TWiM reveals quorum-sensing systems that regulate intestinal inflammation and permeability caused by P. aeruginosa, and how plasmids manipulate bacterial behavior through translational regulatory crosstalk.
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Links for this episode:
- Quorum-sensing in the intestine (mBio)
- Block quorum sensing, block biofilm (Antimicrob Agents Chemother)
- Plasmids manipulate bacterial behavior (PLoS Biol)
- Regulatory genes associated with integrative conjugative elements (J Bact)
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