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Sequential Transhydroxylations Converting Hydroxyhydroquinone to Phloroglucinol in the Strictly Anaerobic, Fermentative Bacterium Pelobacter massiliensis

Sequential Transhydroxylations Converting Hydroxyhydroquinone to Phloroglucinol in the Strictly Anaerobic, Fermentative Bacterium Pelobacter massiliensis

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BRUNE, Andreas, Sylvia SCHNELL, Bernhard SCHINK, 1992. Sequential Transhydroxylations Converting Hydroxyhydroquinone to Phloroglucinol in the Strictly Anaerobic, Fermentative Bacterium Pelobacter massiliensis. In: Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 58(6), pp. 1861-1868

@article{Brune1992Seque-8170, title={Sequential Transhydroxylations Converting Hydroxyhydroquinone to Phloroglucinol in the Strictly Anaerobic, Fermentative Bacterium Pelobacter massiliensis}, year={1992}, number={6}, volume={58}, journal={Applied and Environmental Microbiology}, pages={1861--1868}, author={Brune, Andreas and Schnell, Sylvia and Schink, Bernhard} }

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