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Roles of TroA and TroR in metalloregulated growth and gene expression in Treponema denticola

Journal of Bacteriology

Jan 15, 2020

Prakaimuk SaraithongJ Christopher Fenno

Abstract

Availability of divalent metal cations required as cofactors for microbial metabolism is severely limited in the host environment. Bacteria have evolved highly regulated uptake systems to maintain essential metal homeostasis to meet cellular demands while preventing toxicity. The Tro op...read more

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Gene Deletion
Periodontitis
Coenzymes
Treponemal Infections
Transcriptional Regulation
Cellular Metal Ion Homeostasis
Metals
Environment
Nucleic Acid Sequencing
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Roles of TroA and TroR in metalloregulated growth and gene expression in Treponema denticola

Journal of Bacteriology

Jan 15, 2020

Prakaimuk SaraithongJ Christopher Fenno

PMID: 31932313

DOI: 10.1128/jb.00770-19

Abstract

Availability of divalent metal cations required as cofactors for microbial metabolism is severely limited in the host environment. Bacteria have evolved highly regulated uptake systems to maintain essential metal homeostasis to meet cellular demands while preventing toxicity. The Tro op...read more

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Gene Deletion
Periodontitis
Coenzymes
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Transcriptional Regulation
Cellular Metal Ion Homeostasis
Metals
Environment
Nucleic Acid Sequencing
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