par Chantrenne, Hubert
Référence Nature (London), 177, 4508, page (579-580)
Publication Publié, 1956
Lettre à l'éditeur
Résumé : Spiegelman et al.1, Pardee2 and Creaser3 have shown that purine or pyrimidine analogues inhibit induced enzyme formation in various micro-organisms. This strongly suggests that synthesis of nucleic acid is necessary for the formation of adaptive enzymes. Gale and Folkes 4 have shown that incorporation of uracil into ribonucleic acid is increased during induced formation of galactosidase in disrupted Staphylococcus. © 1956 Nature Publishing Group.