Regulation and characterization of two inducible amino-acid transport systems in Chlorella vulgaris

@article{Sauer1983RegulationAC,
  title={Regulation and characterization of two inducible amino-acid transport systems in Chlorella vulgaris},
  author={Norbert Sauer and Ewald Komor and Widmar Tanner},
  journal={Planta},
  year={1983},
  volume={159},
  pages={404-410}
}
Glucose or non-metabolizable glucose analogues induce two amino-acid transport systems in Chlorella vulgaris: an arginine system (arginine and lysine) and a proline system (proline, glycine, alanine and serine). the same amino-acid transport systems are induced in the absence of glucose, when the cells are depleted of their nitrogen source as judged by a comparison of Km values and the lack of additive induction by the two treatments Changes in the concentration of neither internal free amino… CONTINUE READING