Expression of extracellular phospholipase from Serratia liquefaciens is growth-phase-dependent, catabolite-repressed and regulated by anaerobiosis.

@article{Givskov1992ExpressionOE,
  title={Expression of extracellular phospholipase from Serratia liquefaciens is growth-phase-dependent, catabolite-repressed and regulated by anaerobiosis.},
  author={Michael C Givskov and Soeren Molin},
  journal={Molecular microbiology},
  year={1992},
  volume={6 10},
  pages={1363-74}
}
Many members of the genus Serratia synthesize and excrete a number of extracellular hydrolytic enzymes. One of these is the phospholipase A1 from Serratia liquefaciens, the expression of which is growth-phase-dependent. Through the use of gene fusions and primer extension analysis we show that the expression of phospholipase is subject to positive transcriptional regulation of a dual promoter system; one promoter positioned approximately 600bp upstream from the phlA gene is responsible for the… CONTINUE READING

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