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STRING protein interaction network
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splice isoforms or post-translational modifications are collapsed, i.e. each node represents all the proteins produced by a single, protein-coding gene locus.
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fliMFliM is one of three proteins (FliG, FliN, FliM) that forms the rotor-mounted switch complex (C ring), located at the base of the basal body. This complex interacts with the CheY and CheZ chemotaxis proteins, in addition to contacting components of the motor that determine the direction of flagellar rotation (By similarity) (323 aa)    
Predicted Functional Partners:
cheY
Two-component system, chemotaxis family, chemotaxis protein chey; Involved in the transmission of sensory signals from the chemoreceptors to the flagellar motors. CheY is likely to be involved in changing the direction of flagellar rotation
 
 
 0.999
fliN
FliN is one of three proteins (FliG, FliN, FliM) that form the rotor-mounted switch complex (C ring), located at the base of the basal body. This complex interacts with the CheY and CheZ chemotaxis proteins, in addition to contacting components of the motor that determine the direction of flagellar rotation (By similarity)
 0.999
FliL
Flagellar basal body-associated flil family protein; Controls the rotational direction of flagella during chemotaxis
 
 
 0.999
fliG
FliG is one of three proteins (FliG, FliN, FliM) that forms the rotor-mounted switch complex (C ring), located at the base of the basal body. This complex interacts with the CheY and CheZ chemotaxis proteins, in addition to contacting components of the motor that determine the direction of flagellar rotation (By similarity)
 
 0.999
fliF
Flagellar m-ring protein flif; The M ring may be actively involved in energy transduction
 
 
 0.999
flhB
Flagellar biosynthetic protein flhb; Required for formation of the rod structure in the basal body of the flagellar apparatus. Together with FliI and FliH, may constitute the export apparatus of flagellin
 
  
 0.998
fliP
Flagellar biosynthetic protein flip; Plays a role in the flagellum-specific transport system
  
 0.998
fliO
Flagellar biosynthetic protein flio; Involved in flagellar biosynthesis and adherence. May have a role in assisting the proper localization of the various flagellar components and in the localization and assembly of the adhesin on the bacterial surface
 
  
 0.998
flgJ
Flagellar rod assembly protein/muramidase flgj; Flagellum-specific muramidase which hydrolyzes the peptidoglycan layer to assemble the rod structure in the periplasmic space
 
 
 0.998
flgE
flgEFG_subfam: flagellar hook-basal body family protein
 
  
 0.998
Your Current Organism:
Pseudomonas aeruginosa
NCBI taxonomy Id: 287
Other names: ATCC 10145, ATCC 10145-U, Bacillus aeruginosus, Bacillus pyocyaneus, Bacterium aeruginosum, Bacterium pyocyaneum, CCEB 481, CCUG 28447, CCUG 29297, CCUG 551, CFBP 2466, CIP 100720, DSM 50071, IBCS 277, IFO 12689, JCM 5962, Micrococcus pyocyaneus, NBRC 12689, NCCB 76039, NCIB 8295, NCIMB 8295, NCTC 10332, NRRL B-771, P. aeruginosa, Pseudomonas polycolor, Pseudomonas pyocyanea, Pseudomonas sp. RV3, RH 815, VKM B-588, bacterium ASFP-37, bacterium ASFP-38, bacterium ASFP-45, bacterium ASFP-46, bacterium ASFP-48
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