2-Naphthoate catabolic pathway in Burkholderia strain JT 1500

@article{Morawski19972NaphthoateCP,
  title={2-Naphthoate catabolic pathway in Burkholderia strain JT 1500},
  author={B Morawski and Richard W. Eaton and John Trevor Rossiter and Sun Guoping and Herfried Griengl and Douglas W. Ribbons},
  journal={Journal of Bacteriology},
  year={1997},
  volume={179},
  pages={115 - 121}
}
Burkholderia strain (JT 1500), able to use 2-naphthoate as the sole source of carbon, was isolated from soil. On the basis of growth characteristics, oxygen uptake experiments, enzyme assays, and detection of intermediates, a degradation pathway of 2-naphthoate is proposed. The features of this pathway are convergent with those for phenanthrene. We propose a pathway for the conversion of 2-naphthoate to 1 mol (each) of pyruvate, succinate, and acetyl coenzyme A and 2 mol of CO2. During growth… Expand
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