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Hermes Adelha et al. Human sperm uses asymmetric and anisotropic flagellar controls to regulate swimming symmetry and cell steering. Science Advances, 2020 DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aba5168
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  Human sperm uses asymmetric and anisotropic flagellar controls to regulate swimming symmetry and cell steering
  Flagellar waves are generated by thousands of asymmetric molecular components: yet, paradoxically, forward swimming arises via symmetric side-to-side flagellar movement. This led to the preponderance of symmetric flagellar control hypotheses. However, molecular asymmetries must still dictate the flagellum and be manifested in the beat.
 
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