Metabolic pathway engineering to enhance aerobic degradation of chlorinated ethenes and to reduce their toxicity by cloning a novel glutathione S-transferase, an evolved toluene o-monooxygenase, and γ-glutamylcysteine synthetase

Lingyun Rui, Young Man Kwon, Kenneth F. Reardon, Thomas K. Wood

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