Subsystem: p-Aminobenzoyl-Glutamate Utilization

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Literature ReferencesCharacterization of mutations that allow p-aminobenzoyl-glutamate utilization by Escherichia coli. Hussein MJ Journal of bacteriology 1998 Dec9829935
Escherichia coli abg genes enable uptake and cleavage of the folate catabolite p-aminobenzoyl-glutamate. Carter EL Journal of bacteriology 2007 May17307853
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The basis of this subsystem is the following paper:


J. Bact, May, 2007:

Escherichia coli abg Genes Enable Uptake and Cleavage of the Folate
Catabolite p-Aminobenzoyl-Glutamate,

by Eric L. Carter, Lindsey Jager, Lars Gardner, Christel C. Hall, Stacey Willis, and Jacalyn M. Green
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The authors of this paper have varified in Escherichia coli K12 that the substrate
p-aminobenzoyle-glutamate is one substrate, but they suspect that it may be a
secondary substrate. Hence, these functional roles should all be viewed as tentative.

Note that in Escherichia coli O157:H7 EDL933 (155864.1) we have an insertion (IS element) into the aminobenzole transport protein