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Significant nitrate reductase activity was detected in mutants of Salmonella typhimurium which mapped at or near chIC and which were incapable of growth with nitrate as electron acceptor. The same mutants were sensitive to chlorate and performed sufficient nitrate reduction to permit anaerobic growth with nitrate as the sole nitrogen source in media containing glucose. The mutant nitrate-reducing protein did not migrate with the wild-type nitrate reductase in polyacrylamide electrophoreticdoi:10.1128/jb.150.2.563-571.1982 fatcat:kuxzubleaverveio3if43unt6q