cellular response to cell envelope stress
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Elongation of rod-shaped bacteria is mediated by a dynamic peptidoglycan-synthetizing machinery called the Rod complex. Here we… Expand The bacterial cell envelope is the first and major line of defence against threats from the environment. It is an essential and… Expand Conditions that impair protein folding in the Gram‐negative bacterial envelope cause stress. The destabilizing effects of stress… Expand The RNA chaperone, Hfq, plays a diverse role in bacterial physiology beyond its original role as a host factor required for… Expand Bacteria often cope with environmental stress by inducing alternative sigma (σ) factors, which direct RNA polymerase to specific… Expand The bacterial envelope stress response (ESR) is triggered by the accumulation of misfolded outer membrane proteins (OMPs) upon… Expand Recent systematic genome searches revealed that bacteria encode a tremendous number of small non-coding RNAs (sRNAs). Whereas… Expand The Escherichia coliσE‐dependent stress response pathway controls the expression of genes encoding periplasmic folding catalysts… Expand Envelope stress responses play important physiological roles in a variety of processes, including protein folding, cell wall… Expand ABSTRACT In Escherichia coli, the Cpx two-component regulatory system activates expression of protein folding and degrading… Expand