Cyclic-di-GMP reaches out into the bacterial RNA world.

  title={Cyclic-di-GMP reaches out into the bacterial RNA world.},
  author={Regine Hengge},
  journal={Science signaling},
  volume={3 149},
The ubiquitous bacterial signaling molecule bis-(3'-5')-cyclic guanosine monophosphate (c-di-GMP) has brought second messenger signaling back onto the agenda of molecular microbiologists. This is due not only to its general role in promoting biofilm formation, but also to the increasingly diverse array of effector molecules bound by c-di-GMP and of the target processes affected. Effectors include diverse transcription factors and proteins that directly interact with complex cellular machineries… CONTINUE READING

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