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Coli and S. typhimurium Lsr system. At low cell densities, LsrR binds to DNA and represses expression of the lsr operon. At high cell densities, AI-2 is imported via the Lsr transporter and is phosphorylated by LsrK. AI-2-phosphate binds to LsrR causing it to release DNA, thus derepressing lsr transcription [adapted from 8, 28]. AI-2 Quorum Sensing 21 autoinducer detection system was discovered [7]. Two genes identified in the screen encode components of the autoinducer receptor. The first gene, luxP, encodes a periplasmic binding protein LuxP, similar to the Escherichia coli ribose-binding protein.

Instead of interacting with a histidine sensor kinase protein, as is the case for LuxP, the LsrB protein delivers AI-2 to an ABC transporter that imports AI-2 into the cytoplasm (fig. 1c). Transport of AI-2 is coupled to its phosphorylation and sequestration, which is dependent on LsrK kinase activity [9]. Phosphorylated AI-2 subsequently binds and deactivates the transcriptional repressor LsrR. Transcription increases of the genes encoding the Lsr transporter and modification enzymes used to import, modify, and degrade AI-2.

Harveyi mutants were screened for those unable to regulate light production in a background lacking the HAI-1 system, and a new Fig. 1. Quorum-sensing signaling networks. Low cell density (left sides of panels), High cell density (right sides of panels). a A LuxI/LuxR quorum-sensing circuit. The LuxI enzyme produces an AHL molecule that diffuses into the surroundings. At high cell densities, the LuxR protein binds the AHL and subsequently binds to DNA promoting the transcription of genes X and Y.

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