Inducible expression systems for mycobacteria.

  title={Inducible expression systems for mycobacteria.},
  author={Christopher M. Sassetti},
  journal={Methods in molecular biology},
A wide variety of inducible expression systems have been designed for Gram-negative bacteria, but adapting these systems to phylogenetically distinct species, such as mycobacteria, has proved notoriously difficult. Mycobacteria belong to a class of high G+C Gram-positive bacteria known as actinomycetes. Although comparatively few genetic tools are available for these organisms, those that do exist are more likely to be adaptable for use in mycobacteria. A compelling example of this rationale is… CONTINUE READING

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