Temperature sensing in bacterial gene regulation--what it all boils down to.

Abstract

Many bacterial gene regulatory circuits are controlled by temperature. Temperature-mediated regulation occurs at the level of transcription and translation. Supercoiling, changes in mRNA conformation and protein conformation are all implicated in thermosensing. Bacterial virulence functions are often temperature regulated and thus many an example of… (More)

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@article{Hurme1998TemperatureSI, title={Temperature sensing in bacterial gene regulation--what it all boils down to.}, author={Reini Hurme and Mikael Rhen}, journal={Molecular microbiology}, year={1998}, volume={30 1}, pages={1-6} }