Microbes and microbial enzymes for cyanide degradation

Abstract

Cyanide is an important industrial chemical produced on a grand scale each year. Although extremely toxic to mammalian life, cyanide is a natural product generated by fungi and bacteria, and as a result microbial systems have evolved for the degradation of cyanide to less toxic compounds. The enzymes which utilize cyanide as a substrate can be categorized… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00189632

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@article{Raybuck1992MicrobesAM, title={Microbes and microbial enzymes for cyanide degradation}, author={Scott A. Raybuck}, journal={Biodegradation}, year={1992}, volume={3}, pages={3-18} }