temperature – temperature

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37.0 (C)
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Comments M. genitalium grows optimally at the internal temperature of its human host, 37°C [PUB_0565, PUB_0566 pp 29]. Heat represses HrcA transription factor leading to derepression of heat-shock proteins including chaperones and chaperonins [PUB_0186, PUB_0418, PUB_0419, PUB_0433].
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