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Bonfil, D.J., Department of Plant Sciences, Moshe Shilo Avron-Evenari Minerva C., 91904 Jerusalem, Israel
Ronen-Tarazi, M., Department of Plant Sciences, Moshe Shilo Avron-Evenari Minerva C., 91904 Jerusalem, Israel
Sültemeyer, D., Fachbereich Biologie, Univ. Kaiserslautern, Postfach 3049, D-67653 Kaiserslautern, Germany
Lieman-Hurwitz, J., Department of Plant Sciences, Moshe Shilo Avron-Evenari Minerva C., 91904 Jerusalem, Israel
Schatz, D., Department of Plant Sciences, Moshe Shilo Avron-Evenari Minerva C., 91904 Jerusalem, Israel
Kaplan, A., Department of Plant Sciences, Moshe Shilo Avron-Evenari Minerva C., 91904 Jerusalem, Israel
Cyanobacteria possess an inducible mechanism which enables them to concentrate inorganic carbon (Ci) within the cells. An inactivation library was used to raise the high-CO2-requiring mutant of Synechococcus PCC 7942, IL-2, impaired in HCO3/- transport. Analysis of the relevant genomic DNA detected several modifications, probably due to the single crossover recombination, leading to inactivation of ORF467 (designated ictB) in IL-2. IctB contains 10 trans-membrane regions and is homologous to several transport-related proteins from various organisms. Kinetic analyses of HCO3/- uptake in the wild type and IL-2 suggested the presence of two or three HCO3/- carriers exhibiting different affinities to HCO3/-.
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A putative HCO3/- transporter in the cyanobacterium Synechococcus sp. strain PCC 7942
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Bonfil, D.J., Department of Plant Sciences, Moshe Shilo Avron-Evenari Minerva C., 91904 Jerusalem, Israel
Ronen-Tarazi, M., Department of Plant Sciences, Moshe Shilo Avron-Evenari Minerva C., 91904 Jerusalem, Israel
Sültemeyer, D., Fachbereich Biologie, Univ. Kaiserslautern, Postfach 3049, D-67653 Kaiserslautern, Germany
Lieman-Hurwitz, J., Department of Plant Sciences, Moshe Shilo Avron-Evenari Minerva C., 91904 Jerusalem, Israel
Schatz, D., Department of Plant Sciences, Moshe Shilo Avron-Evenari Minerva C., 91904 Jerusalem, Israel
Kaplan, A., Department of Plant Sciences, Moshe Shilo Avron-Evenari Minerva C., 91904 Jerusalem, Israel
A putative HCO3/- transporter in the cyanobacterium Synechococcus sp. strain PCC 7942
Cyanobacteria possess an inducible mechanism which enables them to concentrate inorganic carbon (Ci) within the cells. An inactivation library was used to raise the high-CO2-requiring mutant of Synechococcus PCC 7942, IL-2, impaired in HCO3/- transport. Analysis of the relevant genomic DNA detected several modifications, probably due to the single crossover recombination, leading to inactivation of ORF467 (designated ictB) in IL-2. IctB contains 10 trans-membrane regions and is homologous to several transport-related proteins from various organisms. Kinetic analyses of HCO3/- uptake in the wild type and IL-2 suggested the presence of two or three HCO3/- carriers exhibiting different affinities to HCO3/-.
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