Biochemistry, physiology and biotechnology of sulfate-reducing bacteria.

@article{Barton2009BiochemistryPA,
  title={Biochemistry, physiology and biotechnology of sulfate-reducing bacteria.},
  author={Larry L. Barton and Guy D. Fauque},
  journal={Advances in applied microbiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={68},
  pages={41-98}
}
Chemolithotrophic bacteria that use sulfate as terminal electron acceptor (sulfate-reducing bacteria) constitute a unique physiological group of microorganisms that couple anaerobic electron transport to ATP synthesis. These bacteria (220 species of 60 genera) can use a large variety of compounds as electron donors and to mediate electron flow they have a vast array of proteins with redox active metal groups. This chapter deals with the distribution in the environment and the major… CONTINUE READING
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