Jérôme Gury

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Lactobacillus plantarum displays a substrate-inducible padA gene encoding a phenolic acid decarboxylase enzyme (PadA) that is considered a specific chemical stress response to the inducing substrate.(More)
In Lactobacillus plantarum, PadR, the negative transcriptional regulator of padA encoding the phenolic acid decarboxylase, is divergently oriented from padA. Moreover, it forms an operonic structure(More)
The phenolic acid decarboxylase gene padA is involved in the phenolic acid stress response (PASR) in gram-positive bacteria. In Lactobacillus plantarum, the padR gene encodes the negative(More)