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fliG  -  flagellar motor switch protein FliG

Agrobacterium fabrum str. C58

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Disease relevance of fliG


High impact information on fliG

  • Two transposon insertions in fliG result in a non-flagellate phenotype, indicating that this gene at least is required for flagellar assembly [2].
  • Studies of the fliG-gfp fusion gene indicated that the promoter activity of the fliG gene was higher in liquid than in solid media [1].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of fliG


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