Authors: Herbert Weidner
The C-ring of a motor contains either 34 or 44 copies of FliM but only about 26 copies of FliG. In addition, the amount of FliMs is influenced both by the direction of rotation and by the number of CheY-P signal molecules in the cytoplasm. The rotationally symmetrical model described here combines all known properties.
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