'Glutamine(amide):2-oxoglutarate amino transferase oxido-reductase (NADP); an enzyme involved in the synthesis of glutamate by some bacteria.

@article{Meers1970Glutamineamide2oxoglutarateAT,
  title={'Glutamine(amide):2-oxoglutarate amino transferase oxido-reductase (NADP); an enzyme involved in the synthesis of glutamate by some bacteria.},
  author={J L Meers and David W. Tempest and Cheri M Brown},
  journal={Journal of general microbiology},
  year={1970},
  volume={64 2},
  pages={
          187-94
        }
}
Ammonia-limited Aerobacter aerogenes, Erwinia carotovora, Pseudomonas jluorescens, Bacillus subtilis and B. megaterium synthesized glutamate from NH, and a-oxoglutarate by a process that involved first the synthesis of glutamine and then the reductive transfer of the glutamine amide-nitrogen to the a-position of a-oxoglutarate. The latter step required the recently reported enzyme ‘ glutamine(amide) : a-oxoglutarate amino-transferase oxido-reductase (NADP) ’, some further properties of which… CONTINUE READING

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