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Understanding protein-nucleic-acid interaction networks in cold-adapted archaea

Title
Understanding protein-nucleic-acid interaction networks in cold-adapted archaea
Funding
ARC | Discovery Projects
Contract (GA) number
DP110103232
Start Date
2011/01/01
End Date
2013/12/31
Open Access mandate
no
Organizations
-
More information
http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP110103232

 

  • Characterization of a temperature-responsive two component regulatory system from the Antarctic archaeon, Methanococcoides burtonii

    Najnin, T.; Siddiqui, K. S.; Taha, T; Elkaid, N.; Kornfeld, G.; Curmi, P. M. G.; Cavicchioli, R. (2016)
    Projects: ARC | Understanding protein-nucleic-acid interaction networks in cold-adapted archaea (DP110103232)
    Cold environments dominate the Earth’s biosphere and the resident microorganisms play critical roles in fulfilling global biogeochemical cycles. However, only few studies have examined the molecular basis of thermosensing; an ability that microorganisms must possess in order to respond to environmental temperature and regulate cellular processes. Two component regulatory systems have been inferred to function in thermal regulation of gene expression, but biochemical studies assessing these sy...
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