Motion System

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Revision as of 05:19, 21 August 2009



>Motion System Graph



>Statistics


There are 460471 EST sequences in motion system.

   MotionSystem is composed of bone,bone union and Skeletal Muscle. It accounts for 
the 70 percent of all human body weight and plays the important pole in the support,
protection and motion.

Path:Human-->Motion System

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