E-GEOD-11187 - Global consequences of phosphatidylcholine reduction in Bradyrhizobium japonicum
Released on 17 April 2008, last updated on 27 March 2012
Analysis of a Bradyrhizobium japonicum pmtA mutant. PmtA catalyzes the first of three consecutive methylation reactions leading to phosphatidylcholine (PC) formation in B. japonicum. Disruption of the pmtA gene results in a significantly reduced PC content causing a defect in symbiosis with the soybean host. This study provides the first insight into global transcriptomic changes of a bacterial phosphatidylcholine biosynthesis mutant. Cells of the pmtA mutant and the wild type were grown to mid-exponential phase in full medium (PSY) under aerobic culture conditions. Keywords: genetic modification Comparative analyis of the B. japonicum pmtA mutant and the wild type grown under aerobic culture conditions.
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Stefan Zoller <email@example.com>, A Lindemann, F Narberhaus, G Pessi, H Hennecke, H.M Fischer, S Hacker, S Mesa
Global consequences of phosphatidylcholine reduction in Bradyrhizobium japonicum. Hacker S, Gödeke J, Lindemann A, Mesa S, Pessi G, Narberhaus F. , Europe PMC 18446372