Aspartate kinase

Enzyme de la grande famille des kinases, l'aspartate kinase catalyse la transformation de l'aspartate en aspartylphosphate. Il existe 3 isoenzymes connus chez E. coli. Elle est régulée de façon allostérique par L-Thr et L-Lys.


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