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Bacteria Swim by Rotating their Flagellar Filaments
IT is widely agreed that bacteria swim by moving their flagella, but how this motion is generated remains obscure1,2. A flagellum has a helical filament, a proximal hook, and components at its base… Expand
Ethanol inhibition of transport of 5-hydroxyindoleacetic acid from cerebrospinal fluid
MUCH work has been directed at demonstrating the possible interaction of ethanol with levels of neurotransmitter amines or their metabolism in brain1,2. We have previously demonstrated an increase in… Expand