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Mechanism and specificity of bacterial two-component signaling systems
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2010)
Bacterial two component signaling (TCS) systems are the predominant means by which bacteria sense and respond to external signals. These systems represent a large family of paralogous proteins; often hundreds of the histidine ...
Global characterization of the Pho regulon in Caulobacter crescentus
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2014)
Bacteria must sense and respond to their environment in order to survive and proliferate. Adapting to phosphate-limited conditions is particularly critical, as phosphate is a central component of many important biomolecules. ...