Perception and degradation of N-Acyl homoserine lactone quorum sensing signals by mammalian and plant cells
A study was conducted to examine perception and degradation of N-Acyl homoserine lactone quorum sensing signals by mammalian and plant cells. The mammalian microbiome is integral to the healthy physiology of the host. Plants are constantly exposed to bacteria, especially in the rhizosphere, the area immediately surrounding the roots, where plant exudates provide a food source for bacteria and where bacteria colonize the root surface. In the rhizosphere, AHL concentration is affected by...[Show more]
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