Torque and rotation rate of the bacterial flagellar motor.

@article{Luger1988TorqueAR,
  title={Torque and rotation rate of the bacterial flagellar motor.},
  author={P. L{\"a}uger},
  journal={Biophysical journal},
  year={1988},
  volume={53 1},
  pages={53-65}
}
This paper describes an analysis of microscopic models for the coupling between ion flow and rotation of bacterial flagella. In model I it is assumed that intersecting half-channels exist on the rotor and the stator and that the driving ion is constrained to move together with the intersection site. Model II is based on the assumption that ion flow drives a cycle of conformational transitions in a channel-like stator subunit that are coupled to the motion of the rotor. Analysis of both… CONTINUE READING

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