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  • n. A tricyclic aromatic organic compound containing two benzene rings fused to a pyrrole ring.
  • n. Any of its derivatives.


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  • The genes encoding the enzymes responsible for the degradation of carbazole to catechol via anthranilate were cloned, sequenced, and characterized from a carbazole-degrading

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  • We predict that IS6100 might play an important role in the establishment of carbazole-degrading pathway, which endows the host to adapt to novel compounds in the environment.

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  • Reverse transcription-PCR results suggested that carAaBaBbCAc gene cluster, fdr, and antRAcAdAbAa gene cluster were induced when strain XLDN2-5 was exposed to carbazole.

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  • The fdr gene encoded a novel ferredoxin reductase whose absence resulted in lower transformation activity of carbazole by CarAa and CarAc.

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  • D.T.: Oxidation of carbazole to 3-hydro - xycarbazole by naphthalene 1,2-dioxygenase and biphenyl 2,3-dioxygenase.

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