Chemotactic signaling by the P1 phosphorylation domain liberated from the CheA histidine kinase of Escherichia coli.

Abstract

CheA is a histidine kinase central to the signal transduction pathway for chemotaxis in Escherichia coli. CheA autophosphorylates at His-48, with ATP as the phosphodonor, and then donates its phosphoryl groups to two aspartate autokinases, CheY and CheB. Phospho-CheY controls the flagellar motors, whereas phospho-CheB participates in sensory adaptation… (More)

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@article{Garzn1996ChemotacticSB, title={Chemotactic signaling by the P1 phosphorylation domain liberated from the CheA histidine kinase of Escherichia coli.}, author={Ana I. Garz{\'o}n and J. S. Parkinson}, journal={Journal of bacteriology}, year={1996}, volume={178 23}, pages={6752-8} }