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Catabolite repression (CR) of xylose utilization by Bacillus subtilis involves a 14-bp cis-acting element (CRE) located in the translated region of the gene encoding xylose isomerase (xylA).(More)
A crude protein extract of Bacillus subtilis W23 contains a sequence-specific DNA binding activity for the xyl operator as detected by the gel mobility shift assay. A xylR determinant encoded on a(More)
The Bacillus subtilis xyl operon encoding enzymes for xylose utilization is repressed in the absence of xylose and in the presence of glucose. Transcriptional fusions of spoVG-lacZ to this operon(More)
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