An E. coli gene emrD is involved in adaptation to low energy shock.

@article{Naroditskaya1993AnEC,
  title={An E. coli gene emrD is involved in adaptation to low energy shock.},
  author={V Naroditskaya and M J Schlosser and N Y Fang and Kim Lewis},
  journal={Biochemical and biophysical research communications},
  year={1993},
  volume={196 2},
  pages={
          803-9
        }
}
E. coli adapt to uncouplers in the presence of a non-fermentable carbon source. Adaptation is accompanied by the restoration of the proton motive force and ATP. A collection of uncoupler-sensitive Tn,lacZ,kan fusion strains was obtained by ampicillin enrichment in the presence of TSA. One of the fusion strains was induced by uncouplers. The fusion gene emrD was mapped to min. 83.1, cloned and sequenced. EmrD is a member of the major facilitator family of pmf-dependent translocases and is… CONTINUE READING

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