue. Juvenile Atlantic salmon in streams are less willing to travel across prevailing currents to intercept drifting prey at increased flow velocities. A 140-kg side of average fatness will achieve 7 °C in the center hip, in about 32 h under air of 0 °C at 1 m s−1, but this rate could cause cold toughening in the striploin (longissimus dorsi, LD), so a slower chilling may be required. Draft 1 1 SUBCELLULAR FRACTIONATION OF FROZEN SKELETAL MUSCLE 2 SAMPLES 3 Pedro Rafael Firmino Dias 1, Paulo Guimarães Gandra1, René Brenzikofer 2, 4 Denise Vaz Macedo 1* 5 1 Department of Biochemistry and Tissue Biology, Institute of Biology, University 6 of Campinas, Campinas, Brazil 7 2 School of Physical Education, University of Campinas, Campinas, Brazil Activation of the SR membrane leads to the release, into the sarcoplasm (cytoplasm of muscle cells), of stored Ca2+ through the opening of Ca2+ release channels. Although each of these receptor-mediated VSM contraction processes are different, they converge at the point of increased intracellular calcium concentration. Once released, ACh binds to nicotinic ACh receptors (nAChR) on the post-synaptic membrane, which in the case of the neuromuscular junction, is the motor end plate membrane of the muscle cell. In addition, several Chondrichthyan species (e.g., sawfish Pristis sp. Norepinephrine also activates α2 receptors which are Gi coupled receptors. The major intracellular protein is the large dystrophin protein. Consumers react against the darker appearance compared to the customary bright cherry-red due to oxymyoglobin at pH 5.4–5.6; the higher pH facilitates microbial spoilage. The calcium release channels are also known as the ryanodine receptors (RYR) due to the fact that they were originally identified by their high affinity for the plant alkaloid ryanodine. Initial symptoms include calf muscle enlargement followed by the same fatty tissue and fibrotic tissue deposition as in DMD. Thin filaments are composed of many subunits of the globular protein G-actin (G for globular: 42 kD) and several accessory proteins. The translation of contractile activity of individual muscle fibers to anatomical motion take place through this continuous system of connective tissues and sheaths, which ultimately meld into the tendons. These latter interactions are discussed in the section above. Lipid accumulation in human skeletal muscle was described for the first time in 1976 by Dagenais et al. The plateau phase is physiologically significant because it allows for a single cardiac contraction event to be completed prior to the initiation of a second action potential. Ventricular and atrial cardiomyocytes, as well as those of Purkinje fibers, exhibit fast response action potentials. Solubilized myosin molecules are long thin (fibrous) proteins with a molecular weight of about 500,000 daltons. Humans express 15 functional myosin heavy chain genes identified as MYH1, MYH2, MYH3, MYH4, MYH6, MYH7, MYH7B, MYH8, MYH9, MYH10, MYH11, MYH13, MYH14, and MYH15. It is now fairly well documented that the metabolic costs associated with recovery are fueled by fat oxidation. The complex serves both a mechanical stabilizing and a signaling role in these various cell types. At these locations the skeletal muscle membrane is thickened and is referred to as the motor end plate. In the case of muscle, this results in cisternal and extracellular calcium leaking into the sarcoplasm, raising calcium concentrations to high levels. I shall restrict my own contribution to the discussion of some work of my colleagues and myself that deals with changes that occur in the myosin molecule on interaction with ATP, with the internal flexibility in myosin, and with some aspects of the movement of tropomyosin in the thin filaments which in turn is involved in the regulation of contraction (see papers by Ebashi and by Weber, this volume). Voltage-gated Na+ channels are composed of a large pore-forming α-subunit and a small accessory β-subunit that modulates activity of the α-subunits. Normally, cessation of contractile activity and a state of relaxation follow electrical quiescence at the neuromuscular junction. Alterations in smooth muscle cytosolic calcium levels occur via both voltage-dependent activation processes and by receptor-mediated processes. So far we have not been able to utilize the technique discussed above for investigating the effect of ATP on myosin-head motion, because with the labels used ATP produces another type of change in myosin which could be described as an internal or conformational one. These T-tubule Ca2+ channels are members of the L-type Ca2+ channels and they are also known as dihydropyridine receptors (DHPR) due to the fact that they were identified through inhibition by dihydropyridine. A coherent explanation of beef tenderness is awaited; the synergy of temperature, pH, and Ca2+ concentration in controlling enzyme activity and shortening is complex, as is the interaction of connective tissue, myofibrils, and cooking. The principal receptor-mediated activation of smooth muscle contractile activity occurs in response to α1-adrenergic receptor activation. Cardiomyocyte action potentials are characterized as either fast or slow. A contractile cycle is also commonly referred to as the cross-bridge cycle. Efficiency quantifies the fraction of the energy consumed that appears as work. Fascia is a term for a layer or sheet of connective tissue. The muscular dystrophies represent a group of nine characterized disorders, all of which are associated with some level of loss of muscle function along with atrophy of muscle tissue. Mechanical contraction refers to the passive stretching of VSM from the cell itself and is therefore termed a myogenic response. Proteins of muscles are divided into myofibrilar, sarcoplasmic, stroma’s and nucleoproteins. HCN channels transport both Na+ and K+ ions. Both of these pathophysiological conditions can adversely affect cardiac function. These four subunits are identified as PP1Cα (encoded by the PPP1CA gene), PP1Cβ (encoded by the PPP1CB gene), PP1Cγ1 and PP1Cγ2 (encoded by the PP1CC gene). These ideas are described in considerable detail in various contributions in this volume. An aponeurosis is a flat broad extension of the three muscle linings and serves the same function as a tendon. Proteins of muscles are divided into myofibrilar, sarcoplasmic, stroma’s and nucleoproteins. Contraction and relaxation of smooth muscle is also discussed in the above section. It also performs four basic functions. Journal of Food Science 29: 615–628). In addition to interacting with proteins in the Z disc and M line, titin also interacts with several other proteins essentially serving as an adhesion template for the assembly of a functional contractile complex in muscle cells. Titin is the largest human protein and many tissue-specific isoforms are generated as a result of alternative mRNA splicing. Subsequent studies have confirmed significant association between insulin resistance and the accumulation of intracellular muscular adipose tissue, in both animal models and humans [118]. During the initial membrane depolarization event the Kir channels are closed. It has been hypothesized that the increased capacity of glucose transport in the skeletal muscle of trained subjects may facilitate the synthesis of intracellular triglycerides and at the same time increase the sensitivity to insulin. The human genome contains a large family of myosin protein encoding genes. In 2001, Goodpaster et al. There are a few species (e.g., pike, walleye Sander vitreus, and rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss) that preferentially attack prey at the tail or middle of the body, but even these fish usually rotate the prey to be swallowed headfirst. It has been demonstrated that the lipid infiltration of muscle is associated with negative effects on metabolism and function. The MYBPC1 gene is predominantly expressed in slow-twitch muscle, the MYBPC2 gene in fast-twitch muscle, and the MYBPC3 gene in cardiac muscle. A pair of linear F-actin arrays is helically wound to form the backbone structure of one complete thin filament. The catalytic activity of myosin phosphatase is a protein that is a member of the protein phosphatase 1 (PP1) family of phosphatases. The myosin light chain kinases are also regulated by Ca2+ binding to their calmodulin subunits. ACTC1 gene expression predominates in cardiac muscle. Within smooth muscle the primary β-subunits of the calcium channel are the β2 and β3 isoforms. The term funny current was imparted on the pacemaker current since the HCN channels responsible exhibit mixed Na+ and K+ permeability, they are activated by hyperpolarization, and they exhibit slow kinetics. While x-ray data have for some time indicated that the cross-bridges move, the in vitro demonstration of the internal flexibility of the myosin molecule has only been achieved recently. At these locations the skeletal muscle membrane is thickened and is referred to as the motor end plate. Copyright © 2021 Elsevier B.V. or its licensors or contributors. Calcium entry across the sarcolemma causes the initiating neural stimulus to spread the induced action potential of the muscle cell to the associated T-tubule (transverse tubule) system and deep into the interior of the myofiber. Phosphorylation of myosin light chains induces the formation of cross-bridges between the myosin heads and the actin filaments leading to smooth muscle contraction. Figure 1. The α-subunit of the skeletal muscle DHPR is encoded by the CACNA1S gene. Mutations in the TNNI3 gene are associated with certain forms of inherited cardiomyopathy including familial hypertrophic cardiomyopathy type 7 (CMH7) and familial restrictive cardiomyopathy (RCM). The muscle weakness in BMD is very slowly progressing and many afflicted individuals can continue to walk, albeit with difficulties, well into adulthood. These designations are St (striated skeletal or cardiac muscle), Sm (smooth muscle), Br (brain), and Cy (other cytoplasmic). Sarcosomes and soluble sarcoplasm are the site of the ATP synthesis through intermediary metabolism (see this volume, Chapter 5) and the sarcoplasmic reticulum is concerned with the protein synthesis and the regulation of contraction and relaxation through the transfer of Ca2+. This disorder is commonly known as Amish nemaline myopathy, specifically called nemaline myopathy type 5. Decreasing tenderness with age is due to increasing collagen molecular cross-linking. Symptoms of DMD usually begin to appear within the first 6-months of life but can also be seen at birth in some afflicted infants. Skeletal muscle cell structure in detail, internal membrane systems, e.g. The same intermediate complex, also identified by its increased fluorescence in unlabeled myosin (Werber et al., 1972; Bagshaw et al., 1974) is presumably the one which is then able to interact with actin. In skeletal and cardiac muscle, accessory proteins of the thin filament physically regulate the availability of this site for binding myosin. Myofibril structure, sarcomere structure in detail. Heavy chains contain a long linear C-terminal α-helical domain (1,300 amino acids) and a prominent globular N-terminal domain of about 800 amino acids. Under these conditions, mitochondria will preferentially pump calcium into the mitochondrial matrix, ultimately removing calcium bound to TnC, obscuring myosin binding sites on thin filaments, and, allowing the muscle to assume a flaccid state. The TNNT1 gene is expressed in slow-twitch skeletal muscle fibers. These different classifications are identified as Dp470, Dp260, Dp140, Dp116, Dp71, and Dp40. In addition, activated PKA phosphorylates a plasma membrane localized inwardly rectifying potassium channel (Kir) in VSM resulting in hyperpolarization of the cell preventing the Ca2+ influx that is required for contraction. The latter events, summarized in the following two equations, comprise the power stroke of the contractile cycle. The particular transmitter in use at the neuromuscular junction is acetylcholine, ACh. This specific tropomyosin protein is derived from an mRNA generated from the TPM1 gene that contains exons 1a-2b-3-4-5-6b-7-8-9a. Copyright © 1996-2020 themedicalbiochemistrypage, LLC, Enzyme Kinetics and Diagnostic Uses of Enzymes, Abbreviations Used in The Medical Biochemistry Page, Glossary of Terms used in The Medical Biochemistry Page, References Used in The Medical Biochemistry Page, Table of Muscle Protein and Muscle Structures. These four genes are identified as CACNA1S (forms the core of the Cav1.1 channel), CACNA1C (forms the core of the Cav1.2 channel), CACNA1D (forms the core of the Cav1.3 channel), and CACNA1F (forms the core of the Cav1.4 channel). The peripheral nerves that influence the function of skeletal muscle cells are referred to as motor neurons, specifically somatic alpha (α) and gamma (γ) motor neurons. An example of this unified nomenclature is TPM1.1st which was previously identified as α-tropomyosin and skeletal or cardiac tropomyosin. An action potential occurring at this site is known as neuromuscular transmission. Organic compounds are proteins and extractive substances. At the trypsin hinge point the heavy meromyosin angles sharply outward from the main axis of the thick filament. The intracellular biosynthesis of elastin by connective tissue cells, such as smooth muscle cells, involves assembly of the polypeptide chains on the membrane-bound ribosomes, hydroxylation of some prolyl residues to hydroxyproline, and secretion of the polypeptides packaged in Golgi vacuoles. Third, they contain, position, and regulate the movement of our internal organs — think peristalsis in our intestinal tract. 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