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Abstract

Transport of radioactively labelled peptides has been used to characterize a common transport system for di- and tripeptides in This permease is energy-dependent and has a requirement for -amino acid residues, an α-linkage between residues and a free amino terminus. Transport was followed by the accumulation inside the cell of intact peptides and component amino acids. After transport of glycyl-[U-C]phenylalanine the radioactive material was accumulated inside the cell and subsequently leaked into the medium under certain conditions.

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