Alfred X. Trautwein

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It was generally accepted that plants, algae, and phototrophic bacteria use adenosine 5'-phosphosulfate (APS) for assimilatory sulfate reduction, whereas bacteria and fungi use phosphoadenosine(More)
The MEP pathway for the biosynthesis of isoprene units is present in most pathogenic bacteria, in the parasite responsible for malaria, and in plant plastids. This pathway is absent in animals and is(More)