MiST: a microbial signal transduction database

@inproceedings{Ulrich2007MiSTAM,
  title={MiST: a microbial signal transduction database},
  author={Luke E. Ulrich and Igor B. Zhulin},
  booktitle={Nucleic Acids Research},
  year={2007}
}
Signal transduction pathways control most cellular activities in living cells ranging from regulation of gene expression to fine-tuning enzymatic activity and controlling motile behavior in response to extracellular and intracellular signals. Because of their extreme sequence variability and extensive domain shuffling, signal transduction proteins are difficult to identify, and their current annotation in most leading databases is often incomplete or erroneous. To overcome this problem, we have… CONTINUE READING

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