Cohabitation of two different lexA regulons in Pseudomonas putida.


In contrast to the vast majority of the members of the domain Bacteria, several Pseudomonas and Xanthomonas species have two lexA genes, whose products have been shown to recognize different LexA binding motifs, making them an interesting target for studying the interplay between cohabiting LexA regulons in a single species. Here we report an analysis of… (More)


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@article{Abella2007CohabitationOT, title={Cohabitation of two different lexA regulons in Pseudomonas putida.}, author={Marc Abella and Susana Campoy and Ivan Erill and Fernando Rojo and Jordi Barb{\'e}}, journal={Journal of bacteriology}, year={2007}, volume={189 24}, pages={8855-62} }