Julia Strösser

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P(II)-type signal transduction proteins play a central role in nitrogen regulation in many bacteria. In response to the intracellular nitrogen status, these proteins are rendered in their function and interaction with other proteins by modification/demodification events, e.g. by phosphorylation or uridylylation. In this study, we show that GlnK, the only(More)
AmtR, the master regulator of nitrogen control in Corynebacterium glutamicum, represses transcription of a number of genes during nitrogen surplus. Repression is released by an interaction of AmtR with signal transduction protein GlnK. As shown by pull-down assays and gel retardation experiments, only adenylylated GlnK, which is present in the cells during(More)
The effects of a deletion of the amtR gene, encoding the master regulator of nitrogen control in Corynebacterium glutamicum, were investigated by metabolome and transcriptome analyses. Compared to the wild type, different metabolite patterns were observed in respect to glycolysis, pentose phosphate pathway, citric acid cycle, and most amino acid pools. Not(More)
The influence of glutamate dehydrogenase activity on nitrogen regulation in Corynebacterium glutamicum was investigated. As shown by RNA hybridization experiments deletion of the gdh gene results in a rearrangement of nitrogen metabolism. Even when sufficiently supplied with nitrogen sources, a gdh deletion strain showed the typical nitrogen starvation(More)
Adenylyltransferases regulate glutamine synthetase activity in enterobacteria and actinomycetes such as Streptomyces coelicolor, Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Corynebacterium glutamicum. In this study the effects of a mutation of the glnE gene, coding for adenylyltransferase, on transcriptome and metabolome profiles of C. glutamicum was investigated. As(More)
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