Bacteria Eats Greenhouse Gas with a Side of Protein

News   Mar 23, 2018 | Original Story by Amanda Morris for Northwestern University.

 
Bacteria Eats Greenhouse Gas with a Side of Protein

The structure for copper-bound methanobactin (in white) overlays the modeled MbnB protein structure shown in red and blue. Credit: Amy Rosenzweig Lab, Northwestern University.

 
 
 

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