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A mycobacterial extracytoplasmic sigma factor involved in survival following heat shock and oxidative stress.
The alternative sigma factor SigH regulates major components of oxidative and heat stress responses in Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
Critical role of a single position in the -35 element for promoter recognition by Mycobacterium tuberculosis SigE and SigH.
A mycobacterial extracytoplasmic function sigma factor involved in survival following stress.
Transcription regulation by the Mycobacterium tuberculosis alternative sigma factor SigD and its role in virulence.
Mycobacterium tuberculosis SigM positively regulates Esx secreted protein and nonribosomal peptide synthetase genes and down regulates virulence-associated surface lipid synthesis.
Regulation of the SigH stress response regulon by an essential protein kinase in Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
The Mycobacterium tuberculosis extracytoplasmic-function sigma factor SigL regulates polyketide synthases and secreted or membrane proteins and is required for virulence.
Leaving on the lights: host-specific derepression of Mycobacterium tuberculosis gene expression by anti-sigma factor gene mutations.
Molecular basis of the defective heat stress response in Mycobacterium leprae.
RshA, an anti-sigma factor that regulates the activity of the mycobacterial stress response sigma factor SigH.
Comprehensive Definition of the SigH Regulon of Mycobacterium tuberculosis Reveals Transcriptional Control of Diverse Stress Responses.