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Structure and in situ organisation of the Pyrococcus furiosus archaellum machinery

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Daum, Bertram ; Vonck, Janet ; Bellack, Annett ; Chaudhury, Paushali ; Reichelt, Robert Martin ; Albers, Sonja-Verena ; Rachel, Reinhard ; Kühlbrandt, Werner
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The archaellum is the macromolecular machinery that Archaea use for propulsion or surface adhesion, enabling them to proliferate and invade new territories. The molecular composition of the archaellum and of the motor that drives it appears to be entirely distinct from that of the functionally equivalent bacterial flagellum and flagellar motor. Yet, the structure of the archaellum machinery is ...


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