Several Thermotogales, previously reported as being strict anaerobes, have demonstrated the ability to grow and produce hydrogen in the presence of moderate amounts of molecular oxygen. Thermotoga neapolitana seems to be less sensitive to O2 than other members of this order, including Thermotoga maritima, whose hydrogenase has been purified and characterized. Instead, the enzyme responsible for the...
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