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    1. Wu, CF; Valdes, JJ; Bentley, WE
      Effects of in situ cobalt ion addition on the activity of a GFP-OPH fusionprotein: The fermentation kinetics

      BIOTECHNOLOGY PROGRESS
    2. Lee, MS; Cho, SJ; Tak, ES; Koh, KS; Choo, JK; Park, HW; Kim, E; Na, Y; Park, SC
      Partial characterization of phosphotriesterase activity from the earthworm, Eisenia andrei

      INTERNATIONAL BIODETERIORATION & BIODEGRADATION
    3. Mulchandani, P; Chen, W; Mulchandani, A; Wang, J; Chen, L
      Amperometric microbial biosensor for direct determination of organophosphate pesticides using recombinant microorganism with surface expressed organophosphorus hydrolase

      BIOSENSORS & BIOELECTRONICS
    4. Mulchandani, A; Chen, W; Mulchandani, P; Wang, J; Rogers, KR
      Biosensors for direct determination of organophosphate pesticides

      BIOSENSORS & BIOELECTRONICS
    5. Hartleib, J; Ruterjans, H
      Insights into the reaction mechanism of the diisopropyl fluorophosphatase from Loligo vulgaris by means of kinetic studies, chemical modification andsite-directed mutagenesis

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-PROTEIN STRUCTURE AND MOLECULAR ENZYMOLOGY
    6. Kim, DW; Yoon, KH
      Cloning and high expression of glutaryl 7-aminocephalosporanic acid acylase gene from Pseudomonas diminuta

      BIOTECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    7. Cui, ZL; Li, SP; Fu, GP
      Isolation of methyl parathion-degrading strain M6 and cloning of the methyl parathion hydrolase gene

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    8. Chen-Goodspeed, M; Sogorb, MA; Wu, FY; Hong, SB; Raushel, FM
      Structural determinants of the substrate and stereochemical specificity ofphosphotriesterase

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    9. Simonian, AL; Grimsley, JK; Flounders, AW; Schoeniger, JS; Cheng, TC; DeFrank, JJ; Wild, JR
      Enzyme-based biosensor for the direct detection of fluorine-containing organophosphates

      ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA
    10. Yamazaki, T; Yilmaz, E; Mosbach, K; Sode, K
      Towards the use of molecularly imprinted polymers containing imidazoles and bivalent metal complexes for the detection and degradation of organophosphotriester pesticides

      ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA
    11. Chaia, AA; Giovanni-De-Simone, S; Petinate, SDG; Lima, APCD; Branquinha, MH; Vermelho, AB
      Identification and properties of two extracellular proteases from Brevundimonas diminuta

      BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY
    12. Sergeeva, VS; Efremenko, EN; Kazankov, GM; Varfolomeyev, SD
      Double effect of organic amines (activation and inhibition) on the phosphotriesterase

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR CATALYSIS B-ENZYMATIC
    13. Classen, JJ; Engler, CR; Kenerley, CM; Whittaker, AD
      A logistic model of subsurface fungal growth with application to bioremediation

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A-TOXIC/HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
    14. Mulbry, W
      Characterization of a novel organophosphorus hydrolase from Nocardiodes simplex NRRL B-24074

      MICROBIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    15. Cho, TH; Wild, JR; Donnelly, KC
      Utility of organophosphorus hydrolase for the remediation of mutagenicity of methyl parathion

      ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY
    16. Tsugawa, W; Nakamura, H; Sode, K; Ohuchi, S
      Improvement of enantioselectivity of chiral organophosphate insecticide hydrolysis by bacterial phosphotriesterase

      APPLIED BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    17. Gaberlein, S; Spener, F; Zaborosch, C
      Microbial and cytoplasmic membrane-based potentiometric biosensors for direct determination of organophosphorus insecticides

      APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    18. Wu, CF; Cha, HJ; Rao, G; Valdes, JJ; Bentley, WE
      A green fluorescent protein fusion strategy for monitoring the expression,cellular location, and separation of biologically active organophosphorus hydrolase

      APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    19. Hayatsu, M; Hirano, M; Tokuda, S
      Involvement of two plasmids in fenitrothion degradation by Burkholderia spstrain NF100

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    20. Girbal, L; Hilaire, D; Leduc, S; Delery, L; Rols, JL; Lindley, ND
      Reductive cleavage of demeton-S-methyl by Corynebacterium glutamicum in cometabolism on more readily metabolizable substrates

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    21. Ragnarsdottir, KV
      Environmental fate and toxicology of organophosphate pesticides

      JOURNAL OF THE GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    22. Richins, RD; Mulchandani, A; Chen, W
      Expression, immobilization, and enzymatic characterization of cellulose-binding domain-organophosphorus hydrolase fusion enzymes

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    23. Shim, H; Raushel, FM
      Self-assembly of the binuclear metal center of phosphotriesterase

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    24. Gopal, S; Rastogi, V; Ashman, W; Mulbry, W
      Mutagenesis of organophosphorus hydrolase to enhance hydrolysis of the nerve agent VX

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    25. Sacks, V; Eshkenazi, I; Neufeld, T; Dosoretz, C; Rishpon, J
      Immobilized parathion hydrolase: An amperometric sensor for parathion

      ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY
    26. Gaberlein, S; Knoll, M; Spener, F; Zaborosch, C
      Disposable potentiometric enzyme sensor for direct determination of organophosphorus insecticides

      ANALYST
    27. Rogers, KR; Wang, Y; Mulchandani, A; Mulchandani, P; Chen, W
      Organophosphorus hydrolase-based assay for organophosphate pesticides

      BIOTECHNOLOGY PROGRESS
    28. Mulchandani, A; Pan, ST; Chen, W
      Fiber-optic enzyme biosensor for direct determination of organophosphate nerve agents

      BIOTECHNOLOGY PROGRESS
    29. Ohshiro, K; Kakuta, T; Nikaidou, N; Watanabe, T; Uchiyama, T
      Molecular cloning and nucleotide sequencing of organophosphorus insecticide hydrolase gene from Arthrobacter sp strain B-5

      JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCE AND BIOENGINEERING
    30. Hong, SB; Raushel, FM
      Stereochemical constraints on the catalytic hydrolysis of organophosphate nerve agents by phosphotriesterase

      PHOSPHORUS SULFUR AND SILICON AND THE RELATED ELEMENTS
    31. Singh, AK; Flounders, AW; Volponi, JV; Ashley, CS; Wally, K; Schoeniger, JS
      Development of sensors for direct detection of organophosphates. Part I: immobilization, characterization and stabilization of acetylcholinesterase and organophosphate hydrolase on silica supports

      BIOSENSORS & BIOELECTRONICS
    32. Flounders, AW; Singh, AK; Volponi, JV; Carichner, SC; Wally, K; Simonian, AS; Wild, JR; Schoeniger, JS
      Development of sensors for direct detection of organophosphates. Part II: sol-gel modified field effect transistor with immobilized organophosphate hydrolase

      BIOSENSORS & BIOELECTRONICS
    33. Mulchandani, P; Mulchandani, A; Kaneva, I; Chen, W
      Biosensor for direct determination of organophosphate nerve agents. 1. Potentiometric enzyme electrode

      BIOSENSORS & BIOELECTRONICS
    34. Sergeeva, VS; Efremenko, EN; Kazankov, GM; Gladilin, AK; Varfolomeev, SD
      Kinetic behavior of phosphotriesterase and its non-covalent complexes withpolyelectrolyte in systems with polar and non-polar organic solvents

      BIOTECHNOLOGY TECHNIQUES
    35. Vazquez-Dominguez, E; Peters, F; Gasol, JM; Vaque, D
      Measuring the grazing losses of picoplankton: methodological improvements in the use of fluorescently labeled tracers combined with flow cytometry

      AQUATIC MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    36. Tuovinen, K; Kaliste-Korhonen, E; Raushel, FM; Hanninen, O
      Success of pyridostigmine, physostigmine, eptastigmine and phosphotriesterase treatments in acute sarin intoxication

      TOXICOLOGY
    37. Chen, W; Mulchandani, A
      Detoxification of pesticides

      BIOFUTUR
    38. Petrikovics, I; Hong, K; Omburo, G; Hu, QZ; Pei, L; McGuinn, WD; Sylvester, D; Tamulinas, C; Papahadjopoulos, D; Jaszberenyi, JC; Way, JL
      Antagonism of paraoxon intoxication by recombinant phosphotriesterase encapsulated within sterically stabilized liposomes

      TOXICOLOGY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY
    39. Di Sioudi, BD; Miller, CE; Lai, KH; Grimsley, JK; Wild, JR
      Rational design of organophosphorus hydrolase for altered substrate specificities

      CHEMICO-BIOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS
    40. Hong, SB; Raushel, FM
      Stereochemical preferences for chiral substrates by the bacterial phosphotriesterase

      CHEMICO-BIOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS
    41. Hoskin, FCG; Walker, JE; Stote, R
      Degradation of nerve gases by CLECS and cells: kinetics of heterogenous systems

      CHEMICO-BIOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS
    42. Mulchandani, A; Kaneva, I; Chen, W
      Detoxification of organophosphate nerve agents by immobilized Escherichia coli with surface-expressed organophosphorus hydrolase

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    43. Hong, SB; Raushel, FM
      Stereochemical constraints on the substrate specificity of phosphotriesterase

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    44. diSioudi, B; Grimsley, JK; Lai, KH; Wild, JR
      Modification of near active site residues in organophosphorus hydrolase reduces metal stoichiometry and alters substrate specificity

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    45. Simonian, AL; diSioudi, BD; Wild, JR
      An enzyme based biosensor for the direct determination of diisopropyl fluorophosphate

      ANALYTICA CHIMICA ACTA
    46. Zhan, CG; de Souza, ON; Rittenhouse, R; Ornstein, RL
      Determination of two structural forms of catalytic bridging ligand in zinc-phosphotriesterase by molecular dynamics simulation and quantum chemical calculation

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    47. KANEVA I; MULCHANDANI A; CHEN W
      FACTORS INFLUENCING PARATHION DEGRADATION BY RECOMBINANT ESCHERICHIA-COLI WITH SURFACE-EXPRESSED ORGANOPHOSPHORUS HYDROLASE

      Biotechnology progress
    48. Mulchandani, A; Mulchandani, P; Chen, W
      Enzyme biosensor for determination of organophosphates

      FIELD ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY AND TECHNOLOGY
    49. MULCHANDANI A; MULCHANDANI P; CHAUHAN S; KANEVA I; CHEN W
      A POTENTIOMETRIC MICROBIAL BIOSENSOR FOR DIRECT DETERMINATION OF ORGANOPHOSPHATE NERVE AGENTS

      Electroanalysis
    50. CHENG YD; KARNS JS; TORRENTS A
      CHARACTERIZATION OF A PHOSPHOTRIESTERASE FROM GENETICALLY-ENGINEERED ESCHERICHIA-COLI

      Journal of environmental science and health. Part B. Pesticides, food contaminants, and agricultural wastes
    51. CHEN W; MULCHANDANI A
      THE USE OF LIVE BIOCATALYSTS FOR PESTICIDE DETOXIFICATION

      Trends in biotechnology
    52. KUO CL; LADU BN
      CALCIUM-BINDING BY HUMAN AND RABBIT SERUM PARAOXONASES - STRUCTURAL STABILITY AND ENZYMATIC-ACTIVITY

      Drug metabolism and disposition
    53. SHIM H; HONG SB; RAUSHEL FM
      HYDROLYSIS OF PHOSPHODIESTERS THROUGH TRANSFORMATION OF THE BACTERIALPHOSPHOTRIESTERASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    54. BUCHBINDER JL; STEPHENSON RC; DRESSER MJ; PITERA JW; SCANLAN TS; FLETTERICK RJ
      BIOCHEMICAL-CHARACTERIZATION AND CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC STRUCTURE OF AN ESCHERICHIA-COLI PROTEIN FROM THE PHOSPHOTRIESTERASE GENE FAMILY

      Biochemistry
    55. MULCHANDANI A; MULCHANDANI P; KANEVA I; CHEN W
      BIOSENSOR FOR DIRECT DETERMINATION OF ORGANOPHOSPHATE NERVE AGENTS USING RECOMBINANT ESCHERICHIA-COLI WITH SURFACE-EXPRESSED ORGANOPHOSPHORUS HYDROLASE - 1 - POTENTIOMETRIC MICROBIAL ELECTRODE

      Analytical chemistry (Washington)
    56. GILL I; BALLESTEROS A
      ENCAPSULATION OF BIOLOGICALS WITHIN SILICATE, SILOXANE, AND HYBRID SOL-GEL POLYMERS - AN EFFICIENT AND GENERIC APPROACH

      Journal of the American Chemical Society
    57. HONG SB; RAUSHEL FM
      INHIBITORS DIRECTED TOWARDS THE BINUCLEAR METAL CENTER OF PHOSPHOTRIESTERASE

      Journal of enzyme inhibition
    58. DANILOVA IG; RYABOV AD; VARFOLOMEEV SD
      MECHANISM OF BIEXPONENTIAL INACTIVATION OF ORGANOPHOSPHATE HYDROLASE BY 1,10-PHENANTROLINE - A KINETIC AND 2ND-DERIVATIVE UV SPECTRAL STUDY

      Journal of molecular catalysis. A, Chemical
    59. RICHINS RD; KANEVA I; MULCHANDANI A; CHEN W
      BIODEGRADATION OF ORGANOPHOSPHORUS PESTICIDES BY SURFACE-EXPRESSED ORGANOPHOSPHORUS HYDROLASE

      Nature biotechnology
    60. KOLAKOWSKI JE; DEFRANK JJ; HARVEY SP; SZAFRANIEC LL; BEAUDRY WT; LAI KH; WILD JR
      ENZYMATIC-HYDROLYSIS OF THE CHEMICAL WARFARE AGENT-VX AND ITS NEUROTOXIC ANALOGS BY ORGANOPHOSPHORUS HYDROLASE

      Biocatalysis and biotransformation
    61. OHSHIRO K; ONO T; HOSHINO T; UCHIYAMA T
      CHARACTERIZATION OF ISOFENPHOS HYDROLASES FROM ARTHROBACTER SP STRAINB-5

      Journal of fermentation and bioengineering
    62. WATKINS LM; KUO JM; CHENGOODSPEED M; RAUSHEL FM
      A COMBINATORIAL LIBRARY FOR THE BINUCLEAR METAL CENTER OF BACTERIAL PHOSPHOTRIESTERASE

      Proteins
    63. MERCADIER C; VEGA D; BASTIDE J
      IPRODIONE DEGRADATION BY ISOLATED SOIL-MICROORGANISMS

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    64. SODE K; NAKAMURA H
      COMPATIBILITY OF PHOSPHOTRIESTERASE FROM FLAVOBACTERIUM SP. WITH DETERGENTS

      Biotechnology letters
    65. GUEDES RNC; ZHU KY; DOVER BA; KAMBHAMPATI S
      PARTIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF PHOSPHOTRIESTERASES FROM ORGANOPHOSPHATE-SUSCEPTIBLE AND ORGANOPHOSPHATE-RESISTANT POPULATIONS OF RHYZOPERTHA-DOMINICA (COLEOPTERA, BOSTRICHIDAE)

      Pesticide biochemistry and physiology
    66. WATKINS LM; MAHONEY HJ; MCCULLOCH JK; RAUSHEL FM
      AUGMENTED HYDROLYSIS OF DIISOPROPYL FLUOROPHOSPHATE IN ENGINEERED MUTANTS OF PHOSPHOTRIESTERASE

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    67. KARNS JS; EATON RW
      GENES ENCODING S-TRIAZINE DEGRADATION ARE PLASMID-BORNE IN KLEBSIELLA-PNEUMONIAE STRAIN-99

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
    68. DAVIES JA; BUCHMAN VL; KRYLOVA O; NINKINA NN
      MOLECULAR-CLONING AND EXPRESSION PATTERN OF RPR-1, A RESINIFERATOXIN-BINDING, PHOSPHOTRIESTERASE-RELATED PROTEIN, EXPRESSED IN RAT-KIDNEY TUBULES

      FEBS letters
    69. HOSKIN FCG; WALKER JE
      MALATHION AS A MODEL FOR THE ENZYMATIC-HYDROLYSIS OF THE NEUROTOXIC AGENT, VX

      Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology
    70. LEJEUNE KE; MESIANO AJ; BOWER SB; GRIMSLEY JK; WILD JR; RUSSELL AJ
      DRAMATICALLY STABILIZED PHOSPHOTRIESTERASE-POLYMERS FOR NERVE AGENT DEGRADATION

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    71. GRIMSLEY JK; SCHOLTZ JM; PACE CN; WILD JR
      ORGANOPHOSPHORUS HYDROLASE IS A REMARKABLY STABLE ENZYME THAT UNFOLDSTHROUGH A HOMODIMERIC INTERMEDIATE

      Biochemistry
    72. CANNE C; STEPHAN I; FINSTERBUSCH J; LINGENS F; KAPPL R; FETZNER S; HUTTERMANN J
      COMPARATIVE EPR AND REDOX STUDIES OF 3 PROKARYOTIC ENZYMES OF THE XANTHINE-OXIDASE FAMILY - QUINOLINE 2-OXIDOREDUCTASE, QUINALDINE 4-OXIDASE, AND ISOQUINOLINE 1-OXIDOREDUCTASE

      Biochemistry
    73. HONG SB; MULLINS LS; SHIM HB; RAUSHEL FM
      MECHANISM-BASED INHIBITORS FOR THE INACTIVATION OF THE BACTERIAL PHOSPHOTRIESTERASE

      Biochemistry
    74. KARPLUS PA; PEARSON MA; HAUSINGER RP
      70 YEARS OF CRYSTALLINE UREASE - WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED

      Accounts of chemical research
    75. CHENG TC; LIU L; WANG B; WU J; DEFRANK JJ; ANDERSON DM; RASTOGI VK; HAMILTON AB
      NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE OF A GENE ENCODING AN ORGANOPHOSPHORUS NERVE AGENT DEGRADING ENZYME FROM ALTEROMONAS-HALOPLANKTIS

      Journal of industrial microbiology & biotechnology
    76. RAININA EI; EFREMENCO EN; VARFOLOMEYEV SD; SIMONIAN AL; WILD JR
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW BIOSENSOR BASED ON RECOMBINANT ESCHERICHIA-COLI FOR THE DIRECT-DETECTION OF ORGANOPHOSPHORUS NEUROTOXINS

      Biosensors & bioelectronics
    77. XU BW; WILD JR; KENERLEY CM
      ENHANCED EXPRESSION OF A BACTERIAL GENE FOR PESTICIDE DEGRADATION IN A COMMON SOIL FUNGUS

      Journal of fermentation and bioengineering
    78. HOU XY; MASER RL; MAGENHEIMER BS; CALVET JP
      A MOUSE KIDNEY-EXPRESSED AND LIVER-EXPRESSED CDNA HAVING HOMOLOGY WITH A PROKARYOTIC PARATHION HYDROLASE (PHOSPHOTRIESTERASE)-ENCODING GENE- ABNORMAL EXPRESSION IN INJURED AND POLYCYSTIC KIDNEYS

      Gene
    79. SODE K; TOGO H; YAMAZAKI T; TSUGAWA W; OHUCHI S; NARITA M; YAGIUDA K
      DEVELOPMENT OF A NOVEL CONDUCTOMETRIC DETERMINATION OF ORGANOPHOSPHATE INSECTICIDES USING PHOSPHOTRIESTERASE

      Denki Kagaku Oyobi Kogyo Butsuri Kagaku
    80. HUNG SC; LIAO JC
      EFFECTS OF ULTRAVIOLET-LIGHT IRRADIATION IN BIOTREATMENT OF ORGANOPHOSPHATES

      Applied biochemistry and biotechnology
    81. TUOVINEN K; KALISTEKORHONEN E; RAUSHEL FM; HANNINEN O
      PROTECTION OF ORGANOPHOSPHATE-INACTIVATED ESTERASES WITH PHOSPHOTRIESTERASE

      Fundamental and applied toxicology
    82. CHENG TC; HARVEY SP; CHEN GL
      CLONING AND EXPRESSION OF A GENE ENCODING A BACTERIAL ENZYME FOR DECONTAMINATION OF ORGANOPHOSPHORUS NERVE AGENTS AND NUCLEOTIDE-SEQUENCE OF THE ENZYME

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    83. PAREKH NR; HARTMANN A; FOURNIER JC
      PCR DETECTION OF THE MCD GENE AND EVIDENCE OF SEQUENCE HOMOLOGY BETWEEN THE DEGRADATIVE GENES AND PLASMIDS FROM DIVERSE CARBOFURAN-DEGRADING BACTERIA

      Soil biology & biochemistry
    84. GRICE KJ; PAYNE GF; KARNS JS
      ENZYMATIC APPROACH TO WASTE MINIMIZATION IN A CATTLE DIPPING OPERATION - ECONOMIC-ANALYSIS

      Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
    85. LAI KH; GRIMSLEY JK; KUHLMANN BD; SCAPOZZA L; HARVEY SP; DEFRANK JJ; KOLAKOWSKI JE; WILD JR
      RATIONAL ENZYME DESIGN - COMPUTER MODELING AND SITE-DIRECTED MUTAGENESIS FOR THE MODIFICATION OF CATALYTIC SPECIFICITY IN ORGANOPHOSPHORUS HYDROLASE

      Chimia
    86. NAYAK S; MOHANTY RC; MOHANTY L
      GROWTH-RATE OF ANKISTRODESMUS FALCATUS AND SCENEDESMUS-BIJUGA IN MIXED CULTURE EXPOSED TO MONOCROTOPHOS

      Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology
    87. LEJEUNE KE; RUSSELL AJ
      COVALENT BINDING OF A NERVE AGENT HYDROLYZING ENZYME WITHIN POLYURETHANE FOAMS

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    88. HONG SB; RAUSHEL FM
      METAL-SUBSTRATE INTERACTIONS FACILITATE THE CATALYTIC ACTIVITY OF THEBACTERIAL PHOSPHOTRIESTERASE

      Biochemistry
    89. VANHOOKE JL; BENNING MM; RAUSHEL FM; HOLDEN HM
      3-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE ZINC-CONTAINING PHOSPHOTRIESTERASE WITH THE BOUND SUBSTRATE-ANALOG DIETHYL 4-METHYLBENZYLPHOSPHONATE

      Biochemistry
    90. YANG FX; WILD JR; RUSSELL AJ
      NONAQUEOUS BIOCATALYTIC DEGRADATION OF A NERVE-GAS MIMIC

      Biotechnology progress
    91. QUINN JP; MCMULLAN G
      CARBON-ARSENIC BOND-CLEAVAGE BY A NEWLY ISOLATED GRAM-NEGATIVE BACTERIUM, STRAIN ASV2

      Microbiology
    92. SCANLAN TS; REID RC
      EVOLUTION IN ACTION

      Chemistry & biology
    93. SOMARA S; SIDDAVATTAM D
      PLASMID-MEDIATED ORGANOPHOSPHATE PESTICIDE DEGRADATION BY FLAVOBACTERIUM-BALUSTINUM

      Biochemistry and molecular biology international
    94. BENEDICT MQ; SALAZAR CE; COLLINS FH
      A NEW DOMINANT SELECTABLE MARKER FOR GENETIC-TRANSFORMATION - HSP70-OPD

      Insect biochemistry and molecular biology
    95. ROGER P; BAR G; LINGENS F
      2 NOVEL METABOLITES IN THE DEGRADATION PATHWAY OF ISOQUINOLINE BY PSEUDOMONAS-DIMINUTA-7

      FEMS microbiology letters
    96. WATERHOUSE S; HALL GM
      THE VALIDATION OF STERILIZING GRADE MICROFILTRATION MEMBRANES WITH PSEUDOMONAS-DIMINUTA

      Journal of membrane science
    97. AYYAGARI MS; PANDE R; KAMTEKAR S; GAO H; MARX KA; KUMAR J; TRIPATHY SK; AKKARA JA; KAPLAN DL
      MOLECULAR ASSEMBLY OF PROTEINS AND CONJUGATED POLYMERS - TOWARD DEVELOPMENT OF BIOSENSORS

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    98. BANZON JA; KUO JM; MILES BW; FISCHER DR; STANG PJ; RAUSHEL FM
      MECHANISM-BASED INACTIVATION OF PHOSPHOTRIESTERASE BY REACTION OF A CRITICAL HISTIDINE WITH A KETENE INTERMEDIATE

      Biochemistry
    99. HOSKIN FCG; WALKER JE; DETTBARN WD; WILD JR
      HYDROLYSIS OF TETRISO BY AN ENZYME DERIVED FROM PSEUDOMONAS-DIMINUTA AS A MODEL FOR THE DETOXICATION OF O-ETHYL S-(2-DIISOPROPYLAMINOETHYL)METHYLPHOSPHONOTHIOLATE(VX)

      Biochemical pharmacology
    100. AISLABIE J; LLOYDJONES G
      A REVIEW OF BACTERIAL-DEGRADATION OF PESTICIDES

      Australian Journal of Soil Research


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