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<b>Deciphering the NH4-TnrA relationship</b>
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1. SubtiWiki, http://subtiwiki.uni-goettingen.de/wiki/index.php
 
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2. K. Gunka, F.M. Commichau, “Control of glutamate homeostasis in Bacillus subtilis: a complex interplay between ammonium assimilation, glutamate biosynthesis and degradation,” Molecular Biology, under review (2012).
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1. SubtiWiki, http://subtiwiki.uni-goettingen.de/wiki/index.php
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3. N.A. Doroshchuk, M.S. Gelfand, D.A. Rodlanov, “Regulation of Nitrogen Metabolism in Gram-Positive Bacteria,” Molecular Biology, vol. 40(5), pp. 829-836, (2006).
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2. K. Gunka, F.M. Commichau, “Control of glutamate homeostasis in Bacillus subtilis: a complex interplay between ammonium assimilation, glutamate biosynthesis and degradation,” Molecular Biology, under review (2012).
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4. Study Guide, Chem153C, University of California, Los Angeles.
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3. N.A. Doroshchuk, M.S. Gelfand, D.A. Rodlanov, “Regulation of Nitrogen Metabolism in Gram-Positive Bacteria,” Molecular Biology, vol. 40(5), pp. 829-836, (2006).
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http://vohweb.chem.ucla.edu/voh/classes%5Cspring10%5C153CID28%5C11AminoAcidBiosynthesisSQA.pdf
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4. Study Guide, Chem153C, University of California, Los Angeles.
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http://vohweb.chem.ucla.edu/voh/classes%5Cspring10%5C153CID28%5C11AminoAcidBiosynthesisSQA.pdf
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Deciphering the NH4-TnrA relationship

1. SubtiWiki, http://subtiwiki.uni-goettingen.de/wiki/index.php
2. K. Gunka, F.M. Commichau, “Control of glutamate homeostasis in Bacillus subtilis: a complex interplay between ammonium assimilation, glutamate biosynthesis and degradation,” Molecular Biology, under review (2012).
3. N.A. Doroshchuk, M.S. Gelfand, D.A. Rodlanov, “Regulation of Nitrogen Metabolism in Gram-Positive Bacteria,” Molecular Biology, vol. 40(5), pp. 829-836, (2006).
4. Study Guide, Chem153C, University of California, Los Angeles.
http://vohweb.chem.ucla.edu/voh/classes%5Cspring10%5C153CID28%5C11AminoAcidBiosynthesisSQA.pdf
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