Use of a novel high-throughput genetic selection to identify regulators of selected Vibrio cholerae late genes; characterization of PhoB as a regulator of xds.

McDonough, EmilyKate.


  • Abstract: Vibrio cholerae, the causative agent of the severe diarrheal disease cholera, is a natural member of temperate aquatic environments around the world. V. cholerae undergoes adaptive shifts in gene expression throughout the various stages of its life cycle. Our laboratory identified 57 V. cholerae genes that are expressed specifically at or near the end of the infection cycle in the ... read more
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