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Caulobacter


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Caulobacter

Caulobacter

Caulobacter

Decoding Caulobacter development

An RNA degradosome assembly in Caulobacter crescentus

Genes involved in cadmium resistance in Caulobacter crescentus

Signal transduction mechanisms in Caulobacter crescentus development and cell cycle control

CauloBrowser: A systems biology resource for Caulobacter crescentus

Probing flagellar promoter occupancy in wild-type and mutant Caulobacter crescentus by chromatin immunoprecipitation

Catalase–peroxidase activity is decreased in a Caulobacter crescentus rho mutant

Characterization of Caulobacter crescentus response to low temperature and identification of genes involved in freezing resistance

A comprehensive set of plasmids for vanillate- and xylose-inducible gene expression in Caulobacter crescentus

An SOS-regulated operon involved in damage-inducible mutagenesis in Caulobacter crescentus

Fur controls iron homeostasis and oxidative stress defense in the oligotrophic alpha-proteobacterium Caulobacter crescentus

Transcriptional regulation of the S-layer protein type I secretion system in Caulobacter crescentus

Molecular recognition of RhlB and RNase D in the Caulobacter crescentus RNA degradosome

The functions of DNA methylation by CcrM in Caulobacter crescentus: a global approach

The Caulobacter crescentus outer membrane protein Omp58 (RsaF) is not required for paracrystalline S-layer secretion

The Caulobacter crescentus DNA-(adenine-N6)-methyltransferase CcrM methylates DNA in a distributive manner

 

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A genus of Gram-negative bacteria not assigned to any taxonomic family. The cells undergo a life cycle that is unusual in bacteria. Mature cells are straight or curved rods with a stalk-like extension at one end. The cell is attached to rocks, plants, other cells, etc. by means of an adhesive holdfast at the tip of the stalk. Asymmetric division of a mature cell leads to the formation of a motile (flagellated) immature cell; this subsequently attaches to a substrate, loses its flagellum, and develops a stalk, thus becoming a mature cell. These bacteria are aerobic chemo-organotrophs. They are found, for example, in soil and in oligotrophic fresh water.

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