Involvement of FlhG, FlhB and their interaction partners in the regulation of flagellation in the monotrichous bacterium Shewanella putrefaciens
Bacteria rely on different motility mechanisms to explore their surroundings and interact with them. Key forms of motility, swimming and swarming, are dependent on a complex macromolecular system called the flagellum, which functions as a rotating molecular motor. This structure is highly relevant f...
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6 (2022), 40 (2021)
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