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Genus- and groupspecific hybridization probes for determinative and environmental studies of sulfate-reducing bacteria. Syst. Appl. Microbiol. 15, 601–609. , Benison, G. , Pitts, K. , Summers, A. , and Omichinski, J. G. (2004). NMR structural studies reveal a novel protein fold for MerB, the organomercurial lyase involved in the bacterial mercury resistance system. Biochemistry 43, 8322–8332. , Kock, H. , Einax, J. , Lowe, A. , Burrows, J. , and Schroeder, W. H. (2002). Antarctic springtime depletion of atmospheric mercury.

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2001). , 1997). VII. Conclusions Microbial transformations play critical roles in the mercury geochemical cycle, and understanding the mechanisms of these transformations is essential for controlling mercury transport and accumulation in the biosphere. This review presents achievements in mercury microbiology research during the last 35 years and identifies areas in which more MICROBIAL TRANSFORMATIONS OF MERCURY 39 information is needed to complete our understanding of how microbes in the diverse ecological niches that exist on earth interact with mercury.

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