Deciphering the Role of a SLOG Superfamily Protein YpsA in Gram-Positive Bacteria

@inproceedings{Brzozowski2019DecipheringTR,
  title={Deciphering the Role of a SLOG Superfamily Protein YpsA in Gram-Positive Bacteria},
  author={Robert S. Brzozowski and Mirella Huber and A. Maxwell Burroughs and Gianni Graham and Megan D. Walker and Sameeksha S. Alva and L. Aravind and Prahathees J Eswara},
  booktitle={Front. Microbiol.},
  year={2019}
}
Bacteria adapt to different environments by regulating cell division and several conditions that modulate cell division have been documented. Understanding how bacteria transduce environmental signals to control cell division is critical in understanding the global network of cell division regulation. In this article we describe a role for Bacillus subtilis YpsA, an uncharacterized protein of the SLOG superfamily of nucleotide and ligand-binding proteins, in cell division. We observed that YpsA… CONTINUE READING

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