Starvation and osmotic stress induced multiresistances. Influence of extracellular compounds.

Abstract : Growth restriction due to stasis and/or hyperosmolarity is a common situation encountered by microorganisms in nature. Therefore, they have developed defence systems allowing them to withstand these periods. Bacteria respond to these conditions by a metabolic reprogramming which leads to a cellular state of enhanced resistance. This communication reviews recent advances in knowledge of the molecular basis of this phenomenon in different bacteria.
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International Journal of Food Microbiology, Elsevier, 2000, 55 (1-3), pp.19-25
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Vianney Pichereau, A. Hartke, Y. Auffray. Starvation and osmotic stress induced multiresistances. Influence of extracellular compounds.. International Journal of Food Microbiology, Elsevier, 2000, 55 (1-3), pp.19-25. 〈hal-00455475〉

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