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Investigations On The Role Of The Global Regulator H-NS In The Survival Of Escherichia Coli In Stationary-Phase
Studies on stationary phase cultures of microorganisms in the laboratory have helped us understand the genetic and physiological basis of adaptation in their natural habitats. Stasis or decline in bacterial populations due ...
Transcription In Mycobacteria : From Initiation To Elongation
The global re-emergence of TB and other mycobacterial infections have underscored the need for a thorough investigation of the biology of the causative agent, Mycobacterium tuberculosis, at the molecular level. The peculiar ...
Mechanistic And Functional Insights Into Mycobacterium Bovis BCG Triggered TLR2 Signaling : Implications For Immune Evasion Strategies
Mycobacteria are multifaceted pathogens capable of causing both acute disease as well as an asymptomatic latent infection. Host immune responses during mycobacterial infection involve potent cell effector functions including ...