Reversal by pyruvate of fluoride inhibition in Aspergillus terreus

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M LAL & P M BHARGAVA

Published in: Biochimica Biophysica Acta, 1962, 58, 628-630.

Abstract:

The Embden-Meyerhof reactions appear to represent the major pathway for the dissimilation of glucose in Aspergillus terreus1. In strains producing itaconic acid, fluoride has been shown to inhibit the utilisation of glucose as well as the formation of itaconic acid1, 2. In this communication we describe some unusual phenomena associated with fluoride inhibition in one such strain, Asp. terreus NRRL 265.

PMID: 14461673

Keywords:
Aspergillus/pharmacology
Fluorides/antagonists & inhibitors
Pyruvates/pharmacology

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Reversal by pyruvate of fluoride inhibition in Aspergillus terreus. M LAL & P M BHARGAVA. Biochimica Biophysica Acta, 1962, 58, 628-630.

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