Cold shock proteins CspB and CspC are major stationary-phase-induced proteins in Bacillus subtilis

@article{Graumann1999ColdSP,
  title={Cold shock proteins CspB and CspC are major stationary-phase-induced proteins in Bacillus subtilis},
  author={Peter L. Graumann and Mohamed A. Marahiel},
  journal={Archives of Microbiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={171},
  pages={135-138}
}
Shortly after the transition from exponential growth to stationary phase, the pattern of protein synthesis in Bacillus subtilis changes markedly. Among the most profoundly induced proteins are two homologous small acidic proteins, CspB and CspC, which are also major cold-shock-induced proteins. The third cold shock protein (CSP) in B. subtilis, CspD, is not induced following entry into stationary phase. Deletion of both cspB and cspC genes has been previously shown to lead to lysis of cells… CONTINUE READING

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