Extracytoplasmic-stress-responsive pathways modulate type III secretion in Yersinia pseudotuberculosis.

@article{Carlsson2007ExtracytoplasmicstressresponsiveP,
  title={Extracytoplasmic-stress-responsive pathways modulate type III secretion in Yersinia pseudotuberculosis.},
  author={Katrin E. Carlsson and Junfa Liu and Petra J. Edqvist and Matthew S Francis},
  journal={Infection and immunity},
  year={2007},
  volume={75 8},
  pages={
          3913-24
        }
}
Three signal transduction pathways, the two-component systems CpxRA and BaeSR and the alternative sigma factor sigma(E), respond to extracytoplasmic stress that facilitates bacterial adaptation to changing environments. At least the CpxRA and sigma(E) pathways control the production of protein-folding and degradation factors that counter the effects of protein misfolding in the periplasm. This function also influences the biogenesis of multicomponent extracellular appendages that span the… CONTINUE READING

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