The identification of response regulator-specific binding sites reveals new roles of two-component systems in Bacillus cereus and closely related low-GC Gram-positives.

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In bacteria, environmental challenges are often translated into a transcriptional response via the cognate response regulators (RRs) of specialized two-component systems (TCSs). A phylogenetic footprinting/shadowing approach was designed and used to identify many novel RR-specific operators for species of the Bacillus cereus group and related Gram-positives… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1462-2920.2008.01700.x

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@article{Been2008TheIO, title={The identification of response regulator-specific binding sites reveals new roles of two-component systems in Bacillus cereus and closely related low-GC Gram-positives.}, author={Mark W H J de Been and Marieke J. Bart and Tjakko Abee and Roland J. Siezen and Christof Francke}, journal={Environmental microbiology}, year={2008}, volume={10 10}, pages={2796-809} }