The Pho regulon: a huge regulatory network in bacteria

@inproceedings{SantosBeneit2015ThePR,
  title={The Pho regulon: a huge regulatory network in bacteria},
  author={Fernando Santos-Beneit},
  booktitle={Front. Microbiol.},
  year={2015}
}
One of the most important achievements of bacteria is its capability to adapt to the changing conditions of the environment. The competition for nutrients with other microorganisms, especially in the soil, where nutritional conditions are more variable, has led bacteria to evolve a plethora of mechanisms to rapidly fine-tune the requirements of the cell. One of the essential nutrients that are normally found in low concentrations in nature is inorganic phosphate (Pi). Bacteria, as well as other… CONTINUE READING

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