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How Salmonella oxidises H(2) under aerobic conditions.

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Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium is a Gram negative bacterial pathogen and a common cause of food-borne illness. Molecular hydrogen has been shown to be a key respiratory electron donor during infection and H(2) oxidation can be catalysed by three genetically-distinct [NiFe] hydrogenases. Of these, hydrogenases-1 (Hyd-1) and Hyd-2 have well-characterised homologues in Escherichia coli. The third, designated Hyd-5 here, is peculiar to Salmonella and is expressed under aerobic conditions...

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Journal:
FEBS letters
Volume:
586
Issue:
5
Pages:
536-544
Publication date:
2012-03-01
DOI:
EISSN:
1873-3468
ISSN:
0014-5793
Source identifiers:
170160
Language:
English
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pubs:170160
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uuid:1b1135a1-5530-4500-a2c7-82a9755b98c0
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2013-11-16

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