The symbiosis regulator CbrA modulates a complex regulatory network affecting the flagellar apparatus and cell envelope proteins.

@article{Gibson2007TheSR,
  title={The symbiosis regulator CbrA modulates a complex regulatory network affecting the flagellar apparatus and cell envelope proteins.},
  author={Katherine E Gibson and Melanie J. Barnett and Carol J Toman and Sharon Rugel Long and Graham C Walker},
  journal={Journal of bacteriology},
  year={2007},
  volume={189 9},
  pages={3591-602}
}
Sinorhizobium meliloti participates in a nitrogen-fixing symbiosis with legume plant host species of the genera Medicago, Melilotus, and Trigonella. We recently identified an S. meliloti two-component sensory histidine kinase, CbrA, which is absolutely required to establish a successful symbiosis with Medicago sativa (K. E. Gibson, G. R. Campbell, J. Lloret, and G. C. Walker, J. Bacteriol. 188:4508-4521, 2006). In addition to having a symbiotic defect, the cbrA::Tn5 mutant also has free-living… CONTINUE READING

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