histidine kinase

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histidine kinase

Novel Family of Sensor Histidine Kinase Genes in Arabidopsis thaliana

Sensor domain of histidine kinase ComD confers competence pherotype specificity in Streptoccoccus pneumoniae

Cross-talk between an orphan response regulator and a noncognate histidine kinase in Streptomyces coelicolor

Antimicrobial activities of YycG histidine kinase inhibitors against Staphylococcus epidermidis biofilms

Intramembrane-sensing histidine kinases: a new family of cell envelope stress sensors in Firmicutes bacteria

Genetic evidence for histidine kinase HP165 being an acid sensor of Helicobacter pylori

Histone H4 histidine kinase displays the expression pattern of a liver oncodevelopmental marker

Genetic Evolution of a Helicobacter pylori Acid-Sensing Histidine Kinase and Gastric Disease

Ethylene Controls Autophosphorylation of the Histidine Kinase Domain in Ethylene Receptor ETR1

fos-1, a putative histidine kinase as a virulence factor for systemic aspergillosis

The histidine kinases of Candida albicans: regulation of cell wall mannan biosynthesis

Genetic evidence for the temperature-sensing ability of the membrane domain of the Bacillus subtilis histidine kinase DesK

Decreased in vivo virulence and altered gene expression by a Brucella melitensis light-sensing histidine kinase mutant

The Nla6S protein of Myxococcus xanthus is the prototype for a new family of bacterial histidine kinases

Site-directed mutagenesis of the temperature-sensing histidine protein kinase CorS from Pseudomonas syringae

The cytoplasmic helical linker domain of receptor histidine kinase and methyl-accepting proteins is common to many prokaryotic signalling proteins

Functional analysis of the N-terminal region of an essential histidine kinase, Hik2, in the cyanobacterium Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803

A Synechocystis Homolog of SipA Protein, Ssl3451, Enhances the Activity of the Histidine Kinase Hik33


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abbr.: HK; any member of a superfamily of protein kinases specific for histidine residues. In prokaryotes and lower eukaryotes they are involved in two‐component signal transduction. Most are integral membrane ...

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