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Nucleotide sequence of the glutamine synthetase gene and its controlling region from the acidophilic autotroph Thiobacillus ferrooxidans.

A 2089-bp chromosomal DNA segment containing the Thiobacillus ferrooxidans glnA gene has been sequenced. Putative glnAp1-type promoter sequences, a consensus ntrC-gene-product-binding site and a catabolite-activating protein consensus recognition sequence were detected upstream of the structural gene. The glnA gene was followed by a sequence resembling a Rho-independent termination sequence. The complete amino acid sequence (468 residues) of the glutamine synthetase (GS) has been deduced, and comparisons are made with reported amino acid sequences of GS from other organisms.[1]


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