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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6,7) The plant molecules acetosyringone and a-hydroxyacetosyringone induce the expression of the entire vir regulon in Rhizobium as well as the formation of T-DNA intermediate molecules.
The mechanisms of such cytokine mediated modulation of hspX expression are yet to be fully explored, which may be mediated through dormancy regulon dosR.
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The first characterization study of genes involved in the anaerobic metabolism of glycerol revealed that the dha regulon organization is present in different microorganisms capable of using glycerol as a carbon source.
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The whiB7 regulon also includes Rv1258c, which encodes an efflux pump, tap, that is upregulated in tandem with eis, resulting in STR resistance.
Identification of additional genes belonging to the LexA regulon in Escherichia coli.
Thus, components of the hyphal regulon act together to produce characteristic invasive lesions of mucosal candidiasis.