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BacterioFiles Micro Edition 22 - Shocking Shewanella

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  1. And let us not forget that as a dissimilatory metal reducer, Shewanella has important applications in bioremediation--it can reduce chromium VI (liquid) and uranium VI (liquid) to their insoluble states.

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