Bio-hydrogen: microbes have their own agenda.

Abstract

The international hydrogenase community stages a meeting every 3-4 years, and this time it was held in the University of Reading. Each congress has revealed new aspects of the complex nature of hydrogenases: their structure, molecular mechanisms and biosynthesis are all yielding up their secrets. This following introduction provides background information, and the highlights of the meeting are presented in the papers that follow.

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@article{Cammack2005BiohydrogenMH, title={Bio-hydrogen: microbes have their own agenda.}, author={Richard Cammack}, journal={Biochemical Society transactions}, year={2005}, volume={33 Pt 1}, pages={1-2} }