Assembly, Functions and Evolution of Archaella, Flagella and Cilia

Volume: 28, Issue: 6, Pages: R278 - R292
Published: Mar 1, 2018
Abstract
Cells from all three domains of life on Earth utilize motile macromolecular devices that protrude from the cell surface to generate forces that allow them to swim through fluid media. Research carried out on archaea during the past decade or so has led to the recognition that, despite their common function, the motility devices of the three domains display fundamental differences in their properties and ancestry, reflecting a striking example of...
Paper Details
Title
Assembly, Functions and Evolution of Archaella, Flagella and Cilia
Published Date
Mar 1, 2018
Volume
28
Issue
6
Pages
R278 - R292
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