Regulation of heat-shock response in bacteria.

@article{Segal1998RegulationOH,
  title={Regulation of heat-shock response in bacteria.},
  author={Gil Segal and Eliora Z. Ron},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={1998},
  volume={851},
  pages={
          147-51
        }
}
Stress response in bacteria is essential for effective adaptation to changes in the environment, as well as to the changes in the physiological state of the bacterial culture itself. This response is mediated by global regulatory mechanisms affecting several pathways. It now appears that these regulatory mechanisms operate by transcriptional control, translational control, and proteolysis. One example to be discussed extensively is the heat-shock response. In Escherichia coli, where it has been… CONTINUE READING
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