The Salmonellae PhoQ sensor: mechanisms of detection of phagosome signals.

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Sensor histidine kinases are widely used by prokaryotes to regulate gene expression in response to environmental signals, and such sensing is essential for virulence for plants and animals. PhoQ is one such sensor kinase that is conserved across a variety of Gram-negative pathogens and functions as part of a two-component system with its transcriptional… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1462-5822.2007.01111.x

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@article{Prost2008TheSP, title={The Salmonellae PhoQ sensor: mechanisms of detection of phagosome signals.}, author={Lynne R Prost and Samuel I. Miller}, journal={Cellular microbiology}, year={2008}, volume={10 3}, pages={576-82} }