Novel Components of the Flagellar System in Epsilonproteobacteria

  title={Novel Components of the Flagellar System in Epsilonproteobacteria},
  author={B. Gao and M. Lara-Tejero and M. Lefebre and A. Goodman and J. Gal{\'a}n},
  • B. Gao, M. Lara-Tejero, +2 authors J. Galán
  • Published 2014
  • Biology, Medicine
  • mBio
  • ABSTRACT Motility is essential for the pathogenesis of many bacterial species. Most bacteria move using flagella, which are multiprotein filaments that rotate propelled by a cell wall-anchored motor using chemical energy. Although some components of the flagellar apparatus are common to many bacterial species, recent studies have shown significant differences in the flagellar structures of different bacterial species. The molecular bases for these differences, however, are not understood. The… CONTINUE READING
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