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- Allolactose is a disaccharide similar to lactose. It consists of the monosaccharides D-galactose and D-glucose linked through a β1-6 glycosidic linkage...
- to the promoter of the operon. This protein can only be removed when allolactose binds to it, and inactivates it. The protein that is formed by the lacI...
- is a molecular biology reagent. This compound is a molecular mimic of allolactose, a lactose metabolite that triggers transcription of the lac operon,...
- lactose is present. When lactose becomes available, it is converted into allolactose, which inhibits the lac repressor's DNA binding ability, thereby increasing...
- negatively controlled inducible operon, where the inducer molecule is allolactose. In negative repressible operons, transcription of the operon normally...
- m****: 342.29 g/mol, exact m**** : 342.116212) may refer to: Disaccharides Allolactose Cellobiose Galactose-alpha-1,3-galactose Gentiobiose (amygdalose) Isomaltose...
- in the lac operon is allolactose. If lactose is present in the medium, then a small amount of it will be converted to allolactose by a few molecules of...
- one, it can go through a process called transgalactosylation to make allolactose, creating a positive feedback loop for the production of β-gal. It can...
- begin transcription of the lacZYA operon. In the presence of the inducer allolactose, the repressor changes conformation and falls off the operator. RNAP...
- which includes genes necessary for lactose metabolism. The presence of allolactose, a metabolic product of lactose, is sensed through the activity of the...
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