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How microscopic bacterial motors rebuild themselves

IMAGE: ESCHERICHIA COLI CELLS USE LONG, THIN STRUCTURES CALLED FLAGELLA TO PROPEL THEMSELVES. (MEDIA FOR MEDICAL/UIG VIA GETTY IMAGES)

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How microscopic bacterial motors rebuild themselves

Wednesday 31st August 2016 10:59 am

DR KARL: Bacteria rotate their flagellum counter-clockwise, but unlike the motors that humans make, these dynamic microscopic molecular machines are constantly being rebuilt and reconfigured on the run.

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