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Two (per)chlorate-reducing bacteria, strains CUZ and NSS, were isolated from marine sediments in Berkeley and San Diego, CA, respectively. Strain CUZ respired both perchlorate and chlorate(More)
Dissimilatory perchlorate reduction is an anaerobic respiratory pathway that in communities might be influenced by metabolic interactions. Because the genes for perchlorate reduction are horizontally(More)
Dissimilatory phosphite oxidation (DPO), a microbial metabolism by which phosphite (HPO32-) is oxidized to phosphate (PO43-), is the most energetically favorable chemotrophic electron-donating(More)
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