A Critical Region in the FlaA Flagellin Facilitates Filament Formation of the Vibrio cholerae Flagellum.

@article{Echazarreta2018ACR,
  title={A Critical Region in the FlaA Flagellin Facilitates Filament Formation of the Vibrio cholerae Flagellum.},
  author={Mylea A Echazarreta and Johnathan L Kepple and Li-Hua Yen and Yue Chen and Karl Klose},
  journal={Journal of bacteriology},
  year={2018},
  volume={200 15}
}
Vibrio cholerae is a Gram-negative bacterium with a monotrichous flagellum that causes the human disease cholera. Flagellum-mediated motility is an integral part of the bacterial life cycle inside the host and in the aquatic environment. The V. cholerae flagellar filament is composed of five flagellin subunits (FlaA, FlaB, FlaC, FlaD, and FlaE); however… CONTINUE READING