Functional demonstration of reverse transsulfuration in the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex reveals that methionine is the preferred sulfur source for pathogenic mycobacteria

Paul R. Wheeler*, Nicholas G. Coldham, Lisa Keating, Stephen V. Gordon, Esen E. Wooff, Tanya Parish, R. Glyn Hewinson

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