Shane Gallegos

  • Shane Gallegos posted an update 6 months ago

    Teria. This pathway consists of a catechol branch (cat) and protocatechuate branch (pca). The pca genes in P. putida DOT-T1E are arranged in 3 operons [pcaRKFTBDC (T1E_0230 by means of T1E_0238), pcaGH (T1E_0829 and T1E_830), pcaJI (T1E_2058 and T1E_2059)], as is also the case in other P. putida and P. syringae strains (Fig. S5). The cat genes…[Read more]

  • Shane Gallegos posted an update 6 months ago

    putida DOT-T1E are arranged in 3 operons [pcaRKFTBDC (T1E_0230 by way of T1E_0238), pcaGH (T1E_0829 and T1E_830), pcaJI (T1E_2058 and T1E_2059)], as can also be the case in other P. putida and P. syringae strains (Fig. S5). The cat genes encode the proteins accountable for catechol degradation and are organized in two clusters [catRBCA (T1E_5502…[Read more]

  • Shane Gallegos posted an update 6 months ago

    Teria. This pathway consists of a catechol branch (cat) and protocatechuate branch (pca). The pca genes in P. putida DOT-T1E are arranged in 3 operons [pcaRKFTBDC (T1E_0230 via T1E_0238), pcaGH (T1E_0829 and T1E_830), pcaJI (T1E_2058 and T1E_2059)], as is also the case in other P. putida and P. syringae strains (Fig. S5). The cat genes encode the…[Read more]

  • putida DOT-T1E are arranged in three operons [pcaRKFTBDC (T1E_0230 by way of T1E_0238), pcaGH (T1E_0829 and T1E_830), pcaJI (T1E_2058 and T1E_2059)], as is also the case in other P. putida and P. syringae strains (Fig. S5). The cat genes encode the proteins accountable for catechol degradation and are organized in two clusters [catRBCA (T1E_5502…[Read more]

  • This pathway consists of a catechol branch (cat) and protocatechuate branch (pca). The pca genes in P. putida DOT-T1E are arranged in 3 operons [pcaRKFTBDC (T1E_0230 through T1E_0238), pcaGH (T1E_0829 and T1E_830), pcaJI (T1E_2058 and T1E_2059)], as can also be the case in other P. putida and P. syringae strains (Fig. S5). The cat genes encode the…[Read more]

  • Teria. This pathway consists of a catechol branch (cat) and protocatechuate branch (pca). The pca genes in P. putida DOT-T1E are arranged in three operons [pcaRKFTBDC (T1E_0230 through T1E_0238), pcaGH (T1E_0829 and T1E_830), pcaJI (T1E_2058 and T1E_2059)], as can also be the case in other P. putida and P. syringae strains (Fig. S5). The cat genes…[Read more]

  • Teria. This pathway consists of a catechol branch (cat) and protocatechuate branch (pca). The pca genes in P. putida Butein dose DOT-T1E are arranged in 3 operons [pcaRKFTBDC (T1E_0230 by means of T1E_0238), pcaGH (T1E_0829 and T1E_830), pcaJI (T1E_2058 and T1E_2059)], as can also be the case in other P. putida and P. syringae strains (Fig. S5).…[Read more]

  • Teria. This pathway consists of a catechol branch (cat) and protocatechuate branch (pca). The pca genes in P. putida DOT-T1E are arranged in three operons [pcaRKFTBDC (T1E_0230 by means of T1E_0238), pcaGH (T1E_0829 and T1E_830), pcaJI (T1E_2058 and T1E_2059)], as can also be the case in other P. putida and P. syringae strains (Fig. S5). The cat…[Read more]

  • S the complement of genes for utilization of urea either via direct conversion to ammonia (T1E_4304 by way of T1E_4306, ureABC) or via conversion 1st to urea-1-carboxylate (T1E_3118 by way of and 3809) and after that conversion to ammonia (T1E_3119 and T1E_3808) (Fig. 4). Particulars for the utilization of D- and L-amino acids as N sources have…[Read more]

  • putida DOT-T1E are arranged in three operons [pcaRKFTBDC (T1E_0230 through T1E_0238), pcaGH (T1E_0829 and T1E_830), pcaJI (T1E_2058 and T1E_2059)], as can also be the case in other P. putida and P. syringae strains (Fig. S5). The cat genes encode the proteins responsible for catechol degradation and are organized in two clusters [catRBCA (T1E_5502…[Read more]

  • S the complement of genes for utilization of urea either by means of direct conversion to ammonia (T1E_4304 by way of T1E_4306, ureABC) or through conversion 1st to urea-1-carboxylate (T1E_3118 by means of and 3809) then conversion to ammonia (T1E_3119 and T1E_3808) (Fig. four). Details for the utilization of D- and L-amino acids as N sources were…[Read more]

  • The pca genes in P. putida DOT-T1E are arranged in three operons [pcaRKFTBDC (T1E_0230 via T1E_0238), pcaGH (T1E_0829 and T1E_830), pcaJI (T1E_2058 and T1E_2059)], as is also the case in other P. putida and P. syringae strains (Fig. S5). The cat genes encode the proteins responsible for catechol degradation and are organized in two clusters…[Read more]

  • This pathway consists of a catechol branch (cat) and protocatechuate branch (pca). The pca genes in P. putida DOT-T1E are arranged in 3 operons [pcaRKFTBDC (T1E_0230 via T1E_0238), pcaGH (T1E_0829 and T1E_830), pcaJI (T1E_2058 and T1E_2059)], as is also the case in other P. putida and P. syringae strains (Fig. S5). The cat genes encode the…[Read more]

  • S the complement of genes for utilization of urea either by means of direct conversion to ammonia (T1E_4304 by means of T1E_4306, ureABC) or by way of conversion initially to urea-1-carboxylate (T1E_3118 by means of and 3809) and after that conversion to ammonia (T1E_3119 and T1E_3808) (Fig. four). Facts for the utilization of D- and L-amino acids…[Read more]

  • This pathway consists of a catechol branch (cat) and protocatechuate branch (pca). The pca genes in P. putida DOT-T1E are arranged in 3 operons [pcaRKFTBDC (T1E_0230 via T1E_0238), pcaGH (T1E_0829 and T1E_830), pcaJI (T1E_2058 and T1E_2059)], as is also the case in other P. putida and P. syringae strains (Fig. S5). The cat genes encode the…[Read more]

  • S the complement of genes for utilization of urea either Trochol web through direct conversion to ammonia (T1E_4304 through T1E_4306, ureABC) or through conversion first to urea-1-carboxylate (T1E_3118 via and 3809) after which conversion to ammonia (T1E_3119 and T1E_3808) (Fig. Details for the utilization of D- and L-amino acids as N sources had…[Read more]

  • This pathway consists of a catechol branch (cat) and protocatechuate branch (pca). The pca genes in P. putida DOT-T1E are arranged in 3 operons [pcaRKFTBDC (T1E_0230 via T1E_0238), pcaGH (T1E_0829 and T1E_830), pcaJI (T1E_2058 and T1E_2059)], as is also the case in other P. putida and P. syringae strains (Fig. S5). The cat genes encode the…[Read more]

  • S the complement of genes for utilization of urea either by means of direct conversion to ammonia (T1E_4304 by way of T1E_4306, ureABC) or via conversion very first to urea-1-carboxylate (T1E_3118 by means of and 3809) after which conversion to ammonia (T1E_3119 and T1E_3808) (Fig. four). Particulars for the utilization of D- and L-amino acids as…[Read more]

  • Facts for the utilization of D- and L-amino acids as N sources were published by Daniels and colleagues (2010). It was identified that the wild-type DOT-T1E strain was in a position to use a number of either D- or L-amino acids (i.e. D-ornithine, D-alanine, D-arginine, D-asparagine, D-lysine and D-valine), dipeptides, ethanolamine, and adenine as…[Read more]

  • Teria. This pathway consists of a catechol branch (cat) and protocatechuate branch (pca). The pca genes in P. putida DOT-T1E are arranged in 3 operons [pcaRKFTBDC (T1E_0230 by means of T1E_0238), pcaGH (T1E_0829 and T1E_830), pcaJI (T1E_2058 and T1E_2059)], as can also be the case in other P. putida and P. syringae strains (Fig. S5). The cat genes…[Read more]

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