Emergence of flagellar beating from the collective behavior of individual ATP-powered dyneins

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Namdeo, S. ; Onck, P. R. (2016)

Flagella are hair-like projections from the surface of eukaryotic cells, and they play an important role in many cellular functions, such as cell-motility. The beating of flagella is enabled by their internal architecture, the axoneme, and is powered by a dense distribu... View more
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