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By Robert K. Poole

Advances in Microbial body structure: Advances in Bacterial Electron delivery structures and Their Regulation, the newest quantity within the Advances in Microbial Physiology sequence, maintains the lengthy culture of topical and critical studies in microbiology, with this most modern quantity concentrating on the advances in bacterial electron delivery platforms and their regulation.

  • Contains contributions from top gurus within the box of microbial body structure
  • Informs and updates on all of the most up-to-date advancements within the field
  • Presents a main concentration for this variation at the advances made in bacterial electron delivery structures and their regulation

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In S. , 2014), appears to be dependent on the SCO0203 gene product (Fig. 6). SCO0203 encodes a predicted membrane-associated histidine kinase similar to the NarX nitrate-sensor from E. coli (our unpublished data). The neighbouring SCO0204 gene encodes a response regulator with amino acid similarity to NarL (Stewart, 2003). As the expression of the nar2 operon is not influenced by nitrate, it is conceivable that SCO0203 responds instead to hypoxia. , 2010). G. Sawers et al. , unpublished data). Whether narG3H3J3I3 operon expression also responds to phosphate levels remains to be established.

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