DecR is a regulator with an important role in cysteine detoxification. The absence of decR increases the inhibitory effect on bacterial growth caused by cysteine .
The presence of cysteine improves the interaction between DecR and the promoter region of the operon yhaOM, thereby causing activation .
DecR (YbaO) may have a role in Rob-mediated regulation . In a Salmonella enterica cutR mutant, E. coli ybaO restored cysteine-responsive regulation of the CdsH cysteine desulfhydrase .
decR is a member of the Rob regulon .
DecR: detoxification of cysteine regulator .
CutR: cysteine utilization regulator (in Salmonella enterica)  Read more >
|Connectivity class:||Local Regulator|
|Length:||459 bp / 152 aa|
|TU(s) encoding the TF:||