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- noun The chief protein component of bacterial flagella.
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- noun biochemistry The main
proteinin the flagellaof bacteria
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Here is FliC, aka flagellin, which is supposed to be just two homology links away from FliC in the Liu/Ochman Figure 3:
Here is FliC, aka flagellin, which is supposed to be just two homology links away from FliI in the Liu/Ochman Figure 3:
, much like flagellin which is the prototypic TLR5 agonist.
An example is flagellin, the main protein of the filament
Wren 2000 Mutational analysis of genes encoding the early flagellar components of Helicobacter pylori: evidence for transcriptional regulation of flagellin A biosynthesis.
Sometimes even come in a single bacterium in different flagellin Ely et al.
Kim 2002 Identification of Pseudomonas aeruginosa flagellin as an adhesin for Muc1 mucin.
Minnich 2000 A family of six flagellin genes contributes to the Caulobacter crescentus flagellar filament.
Or if one does not need to accept based on these data, that all rotary engines have diversified from an ancestor through evolution, because all show sequence similarity flagellin indicative of common ancestry homology.
This finding graded similarity applies not only to the flagellin, but for all motor proteins.