Characterization of the novel auxiliary inhibitor, VieB, in the VieSAB three-component signal transduction system and insights into the regulation of vieSAB in Vibrio cholerae.

Mitchell, Stephanie.
2015

Abstract: Vibrio cholerae is a facultative, water-borne pathogen that causes a severe diarrheal disease known as cholera. Its ability to monitor environmental changes as it transitions between aquatic reservoirs and the human intestine is vital to its pathogenic lifestyle. One way V. cholerae alters its gene expression is by sensing changing external stimuli through the action of two-component sig... read more

Subjects
Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences. Department of Molecular Microbiology.
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http://hdl.handle.net/10427/010983
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