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Studies on the Biosynthesis of Cysteine in Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Studies on the Biosynthesis of Vitamin B6 in Bacillus subtilis (2006-08-01)Cysteine is one of the 22 natural amino acids used to make proteins. Three pathways are currently known for the biosynthesis of cysteine and all include sulfide as the sulfur source. A new pathway for cysteine biosynthesis ...