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  • noun Plural form of regulon.

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Examples

  • It is not surprising that VtrA and VtrB are regulons, because both Vp-ToxR and Hfq are global regulators and their regulons comprise many genes, including virulence-associated genes

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  • Although a consensus sequence recognized by VtrB is unknown, it is possible that this characteristic of low G+C content in Vp-PAI might be one of the factors deciding the specificity of VtrB regulons.

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  • Little is known about how these varied parasites regulate their transcriptional regulons.

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  • This observation suggests the existence of regulons whose regulation is conserved across this ancient phylum.

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  • Genome-wide transcript analysis of the VtrA and VtrB regulons is shown.

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  • Even though transcription factors are underrepresented in apicomplexans, the distribution of these factors and their associated regulons reflect common and family-specific transcriptional regulatory processes.

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  • The N-terminal domain of ToxR encodes a WHTH DNA-binding domain, which is a typical characteristic of the OmpR family of proteins and is necessary for transcriptional regulation of ToxR regulons

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  • Contribution of extracellular proteases to the biofilm-deficient phenotype of a Also included in both the biofilm and sarA regulons were most of the

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  • Mutation of sarA does result in reduced expression of the ica operon and consequently reduced production of the polysaccharide intercellular adhesion (PIA), but our direct comparison of sarA and ica mutants generated in the same strain used in the experiments reported here (UAMS-1) demonstrate that this cannot account for the biofilm defect in a sarA in biofilm formation, we compared the regulons defined by growth within a biofilm and by mutation of sarA.

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  • Finally, our previous studies characterizing the sarA and biofilm regulons in UAMS-1

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