BISTABILITY EPIGENETICS AND BET-HEDGING IN BACTERIA PDF

University of Groningen. Bistability, Epigenetics, and Bet-Hedging in Bacteria. Veening, Jan; Smits, Wiep Klaas; Kuipers, Oscar. Published in. Bet-hedging and epigenetic inheritance in bacterial cell development This developmental process is bistable, and only a subpopulation of. Clonal populations of microbial cells often show a high degree of phenotypic variability under homogeneous conditions. Stochastic fluctuations in the cellular.

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Bet-hedging and epigenetic inheritance in bacterial cell development.

Topics Discussed in This Paper. Annual Review of Microbiology.

University of Groningen Bistability , Epigenetics , and Bet-Hedging in Bacteria

Follow us on facebook twitter linkedin rss instagram youtube. Here, we discuss the possible roles of interlinked bistable networks, epigenetic inheritance, and bet-hedging in bacteria.

Experimental study showing directly for the first time that noise in comK transcription determines entry into the competent state in B. High- and low-threshold genes in the Spo0A regulon of Bacillus subtilis. Skip to search form Skip to main content. High- and low-threshold genes in the Spo0A regulon of Bacillus subtilis. Showing of references. Experimental study showing directly for the first time that noise in comK transcription determines entry into the competent state in B.

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Asymmetric segregation of protein aggregates is associated with cellular aging and rejuvenation. Citations Publications citing this paper.

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Black and white with some shades of grey: Skip to Content Skip to navigation. By clicking accept or continuing to use the site, you agree to the terms outlined in our Privacy PolicyTerms of Serviceand Dataset License. Stochastic fluctuations in the cellular components that determine cellular states can cause two distinct subpopulations, a property called bistability. Stochastic fluctuations in the cellular components that determine cellular states can cause two distinct subpopulations, a property called bistability.

Importantly, heterogeneous populations can demonstrate increased fitness compared with homogeneous populations. Bistability, epigenetics, and bet-hedging in bacteria.

Topics Discussed in Bacteris Paper. Bistability Population nickel study of epigenetics AND gate. From This Paper Figures, tables, and topics from this paper. Enzyme Induction as an All-or-none Phenomenon. Bistability Search for additional papers on this topic. Although switching between states can occur within the cells’ lifetime, cells can also pass their cellular state over to the next generation by a mechanism known as epigenetic inheritance and thus perpetuate the phenotypic state.

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From This Paper Figures, tables, and bet–hedging from this paper. Time-lapse study that shows that sporulation in B. Kuipers Published Clonal populations of microbial cells often show a high degree of phenotypic variability under homogeneous conditions.

Phenotypic heterogeneity can be readily obtained by interlinking multiple gene regulatory pathways, effectively resulting in a genetic logic-AND gate. Evolution of microbes and viruses: University of Groningen staff: Culture history and population heterogeneity bacteri determinants of bacterial adaptation: Bistability and biofilm formation in Bacillus subtilis.

Genome-wide hypermutation in a subpopulation of stationary-phase cells underlies recombination-dependent adaptive mutation.

Bet-hedging and epigenetic inheritance in bacterial cell development.