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  • Analysis of genes involved in methyl halide degradation in Aminobacter lissarensis CC495

    Warner, Karen L.; Larkin, Michael J.; Harper, David B.; Murrell, J. Colin; McDonald, Ian R. (Elsevier BV, 2006)
    Aminobacter lissarensis CC495 is an aerobic facultative methylotroph capable of growth on glucose, glycerol, pyruvate and methylamine as well as the methyl halides methyl chloride and methyl bromide. Previously, cells grown ...
  • Diversity of methyl halide-degrading microorganisms in oceanic and coastal waters

    Cox, Michael J.; Schäfer, Hendrik; Nightingale, Phillip D.; McDonald, Ian R.; Murrell, J. Colin (WIley, 2012)
    Methyl halides have a significant impact on atmospheric chemistry, particularly in the degradation of stratospheric ozone. Bacteria are known to contribute to the degradation of methyl halides in the oceans and marine ...