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  • The purpose of this project is to study which methyl-accepting chemotaxis proteins (MCPs) are related to chemotaxis of Vibrio cholerae. 44 MCP mutant strains were tested in seven different chemoattractants and the resulting swarm circle size was compared to that of C6706 lac-Z wildtype. Several genes were identified that resulted in a significantly different phenotype compared to the wildtype, suggesting that these genes are involved in sensing and motility in response to these chemicals. Some of the genes, specifically ∆VC 1405, ∆VC 1406, and ∆VCA 1031, were involved in movement in several of the chemoattractants, suggesting that these genes may be related to general motility of V. cholerae.
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