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Identification and characterization of N-glycosylation and structural genes involved in flagellation of methanogenic archaea from the genus Methanococcus
The archaeal flagellum is a unique motility structure. Although functionally similar to the bacterial flagellum, the archaeal flagellum shares more similarities to the bacterial type IV pilus. Using the methanogenic archaea ...
ELUCIDATION OF PROTEIN‐PROTEIN INTERACTIONS IN THE FLAGELLA STRUCTURE AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE GLYCOSYLATION STATE OF FLAGELLIN SUBUNITS OF THE METHANOGENIC ARCHAEON METHANOCOCCUS MARIPALUDIS.
The archaeal flagellum is a rotating prokaryotic motility apparatus used for swimming motility and adhesion; however, it is more closely related to the bacterial type IV pilus system than its bacterial namesake. Methanococcus ...
Identification of genes involved in biosynthesis of the archaellin N-linked glycan of the archaeon Methanococcus maripaludis
N-linked glycosylation is a post-translational protein modification that occurs in all three domains of life. Methanococcus maripaludis archaellin proteins are known to be glycosylated by a tetrasaccharide composed of ...