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Concomitant prediction of environmental fate and toxicity of chemical compounds
The environmental fate of many functional molecules that are produced on a large scale as precursors or as additives to specialty goods (plastics, fibers, construction materials, etc.), let alone those synthesized by the ...
ArsH protects Pseudomonas putida from oxidative damage caused by exposure to arsenic
The two As resistance arsRBC operons of Pseudomonas putida KT2440 are followed by a downstream gene called arsH that encodes an NADPH‐dependent flavin mononucleotide reductase. In this work, we show that the arsH1 and (to ...
Redox stress reshapes carbon fluxes of Pseudomonas putida for cytosolic glucose oxidation and NADPH generation
The soil bacterium and metabolic engineering platform Pseudomonas putida tolerates high levels of endogenous and exogenous oxidative stress, yet the ultimate reason of such property remains unknown. To shed light on this ...