PMID: 3038843Aug 1, 1987Paper

Identification of uhp polypeptides and evidence for their role in exogenous induction of the sugar phosphate transport system of Escherichia coli K-12

Journal of Bacteriology
L A Weston, R J Kadner

Abstract

Cells of Escherichia coli possess a transport system that catalyzes the accumulation, in unaltered form, of a variety of sugar phosphates. Induction of the transport activity occurs in response to external glucose 6-phosphate and does not require detectable entry of this inducer. To define the genes that encode the Uhp transport system and those that mediate its exogenous induction, transposon insertions were isolated and mapped within a 6.5-kilobase HindIII-BamHI fragment that carries the entire uhp region. The transposon insertions were transferred by homologous recombination onto the chromosome to test their effect on Uhp expression when all genes were present in single copy number. The complementation behavior of plasmids carrying the insertions or subcloned fragments of the region was compared with their polypeptide coding capacity in maxicells. These studies defined three uhp regulatory genes (uhpABC), all of which are necessary for expression of the uhpT gene, which encodes the transporter. The products of uhpB and uhpC are not required when uhpA is present on a multicopy plasmid. The four genes, uhpA, uhpB, uhpC, and uhpT, are transcribed in the same direction, and their products have apparent molecular weights of 25,00...Continue Reading

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