Purine Nucleoside Metabolism in Escherichia Coli
This manuscript will mainly deal with purine nucleoside metabolism, and I would like to stress that the organism studied is the enteric bacterium Escherichia coli with its natural habitat:the human rectum.
KeywordsAdenosine Deaminase Enteric Bacterium Purine Nucleoside Purine Nucleoside Phosphorylase Adenylosuccinate Lyase
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