Xylose catabolism by a mutant ofStreptomyces chrysomallus altered in the regulation of D-glucose isomerase.
Central Institute of Microbiology and Experimental Therapy, G.D.R. Academy of Sciences, DDR-6900, Jena, GDR.
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Dec 01, 1987
A mutant ofS. chrysomallus with a D-glucose isomerase inducible by D-glucose or its catabolites was characterized. In contrast to the wild-type strain it showed a decreased catabolite repression by D-glucose of D-xylose consumption and a constitutive pentose phosphate pathway as well. A hypothesis concerning altered induction pattern of its D-glucose isomerase is discussed.
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