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Abstract

SUMMARY: Low concentrations of urea, which did not inhibit the synthesis of the catabolite nonrepressible enzyme alkaline phosphatase in , or markedly affect its overall growth, specifically inhibited the expression of the tryptophanase operon in a temperature-dependent manner. However, in contrast to what is found in , this urea-induced inhibition of tryptophanase synthesis in could be almost completely relieved by exogenously added cyclic AMP. The possible mechanism of the process is discussed.

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1987-11-01
2019-12-06
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