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Metabolism of D-arabinose by Aerobacter aerogenes: purification of the isomerase.
In Aerobacter aerogenes, the mutational event permitting the utilization of d-arabinose as a source of carbon and energy is a regulatory mutation resulting in the constitutive synthesis of certainExpand
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Enzyme activity in cryobiological systems. II. Identification of cold-stable glyceraldehydephosphate dehydrogenases in certain invertebrates.
Abstract Glyceraldehydephosphate dehydrogenases (GPDHs) purified from a number of sources were examined for their resistance to inactivation at 0 °C by adenosine triphosphate (ATP). In contrast toExpand
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Growth of Aerobacter aerogenes on D-arabinose: origin of the enzyme activities.
Mutants of Aerobacter aerogenes can be selected which are capable of utilizing d-arabinose as a sole source of carbon and energy for growth. Mutants can also be selected which are capable of usingExpand
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Regulation of pentitol metabolism by aerobacter aerogenes. II. Induction of the ribitol pathway.
The incubation of Aerobacter aerogenes PRL-R3 with ribitol resulted in the induction of ribitol dehydrogenase and d-ribulokinase, coordinately controlled enzymes of the pathway of ribitol catabolism.Expand
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D-Ribulose production by a mutant of Aerobacter aerogens.
Abstract A mutant of Aerobacter aerogenes which is ribitol dehydrogenase constitutive and d -ribulokinase deficient has been utilized for the oxidation of ribitol to d -ribulose. The yield of dExpand
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Enzyme activity in cryobiological systems. 3. Low-temperature properties of honeybee glyceraldehydephosphate dehydrogenase.
Abstract Certain properties of honeybee and rabbit muscle GPDHs have been examined in vitro. While incubation of rabbit muscle GPDH at 0 °C in the presence of 4 m m ATP results in its dissociation,Expand
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Competitive inhibition of an L-fucose isomerase activity by dithiothreitol.
Abstract Dithiothreitol was found to be a competitive inhibitor for a purified L-fucose isomerase from Aerobacter aerogenes , inhibiting enzyme activity for the isomerization of both L-fucose andExpand
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