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and were examined for the presence of the enzymes of the phosphoenolpyruvate:sugar phosphotransferase system (PTS). All three species were shown to possess Enzyme I, HPr and fructose-specific Enzyme II (II) activities. In and , all three PTS enzymes were fructose-inducible, but in the system was expressed constitutively. These organisms apparently lack the HPr(Ser) kinase and HPr(Ser-P) phosphatase that characterize low-GC Gram-positive bacteria.

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