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MOLECULAR MICROBIOLOGY

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0950-382X

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Year 2003
  • Phosphorylation‐mediated regulation of heat shock response in Escherichia coli
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    Escherichia coli has two heat shock regulons under the transcriptional control of Esigma(32) and Esigma(E) RNA polymerases. These polymerases control the expression of genes, the products of which are needed for correct folding of proteins in the cytoplasm and the extracytoplasm respectively. In this study, we report that mutations in a tyrosine phosphatase-encoding gene led to decreased activity of these heat shock regulons. The...

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