Structure-function study of the enzymes of the cyanuric acid catabolic pathways
Up to now the degradation of atrazine by Pseudomonas sp. strain ADP1 bacterium was thought to involve six steps successively catalysed by enzymes: AtzA, AtzB, AtzC, degrading atrazine into cyanuric acid, and AtzD, AtzE and AtzF, successively mineralising cyanuric acid to ammonia and carbon dioxide. The genes atzD-aztE-atzF are arranged in an operon called the cyanuric acid degradation operon. The exploration of cyanuric acid degradation pathways in different...[Show more]
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