In Escherichia coli, N-acetylglucosamine (nag) metabolism is joined to glycolysis via three specific enzymes that are the products of the nag operon. The three genes of the operon, nagA, nagB, and nagE, were found to be carried by a colicin plasmid, pLC5-21, from a genomic library of E. coli [Clarke, L., & Carbon, J. (1976) Cell (Cambridge, Mass.) 9,91-99… (More)
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