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Filaments of the Bacterial Cytoskeleton

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Contrary to what was believed until 10 years ago, almost all bacteria contain proteins on the inside that form filaments and the filament-forming proteins are homologous to their eukaryotic counterparts in all non-bacterial cells.

The so-called bacterial cytoskeleton plays important roles in cell division, DNA segregation and cell shape determination and hence plays fundamental roles in their life cycle.

I will present an overview of the structure and function of the Bacterial Cytoskeleton.

This talk is part of the Darwin College Science Seminars series.

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