Bacterial Growth on Halogenated Aliphatic Hydrocarbons: Genetics and Biochemistry

Abstract

Many synthetically produced halogenated aliphatic compounds are xenobiotic chemicals in the sense that they do not naturally occur on earth at biologically significant concentrations. Nevertheless, various microorganisms have been isolated that possess the capacity to grow at the expense of these compounds, and to use them as a carbon and energy source… (More)

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