Roles of rpoD, spoIIF, spoIIJ, spoIIN, and sin in regulation of Bacillus subtilis stage II sporulation-specific transcription.

@article{Louie1992RolesOR,
  title={Roles of rpoD, spoIIF, spoIIJ, spoIIN, and sin in regulation of Bacillus subtilis stage II sporulation-specific transcription.},
  author={Polly Louie and Ann Lee and K Stansmore and Rebecca Grant and Charles L. Ginther and Terrance J. Leighton},
  journal={Journal of bacteriology},
  year={1992},
  volume={174 11},
  pages={3570-6}
}
Bacillus subtilis strains containing defects in the sporulation gene spoIIF (kinA), spoIIJ (kinA), or spoIIN (ftsA) cannot transcribe the sigma E-dependent gene spoIID. Results presented here and by other workers demonstrate that the spoIIF, spoIIJ, and spoIIN gene products control spoIID transcription indirectly by coordinating the induction of the spoIIGAB, spoIIE, and spoIIAC operons, which are required for sigma E synthesis and processing. Sporulation competence and spoIIGAB, spoIIE, and… CONTINUE READING

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