The yvyD gene of Bacillus subtilis is under dual control of sigmaB and sigmaH.

@article{Drzewiecki1998TheYG,
  title={The yvyD gene of Bacillus subtilis is under dual control of sigmaB and sigmaH.},
  author={Katharina Drzewiecki and Christine Eymann and Gerhard Mittenhuber and Michael Hecker},
  journal={Journal of bacteriology},
  year={1998},
  volume={180 24},
  pages={6674-80}
}
During a search by computer-aided inspection of two-dimensional (2D) protein gels for sigmaB-dependent general stress proteins exhibiting atypical induction profiles, a protein initially called Hst23 was identified as a product of the yvyD gene of Bacillus subtilis. In addition to the typical sigmaB-dependent, stress- and starvation-inducible pattern, yvyD is also induced in response to amino acid depletion. By primer extension of RNA isolated from the wild-type strain and appropriate mutants… CONTINUE READING
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