Evidence for quorum sensing and differential metabolite production by a marine bacterium in response to DMSP

@inproceedings{Johnson2016EvidenceFQ,
  title={Evidence for quorum sensing and differential metabolite production by a marine bacterium in response to DMSP},
  author={Winifred M Johnson and Melissa C Kido Soule and Elizabeth B Kujawinski},
  booktitle={The ISME Journal},
  year={2016}
}
Microbes, the foundation of the marine foodweb, do not function in isolation, but rather rely on molecular level interactions among species to thrive. Although certain types of interactions between autotrophic and heterotrophic microorganisms have been well documented, the role of specific organic molecules in regulating inter-species relationships and supporting growth are only beginning to be understood. Here, we examine one such interaction by characterizing the metabolic response of a… CONTINUE READING
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