Transcriptional profiling of Klebsiella pneumoniae defines signatures for planktonic, sessile and biofilm-dispersed cells

@inproceedings{Guilhen2016TranscriptionalPO,
  title={Transcriptional profiling of Klebsiella pneumoniae defines signatures for planktonic, sessile and biofilm-dispersed cells},
  author={Cyril Guilhen and Nicolas Charbonnel and Nicolas Parisot and Nathalie Gueguen and Agn{\`e}s Iltis and Christiane Forestier and Damien Balestrino},
  booktitle={BMC Genomics},
  year={2016}
}
Surface-associated communities of bacteria, known as biofilms, play a critical role in the persistence and dissemination of bacteria in various environments. Biofilm development is a sequential dynamic process from an initial bacterial adhesion to a three-dimensional structure formation, and a subsequent bacterial dispersion. Transitions between these different modes of growth are governed by complex and partially known molecular pathways. Using RNA-seq technology, our work provided an… CONTINUE READING
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