In connection with the tryptophan operon, that an excess of tryptophan can cause a repression of the genes of this operon, leading to an arrest of the synthesis of the enzymes required for the formation of tryptophan. Beside this possibility of repression, there is very often feedback inhibition, i.e. the possibility for an essential metabolite […]
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