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Contents

Introduction

Under construction

Previous contests

Cell cycle

Quorum Sensing

Parts in the Registry of Standard Parts:

Quorum sensing

  • BBa_K104001: Sensor for small peptide Subtilin
  • BBa_I13211: Biobricked version of the natural Lux quorum sensing system

Cell cycle

Cell death

Related Literature

Quorum sensing

In this paper, the molecular mechanism underlying regulation of nisin and subtilin production is reviewed.
Addition of N-acylhomoserine lactone in the exponential growth phase, regardless of cell density, induces a repression of cell growth of P. aeruginosa
In this study Competence stimulating peptide is shown to initiates release of DNA from a subfraction of the bacterial population, probably by cell lysis.