acetyl phosphate


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a·ce·tyl phos·phate

a "high-energy" phosphate that acts as an acetyl donor in the metabolism of various bacteria.
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The conversion of acetyl-CoA is firstly occurred into acetyl phosphate which is converted into acetate.
Pruess's lab showed biofilm formation by an Escherichia coli K-12 strain was high on carbon sources that are metabolized to acetylcoenzyme A, acetyl phosphate or acetate.
4:00 DOES INDUCIBLE ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE IN ESCHERICHIA COLI K12 INVOLVE THE ACETYL PHOSPHATE PATHWAY?