The University of Minnesota Biocatalysis/Biodegradation Database (UM/BBD) contains "microbial biocatalytic reactions and biodegradation pathways primarily for xenobiotic, chemical compounds." A new microbial enzyme-catalyzed reactions has been posted for Flourene. Flourene is commonly found in vehicle exhaust emissions, motor oils, crude oils, coal and oil combustion products, industrial effluents, and waste incineration, and is a major component of "fossil fuels and their derivatives." The Fluorene pathway map includes organisms which initiate the pathway, as well as organisms that carry out later steps. The pathway map provides detailed information on each hyperlinked step, including graphics, product/substrate reactions, and external links to further information.
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