The Role of Enzyme Inactivation in the Regulation of Glutamine Synthesis in Yeast: in vivo Studies Using 15NH3
Studies using isotopically-labelled ammonia have shown that in the yeast, Candida utilis, almost all the ammonia assimilated enters into two compounds, glutamate and glutamine (Figure 1).
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