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Pseudomonas Putida and Toluene Degradation

09/05/2008 3:59 PM

Does anyone can send me any information about pseudomonas putida and toluene degradation? and generally about bioremediation? thanks.

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Re: question about pseudomonas

09/05/2008 6:04 PM

Hello Valter

Read about both, right here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pseudomonas_putida

Please also read the hyperlinked pages on the above weblink, to improve your understanding of the subject.

Kind Regards....

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Re: Pseudomonas Putida and Toluene Degradation

09/06/2008 9:55 AM

I'd start here and examine the references at the end.

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Re: Pseudomonas Putida and Toluene Degradation

09/06/2008 11:25 AM

And here's me, the biologist, late to the discussion with nothing more to add...except Welcome Aboard, and I'll vote Sparky and Moose GA's...

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Re: Pseudomonas Putida and Toluene Degradation

09/06/2008 1:34 PM

Thank you all, but I don't have access in all the references because it's limited.I searched in wikipedia before I post this subject,but I wanted to know if someone's basic occupy is Pseudomonas so he could gave some useful tips for a project for my master

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