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Sustaining Life on Planet Earth : Metalloenzymes Mastering Dioxygen and Other Chewy Gases

Sustaining Life on Planet Earth : Metalloenzymes Mastering Dioxygen and Other Chewy Gases

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KRONECK, Peter M. H., ed., Martha E. SOSA TORRES, ed., 2015. Sustaining Life on Planet Earth : Metalloenzymes Mastering Dioxygen and Other Chewy Gases. Cham:Springer International Publishing. ISBN 978-3-319-12414-8

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