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Multicellular organisms assemble cilia and flagella of precise lengths differing from one cell to another, yet little is known about the mechanisms governing these differences. Similarly, protists assemble flagella of different lengths according to the stage of their life cycle. This is the case of Trypanosoma brucei that assembles flagella of 3 to 30 microns during its development in the tsetse fly. It provides an opportunity to examine how cells naturally modulate organelle length. Flagelladoi:10.1101/2020.05.14.095216 fatcat:3ggzznkgkfamniiwwiofuyevwi