Reporter systems have a diverse array of applications in the basic and applied sciences.
In microbiological research, reporter systems have served in the analysis of gene expression, protein-protein interactions, microbial quantification and detection, host-pathogen interactions, drug discovery, and food testing. Consequently, the implementation of these transgenic microorganisms has considerably enhanced our knowledge of microbial transcriptomics, proteomics, and pathogenesis, with significant implications in the development and evaluation of novel therapeutics and quality control assays. This white paper from ATCC highlights the reporters commonly used in microbiological research and details the various applications of reporter-labeled strains.
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