Nitrate and (per)chlorate reduction pathways in (per)chlorate-reducing bacteria.

@article{Oosterkamp2011NitrateA,
  title={Nitrate and (per)chlorate reduction pathways in (per)chlorate-reducing bacteria.},
  author={Margreet J. Oosterkamp and Farrakh Mehboob and Gosse Schraa and Caroline M Plugge and Alfons J M Stams},
  journal={Biochemical Society transactions},
  year={2011},
  volume={39 1},
  pages={230-5}
}
The reduction of (per)chlorate and nitrate in (per)chlorate-reducing bacteria shows similarities and differences. (Per)chlorate reductase and nitrate reductase both belong to the type II DMSO family of enzymes and have a common bis(molybdopterin guanine dinucleotide)molybdenum cofactor. There are two types of dissimilatory nitrate reductases. With respect to their localization, (per)chlorate reductase is more similar to the dissimilatory periplasmic nitrate reductase. However, the periplasmic… CONTINUE READING

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