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Harnessing microbial appetites for remediation

Nature Biotechnology volume 21, pages 243244 (2003) | Download Citation

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Demonstration of dioxin dehalogenation by an anaerobic bacterium highlights potential for bioremediation of recalcitrant anthropogenic pollutants.

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  1. Kenneth H. Nealson is Wrigley Professor of Geobiology, Department of Earth Sciences, 223 Science Hall, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Ca 90089-0740 knealson@usc.edu.

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