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Volume 19, Number 1, 1 January 2002
Biogeochemistry of Toxic Metals and Metalloids: Dissimilatory Reduction and Other Microbial Redox Reactions

Introduction
pp. 1-1(1)
Author: Oremland, Ronald S.

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The DMSO Reductase Family of Microbial Molybdenum Enzymes; Molecular Properties and Role in the Dissimilatory Reduction of Toxic Elements
pp. 3-21(19)
Authors: McEwan, Alastair G.; Ridge, Justin P.; McDevitt, Christopher A.; Hugenholtz, Philip

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Characterization of Microbial Arsenate Reduction in the Anoxic Bottom Waters of Mono Lake, California
pp. 23-40(18)
Authors: Hoeft, Shelley E.; Lucas, Françoise; Hollibaugh, James T.; Oremland, Ronald S.

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Isolation of a New Arsenate-Respiring Bacterium—Physiological and Phylogenetic Studies
pp. 41-52(12)
Authors: Santini, Joanne M.; Stolz, John F.; Macy, Joan M.

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Oxidation of Arsenite by Agrobacterium albertimagni, AOL15, sp. nov., Isolated from Hot Creek, California
pp. 53-66(14)
Authors: Salmassi, Tina M.; Venkateswaren, Kasthuri; Nealson, Kenneth H.; Newman, Dianne K.; Hering, Janet G.

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New Arsenite-Oxidizing Bacteria Isolated from Australian Gold Mining Environments—Phylogenetic Relationships
pp. 67-76(10)
Authors: Santini, Joanne M.; Sly, Lindsay I.; Wen, Aimin; Comrie, Dean; De Wulf-Durand, Pascal; Macy, Joan M.

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Degradation of Aromatic Compounds Coupled to Selenate Reduction
pp. 77-86(10)
Authors: Knight, Victoria K.; Nijenhuis, Ivonne; Kerkhof, Lee J.; Häggblom, Max M.

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mer-Mediated Resistance and Volatilization of Hg(II) Under Anaerobic Conditions
pp. 87-102(16)
Authors: Schaefer, Jeffra K.; Letowski, Jaroslaw; Barkay, Tamar

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Reduction of Actinides and Fission Products by Fe(III)-Reducing Bacteria
pp. 103-120(18)
Authors: Lloyd, J. R.; Chesnes, J.; Glasauer, S.; Bunker, D. J.; Livens, F. R.; Lovley, D. R.

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Sulfur Disproportionation by the Facultative Anaerobe Pantoea agglomerans SP1 as a Mechanism for Chromium(VI) Reduction
pp. 121-132(12)
Authors: Obraztsova, Anna Y.; Francis, Chris A.; Tebo, Bradley M.

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