The Sensory Histidine Kinases TorS and EvgS Tend to Form Clusters in Escherichia coli Cells


Microorganisms use multiple two-component sensory systems to detect changes in their environment and elicit physiological responses. Despite their wide spread and importance, the intracellular organization of two-component sensory proteins in bacteria remains little investigated. A notable exception is the well-studied clustering of the chemoreceptor-kinase… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0077708

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