Microorganisms in heavy metal bioremediation: strategies for applying microbial-community engineering to remediate soils
journal contributionposted on 06.01.2021, 04:59 authored by Jennifer WoodJennifer Wood, W Liu, Caixian TangCaixian Tang, Ashley FranksAshley Franks
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A. E. Franks and J.L.Wood received funding from the Defense Science Institute Synthetic Biology Initiative. A. E. Franks receives funding from Australian Research Council Linkage Project (LP140100459), Office of Naval Research Global (Award No N626909-13-1-N259) and Asian Office of Aerospace Research & Development, (Award Number FA2386-14-1-4032). C. Tang receives funding from an Australian Research Council Linkage Project (LP100100800).
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