The VieB auxiliary protein negatively regulates the VieSA signal transduction system in Vibrio cholerae.

Mitchell, Stephanie L.
Ismail, Ayman M.
Kenrick, Sophia A.
Camilli, Andrew.
2015

Background: Vibrio cholerae is a facultative pathogen that lives in the aquatic environment and the human host. The ability of V. cholerae to monitor environmental changes as it transitions between these diverse environments is vital to its pathogenic lifestyle. One way V. cholerae senses changing external stimuli is through the three-com... read more

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Mitchell, Stephanie, Ayman M. Ismail, Sophia A. Kenrick, and Andrew Camilli. "The VieB auxiliary protein negatively regulates the VieSA signal transduction system in Vibrio cholerae." BMC Microbiology 15, no. 1 (12, 2015): 1-16.
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