These findings will aid understanding of the mechanism underlying energy conversion during bacterial movement.
The three-dimensional structure of a complex of Mot A and the flagellar motor structure in a bacterial cell.
Some of the archaeal organisms as well as some of the bacterial models suitable for studying molecular aspects pertinent to human mutant chaperones are discussed here, focusing on CCT.
Although sexual reproduction maintains the populations of all the genetic lineages, Seriatopora-A and Seriatopora-C had lower genetic diversity than Seriatopora-B.
Such research should lead to the clarification of the molecular mechanisms underlying the pathologic lesions observed in the tissues and organs of patients with chaperonopathies.
Information on these key issues is necessary to make progress in diagnosis and treatment.
Nevertheless, they are among the toughest biological materials, serving as a wide variety of interesting functions, e.g.
scales to armor body, horns to combat aggressors, hagfish slime as defense against predators, nails and claws to increase prehension, hair and fur to protect against the environment.
The flows of ions are converted into a rotational force by the interaction between the stator and the rotor.