Reitzer, Lawrence J.
Lawrence Reitzer is a Professor of Biological Sciences and a Fellow of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His research interests include:
- The regulation of gene expression and metabolism in Escherichia coli and pathogenic bacteria paticularly their responses to environmental stresses,
- Analysis of the pathways of the catabolism of polyamines and their correlation to growth rates,
- The function of transaminases with respect to their broad specificity.
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Anaerobic Cysteine Degradation and Potential Metabolic Coordination in Salmonella Enterica and Escherichia Coli (2018-08-24)Salmonella enterica has two CyuR-activated enzymes that degrade cysteine, i.e., the aerobic CdsH and an unidentified anaerobic enzyme; Escherichia coli has only the latter. To identify the anaerobic enzyme, transcript ...