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Environmental and Intestinal Phylum Firmicutes Bacteria Metabolize the Plant Sugar Sulfoquinovose via a 6-Deoxy-6-sulfofructose Transaldolase Pathway

Environmental and Intestinal Phylum Firmicutes Bacteria Metabolize the Plant Sugar Sulfoquinovose via a 6-Deoxy-6-sulfofructose Transaldolase Pathway

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FROMMEYER, Benjamin, Alexander W. FIEDLER, Sebastian R. OEHLER, Buck T. HANSON, Alexander LOY, Paolo FRANCHINI, Dieter SPITELLER, David SCHLEHECK, 2020. Environmental and Intestinal Phylum Firmicutes Bacteria Metabolize the Plant Sugar Sulfoquinovose via a 6-Deoxy-6-sulfofructose Transaldolase Pathway. In: iScience. Elsevier. 23(9), 101510. eISSN 2589-0042. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.isci.2020.101510

@article{Frommeyer2020-08-28Envir-51025, title={Environmental and Intestinal Phylum Firmicutes Bacteria Metabolize the Plant Sugar Sulfoquinovose via a 6-Deoxy-6-sulfofructose Transaldolase Pathway}, year={2020}, doi={10.1016/j.isci.2020.101510}, number={9}, volume={23}, journal={iScience}, author={Frommeyer, Benjamin and Fiedler, Alexander W. and Oehler, Sebastian R. and Hanson, Buck T. and Loy, Alexander and Franchini, Paolo and Spiteller, Dieter and Schleheck, David}, note={Article Number: 101510} }

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