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Abstract

The metabolic pathway for the reduction and incorporation of sulphate in strain NCIB 8944 has been elucidated and the control and regulation of the pathway is reported. Several enzymes of the sulphate metabolic pathway have been assayed in grown on different substrates. In addition, several enzymes have been purified and inhibitor studies conducted on them. Cysteine plays a primary role in the control of sulphur metabolism in .

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