Integration of regulatory signals through involvement of multiple global regulators: control of the Escherichia coli gltBDF operon by Lrp, IHF, Crp, and ArgR.

Paul, Ligi.
Mishra, Pankaj K.
Blumenthal, Robert M.
Matthews, Rowena G.
2007

Background: The glutamate synthase operon (gltBDF) contributes to one of the two main pathways of ammonia assimilation in Escherichia coli. Of the seven most-global regulators, together affecting expression of about half of all E. coli genes, two were previously shown to exert direct, positive control on gltBDF transcription: Lrp and IHF.... read more

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Paul, Ligi, Pankaj K. Mishra, Robert M. Blumenthal, and Rowena G. Matthews. "Integration of regulatory signals through involvement of multiple global regulators: control of the Escherichia coli gltBDF operon by Lrp, IHF, Crp, and ArgR." BMC Microbiology 7, no. 1 (12, 2007): 1-17.
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