Occurrence of two superoxide dismutases in Aeromonas hydrophila: molecular cloning and differential expression of the sodA and sodB genes.


Aeromonas spp., considered as emerging opportunistic pathogens, belong to the family Vibrionaceae. Among the criteria currently used for their classification is the presence of a single FeSOD (iron-containing superoxide dismutase), which distinguishes them from Enterobacteriacea. In this paper the cloning of the sodA and sodB genes encoding two different… (More)


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