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DOI 10.1007/s12268-016-0712-1
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Title (Primary) Organohalid-Atmung bei Mikroorganismen. Anaerober Energiestoffwechsel
Author Schubert, T.; Adrian, L.; Diekert, G.
Source Titel Biospektrum
Year 2016
Department ISOBIO
Volume 22
Issue 5
Page From 462
Page To 464
Language deutsch
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Abstract Reductive dehalogenation is coupled to energy conservation via electron transport phosphorylation in organohalide-respiring bacteria. The electron transfer to the terminal reductase, the corrinoid-containing reductive dehalogenase, leads to the formation of a proton gradient across the membrane. The architecture of the electron transfer chains differs between different phyla. Organohalide respiration is an important part of the global halogen cycle and of high relevance in bioremediation.
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Schubert, T., Adrian, L., Diekert, G. (2016):
Organohalid-Atmung bei Mikroorganismen. Anaerober Energiestoffwechsel
Biospektrum 22 (5), 462 - 464 10.1007/s12268-016-0712-1