Bacterial observations: a rudimentary form of intelligence?

@article{Hellingwerf2005BacterialOA,
  title={Bacterial observations: a rudimentary form of intelligence?},
  author={Klaas J. Hellingwerf},
  journal={Trends in microbiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={13 4},
  pages={152-8}
}
Genome sequencing has revealed that signal transduction in bacteria makes use of a limited number of different devices, such as two-component systems, LuxI-LuxR quorum-sensing systems, phosphodiesterases, Ser-Thr (serine-threonine) kinases, OmpR-type regulators, and sigma factor-anti-sigma factor pathways. These systems use modular proteins with a large variety of input and output domains, yet strikingly conserved transmission domains. This conservation might lead to redundancy of output… CONTINUE READING

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