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Membrane and secretory protein production in Escherichia coli requires precisely controlled production rates to avoid the… Expand ABSTRACT Rhamnose catabolism in Rhizobium leguminosarum was found to be necessary for the ability of the organism to compete for… Expand ABSTRACT In Rhizobium leguminosarum the ABC transporter responsible for rhamnose transport is dependent on RhaK, a sugar kinase… Expand ABSTRACT Strains of Rhizobium leguminosarum which are unable to catabolize l-rhamnose, a methyl-pentose sugar, are compromised in… Expand ABSTRACT The RhaS and RhaR proteins are transcription activators that respond to the availability of l-rhamnose and activate… Expand 1. An alkaline pH change occurred when L-rhamnose, L-mannose or L-lyxose was added to L-rhamnose-grown energy-depleted… Expand A L-rhamnose transport-negative strain of Escherichia coli was generated by Mu d(ApR,lac)I mutagenesis. This strain was used to… Expand Escherichia coli cannot grow on L-lyxose, a pentose analog of the 6-deoxyhexose L-rhamnose, which supports the growth of this and… Expand Rhamnose utilization requires the function of a specific rhamnose transport system. Rhamnose transport mutants have been isolated… Expand Abstract Phosphoenolpyruvate: hexose phosphotransferase-negative mutants of Arthrobacterpyridinolis fail to grow on l -rhamnose… Expand