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0 TIAB Comparative analysis of thePhotorhabdus luminescensand theYersinia enterocoliticagenomes: uncovering 1 2541 17 show
1 Background Pathogenicity as well as symbiosis plays a key role in the interaction of bacteria with their hosts 1 5872 47 show
2 Results and Discussion The genomes ofP. luminescensssp.laumondiiTT01 andY. enterocolitica8081 have completely been sequence 1 1168 5 show
3 Results and Discussion Sensing, signalling, and regulation Bacteria have evolved several regulation mechanisms to ensure a 1 19467 56 show
4 Results and Discussion Virulence factors So-called offensive virulence factors actively contribute to a successful infectio 1 20022 113 show
5 Results and Discussion Metabolism While many specific virulence factors, which enable the microbes to overcome the various 1 8948 57 show
6 Results and Discussion Temperature-dependent genes Temperature is a key environmental signal to enable bacterial adaptation 1 2621 22 show
7 Results and Discussion Evolution of pathogenicity It has been suggested that bacteria-invertebrate interactions do not only 1 2412 21 show
8 Conclusion The comparison of Y. enterocolitica and P. luminescens at the genomic level performed here provides 1 3276 23 show
9 Methods Accession numbers of the genome of Y. enterocolitica strain 8081v are AM286415 and AM286416 (plasmid 1 908 0 show
10 Caption-Figure 1 The life cycles of P. luminescens and Y. enterocolitica. Right: P. luminescens is an endosymbiont of 1 1230 0 show
11 Caption-Figure 2 Two-component systems in P. luminescens and Y. enterocolitica. 18 TCSs are present in P. luminescens 1 1834 0 show
12 Caption-Figure 3 LuxR-like receptors in P. luminescens, Y. enterocolitica, and S. glossinidius. The five types of dif 1 383 0 show
13 Caption-Figure 4 Virulence factors in P. luminescens and Y. enterocolitica. The different toxins shared by the two or 1 647 0 show
14 Caption-Figure 5 Plasticity zone of Y. enterocolitica (YE3450-3644) compared to the P. luminescens genome. YAPIYe, a 1 684 0 show
15 Caption-Table 1 Low-temperature induced genes and proteins and their putative function during the bacterial lifestag 1 339 0 show
16 Caption-Table 2 Universal Stress Proteins (Usp) in P. luminescens and Y. enterocolitica 1 71 0 show