Cell division licensing in the multi-chromosomal Vibrio cholerae bacterium

@article{Galli2016CellDL,
  title={Cell division licensing in the multi-chromosomal Vibrio cholerae bacterium},
  author={Elisa Galli and Micka{\"e}l Poidevin and Romain Le Bars and Jean-Michel Desfontaines and Leila Muresan and Evelyne Paly and Yoshiharu Yamaichi and François-Xavier Barre},
  journal={Nature Microbiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={1}
}
Cell division must be coordinated with chromosome replication and segregation to ensure the faithful transmission of genetic information during proliferation. In most bacteria, assembly of the division apparatus, the divisome, starts with the polymerization of a tubulin homologue, FtsZ, into a ring-like structure at mid-cell, the Z-ring1. It typically occurs at half of the cell cycle when most of the replication and segregation cycle of the unique chromosome they generally harbour is achieved2… CONTINUE READING
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