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Applied Environmental Biotechnology
Chlorothalonil hydrolytic dehalogenase (Chd) is one of two reported hydrolytic dehalogenases for halogenated aromatics, and its catalysis is independent of coenzyme A and ATP. Earlier studies have established that the catalytic activity of Chd requires zinc ions. In this study, the metal center of Chd was systematically investigated. The metal content of Chd was determined by inductively coupled plasma-atomic emission spectrometry (ICP-AES), and there were 2.14 equivalents of zinc/mol ofdoi:10.18063/aeb.2016.01.003 fatcat:tfkqnw64iffedjzkflxmxrl66q