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FEMS Microbiol Lett. 1990 Aug;58(3):249-54.

Cloning and expression of the carbon monoxide dehydrogenase genes from Pseudomonas thermocarboxydovorans strain C2.

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School of Biology, Sunderland Polytechnic, U.K.


Carbon monoxide dehydrogenase (CODH) from Pseudomonas thermocarboxydovorans strain C2 is composed of three non-identical subunits. A gene library of C2 DNA in lambda vector L47.1 was generated and screened using anti-CODH serum. Western blotting experiments revealed a protein which co-migrated with and had the same immunological reaction as the large subunit of CODH in some of the clones isolated from the library. The coding region was pinpointed to a 4 kb fragment which was subcloned into plasmid. Western blotting experiments showed that all three subunits of CODH were coded for by the subclone. However, no CODH activity was detected.

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