A hitchhiker's guide through advances and conceptual changes in chemotaxis.

@article{Eisenbach2007AHG,
  title={A hitchhiker's guide through advances and conceptual changes in chemotaxis.},
  author={Michael Eisenbach},
  journal={Journal of cellular physiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={213 3},
  pages={574-80}
}
Chemotaxis is a basic recognition process, governed by protein network that translates molecular-based information on the surrounding environment into a guided motional response of the recipient cell or organism. This process is prevalent from bacteria to human beings. Some of the chemotaxis systems--like that of the bacterium Escherichia coli--are well established; others--like that of mammalian sperm cells--are at their relatively early stages of research. In contrast to mammalian sperm… CONTINUE READING

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