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      Aerobic reduction of selenite and tellurite to elemental selenium and tellurium nanostructures by Alteromonas sp. under saline conditions

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              Ecology and biotechnology of selenium-respiring bacteria.

              In nature, selenium is actively cycled between oxic and anoxic habitats, and this cycle plays an important role in carbon and nitrogen mineralization through bacterial anaerobic respiration. Selenium-respiring bacteria (SeRB) are found in geographically diverse, pristine or contaminated environments and play a pivotal role in the selenium cycle. Unlike its structural analogues oxygen and sulfur, the chalcogen selenium and its microbial cycling have received much less attention by the scientific community. This review focuses on microorganisms that use selenate and selenite as terminal electron acceptors, in parallel to the well-studied sulfate-reducing bacteria. It overviews the significant advancements made in recent years on the role of SeRB in the biological selenium cycle and their ecological role, phylogenetic characterization, and metabolism, as well as selenium biomineralization mechanisms and environmental biotechnological applications.
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                International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation
                International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation
                Elsevier BV
                09648305
                April 2023
                April 2023
                : 179
                : 105571
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                10.1016/j.ibiod.2023.105571
                e1399810-f186-4fc1-a864-1ea7dc6f80a3
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