catabolite


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catabolite

 [kah-tab´o-līt]
a compound produced in catabolism.

ca·tab·o·lite

(kă-tab'ō-līt),
Any product of catabolism.

catabolite

(kə-tăb′ə-līt′)
n.
A substance produced by the process of catabolism.

ca·tab·o·lite

(kă-tab'ō-līt)
Any product of catabolism.

catabolite

a compound produced in catabolism.
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1996, Sequence-specific binding sites in the Taka-amylase A G2 promoter for the CreA repressor mediating carbon catabolite repression.
As corn cobs are rich in xylan and xylose, higher xylose concentration may cause feed back inhibition or catabolite repression.
The quantitative analysis of endogenous folate catabolites in human urine.
Colonies were selected with clear zones of dissolved xylan in toxic 2-DG presence as catabolite repressor on agar screening plates containing Rose Bengal.
Mycoparasitic interaction relieves binding of the Cre1 carbon catabolite repressor protein to promoter sequences of the ech42 (endochitinase-encoding) gene in Trichoderma harzianum.
This phenomenon is known as nitrogen catabolite repression (NCR).
Yao R, Shimizu K (2013) Recent progress in metabolic engineering for the production of biofuels and biochemicals from renewable sources with particular emphasis on catabolite regulation and its modulation.
I propose to do precisely this by expanding on discoveries I made during my studies of the role of the Trp catabolite 3-hydroxykynurenine in Huntington s Disease, wherein I took advantage of unique features of Drosophila physiology to identify a number of candidate Trp/Kyn transporter proteins.
In addition, the use of SSF for enzyme production has many advantages over submerged fermentation due to its simple technique, low capital investment, lower levels of catabolite repression and better product recovery (Considine et al.
It is due to carbon catabolite repression that resulted in a lower level of the enzyme being produced as reported by Pirt (1975).
Furthermore, pseudo-continuous fermentation in the co-culture system allows us to use a wide range of dilution rates and to prevent the diauxic kinetics caused by the xylose catabolite repression associated with S.