Alternate microbial strategies for the metabolism of a 3-methyl branched alkanoic acid View Full Text


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DATE

1980-05

AUTHORS

Edward P. Lau, Kenneth M. Gibson, R. Ray Fall

ABSTRACT

The branched alkanoic acid, 3-methylvaleric acid (3-MVA), was used to test the effect of a β-methyl branch on short chain alkanoic acid biodegradability by various bacteria. Most of the bacteria tested were able to usen-valeric acid as sole carbon source but were unable to assimilate 3-MVA. Three bacterial strains capable of growth on 3-MVA are described here because they exemplify metabolism of the branched compound via different strategies.Pseudomonas citronellolis used a β-methyl activation sequence involving CO2 fixation, analogous to that seen in the isovalerate pathway. AMycobacterium sp. used an α-oxidation sequence to convert 3-MVA to 2-methyl-butyrate, which was then assimilated via part of the isoleucine pathway. AnArthrobacter sp. metabolized 3-MVA via ω-oxidation to produce 3-methylglutarate that was degraded through the 3-hydroxy-3-methylglutarate pathway. More... »

PAGES

163-167

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TITLE

Current Microbiology

ISSUE

3

VOLUME

4

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/bf02602822

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02602822

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