The functional role of reduced inorganic sulfur compounds in the metabolism of the microaerophilic bacterium Spirillum winogradskii

@article{Podkopaeva2005TheFR,
  title={The functional role of reduced inorganic sulfur compounds in the metabolism of the microaerophilic bacterium Spirillum winogradskii},
  author={D. Podkopaeva and M. Grabovich and G. Dubinina},
  journal={Microbiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={74},
  pages={12-19}
}
  • D. Podkopaeva, M. Grabovich, G. Dubinina
  • Published 2005
  • Medicine, Chemistry
  • Microbiology
  • Oxidation of reduced sulfur compounds by the microaerophilic sulfur bacterium spirillum winogradskii was found to occur only concomitantly with consumption of an organic substrate and was not linked to their utilization as electron donors in energy metabolism. No enzymes of dissimilatory sulfur metabolism were found in the cells of the sulfur bacterium oxidizing thiosulfate to tetrathionate; oxidation of thiosulfate and sulfide was caused by their reaction with reactive oxygen species (ROSs… CONTINUE READING
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