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Cyclohexane-1,2-Dione Hydrolase from Denitrifying Azoarcus sp. Strain 22Lin, a novel member of the Thiamine Diphosphate Enzyme family

Cyclohexane-1,2-Dione Hydrolase from Denitrifying Azoarcus sp. Strain 22Lin, a novel member of the Thiamine Diphosphate Enzyme family

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STEINBACH, Alma K., Sonja FRAAS, Jens HARDER, Anja TABBERT, Henner BRINKMANN, Axel MEYER, Ulrich ERMLER, Peter M. H. KRONECK, 2011. Cyclohexane-1,2-Dione Hydrolase from Denitrifying Azoarcus sp. Strain 22Lin, a novel member of the Thiamine Diphosphate Enzyme family. In: Journal of Bacteriology. 193(23), pp. 6760-6769. ISSN 0021-9193. eISSN 1098-5530

@article{Steinbach2011-12Cyclo-19453, title={Cyclohexane-1,2-Dione Hydrolase from Denitrifying Azoarcus sp. Strain 22Lin, a novel member of the Thiamine Diphosphate Enzyme family}, year={2011}, doi={10.1128/JB.05348-11}, number={23}, volume={193}, issn={0021-9193}, journal={Journal of Bacteriology}, pages={6760--6769}, author={Steinbach, Alma K. and Fraas, Sonja and Harder, Jens and Tabbert, Anja and Brinkmann, Henner and Meyer, Axel and Ermler, Ulrich and Kroneck, Peter M. H.} }

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