LutR regulon

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Genes in this regulon

The LutR regulon differs in wild isolates and laboratory strains: LutR in wild isolates (e.g RO-NN-1) regulates lutA-lutB-lutC and lutP PubMed, while LutR in laboratory strains (e.g. PY79) seems to regulate wide range of genes PubMed. The laboratory strains 168 and PY79 lacks 44 amino acids N terminal part, including a part of the HTH motif. The DNA binding specificity and therefore the in vivo regulated genes could differ due to this difference in LutR proteins PubMed.


Important publications on the LutR regulon

Kuo-Chin Chiu, Chen-Jyun Lin, Gwo-Chyuan Shaw
Transcriptional regulation of the l-lactate permease gene lutP by the LutR repressor of Bacillus subtilis RO-NN-1.
Microbiology (Reading): 2014, 160(Pt 10);2178-2189
[PubMed:25031425] [] [DOI] (I p)

Öykü İrigül-Sönmez, Türkan E Köroğlu, Büşra Öztürk, Ákos T Kovács, Oscar P Kuipers, Ayten Yazgan-Karataş
In Bacillus subtilis LutR is part of the global complex regulatory network governing the adaptation to the transition from exponential growth to stationary phase.
Microbiology (Reading): 2014, 160(Pt 2);243-260
[PubMed:24196425] [] [DOI] (I p)

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