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Hans Journal of Computational Biology
Two-component signal transduction systems (TCSs) represent the dominant sense-response mechanisms to regulate a wide array of physiological pathways in prokaryotes. TCSs can regulate the majority of physiological processes, including bacterial growth, chemotaxis, osmoregulation, sporulation, biosynthesis of secondary metabolites, virulence of pathogens, biofilm formation, etc. In this paper, we predicted all the TCS genes and comprehensively analyzed their biological functions in the wholedoi:10.12677/hjcb.2012.22002 fatcat:5bidrvkkr5e2rcozf46tlgcl3a