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IronTransport inStreptomyces pilosus Mediated byFerrichrome Siderophores, Rhodotorulic Acid, andEnantio-Rhodotorulic Acidt

@inproceedings{Muller1984IronTransportIP,
  title={IronTransport inStreptomyces pilosus Mediated byFerrichrome Siderophores, Rhodotorulic Acid, andEnantio-Rhodotorulic Acidt},
  author={G. Muller},
  year={1984}
}
  • G. Muller
  • Published 1984
  • Chemistry
  • Streptomyces pilosus isoneofseveral microbes whichproduce ferrioxamine siderophores. Intheaccompanyingpaper (G.MullerandK. Raymond,J.Bacteriol. 160:304-312), themechanismofironuptake mediated bytheendogenous ferrioxamines B,DI,D2,andE was examined. Herewe report irontransport behavior inS.pilosus asmediated bytheexogenoussiderophores ferrichrome, ferrichrysin, rhodotorulic acid (RA),andsynthetic enantio-RA. Ineachcaseironacquisition depended on metabolic energyandhaduptake ratescomparable… CONTINUE READING

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