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Induction of proteins in response to low temperature in Escherichia coli.
When the growth temperature of an exponential culture of Escherichia coli is abruptly decreased from 37 to 10 degrees C, growth stops for several hours before a new rate of growth is established.Expand
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Differential induction of heat shock, SOS, and oxidation stress regulons and accumulation of nucleotides in Escherichia coli.
Heat and various inhibitory chemicals were tested in Escherichia coli for the ability to cause accumulation of adenylylated nucleotides and to induce proteins of the heat shock (htpR-controlled), theExpand
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Levels of major proteins of Escherichia coli during growth at different temperatures.
The adaptation of Escherichia coli B/r to temperature was studied by measuring the levels of 133 proteins (comprising 70% of the cell's protein mass) during balanced growth in rich medium at sevenExpand
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Ribosomes as sensors of heat and cold shock in Escherichia coli.
Nearly all cells respond to an increase in temperature by inducing a set of proteins, called heat shock proteins (HSPs). Because a large number of other stress conditions induce the HSPs (or at leastExpand
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The genetics and regulation of heat-shock proteins.
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Overcoming technical variation and biological variation in quantitative proteomics
Quantitative proteomics investigates physiology at the molecular level by measuring relative differences in protein expression between samples under different experimental conditions. A majorExpand
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lon gene product of Escherichia coli is a heat-shock protein.
The product of the pleiotropic gene lon is a protein with protease activity and has been tentatively identified as protein H94.0 on the reference two-dimensional gel of Escherichia coli proteins.Expand
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Global analysis of proteins synthesized during phosphorus restriction in Escherichia coli.
The pattern of proteins synthesized in Escherichia coli during steady-state growth in media with ample inorganic phosphate (Pi), upon limitation for Pi (without an alternative phosphorous compound),Expand
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Induction of the heat shock regulon does not produce thermotolerance in Escherichia coli.
The addition of isopropyl thio-beta-D-galactoside (IPTG) to Escherichia coli cells containing multiple copies of the heat shock regulatory gene htpR (rpoH) under the control of an IPTG-inducibleExpand
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Identity of the B56.5 protein, the A-protein, and the groE gene product of Escherichia coli.
Protein B56.5 is a major Escherichia coli protein, originally identified on two-dimensional gels as an abundant cellular protein with unique regulation. The groE gene product is a bacterial proteinExpand
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