Arsenic tolerance genes characterization
What is it about?
Bioinformatic characterization of arsenic tolerance genes in the environmental arsenic-tolerant bacteria Rhodococcus erythropolis S43
Why is it important?
Understanding arsenic tolerance mechanisms is the foundation to find a solution highly contaminated sites. Thus, characterizing the genomic pathways involved in arsenic response in a tolerant bacteria will give the basis knowledge to get closer to a solution oriented to remediate arsenic polluted sites.
The following have contributed to this page: Mr Gerardo Retamal-Morales, Dr Dirk Tischler, and Ringo Schwabe
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