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Complex interactions between DksA and stress-responsive alternative sigma factors control inorganic polyphosphate accumulation in Escherichia coli

By M. Gray at
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Bacteria synthesize inorganic polyphosphate (polyP) in response to a variety of different stress conditions. PolyP protects bacteria by acting as a protein-stabilizing chaperone, metal chelator, or regulator of protein function, among other mechanisms. However, little is known about how stress signals are transmitted in the cell to lead to increased... Show more
April 23, 2020
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Complex interactions between DksA and stress-responsive alternative sigma factors control inorganic polyphosphate accumulation in Escherichia coli
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