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Bacterial chemosensory arrays have served as a model system for in-situ structure determination, clearly cataloguing the improvement of cryo-electron tomography (cryoET) over the past decade. In recent years, this has culminated in an accurately fitted atomistic model for the full-length core signalling unit (CSU) and numerous insights into the function of the transmembrane receptors responsible for signal transduction. Here, we review the achievements of the latest structural advances in bacterial chemosensory arrays and the developments which have made such advances possible.

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Current Opinion in Structural Biology

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