Oxalate accumulation from citrate by Aspergillus niger. I. Biosynthesis of oxalate from its ultimate precursor.

@article{Mller1975OxalateAF,
  title={Oxalate accumulation from citrate by Aspergillus niger. I. Biosynthesis of oxalate from its ultimate precursor.},
  author={Holger M. M{\"u}ller},
  journal={Archives of microbiology},
  year={1975},
  volume={103 2},
  pages={185-9}
}
Carbon-14 was incorporated from citrate-1,5-14C, glyoxylate-14C(U), or glyoxylate-1-14C into oxalate by cultures of Aspergillus niger pregrown on a medium with glucose as the sole source of carbon. Glyoxylate-14C(U) was superior to glyoxylate-1-14C and citrate-1,5-14C as a source of incorporation. By addition of a great amount of citrate the accumulation of oxalate was accelerated and its maximum yield increased. In a cell-free extract from mycelium forming oxalate from citrate the enzyme… CONTINUE READING

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