Escherichia coli utilizes methanesulfonate and l-cysteate as sole sulfur sources for growth
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1the common name for cysteate(1–); cysteic‐acid monoanion; hydrogen cysteate. (Note: in theory, the term denotes any ion, or mixture of ions, formed from cysteic acid, and having a net ...
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