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||"Two-component systems are a common sensing motif in
bacteria that connect environmental signals to changes in
gene expression (Beier and Gross, 2006 Majdalani and
Gottesman, 2005). Bacteria have multiple two-component systems, many of which operate simultaneously (Escherichia coli has ~32) (primary source)."