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serC  -  phosphoserine aminotransferase

Escherichia coli CFT073

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Disease relevance of serC


High impact information on serC


Chemical compound and disease context of serC

  • However, the serC-disrupted E. coli mutant grown in a minimal medium supplemented with L-serine and GA synthesized B6 at a level less than 20% of that synthesized by the wild type [1].
  • In contrast to E. coli, the serC-disrupted B. subtilis mutant required L-serine or glycine for growth, but did not require PN [1].

Biological context of serC


Associations of serC with chemical compounds

  • Some tetracycline-sensitive mutants of aroA554::Tn10 strains required serine and pyridoxine, indicating loss of serC function, and some that were found to be SerC- did not produce gas from glucose, indicating a loss of pfl function [7].
  • Mutants of the K-12 strain, however, reverted easily to pyridoxine independence without regaining activity in the 3-phosphoserine oxoglutarate transaminase coded for by the serC gene [5].


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