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Evidence of active glucose uptake in rhizobium meliloti

, : Evidence of active glucose uptake in rhizobium meliloti. Annales de l'Institut Pasteur Microbiology 136A(2): 261-270

R. meliloti M5N1 showed immediate uptake of glucose. Glucose accumulation was a saturable function of the glucose concentration, and Km and Vmax values for uptake were determined. The glucose uptake system was found to be proteic with a turnover of .apprx. 6 h. This system was observed to be an active ATP-dependent process, since it was severely inhibited by uncouplers. Glucose analogues and others hexoses had some inhibitory effects on glucose uptake, but not polyols and lactose.

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