AphA and LuxR/HapR reciprocally control quorum sensing in vibrios.

@article{Rutherford2011AphAAL,
  title={AphA and LuxR/HapR reciprocally control quorum sensing in vibrios.},
  author={Steven T. Rutherford and Julia C. van Kessel and Yi Shao and Bonnie L Bassler},
  journal={Genes & development},
  year={2011},
  volume={25 4},
  pages={397-408}
}
Bacteria cycle between periods when they perform individual behaviors and periods when they perform group behaviors. These transitions are controlled by a cell-cell communication process called quorum sensing, in which extracellular signal molecules, called autoinducers (AIs), are released, accumulate, and are synchronously detected by a group of bacteria. AI detection results in community-wide changes in gene expression, enabling bacteria to collectively execute behaviors such as… CONTINUE READING
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