Jose Munoz-Dorado

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AIMS To search for and study the genes involved in the regulation of phosphate in the soil developmental bacterium Myxococcus xanthus. METHODS AND RESULTS The mlpB gene encoding a 149 residue polypeptide was identified while screening for genes with products related to phosphate metabolism. The amino terminal 19 residues of MlpB encode a typical(More)
A soil bacterium able to undergo multicellular development and a coordinated gliding in swarms, requires an accurate regulatory network of phosphorelay proteins. Inorganic phosphate is a limiting nutrient in soil and its importance in regulation is critical. As a step towards studying phosphate regulation and its influence in the developmental process in(More)
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