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Abstract

SUMMARY: Using the agar diffusion test of Zähner (1960), it was demonstrated that bacilysin and a variety of di- and tri-l-peptides compete with each other for uptake into . Several di- and tripeptides containing l-phenylalanine produced transient growth inhibition of NCTC 6571, but not of bacilysin-resistant mutants. The results confirm that the major peptide transport system in recognizes both di- and tripeptides as substrates.

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1981-06-01
2020-01-22
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