LuxO controls luxR expression in Vibrio harveyi: evidence for a common regulatory mechanism in Vibrio.

@article{Miyamoto2003LuxOCL,
  title={LuxO controls luxR expression in Vibrio harveyi: evidence for a common regulatory mechanism in Vibrio.},
  author={Carol M. Miyamoto and Paul V. Dunlap and Edward G. Ruby and Edward A. Meighen},
  journal={Molecular microbiology},
  year={2003},
  volume={48 2},
  pages={
          537-48
        }
}
Quorum-sensing control of luminescence in Vibrio harveyi, which involves an indirect autoinducer-mediated phosphorelay signal transduction system, contrasts with the prototypical quorum-sensing system of Vibrio fischeri, in which the autoinducer and the transcriptional activator LuxR directly activate lux operon expression. In V. harveyi, a regulator not homologous to V. fischeri LuxR and also designated LuxR (LuxRvh), binds specifically to the lux operon promoter region and activates the… CONTINUE READING

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