By Allen I. Laskin

An eclectic quantity of topical reports on all features of utilized microbiology. It includes 14 complete studies of present examine in utilized microbiology.

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Microbiol. 62, 316–322. This Page Intentionally Left Blank The Potential of Site-Specific Recombinases as Novel Reporters in Whole-Cell Biosensors of Pollution PAUL HINDE, JANE MEADOWS, JON SAUNDERS, AND CLIVE EDWARDS School of Biological Sciences University of Liverpool Liverpool, L69 7ZB United Kingdom I. Introduction II. Well-Characterized Biosensors A. Microbial Xenobiotic Biosensors B. Nonspecific Microbial Biosensors C. Specific Biosensors D. Limitations of Reporter Genes for in Situ Applications E.

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