The MqsRA toxin-antitoxin system from xylella fastidiosa plays a key role in bacterial fitness, pathogenicity, and persister cell formation

The MqsRA toxin-antitoxin system from xylella fastidiosa plays a key role in bacterial fitness, pathogenicity, and persister cell formation

Marcus V. Merfa, Bárbara Niza, Marco A. Takita, Alessandra A. de Souza

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Through the formation of persister cells, bacteria exhibit tolerance to multidrug and other environmental stresses without undergoing genetic changes. The toxin-antitoxin (TA) systems are involved in the formation of persister cells because they are able to induce cell dormancy. Among the TA...

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The MqsRA toxin-antitoxin system from xylella fastidiosa plays a key role in bacterial fitness, pathogenicity, and persister cell formation

Marcus V. Merfa, Bárbara Niza, Marco A. Takita, Alessandra A. de Souza


										

The MqsRA toxin-antitoxin system from xylella fastidiosa plays a key role in bacterial fitness, pathogenicity, and persister cell formation

Marcus V. Merfa, Bárbara Niza, Marco A. Takita, Alessandra A. de Souza

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    Frontiers in microbiology

    Vol. 7 (June, 2016), n. art. 904