The heat-shock response of Listeria monocytogenes comprises genes involved in heat shock, cell division, cell wall synthesis, and the SOS response.

@article{Veen2007TheHR,
  title={The heat-shock response of Listeria monocytogenes comprises genes involved in heat shock, cell division, cell wall synthesis, and the SOS response.},
  author={Stijn van der Veen and Torsten Hain and Jeroen A. Wouters and Hamid Hossain and Willem M de Vos and Tjakko Abee and Trinad Chakraborty and Marjon H. J. Wells-Bennik},
  journal={Microbiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={153 Pt 10},
  pages={3593-607}
}
The food-borne pathogen Listeria monocytogenes has the ability to survive extreme environmental conditions due to an extensive interacting network of stress responses. It is able to grow and survive at relatively high temperatures in comparison with other non-sporulating food-borne pathogens. To investigate the heat-shock response of L. monocytogenes, whole-genome expression profiles of cells that were grown at 37 degrees C and exposed to 48 degrees C were examined using DNA microarrays… CONTINUE READING
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