Inversion of a behavioral response in bacterial chemotaxis: explanation at the molecular level.

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Certain cheU mutants of Salmonella show inverted chemotactic behavior, being repelled by attractants and attracted by repellents. Such a dramatic change in behavioral pattern would seem at first glance to require drastic and complex alterations in the sensory processing system. In fact, the behavior can be explained by a simple shift in the level of a… (More)

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