The electron transfer system of syntrophically grown Desulfovibrio vulgaris.

@article{Walker2009TheET,
  title={The electron transfer system of syntrophically grown Desulfovibrio vulgaris.},
  author={Christopher B. F. Walker and Zhili He and Zamin K. Yang and Joseph A. Ringbauer and Qiang He and Jizhong Zhou and Gerrit Voordouw and Judy D Wall and Adam Paul Arkin and Terry C Hazen and Sergey Stolyar and David A. Stahl},
  journal={Journal of bacteriology},
  year={2009},
  volume={191 18},
  pages={5793-801}
}
Interspecies hydrogen transfer between organisms producing and consuming hydrogen promotes the decomposition of organic matter in most anoxic environments. Although syntrophic coupling between hydrogen producers and consumers is a major feature of the carbon cycle, mechanisms for energy recovery at the extremely low free energies of reactions typical of these anaerobic communities have not been established. In this study, comparative transcriptional analysis of a model sulfate-reducing microbe… CONTINUE READING

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