PMID: 8150265Feb 15, 1994

Role of the phosphotransferase system in Escherichia coli strains deficient in hexose phosphate transport

FEMS Microbiology Letters
Valérie Dumay, Martine Crasnier

Abstract

In Escherichia coli, glucose 6-phosphate is transported via the Uhp system which is inducible by glucose 6-phosphate. We showed that, in a uhp-deficient strain, glucose 6-phosphate was dephosphorylated in the periplasm and that the resulting glucose was subsequently transported into the cells via the phosphotransferase system. The uptake of glucose generated from glucose 6-phosphate allowed the bacteria to produce an increased level of cAMP compared to cells grown on non-limiting concentrations of glucose.

References

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Citations

Jun 27, 1998·Molecular Microbiology·B M HogemaPieter W Postma

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