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Abstract

ATCC 27064 is unable to use glucose but has genes for a glucose permease () and a glucose kinase (). Transformation of 27064 with the gene with its own promoter results in a strain able to grow on glucose. The gene of encodes a 475 amino acid glucose permease with 12 transmembrane segments. GlcP is a functional protein when expressed from the promoter and complements two different glucose transport-negative mutants. Transcription studies indicate that the promoter is very weak and does not allow growth on glucose. These results suggest that initially contained a functional glucose permease gene, like most other species, and lost the expression of this gene by adaptation to glucose-poor habitats.

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