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  • E. coli benefits from indigestion ENG001 PAST PAPERS
    System for lactose metabolism. when only lactose is present ENG001 PAST PAPERS
    The system is on. Equally important for bacteria ENG001 PAST PAPERS
    is able to kill a group of certain enzymes. ENG001 PAST PAPERS
  • In response to the excessive accumulation of its final products.
    For example, if the amino acid tryptophan, the main component of protein, is sufficiently concentrated, it is best to stop producing the enzyme for tryptophan synthesis. When a group of enzymes is killed
    In response to such a biochemical context, the enzyme is said to exist.
    had driven. ENG001 PAST PAPERS
  • In controlled systems, the protein compressor cannot be turned off.
    If it is not originally tied to the core processor, its opener is closed
    Even the end product of metabolism (tryptophan here)
    Case) or its analogy. ENG001 PAST PAPERS
  • If the final product ENG001 PAST PAPERS
    Otherwise, the repressor protein cannot bind to the operator, and
    Oberon is copied at the maximum rate. If the final product is present, the compiler binds to the operator, and
    Oberon is dead.
  • Difference between excitation and controllable system
    Small, but important:
    In undetectable systems, the substrate (induction) of the metabolic pathway interacts with a regulatory protein
    suppressor) it cannot bind the operator, thus allowing transcription.
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    In regulatory systems, the product of a metabolic pathway (compressor) interacts with a regulatory protein.

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