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J. Rogers, unpublished work). Analysis of the effects of penicillin-binding proteins (Spratt and Pardee, 1975; Spratt, 1975) may be able to rationalize this somewhat chaotic situation. By using radioactively-labelled benzylpenicillin and competition experiments with other penicillins and cephalosporins for the six penicillin-binding proteins present in the cytoplasmic membranes of E. coli, three were selected as being connected with maintaining the normal morphology of cells. One, designated protein 3, was thought to control septation and was inactivated by combination with b-lactams.
This conclusion has been strengthened by isolation of two temperaturesensitive filamentous mutants of E. coli which both had a temperature- TABLE 2. Properties of the penicillin-binding proteins in the cytoplasmic membrane of Escherichia coli. -lactam low concentrations intermediate concentrations Lysis Ovoid cells Ovoid cells Filaments Filaments. Lysis Lysis Ovoid cells Lysis Filaments with bulges; lysis at higher concentrations Y 38 HOWARD J. ROGERS sensitive penicillin-binding protein 3 (Spratt, 1977a).
The pgmmutants also have very low autolytic activities and grow in normal media as chains of unseparated rods but, under phosphate limitation in chemostat cultures, the groups of round forms do not seem to be so large as those of the rod A mutant, possibly because the chains are TABLE 4.