Quorum sensing: fact, fiction, and everything in between.

  title={Quorum sensing: fact, fiction, and everything in between.},
  author={Yevgeniy Turovskiy and Dimitri O. Kashtanov and Boris P Paskhover and Michael L Chikindas},
  journal={Advances in applied microbiology},
Els ts Jers II. In troduction 193 III. T he Basics of Microbial Linguistics 193 A . A utoinducers: The language of prokaryotic communication 193 B. A utoinducers with antimicrobial activity 195 C . M ultiple quorum-sensing systems: Integrating the sensory information 198 D . T he ‘‘Environment Sensing’’ theory: So much for social engagements of bacteria! 200 IV. L ost in Translation 202 A . A I-2: The most talked about molecule in the field 202 B. T he early years of research: AI-2 goes… CONTINUE READING


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