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ECs5357  -  sensory histidine kinase CreC

Escherichia coli O157:H7 str. Sakai

 
 
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Disease relevance of ECs5357

  • In this report, we demonstrate that the cytoplasmic domain of VanS (including residues Met95 to Ser384) is capable of high level activation (> 500 fold) of the Escherichia coli response regulator PhoB in vivo in the absence of its signaling kinases PhoR, CreC (PhoM), or acetyl phosphate synthesis [1].
 

High impact information on ECs5357

  • Cross regulation of the PHO regulon by CreC and acetyl phosphate may be examples of underlying control mechanisms important for the general (global) control of cell growth and metabolism [2].
 

Associations of ECs5357 with chemical compounds

  • One Pi-independent pathway responds to the level of an unknown catabolite and leads to activation by the catabolite regulatory sensor kinase, CreC (originally called PhoM); the other Pi-independent pathway responds to acetyl phosphate and leads to activation by a process requiring acetyl phosphate [3].

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