The inner workings of the hydrazine synthase multiprotein complex

@article{Dietl2015TheIW,
  title={The inner workings of the hydrazine synthase multiprotein complex},
  author={A. Dietl and C. Ferousi and W. Maalcke and A. Menzel and S. Vries and J. Keltjens and M. Jetten and B. Kartal and T. Barends},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2015},
  volume={527},
  pages={394-397}
}
  • A. Dietl, C. Ferousi, +6 authors T. Barends
  • Published 2015
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Nature
  • Anaerobic ammonium oxidation (anammox) has a major role in the Earth’s nitrogen cycle and is used in energy-efficient wastewater treatment. This bacterial process combines nitrite and ammonium to form dinitrogen (N2) gas, and has been estimated to synthesize up to 50% of the dinitrogen gas emitted into our atmosphere from the oceans. Strikingly, the anammox process relies on the highly unusual, extremely reactive intermediate hydrazine, a compound also used as a rocket fuel because of its high… CONTINUE READING
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