Chemical Signals and Mechanosensing in Bacterial Responses to Their Environment

@inproceedings{Harapanahalli2015ChemicalSA,
  title={Chemical Signals and Mechanosensing in Bacterial Responses to Their Environment},
  author={Akshay K. Harapanahalli and Jessica A. Younes and Elaine Allan and Henny C van der Mei and Henk J. Busscher and Virginia L. Miller},
  booktitle={PLoS pathogens},
  year={2015}
}
Bacteria encounter different environmental conditions during the course of their growth and have developed various mechanisms to sense their environment and facilitate survival. Bacteria are known to communicate with their environment through sensing of chemical signals such as pH, ionic strength, or sensing of biological molecules, as utilized in quorum sensing [1]. However, bacteria do not solely respond to their environment by means of chemical sensing, but also respond through physical… CONTINUE READING
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