An alternate route to phosphorylating DegU of Bacillus subtilis using acetyl phosphate.Cairns, Lynne S.
Martyn, Jessica E.
Stanley-Wall, Nicola R.
Background: Two-component signal transduction pathways allow bacteria to sense and respond to the environment. Typically such pathways comprise a sensor histidine kinase and a response regulator. Phosphorylation of the response regulator commonly results in its activation, allowing the protein to bind to target promoter elements to regula... read more
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- Cairns, Lynne, Jessica E. Martyn, Keith Bromley, and Nicola R. Stanley-Wall. "An alternate route to phosphorylating DegU of Bacillus subtilis using acetyl phosphate." BMC Microbiology 15, no. 1 (12, 2015): 1-12.