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AbstractAlthough cyanobacteria are oxygenic phototrophic organisms, they often thrive in environments that become periodically anoxic. This is particularly the case in the dark when photosynthetic oxygen evolution does not take place. Whereas cyanobacteria generally utilize endogenous storage...
AbstractOn the basis of the complete genome sequence of the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae, a computer-aided analysis was carried out of all members of the major facilitator superfamily (MFS), which typically consists of permeases with 12 transmembrane spans. Analysis of all 5885...
AbstractThe Calvin-Benson-Bassham cycle constitutes the principal route of CO2 assimilation in aerobic chemoautotrophic and in anaerobic phototrophic purple bacteria. Most of the enzymes of the cycle are found to be encoded by cbb genes. Despite some conservation of the internal gene arrangement...
AbstractIn bacteria, two categories of specialised recombination promote a variety of DNA rearrangements. Transposition is the process by which genetic elements move between different locations of the genome, whereas site-specific recombination is a reaction in which DNA strands are broken and...
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