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In biology, a filament is a "long chain of proteins, such as those found in hair, muscle, or in flagella". They are often bundled together for strength and rigidity. Some cellular examples include:
Filaments are also highly dynamic in nature and far from a static structure that acts as a stable "scaffold" for a cell.
Some phenomena that profile a protein filaments' dynamics are: