Sugar Lego: gene composition of bacterial carbohydrate metabolism genomic loci

@inproceedings{Kaznadzey2017SugarLG,
  title={Sugar Lego: gene composition of bacterial carbohydrate metabolism genomic loci},
  author={Anna Kaznadzey and Pavel V Shelyakin and Mikhail S. Gelfand},
  booktitle={Biology Direct},
  year={2017}
}
BackgroundBacterial carbohydrate metabolism is extremely diverse, since carbohydrates serve as a major energy source and are involved in a variety of cellular processes. Bacterial genes belonging to same metabolic pathway are often co-localized in the chromosome, but it is not a strict rule. Gene co-localization in linked to co-evolution and co-regulation. This study focuses on a large-scale analysis of bacterial genomic loci related to the carbohydrate metabolism.ResultsWe demonstrate that… CONTINUE READING
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