The yeast two-hybrid system detects interactions between Bacillus subtilis sigmaB regulators.

@article{Voelker1996TheYT,
  title={The yeast two-hybrid system detects interactions between Bacillus subtilis sigmaB regulators.},
  author={Uwe Voelker and Andrea V{\"o}lker and William G. Haldenwang},
  journal={Journal of bacteriology},
  year={1996},
  volume={178 23},
  pages={7020-3}
}
SigmaB, the general stress response sigma factor of Bacillus subtilis, is regulated by the products of seven genes (rsbR, S, T, U, V, W, and X) with which it is cotranscribed. Biochemical techniques previously revealed physical associations among RsbW, RsbV, and sigmaB but failed to detect interactions of RsbR, S, T, U, or X with each other or RsbV, RsbW… CONTINUE READING