The Role of Periplasmic Proteins and Outer Membrane Receptors in the Process of Active Transport in E. coli

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Summary

Two types of proteins are discussed in their role of facilitating the transport of maltose and sn-glycerol-3-phosphate in Escherichia coli. The first protein is the receptor for phage λ, known to be an outer membrane protein. By facilitating the diffusion of maltose and the higher maltodextrins through the outer membrane the effect of the X receptor is to decrease the Km of the transport system without influencing the Vmax of substrate flux.

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Starch Glycerol Tryptophan Streptomyces Succinate 

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