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By Allen I. Laskin, Joan W. Bennett, Geoffrey M. Gadd

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2004) recently showed that microbes in the water column of an industrially contaminated stream—where HgT concentrations reached from hundreds to thousands of nanograms per liter, and where mer genes and transcripts were enriched—degraded MeHg reductively. In contrast, MeHg accumulated in lake water where HgT concentrations ranged from 1 to 10 ng/L and mer genes and transcripts could not be detected, and where low rates of oxidative demethylation took place. , 2004). , 2000) reduction by algal biomass may have contributed to DGM production.

Hybridization of DNA probes with wholecommunity genome for detection of genes that encode microbial responses to pollutants: mer genes and Hg2þ resistance. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 55, 1574–1577. , Miller, S. , and Summers, A. O. (2003). Bacterial mercury resistance from atoms to ecosystems. FEMS Microbiol. Rev. 27, 355–384. , Turner, R. , Rasmussen, L. , Kelly, C. , and Rudd, J. W. (1998). Luminescence facilitated detection of bioavailable mercury in natural waters. Methods. Mol. Biol. 102, 231–246.

Demethylation: The pathways for MeHg degradation in the environment are only partially understood. There is an urgent need to identify pure cultures that degrade MeHg oxidatively so that research on the biochemistry of this process can commence. , Pitts and Summers, 2002), and studying an OL with high specificity to MeHg is needed. 3. , 1997), and their interactions with mercury. Such integration would enhance management and remediation of mercury contamination under diverse conditions. 4. Bioavailable mercury in environmental samples: The inability to accurately measure bioavailable mercury hinders efforts to model and regulate mercury in the environment.

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