Quorum sensing and bacterial cross-talk in biotechnology.

@article{March2004QuorumSA,
  title={Quorum sensing and bacterial cross-talk in biotechnology.},
  author={John C. March and William E. Bentley},
  journal={Current opinion in biotechnology},
  year={2004},
  volume={15 5},
  pages={495-502}
}
Only a decade ago, the secretion and perception of small signalling molecules that in turn are transduced to coordinate behaviour of a 'minimal unit' of microorganisms was termed quorum sensing by EP Greenberg and colleagues. Since then, an explosion (or exponential growth) in understanding and prevalence of quorum-sensing systems has ensued, with sightings ranging from virulence in human and plant pathogens to degradative capacity of activated sludge. Not surprisingly, regulatory mechanisms… CONTINUE READING

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