Monofluorophosphate is a selective inhibitor of respiratory sulfate-reducing microorganisms.

  title={Monofluorophosphate is a selective inhibitor of respiratory sulfate-reducing microorganisms.},
  author={Hans K. Carlson and Magdalena K. Stoeva and Nicholas B. Justice and Andrew Sczesnak and Mark R Mullan and Lorraine A Mosqueda and Jennifer V. Kuehl and Adam M. Deutschbauer and Adam Paul Arkin and John D Coates},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  volume={49 6},
Despite the environmental and economic cost of microbial sulfidogenesis in industrial operations, few compounds are known as selective inhibitors of respiratory sulfate reducing microorganisms (SRM), and no study has systematically and quantitatively evaluated the selectivity and potency of SRM inhibitors. Using general, high-throughput assays to quantitatively evaluate inhibitor potency and selectivity in a model sulfate-reducing microbial ecosystem as well as inhibitor specificity for the… CONTINUE READING
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