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whiB1  -  transcriptional regulator WhiB1

Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv

 
 
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Disease relevance of whiB1

  • This information together with biochemical analyses of the whiB1 to whiB7 gene products will be important for understanding the biology of this novel family of proteins in mycobacteria and related actinomycetes [1].
  • Regulation of the expression of whiB1 in Mycobacterium tuberculosis: role of cAMP receptor protein [2].
  • Each of these proteins contains four invariant cysteine residues and a conserved helix-turn-helix motif. whmD, the Mycobacterium smegmatis homologue of Streptomyces coelicolor whiB, is essential in M. smegmatis, and the conditionally complemented mutant M. smegmatis 628-53 undergoes filamentation under nonpermissive conditions [3].
 

High impact information on whiB1

  • Differential gene expression in response to exposure to antimycobacterial agents and other stress conditions among seven Mycobacterium tuberculosis whiB-like genes [1].
  • The whiB sporulation gene of Streptomyces coelicolor was shown [Davis, N. K. & Chater, K. F. (1992). Mol Gen Genet 232, 351-358] to encode a small, cysteine-rich putative transcription factor unlike any that had been described previously [4].
  • RESULTS: An open reading frame within the 2.8 kb BamHl fragment was identified as the M. tuberculosis whiB3 gene, one of four whiB homologues in the M. tuberculosis genome [5].

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