Jaime E. Castro

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  • Dilia E. Rangel, Nathaly Marín-Medina, Jaime E. Castro, Andrés González-Mancera, Manu Forero-Shelton
  • 2013
Type I pili are proteinaceous tethers that mediate bacterial adhesion of uropathogenic Escherichia coli to surfaces and are thought to help bacteria resist drag forces imparted by fluid flow via uncoiling of their quaternary structure. Uncoiling and recoiling have been observed in force spectroscopy experiments, but it is not clear if and how this process(More)
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