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    1. Carbonera, D; Bordignon, E; Giacometti, G; Agostini, G; Vianelli, A; Vannini, C
      Fluorescence and absorption detected magnetic resonance of chlorosomes from green bacteria Chlorobium tepidum and Chloroflexus aurantiacus. A comparative study

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    2. Miyatake, T; Oba, T; Tamiaki, H
      Pure and scrambled self-aggregates prepared with zinc analogues of bacteriochlorophylls c and d

      CHEMBIOCHEM
    3. Mendez-Alvarez, S; Ramirez-Moreno, S; Gaju, N
      Molecular taxonomy of the genus Chlorobium

      CRITICAL REVIEWS IN MICROBIOLOGY
    4. Petri, R; Imhoff, JF
      Genetic analysis of sea-ice bacterial communities of the Western Baltic Sea using an improved double gradient method

      POLAR BIOLOGY
    5. Petri, R; Podgorsek, L; Imhoff, JF
      Phylogeny and distribution of the soxB gene among thiosulfate-oxidizing bacteria

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    6. Imhoff, JF
      True marine and halophilic anoxygenic phototrophic bacteria

      ARCHIVES OF MICROBIOLOGY
    7. Schmaljohann, R; Drews, M; Walter, S; Linke, P; von Rad, U; Imhoff, JF
      Oxygen-minimum zone sediments in the northeastern Arabian Sea off Pakistan: a habitat for the bacterium Thioploca

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    8. Gich, FB; Borrego, CM; Martinez-Planells, A; Steensgaard, DB; Garcia-Gil, J; Holzwarth, AR
      Variability of the photosynthetic antenna of a Pelodictyon clathratiforme population from a freshwater holomictic pond

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY
    9. Thar, R; Kuhl, M
      Motility of Marichromatium gracile in response to light, oxygen, and sulfide

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    10. Campbell, BJ; Jeanthon, C; Kostka, JE; Luther, GW; Cary, SC
      Growth and phylogenetic properties of novel bacteria belonging to the epsilon subdivision of the Proteobacteria enriched from Alvinella pompejana anddeep-sea hydrothermal vents

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    11. Vassiliev, IR; Kjaer, B; Schorner, GL; Scheller, HV; Golbeck, JH
      Photoinduced transient absorbance spectra of P840/P840(+) and the FMO protein in reaction centers of Chlorobium vibrioforme

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    12. Vassilieva, EV; Antonkine, ML; Zybailov, BL; Yang, F; Jakobs, CU; Golbeck, JH; Bryant, DA
      Electron transfer may occur in the chlorosome envelope: The CsmI and CsmJ proteins of chlorosomes are 2Fe-2S ferrodoxins

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    13. Rigby, SEJ; Evans, MCW; Heathcote, P
      Electron nuclear double resonance (ENDOR) spectroscopy of radicals in photosystem I and related Type 1 photosynthetic reaction centres

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOENERGETICS
    14. Baymann, D; Brugna, M; Muhlenhoff, U; Nitschke, W
      Daddy, where did (PS)I come from?

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOENERGETICS
    15. Seo, D; Tomioka, A; Kusumoto, N; Kamo, M; Enami, I; Sakurai, H
      Purification of ferredoxins and their reaction with purified reaction center complex from the green sulfur bacterium Chlorobium tepidum

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-BIOENERGETICS
    16. Steensgaard, DB; Wackerbarth, H; Hildebrandt, P; Holzwarth, AR
      Diastereoselective control of bacteriochlorophyll e aggregation. 3(1)-S-BChl e is essential for the formation of chlorosome-like aggregates

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B
    17. Milford, AD; Achenbach, LA; Jung, DO; Madigan, MT
      Rhodobaca bogoriensis gen. nov and sp nov., an alkaliphilic purple nonsulfur bacterium from African Rift Valley soda lakes

      ARCHIVES OF MICROBIOLOGY
    18. Spring, S; Schulze, R; Overmann, J; Schleifer, KH
      Identification and characterization of ecologically significant prokaryotes in the sediment of freshwater lakes: molecular and cultivation studies

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY REVIEWS
    19. Luthy, L; Fritz, M; Bachofen, R
      In situ determination of sulfide turnover rates in a meromictic alpine lake

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    20. Prokhorenko, VI; Steensgaard, DB; Holzwarth, AF
      Exciton dynamics in the chlorosomal antennae of the green bacteria Chloroflexus aurantiacus and Chlorobium tepidum

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    21. Rodrigo, MA; Vicente, E; Miracle, MR
      The role of light and concentration gradients in the vertical stratification and seasonal development of phototrophic bacteria in a meromictic lake

      ARCHIV FUR HYDROBIOLOGIE
    22. Maeda, T; Negishi, A; Komoto, H; Oshima, Y; Kamimura, K; Sugio, T
      Isolation of iron-oxidizing bacteria from corroded concretes of sewage treatment plants

      JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCE AND BIOENGINEERING
    23. Dahl, C; Rakhely, G; Pott-Sperling, AS; Fodor, B; Takacs, M; Toth, A; Kraeling, M; Gyorfi, K; Kovacs, A; Tusz, J; Kovacs, KL
      Genes involved in hydrogen and sulfur metabolism in phototrophic sulfur bacteria

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    24. Sorokin, DY; Cherepanov, A; de Vries, S; Kuenen, GJ
      Identification of cytochrome c oxidase in the alkaliphilic, obligately chemolithoautotrophic, sulfur-oxidizing bacterium 'Thioacalomicrobium aerophilum' strain AL 3

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    25. Grabovich, MY; Muntyan, MS; Lebedeva, VY; Ustiyan, VS; Dubinina, GA
      Lithoheterotrophic growth and electron transfer chain components of the filamentous gliding bacterium Leucothrix mucor DSM 2157 during oxidation of sulfur compounds

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    26. Prange, A; Arzberger, I; Engemann, C; Modrow, H; Schumann, O; Truper, HG; Steudel, R; Dahl, C; Hormes, J
      Tn situ analysis of sulfur in the sulfur globules of phototrophic sulfur bacteria by X-ray absorption near edge spectroscopy

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENERAL SUBJECTS
    27. Jonkers, HM; Jansen, M; Van der Maarel, MJEC; Van Gemerden, H
      Aerobic turnover of dimethyl sulfide by the anoxygenic phototrophic bacterium Thiocapsa roseopersicina

      ARCHIVES OF MICROBIOLOGY
    28. Tokita, S; Hirota, M; Frigaard, NU; Shimada, K; Matsuura, K
      Pheophytinization of bacteriochlorophyll c and energy transfer in cells ofChlorobium tepidum

      ARCHIVES OF MICROBIOLOGY
    29. Moune, S; Manac'h, N; Hirschler, A; Caumette, P; Willison, JC; Matheron, R
      Haloanaerobacter salinarius sp. nov., a novel halophilic fermentative bacterium that reduces glycine-betaine to trimethylamine with hydrogen or serine as electron donors; emendation of the genus Haloanaerobacter

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC BACTERIOLOGY
    30. Durusoy, T; Bozdemir, TO; Yurum, Y
      Effect of Rhodococcus rhodochrous on the pyrolysis kinetics of Mengen lignite

      FUEL
    31. Agalidis, I; Othman, S; Boussac, A; Reiss-Husson, F; Desbois, A
      Purification, redox and spectroscopic properties of the tetraheme cytochrome c isolated from Rubrivivax gelatinosus

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY
    32. PRINGAULT O; KUHL M; DEWIT R; CAUMETTE P
      GROWTH OF GREEN SULFUR BACTERIA IN EXPERIMENTAL BENTHIC OXYGEN, SULFIDE, PH AND LIGHT GRADIENTS

      Microbiology
    33. MAEDA T; NEGISHI A; OSHIMA Y; NOGAMI Y; KAMIMURA K; SUGIO T
      ISOLATION OF A SULFUR-OXIDIZING BACTERIUM THAT CAN GROW UNDER ALKALINE PH, FROM CORRODED CONCRETE

      Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry
    34. GUYONEAUD R; DEWIT R; MATHERON R; CAUMETTE P
      IMPACT OF MACROALGAL DREDGING ON DYSTROPHIC CRISES AND PHOTOTROPHIC BACTERIAL BLOOMS (RED WATERS) IN A BRACKISH COASTAL LAGOON

      Oceanologica acta
    35. CHUNG SH; SHEN GZ; ORMEROD J; BRYANT DA
      INSERTIONAL INACTIVATION STUDIES OF THE CSMA AND CSMC GENES OF THE GREEN SULFUR BACTERIUM CHLOROBIUM-VIBRIOFORME-8327 - THE CHLOROSOME PROTEIN CSMA IS REQUIRED FOR VIABILITY BUT CSMC IS DISPENSABLE

      FEMS microbiology letters
    36. GROS O; DEWULFDURAND P; FRENKIEL L; MOUEZA M
      PUTATIVE ENVIRONMENTAL TRANSMISSION OF SULFUR-OXIDIZING BACTERIAL SYMBIONTS IN TROPICAL LUCINID BIVALVES INHABITING VARIOUS ENVIRONMENTS

      FEMS microbiology letters
    37. CHO SH; NA JU; YOUN H; HWANG CS; LEE CH; KANG SO
      TEPIDOPTERIN, (L-THREO-BIOPTERIN-2'-YL)-BETA-N-ACETYLGLUCOSAMINE FROMCHLOROBIUM-TEPIDUM

      Biochimica et biophysica acta (G). General subjects
    38. FROSTL JM; OVERMANN J
      PHYSIOLOGY AND TACTIC RESPONSE OF THE PHOTOTROPHIC CONSORTIUM CHLOROCHROMATIUM-AGGREGATUM

      Archives of microbiology
    39. DREPPER F; SAITO T; KOBAYASHI M; NOZAWA T; MATHIS P
      ELECTRON-TRANSFER REACTIONS OF HIGH-POTENTIAL CYTOCHROMES IN THE REACTION-CENTER OF CHROMATIUM-TEPIDUM

      Photosynthesis research
    40. Schmidt, KA; Trissl, HW
      Combined fluorescence and photovoltage studies on chlorosome containing bacteria - II. Whole cells and chlorosome-depleted membranes of Chlorobium limicola

      PHOTOSYNTHESIS RESEARCH
    41. SIDOROVA TN; MAKHNEVA ZK; PUCHKOVA NN; GORLENKO VM; EROKHIN YE; MOSKALENKO AA
      CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PHOTOSYNTHETIC APPARATUS OF THE PURPLE BACTERIUM THIOCAPSA SP. BM3 CONTAINING OKENONE AS A MAJOR CAROTENOID

      Microbiology
    42. IMHOFF JF; SULING J; PETRI R
      PHYLOGENETIC-RELATIONSHIPS AMONG THE CHROMATIACEAE, THEIR TAXONOMIC RECLASSIFICATION AND DESCRIPTION OF THE NEW GENERA ALLOCHROMATIUM, HALOCHROMATIUM, ISOCHROMATIUM, MARICHROMATIUM, THIOCOCCUS, THIOHALOCAPSA AND THERMOCHROMATIUM

      International journal of systematic bacteriology
    43. GUYONEAUD R; SULING J; PETRI R; MATHERON R; CAUMETTE P; PFENNIG N; IMHOFF JF
      TAXONOMIC REARRANGEMENTS OF THE GENERA THIOCAPSA AND AMOEBOBACTER ON THE BASIS OF 16S RDNA SEQUENCE ANALYSES, AND DESCRIPTION OF THIOLAMPROVUM GEN. NOV

      International journal of systematic bacteriology
    44. ERINCIN E; DURUSOY T; BOZDEMIR TO; YURUM Y
      BIODESULFURIZATION OF TURKISH LIGNITES - 3 - THE EFFECT OF LIGNITE TYPE AND PARTICLE-SIZE ON MICROBIAL DESULFURIZATION BY RHODOCOCCUS-RHODOCHROUS

      Fuel
    45. GRIESBECK C; HAGERBRAUN C; ROGL H; HAUSKA G
      QUANTITATION OF P840 REACTION-CENTER PREPARATIONS FROM CHLOROBIUM-TEPIDUM - CHLOROPHYLLS AND FMO-PROTEIN

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Bioenergetics
    46. NOGAMI Y; MAEDA T; NEGISHI A; SUGIO T
      INHIBITION OF SULFUR-OXIDIZING ACTIVITY BY NICKEL ION IN THIOBACILLUSTHIOOXIDANS NB1-3 ISOLATED FROM THE CORRODED CONCRETE

      Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry
    47. JORDAN SL; MCDONALD IR; KRACZKIEWICZDOWJAT AJ; KELLY DP; RAINEY FA; MURRELL JC; WOOD AP
      AUTOTROPHIC GROWTH ON CARBON-DISULFIDE IS A PROPERTY OF NOVEL STRAINSOF PARACOCCUS-DENITRIFICANS

      Archives of microbiology
    48. PFENNIG N; LUNSDORF H; SULING J; IMHOFF JF
      RHODOSPIRA-TRUEPERI GEN-NOV, SPEC NOV, A NEW PHOTOTROPHIC PROTEOBACTERIUM OF THE ALPHA-GROUP

      Archives of microbiology
    49. FRANCKE C; AMESZ J
      ISOLATION AND PIGMENT COMPOSITION OF THE ANTENNA SYSTEM OF 4 SPECIES OF GREEN SULFUR BACTERIA

      Photosynthesis research
    50. SCHELLER HV; NAVER H; MOLLER BL
      MOLECULAR ASPECTS OF PHOTOSYSTEM-I

      Physiologia Plantarum
    51. ALBOUY D; JOLIOT P; ROBERT B; NITSCHKE W
      ELECTRON-TRANSFER TOWARDS THE RCI-TYPE PHOTOSYSTEM IN THE GREEN SULFUR BACTERIUM CHLOROBIUM-LIMICOLA FORMA THIOSULFATOPHILUM STUDIED BY TIME-RESOLVED OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPY IN-VIVO

      European journal of biochemistry
    52. VANNOORT PI; ZHU YW; LOBRUTTO R; BLANKENSHIP RE
      REDOX EFFECTS ON THE EXCITED-STATE LIFETIME IN CHLOROSOMES AND BACTERIOCHLOROPHYLL-C OLIGOMERS

      Biophysical journal
    53. FRANKEN EM; AMESZ J
      ELECTRON-TRANSPORT AND TRIPLET FORMATION IN MEMBRANE-FRAGMENTS OF THEGREEN SULFUR BACTERIUM PROSTHECOCHLORIS-AESTUARII

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Bioenergetics
    54. MAEDA T; NEGISHI A; NOGAMI Y; SUGIO T
      NICKEL INHIBITION OF THE GROWTH OF A SULFUR-OXIDIZING BACTERIUM ISOLATED FROM CORRODED CONCRETE

      Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry
    55. STACKEBRANDT E; RAINEY FA; WARDRAINEY N
      ANOXYGENIC PHOTOTROPHY ACROSS THE PHYLOGENETIC SPECTRUM - CURRENT UNDERSTANDING AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES

      Archives of microbiology
    56. CHUNG S; BRYANT DA
      CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CSMD AND CSME GENES FROM CHLOROBIUM-TEPIDUM -THE CSMA, CSMC, CSMD, AND CSME PROTEINS ARE COMPONENTS OF THE CHLOROSOME ENVELOPE

      Photosynthesis research
    57. FRANCKE C; OTTE SCM; MILLER M; AMESZ J; OLSON JM
      ENERGY-TRANSFER FROM CAROTENOID AND FMO-PROTEIN IN SUBCELLULAR PREPARATIONS FROM GREEN SULFUR BACTERIA - SPECTROSCOPIC CHARACTERIZATION OF AN FMO-REACTION CENTER CORE COMPLEX AT LOW-TEMPERATURE

      Photosynthesis research
    58. DAS SK; MISHRA AK; TINDALL BJ; RAINEY FA; STACKEBRANDT E
      OXIDATION OF THIOSULFATE BY A NEW BACTERIUM, BOSEA THIOOXIDANS (STRAIN BI-42) GEN-NOV, SP-NOV - ANALYSIS OF PHYLOGENY BASED ON CHEMOTAXONOMY AND 16S RIBOSOMAL DNA-SEQUENCING

      International journal of systematic bacteriology
    59. MENDEZALVAREZ S; ESTEVE I; GUERRERO R; GAJU N
      GENOMIC ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENT CHLOROBIUM STRAINS BY PULSED-FIELD GEL-ELECTROPHORESIS AND RIBOTYPING

      International journal of systematic bacteriology
    60. GUYONEAUD R; MATHERON R; BAULAIGUE R; PODEUR K; HIRSCHLER A; CAUMETTE P
      ANOXYGENIC PHOTOTROPHIC BACTERIA IN EUTROPHIC COASTAL LAGOONS OF THE FRENCH MEDITERRANEAN AND ATLANTIC COASTS (PREVOST LAGOON, ARCACHON BAY, CERTES FISHPONDS)

      Hydrobiologia
    61. NITSCHKE W; SCHOEPP B; FLOSS B; SCHRICKER A; RUTHERFORD AW; LIEBL U
      MEMBRANE-BOUND C-TYPE CYTOCHROMES IN HELIOBACILLUS-MOBILIS - CHARACTERIZATION BY EPR AND OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPY IN MEMBRANES AND DETERGENT-SOLUBILIZED MATERIAL

      European journal of biochemistry
    62. NOGUCHI T; KUSUMOTO N; INOUE Y; SAKURAI H
      ELECTRONIC AND VIBRATIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE RADICAL-CATION OF P-840 IN THE PUTATIVE HOMODIMERIC REACTION-CENTER FROM CHLOROBIUM-TEPIDUM AS STUDIED BY FTIR SPECTROSCOPY

      Biochemistry
    63. KIMBLE LK; MANDELCO L; WOESE CR; MADIGAN MT
      HELIOBACTERIUM MODESTICALDUM, SP-NOV, A THERMOPHILIC HELIOBACTERIUM OF HOT-SPRINGS AND VOLCANIC SOILS

      Archives of microbiology
    64. FEILER U; ALBOUY D; ROBERT B; MATTIOLI TA
      SYMMETRICAL STRUCTURAL FEATURES AND BINDING-SITE OF THE PRIMARY ELECTRON-DONOR IN THE REACTION-CENTER OF CHLOROBIUM

      Biochemistry
    65. HAGERBRAUN C; XIE DL; JAROSCH U; HEROLD E; BUTTNER M; ZIMMERMANN R; DEUTZMANN R; HAUSKA G; NELSON N
      STABLE PHOTOBLEACHING OF P840 IN CHLOROBIUM REACTION-CENTER PREPARATIONS - PRESENCE OF THE 42-KDA BACTERIOCHLOROPHYLL ALPHA-PROTEIN AND A 17-KDA POLYPEPTIDE

      Biochemistry
    66. GALINSKI EA; TRUPER HG
      MICROBIAL BEHAVIOR IN SALT-STRESSED ECOSYSTEMS

      FEMS microbiology reviews
    67. OLLIVIER B; CAUMETTE P; GARCIA JL; MAH RA
      ANAEROBIC-BACTERIA FROM HYPERSALINE ENVIRONMENTS

      Microbiological reviews
    68. KUSUMOTO N; INOUE K; NASU H; SAKURAI H
      PREPARATION OF A PHOTOACTIVE REACTION-CENTER COMPLEX CONTAINING PHOTO-REDUCIBLE FE-S CENTERS AND PHOTOOXIDIZABLE CYTOCHROME-C FROM THE GREEN SULFUR BACTERIUM CHLOROBIUM-TEPIDUM

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    69. KERFELD CA; YEATES TO; THORNBER JP
      BIOCHEMICAL AND SPECTROSCOPIC CHARACTERIZATION OF THE REACTION-CENTERLH1 COMPLEX AND THE CAROTENOID-CONTAINING B820 SUBUNIT OF CHROMATIUM-PURPURATUM

      Biochimica et biophysica acta. Bioenergetics
    70. BLANKENSHIP RE
      PROTEIN-STRUCTURE, ELECTRON-TRANSFER AND EVOLUTION OF PROKARYOTIC PHOTOSYNTHETIC REACTION CENTERS

      Antonie van Leeuwenhoek
    71. OVERMANN J; SANDMANN G; HALL KJ; NORTHCOTE TG
      FOSSIL CAROTENOIDS AND PALEOLIMNOLOGY OF MEROMICTIC MAHONEY LAKE, BRITISH-COLUMBIA, CANADA

      Aquatic sciences
    72. FISCHEL U; OREN A
      FATE OF COMPATIBLE SOLUTES DURING DILUTION STRESS IN ECTOTHIORHODOSPIRA-MARISMORTUI

      FEMS microbiology letters
    73. MACK EE; MANDELCO L; WOESE CR; MADIGAN MT
      RHODOSPIRILLUM-SODOMENSE, SP-NOV, A DEAD-SEA RHODOSPIRILLUM SPECIES

      Archives of microbiology
    74. FUHRMANN S; OVERMANN J; PFENNIG N; FISCHER U
      INFLUENCE OF VITAMIN-B12 AND LIGHT ON THE FORMATION OF CHLOROSOMES INGREEN-COLORED AND BROWN-COLORED CHLOROBIUM SPECIES

      Archives of microbiology
    75. WELSH DT; HERBERT RA
      IDENTIFICATION OF ORGANIC SOLUTES ACCUMULATED BY PURPLE AND GREEN SULFUR BACTERIA DURING OSMOTIC-STRESS USING NATURAL-ABUNDANCE C-13 NUCLEAR-MAGNETIC-RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    76. ECKERT W; TRUPER HG
      MICROBIALLY-RELATED REDOX CHANGES IN A SUBTROPICAL LAKE .1. IN-SITU MONITORING OF THE ANNUAL REDOX CYCLE

      Biogeochemistry
    77. ILLINGER N; XIE DL; HAUSKA G; NELSON N
      IDENTIFICATION OF THE SUBUNIT CARRYING FES-CENTERS A AND B IN THE P840-REACTION CENTER PREPARATION OF CHLOROBIUM-LIMICOLA

      Photosynthesis research
    78. YURKOV VV; VANGEMERDEN H
      ABUNDANCE AND SALT TOLERANCE OF OBLIGATELY AEROBIC, PHOTOTROPHIC BACTERIA IN A MARINE MICROBIAL MAT

      Netherlands journal of sea research
    79. REPETA DJ
      A HIGH-RESOLUTION HISTORICAL RECORD OF HOLOCENE ANOXYGENIC PRIMARY PRODUCTION IN THE BLACK-SEA

      Geochimica et cosmochimica acta
    80. CAUMETTE P
      ECOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF PHOTOTROPHIC BACTERIA AND SULFATE-REDUCING BACTERIA IN MARINE SALTERNS

      Experientia
    81. VENTOSA A
      MOLECULAR TAXONOMY OF GRAM-POSITIVE MODERATELY HALOPHILIC COCCI

      Experientia
    82. BEFFA T
      INHIBITORY-ACTION OF ELEMENTAL SULFUR (S-DEGREES) ON FUNGAL SPORES

      Canadian journal of microbiology
    83. TAN J; CORSON GE; CHEN YL; GARCIA MC; GUNER S; KNAFF DB
      THE UBIQUINOL - CYTOCHROME C2 C OXIDOREDUCTASE OF CHROMATIUM-VINOSUM/

      Biochimica et biophysica acta


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