novel bioluminescent bacterial biosensor using the ighly specific oxidative stress-inducible pgi gene

@inproceedings{Niazia2008novelBB,
  title={novel bioluminescent bacterial biosensor using the ighly specific oxidative stress-inducible pgi gene},
  author={H. Niazia and Byoung Chan Kimb and Joo-Myung Ahna and Man Bock Gua},
  year={2008}
}
  • H. Niazia, Byoung Chan Kimb, +1 author Man Bock Gua
  • Published 2008
A new oxidative stress-responsive bacterial biosensor was constructed using the promoter of the pgi gene fused to the luxCDABE reporter. This strain (PGRFM) responded in a dose-dependent manner to methyl viologen (MV), a model redox chemical that results in oxidative stress. The responses of strain PGRFM to redox chemicals was strongly dependent on the available carbon source. For example, when the strain was grown under nutrient-limited conditions in the presence of glucose or gluconate it was… CONTINUE READING

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