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The stator ring of the bacterial flagellar motor is composed of the MotA and MotB proteins that act together to generate a turning force (torque) acting on the FliG ring of the rotor. The C-terminal domain of MotB (MotB-C) is believed to anchor the MotA/MotB complex to peptidoglycan (PG) of the cell wall. The first crystal structures of MotB-C and its complex with N-acetylmuramic acid (NAM) have been determined to 1.6-and 2.3-Å resolution, respectively. MotB-C is a dimer, both in solution anddoi:10.1073/pnas.0803039105 pmid:18647830 pmcid:PMC2492448 fatcat:vgbbn6l2lvdktder2wndrxlt3u