Pseudomonas putida strain KT2440 is very sensitive to DNA damage and displays poor homologous recombination efficiencies. Why? This work aimed to gain insight into this
Reconfiguration of metabolic fluxes in Pseudomonas putida as a response to sub-lethal oxidative stress
Pseudomonas putida is a soil bacterium that is frequently found in sites polluted with toxic chemicals. It is able to survive in these sites because of
In the implementation of Boolean logic circuits in cells, the focus is mainly on the genetic components, although it must be taken into account that
Nonlinearity is fundamental in the performance of natural and synthetic biological networks, as many key functional motifs in microbial systems rely on nonlinear molecular dynamics.
Planktonic flocs composed of multiple bacterial strains can be used biocatalytic agents in aqueous media for industrial applications and environmental cleanup. Microbial consortia are characterized
Adaptive laboratory evolution is a general and effective strategy for optimizing the design of engineered genetic circuits and upgrading metabolic phenotypes. However, the specific characteristics