Quorum sensing peptide databases

Quorum sensing peptide databases In the past decade, a significant increase in interest in bacterial QS is noticed. The discovery of the QS-mediated virulence factor expression in many clinically relevant pathogens raised the idea of QS antagonist production. Blocking QS is now recognized as a viable approach for the development of novel antibiotics. Moreover, the increased antimicrobial resistance, due to e.g. the formation of a biofilm in which the micro-organisms are protected against antimicrobial chemotherapy and the immune system of the host, has called the attention to the QS system. Intriguingly, recent evidence indicates chemical communication not only between bacteria of different species but also between bacteria and host as well.
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