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Archaeal flagellin combines a bacterial type IV pilin domain with an Ig-like domain

Braun, Tatjana ; Vos, Matthijn R. ; Kalisman, Nir ; Sherman, Nicholas E. ; Rachel, Reinhard ; Wirth, Reinhard ; Schröder, Gunnar F. ; Egelman, Edward H.


The bacterial flagellar apparatus, which involves similar to 40 different proteins, has been a model system for understanding motility and chemotaxis. The bacterial flagellar filament, largely composed of a single protein, flagellin, has been a model for understanding protein assembly. This system has no homology to the eukaryotic flagellum, in which the filament alone, composed of a ...


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