Interplay of two quorum sensing regulation systems of Vibrio fischeri.

@article{Kuttler2008InterplayOT,
  title={Interplay of two quorum sensing regulation systems of Vibrio fischeri.},
  author={C. Kuttler and Burkhard A. Hense},
  journal={Journal of theoretical biology},
  year={2008},
  volume={251 1},
  pages={167-80}
}
Many bacteria developed a possibility to recognise aspects of their environment or to communicate with each other by chemical signals. An important strategy is the so-called quorum sensing (QS), a regulatory mechanism for the gene expression, where the bacteria measure their own cell density by means of this signalling pathway. One of the best-studied species using QS is the marine luminescent bacterium Vibrio fischeri which is considered here as a model organism. The two main regulatory… CONTINUE READING

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