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malfunction
using a gene-knockout it is shown that PCMH-encoding gene pchF is necessary for the catabolism of 2,4-xylenol
metabolism
PCMH is a key enzyme responsible for the catabolism of p-cresol via the protocatechuate ortho pathway, pathway overview; PCMH is a key enzyme responsible for the catabolism of p-cresol via the protocatechuate ortho pathway, pathway overview
metabolism
the enzyme is necessary for 2,4-xylenol catabolism
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transcriptional regulation of the pchACXF operon by PchR, a putative sigma54-dependent regulator, overview. Phenol does not activate the regulator of PC24, and both regulators respond similarly to p-cresol; transcriptional regulation of the pchACXF operon by PchR, a putative sigma54-dependent regulator, overview. Phenol is a more efficient effector for PchR of PC18 than p-cresol
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