Global analyses of TetR family transcriptional regulators in mycobacteria indicates conservation across species and diversity in regulated functions

@inproceedings{Balhana2015GlobalAO,
  title={Global analyses of TetR family transcriptional regulators in mycobacteria indicates conservation across species and diversity in regulated functions},
  author={Ricardo J. C. Balhana and Ashima Singla and Mahmudul Hasan Sikder and Mike Withers and Sharon L. Kendall},
  booktitle={BMC Genomics},
  year={2015}
}
Mycobacteria inhabit diverse niches and display high metabolic versatility. They can colonise both humans and animals and are also able to survive in the environment. In order to succeed, response to environmental cues via transcriptional regulation is required. In this study we focused on the TetR family of transcriptional regulators (TFTRs) in mycobacteria. We used InterPro to classify the entire complement of transcriptional regulators in 10 mycobacterial species and these analyses showed… CONTINUE READING
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