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This book describes the complex processes involved in styrene degradation by microbes, including highly adaptive microorganisms, the various enzymes involved in styrene biodegradation, new styrene-catabolic routes, novel regulatory mechanisms, and the genes coding for styrene metabolizing enzymes. Numerous biotechnological applications are discussed, such as the development of sustainable eco-friendly technologies as well as the use of styrene degrading microorganisms and their enzymes as a rich resource for biotechnology.
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Styrene, an introduction.- Pathways for the degradation of styrene.- Molecular genetics of styrene degrading routes.- Selected enzymes of styrene catabolism.- Biotechnological applications of styrene degrading microorganisms or involved enzymes.- Conclusions and future perspectives.

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