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Fadr: AI Music Maker

Fadr: AI Music Maker

Fadr Plus Anniversary Sale – Save 50% – 22 Days Left Fadr is a web platform for AI music tools. Use our AI-powered vocal remover, song splitter, key/tempo/chords detector, remix maker, mashup maker, DJ controller, and so much more. The best part – 95% of Fadr is free for unlimited use. Upload your favorite songs and turn them into something new today.

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AI Vocal Remover – Fadr

AI Vocal Remover - Fadr

Fadr Plus Anniversary Sale – Save 50% – 22 Days Left Fadr Stems is a free vocal remover, vocal isolator, key finder, bpm finder, chord finder, and midi maker. Upload any song and get your stems, midi, tempo, key, and chords in seconds. Fadr Unlimited is free, while Fadr Plus is $10 per month. Upload your favorite songs and turn them into something new today.

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Escherichia coli FadR positively regulates transcription of the fabB …

Escherichia coli FadR positively regulates transcription of the fabB ...

An official website of the United States government In Escherichia coli expression of the genes of fatty acid degradation (fad) is negatively regulated at the transcriptional level by FadR protein. In contrast the unsaturated fatty acid biosynthetic gene, fabA, is positively regulated by FadR. We report that fabB, a second unsaturated fatty acid bios …

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Log In – Fadr

Log In - Fadr

Fadr Plus Anniversary Sale – Save 50% – 22 Days Left Log in to use our AI-powered vocal remover, song splitter, key/tempo/chords detector, remix maker, mashup maker, DJ controller, and so much more. The best part – 95% of Fadr is free for unlimited use. Upload your favorite songs and turn them into something new today.

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The Escherichia coli FadR transcription factor: Too much of a good …

The Escherichia coli FadR transcription factor: Too much of a good ...

An official website of the United States government Escherichia coli FadR is a transcription factor regulated by acyl-CoA thioester binding that optimizes fatty acid (FA) metabolism in response to environmental FAs. FadR represses the fad genes of FA degradation (β-oxidation) and activates the fab genes of FA synthesis thereby allowing E. coli to hav …

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FadR-Based Biosensor-Assisted Screening for Genes Enhancing …

Fatty acid-derived compounds have a range of industrial applications, from chemical building blocks to biofuels. Due to the highly dynamic nature of fatty acid metabolism, it is difficult to identify genes modulating fatty acyl-CoA levels using a rational approach. Metabolite biosensors can be used to screen genes from large-scale libraries in vivo in a high throughput manner. Here, a fatty acyl-CoA sensor based on the transcription factor FadR from Escherichia coli was established in Saccharomyces cerevisiae and combined with a gene overexpression library to screen for genes increasing the fatty acyl-CoA pool. Fluorescence-activated cell sorting, followed by data analysis, identified genes enhancing acyl-CoA levels. From these, overexpression of RTC3, GGA2, and LPP1 resulted in about 80% increased fatty alcohol levels. Changes in fatty acid saturation and chain length distribution could also be observed. These results indicate that the use of this acyl-CoA biosensor combined with a gene overexpression librar

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Role of the Escherichia coli FadR regulator in stasis survival and …

Role of the Escherichia coli FadR regulator in stasis survival and ...

An official website of the United States government The increased expression of the uspA gene of Escherichia coli is an essential part of the cell’s response to growth arrest. We demonstrate that stationary-phase activation of the uspA promoter is in part dependent on growth phase-dependent inactivation or repression of the FadR regulator. Transcript …

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Crosstalk of Escherichia coli FadR with global regulators in …

Crosstalk of Escherichia coli FadR with global regulators in ...

An official website of the United States government Escherichia coli FadR plays two regulatory roles in fatty acid metabolism. FadR represses the fatty acid degradation (fad) system and activates the unsaturated fatty acid synthetic pathway. Cross-talk between E. coli FadR and the ArcA-ArcB oxygen-responsive two-component system was observed that res …

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