PtrA is required for coordinate regulation of gene expression during phosphate stress in a marine Synechococcus

@article{Ostrowski2010PtrAIR,
  title={PtrA is required for coordinate regulation of gene expression during phosphate stress in a marine Synechococcus},
  author={Martin Ostrowski and Sophie Mazard and Sasha G. Tetu and Katherine H. Phillippy and Aaron D. Johnson and Brian Palenik and Ian T. Paulsen and Dave J. Scanlan},
  journal={The ISME Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={4},
  pages={908-921}
}
Previous microarray analyses have shown a key role for the two-component system PhoBR (SYNW0947, SYNW0948) in the regulation of P transport and metabolism in the marine cyanobacterium Synechococcus sp. WH8102. However, there is some evidence that another regulator, SYNW1019 (PtrA), probably under the control of PhoBR, is involved in the response to P depletion. PtrA is a member of the cAMP receptor protein transcriptional regulator family that shows homology to NtcA, the global nitrogen… CONTINUE READING
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