Detection, diversity and expression of aerobic bacterial arsenite oxidase genes.

@article{Inskeep2007DetectionDA,
  title={Detection, diversity and expression of aerobic bacterial arsenite oxidase genes.},
  author={William P. Inskeep and Richard E. Macur and Natsuko Hamamura and Thomas P. Warelow and Seamus A. Ward and Joanne M Santini},
  journal={Environmental microbiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={9 4},
  pages={934-43}
}
The arsenic (As) drinking water crisis in south and south-east Asia has stimulated intense study of the microbial processes controlling the redox cycling of As in soil-water systems. Microbial oxidation of arsenite is a critical link in the global As cycle, and phylogenetically diverse arsenite-oxidizing microorganisms have been isolated from various aquatic and soil environments. However, despite progress characterizing the metabolism of As in various pure cultures, no functional gene… CONTINUE READING
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