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The multifunctional isopropyl alcohol dehydrogenase of Phytomonas sp. could be the result of a horizontal gene transfer from a bacterium to the trypanosomatid lineage.

Bibliographic reference Molinas, Sara M ; Altabe, Silvia G ; Opperdoes, Frederik ; Rider, Mark ; Michels, Paulus ; et. al. The multifunctional isopropyl alcohol dehydrogenase of Phytomonas sp. could be the result of a horizontal gene transfer from a bacterium to the trypanosomatid lineage.. In: The Journal of biological chemistry, Vol. 278, no. 38, p. 36169-75 (2003)
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