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xylN  -  xylN

Pseudomonas putida

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Disease relevance of xylN


High impact information on xylN

  • The apparent K(s) value for the oxidation of m-xylene in intact cells of the xylN mutant was fourfold higher than that of the wild-type strain, although the TOL catabolic enzyme activities in cell extracts from the two strains were almost identical [1].
  • In contrast, most of the DNA between xylC and xylN consists of coding sequences [2].
  • The last gene of this operon is xylN, which synthesizes a 52-kilodalton polypeptide of unknown function [2].

Associations of xylN with chemical compounds


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