Private link between signal and response in Bacillus subtilis quorum sensing.

@article{Oslizlo2014PrivateLB,
  title={Private link between signal and response in Bacillus subtilis quorum sensing.},
  author={Anna Oslizlo and Polonca {\vS}tefani{\'c} and Iztok Dog{\vs}a and Ines Mandic-Mulec},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2014},
  volume={111 4},
  pages={1586-91}
}
Bacteria coordinate their behavior using quorum sensing (QS), whereby cells secrete diffusible signals that generate phenotypic responses associated with group living. The canonical model of QS is one of extracellular signaling, where signal molecules bind to cognate receptors and cause a coordinated response across many cells. Here we study the link between QS input (signaling) and QS output (response) in the ComQXPA QS system of Bacillus subtilis by characterizing the phenotype and fitness of… CONTINUE READING
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