A comprehensive proteomics and transcriptomics analysis of Bacillus subtilis salt stress adaptation.

@article{Hahne2010ACP,
  title={A comprehensive proteomics and transcriptomics analysis of Bacillus subtilis salt stress adaptation.},
  author={H. Hahne and Ulrike M{\"a}der and Andreas Otto and Florian Bonn and Leif Steil and Erhard Bremer and Michael Hecker and D{\"o}rte Becher},
  journal={Journal of bacteriology},
  year={2010},
  volume={192 3},
  pages={870-82}
}
In its natural habitats, Bacillus subtilis is exposed to changing osmolarity, necessitating adaptive stress responses. Transcriptomic and proteomic approaches can provide a picture of the dynamic changes occurring in salt-stressed B. subtilis cultures because these studies provide an unbiased view of cells coping with high salinity. We applied whole-genome microarray technology and metabolic labeling, combined with state-of-the-art proteomic techniques, to provide a global and time-resolved… CONTINUE READING

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