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[Ecology]-Microbial signal recognition stems from existing building blocks

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Microbial signal recognition stems from existing building blocks

Scientists have characterized a protein that enables certain microorganisms to recognize and absorb ammonium in their environment. Ammonium is considered a toxin that pollutes ecosystems - but for these bacteria it represents an important nutrient and energy source.


https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/20...093731.htm
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