The incongruent gelatinase genotype and phenotype in Enterococcus faecalis are due to shutting off the ability to respond to the gelatinase biosynthesis-activating pheromone (GBAP) quorum-sensing signal

Neuza Teixeira, Sofia Santos, Paulo Marujo, Ryoji Yokohata, Vijayalakshmi S. Iyer, Jiro Nakayama, Lynn E. Hancock, Pascale Serror, Maria de Fátima Silva Lopes Lopes

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