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Peer pressure from a Proteus mirabilis self-recognition system controls participation in cooperative swarm motility:
Colonies of the opportunistic pathogen Proteus mirabilis can distinguish self from non-self: in swarming colonies of two different strains, one strain excludes the other from the expanding colony edge. Predominant models characterize bacterial kin discrimination as immediate antagonism towards non-kin cells, typically through delivery of toxin effector molecules from one cell into its neighbor. Upon effector delivery, receiving cells must either neutralize it by presenting a cognate anti-toxin,doi:10.1101/490771 fatcat:4mptxsslqnaijguojefzuda4yq