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Regulation of l cysteine biosynthesis in salmonella typhimurium part 1 effects of growth on varying sulfur sources and o acetyl l serine on gene expression

, : Regulation of l cysteine biosynthesis in salmonella typhimurium part 1 effects of growth on varying sulfur sources and o acetyl l serine on gene expression. Journal of Biological Chemistry 246(11): 3474-3484

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Kredich, N.M., 1971: Regulation of L-cysteine biosynthesis in Salmonella typhimurium. I. Effects of growth of varying sulfur sources and O-acetyl-L-serine on gene expression. Journal of Biological Chemistry 246(11): 3474-3484

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