Escherichia coli adenylate cyclase at

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Escherichia coli adenylate cyclase at is a review intended for higher education and researchers in the field.  It uses UniProtKB as a source for functional information on E. coli K12 proteins, and RCSB Protein Data Bank for biological macromolecular structures.  Some readers will find it helpful to read chapters consecutively as there is logic in their order.  Students worldwide are encouraged to ask questions or request additional information for further comprehension of the topic.

Introduction to CRP, the Cyclic AMP Receptor Protein of Escherichia coli, physiological effects

Chapter I: Discovery of cAMP and the phosphotransferase system

Chapter II: Regulations by the glucose specific IIA protein: cAMP levels and inducer exclusion

Chapter III: Regulation of adenylate cyclase by the fructose phosphotransferase system

Chapter IV: Regulation of adenylate cyclase by glucose 6-phosphate transport

Chapter V: The catalytic and regulatory domain of adenylate cyclase

Chapter VI: Characterization of adenylate cyclase mutants

Chapter VII: Purification of adenylate cyclase

As of March 2009 the Commentaries page was succeeded by the Comments section below

Comments: 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, Vcholerae, Diauxie

Escherichia coli adenylate cyclase at was supported by grant A-2006-00376 from the 'Reuben H. Fleet Foundation Fund' at 'The San Diego Foundation', Major Reuben H. Fleet