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Amongst the earliest eukaryotes, trypanosomes have developed conventional organelles but sometimes with extreme features rarely seen in other organisms. This is the case of the flagellum, containing conventional and unique structures whose role in infectivity is still enigmatic.

Type

Journal article

Journal

Microbes Infect

Publication Date

12/2000

Volume

2

Pages

1865 - 1874

Keywords

Animals, Flagella, Humans, Trypanosoma, Trypanosomiasis