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DEGRADATION OF 4-METHYLPYRIDINE BY ARTHROBACTER SP.

Khasaeva Fatima M.; Parshikov Igor A.; Zaraisky Evgeny I.

In the process of degradation of 4-methylpyridine by bacterium Аrthrobacter sp. KM-4MP were isolated two metabolites and identified as 4-methylpyridin-2-ol and 8-hydroxy-4-methylidene-1H-cyclopenta[1,2-b:3,4-c']dipyridine-2,3,5,7(4H,6H)-tetrone.

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