Campylobacter jejuni motility integrates specialized cell shape, flagellar filament, and motor, to coordinate action of its opposed flagella in viscous media

Eli Cohen, Daisuke Nakane, and co-workers

PLOS Pathogens (accepted) (2020)

Eli made an unexpected discovery that Campylobacter wraps its filament around its cell body, and that a right handed cell body–of opposite handedness to the left handed flagellar filament–is necessary for effective flagellar unwrapping upon cell reversal.

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