regulon


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regulon

[′reg·yə‚län]
(genetics)
In bacteria, a system of genes, formed by one or more operons, which regulate enzyme induction and whose activity is controlled by a single repressor substance.
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In order to achieve the goal, a reporter gene was placed under control of the LexA protein by cloning the regulon lexA box uptream the [bla.
ToxR regulon of Vibrio cholerae and its expression in vibrios shed by cholera patients.
Oleanolic and ursolic acids affect the expression of the cysteine regulon and stress response in Escherichia coli.
cholerae has allowed researchers to unravel the complexities of the regulon system through microarray based transcriptome analyses of cells isolated either from cholera patients (19) or from its natural habitat in aquatic environment.
Identification of the copper regulon in Saccharomyces cerevisiae by DNA Microarrays.
H1 2014 221 Pancreatic Cancer - Pipeline by Regulon Inc.
Reviews have been published earlier on the ToxR regulon (6) discussing as to how environmental signals induce toxT transcription.
Similarly, in the divergence of A4 from A3, the loss of motility was caused by a 12-bp deletion in the flhC flagella master regulon gene (4).
Control of the ToxR virulence regulon in Vibrio cholerae by environmental stimuli.
Since our analysis with molecular methods showed that these strains carry more characteristics of typical EPEC and lack the AggR regulon, we propose that they be classified as typical EPEC.
coli (STEC) washed sheep RBC haemolysin Vero cell assay stx with or without eae Enteroaggregative Adhesion assay with aggR regulon E.
Regulation of chromosomally mediated multiple antibiotic resistance: the mar regulon.