Shigella takes the temperature

@inproceedings{Viswanathan2013ShigellaTT,
  title={Shigella takes the temperature},
  author={V. K. Viswanathan},
  booktitle={Gut microbes},
  year={2013}
}
For bacteria, temperature is a fairly reliable cue for entry into a vertebrate host. Many pathogenic bacteria sense elevated temperatures (37°C) and turn on virulence and metabolic genes appropriate for survival and growth within the host. A recent study demonstrated that the expression of a heme uptake protein in Shigella dysenteriae and pathogenic Escherichia coli was dependent on an RNA thermometer.