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One-of-the-Nine-Doublet-Microtubules-of-Eukaryotic-Flagella-Exhibits-Unique-and-Partially-Conserved-pone.0046494.s006


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Summary[edit] DescriptionAPI English: Comparison of the 3D structure of DMT1 to that of the other DMTs in the distal three quarters of the Chlamydomonas flagellum. An animated 3D visualization of isosurface renderings shows that the DMT1 structure is distinct from that of the other DMTs. The i-SUB5-6 structure (orange), which connects to the neighboring doublet, and the lack of certain dyneins (e.g., ODAs) are unique features of DMT1. Date 2012 Source Movie S3 from Lin J, Heuser T, Song K, Fu X, Nicastro D (2012). "One of the Nine Doublet Microtubules of Eukaryotic Flagella Exhibits Unique and Partially Conserved Structures". PLOS ONE. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0046494. PMID 23071579. PMC: 3468612. Author Lin J, Heuser T, Song K, Fu X, Nicastro D Permission
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