A 60 kb Plasmid in mycobacterium ( pip + ) Involved in Degradation of Antihelminthic Drug ( Piperazine )

The biodegradation of secondary amines is particularly important due to their propensity for conversion either chemically or microbiologically to N-nitrosamines which are potent carcinogens. In this research, a weak Gram-positive organism was isolated from river and identified as Mycobacterium. This Mycobacterium grows slowly and effectively utilizes… (More)

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