amino-acid betaine catabolic process
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ABSTRACT Sarcosine (N-methylglycine) is present in many environments inhabited by pseudomonads and is likely most often… Expand The Sporomusa genus comprises anaerobic spore-forming acetogenic bacteria that stain Gram-negative. Sporomusa species typically… Expand ABSTRACT Through the use of genetic, enzymatic, metabolomic, and structural analyses, we have discovered the catabolic pathway… Expand Pseudomonas aeruginosa can acquire and metabolize a variety of molecules including choline, an abundant host-derived molecule. In… Expand ABSTRACT Many bacteria can accumulate glycine betaine for osmoprotection and catabolize it as a growth substrate, but how they… Expand ABSTRACT Glycine betaine (GB), which occurs freely in the environment and is an intermediate in the catabolism of choline and… Expand Glycine betaine (GB) and its immediate precursors choline and carnitine, dimethylsulfonioacetate, dimethylsulfoniopropionate… Expand ABSTRACT Methionine is produced by methylation of homocysteine. Sinorhizobium meliloti 102F34 possesses only one methionine… Expand The nucleotide sequences of two cloned DNA fragments containing the structural genes of heterotetrameric sarcosine oxidase… Expand Rhizobium meliloti is known to use betaines synthesized by its host, Medicago sativa, as osmoprotectants and sources of energy… Expand