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A Novel Campylobacter jejuniTwo-Component Regulatory System Important for Temperature-Dependent Growth and Colonization
Journal of Bacteriology
Campylobacter jejuni colonizes the intestines of domestic and wild animals and is a common cause of human diarrheal disease. We identified a two-component regulatory system, designated the RacR-RacS (reduced ability to colonize) system, that is involved in a temperature-dependent signalling pathway. A mutation of the response regulator gene racR reduced the organism's ability to colonize the chicken intestinal tract and resulted in temperature-dependent changes in its protein profile and growth characteristics.doi:10.1128/jb.181.10.3298-3302.1999 fatcat:emetom2h3jccrhijv23jpqco6i