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The oxidation of α-olefins by aPseudomonas reactions involving the double bond
The preponderant pathway of octene-1 degradation by octane- and octene-1-grownPseudomonas aeruginosa cells (strain 473) starts with oxidation of the methyl group.In addition, with both types of cellsExpand
Occurrence of inducible and NAD(P)-independent primary alcohol dehydrogenases in an alkane-oxidizingPseudomonas
Pseudomonas aeruginosa constitutively contains a soluble NADP-linked dehydrogenase active towards primary alcohols and at least two NAD(P)-independent primary alcohol dehydrogenases can be induced by growing this strain onPrimary alcohols,α,ω-diols orn-alkanes. Expand
n-alkane oxidation by apseudomonas formation and β-oxidation of intermediate fatty acids
SummaryFrom a culture broth ofPseudomonas aeruginosa (KSLA strain 473) grown on heptane as the sole source of carbon, fatty acids could be isolated after a period of decreased oxygen supply. TheExpand
Induction of alkane-oxidizing andα-olefin-epoxidizing enzymes by a non-hydrocarbon in aPseudomonas
A strain ofPseudomonas aeruginosa could be induced to oxidizen-paraffins and to epoxidizeα-olefins by treating peptone-grown cells with 1,6-hexanediol or by growing them on this substrate. Of someExpand