Vanadate-Dependent Peroxidases in Macroalgae: Function, Applications, and Environmental Impact

Abstract

With an average concentration of 35 nM, vanadium (essentially present in the form of ion pairs NaH2VO4 -) is the second-to-most abundant transition metal in sea water, outclassed only by molybdenum (present as molybdate MoO4 2−, ca. 100 nM). Vanadate-dependent haloperoxidases (VHPOs) can be present in marine brown, green and red algae, in (symbiotic) marine… (More)

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@inproceedings{Rehder2016VanadateDependentPI, title={Vanadate-Dependent Peroxidases in Macroalgae: Function, Applications, and Environmental Impact}, author={Dieter Rehder}, year={2016} }