Marinobacterium sp. strain DMS-S1 uses dimethyl sulphide as a sulphur source after light-dependent transformation by excreted flavins

Hiroyuki Hirano, Takako Yoshida, Hiroyuki Fuse, Takayuki Endo, Hiroshi Habe, Hideaki Nojiri, Toshio Omori

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