P(II) signal transduction proteins: nitrogen regulation and beyond.

@article{Huergo2013PIIST,
  title={P(II) signal transduction proteins: nitrogen regulation and beyond.},
  author={Luciano Fernandes Huergo and Govind Chandra and Mike Merrick},
  journal={FEMS microbiology reviews},
  year={2013},
  volume={37 2},
  pages={
          251-83
        }
}
The P(II) proteins are one of the most widely distributed families of signal transduction proteins in nature. They are pivotal players in the control of nitrogen metabolism in bacteria and archaea, and are also found in the plastids of plants. Quite remarkably, P(II) proteins control the activities of a diverse range of enzymes, transcription factors and membrane transport proteins, and in recent years the extent of these interactions has been recognized to be much greater than heretofore… CONTINUE READING

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