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Novel Metabolism Discovered in Bacteria

News   Apr 01, 2020 | Original story from Goethe University Frankfurt

 
Novel Metabolism Discovered in Bacteria

While acetic acid creating bacteria and methanogens are dependent on the transfer of hydrogen in anoxic biotopes, Acetobacterium woodii recycles hydrogen within its cell. Credit: Sarah Ciurus, Goethe University Frankfurt.

 
 
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