Microbial Signal Transduction (MiST)
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Signal transduction proteins from bacteria and archaea.
Igor Zhulin, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
- 1 About Microbial Signal Transduction (MiST)
- 2 Content
- 3 Using Microbial Signal Transduction (MiST)
- 4 Other sites with related content
- 5 Technology
- 6 Discussion
- 7 References
- 8 External Links
About Microbial Signal Transduction (MiST)
What is MiST?
The Microbial Signal Transduction database contains the signal transduction proteins for 872 complete bacterial and archaeal organisms. These are identified using various domain profiles that directly or indirectly implicate a particular protein in participating in signal transduction.
Browsing or searching by organism takes user to organismal overview of signal transduction systems, presumably deduced from genome sequence. Clicking on "2-component proteins" or "1-component proteins" takes user to list of regulators which provides additional information and domain architecture.
Using Microbial Signal Transduction (MiST)
- Browse by taxonomy http://genomics.ornl.gov/mist/select_organism.php
- Browse by organism list: http://genomics.ornl.gov/mist/organism_list.php
- Search by organism name in query box http://genomics.ornl.gov/mist/
- Search by GI number
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Ulrich, L.E., Koonin, E.V., and Zhulin, I.B. One-component systems dominate signal transduction in prokaryotes. Trends in Microbiology, 13(2):52-6, Feb 2005. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt=Abstract&list_uids=15680762&query_hl=7&itool=pubmed_docsum