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Therefore, bioremediation of polluted environments with microorganisms or enzymes produced by them are excellent alternatives to counteract the noxious effects of these compounds. Bacillus subtilis possesses genes encoding proteins belonging to a group of enzymes called FMN-Oxide Reductases. In this manuscript, we describe the distribution, functional and structural properties of these proteins which makes them potential candidates to remediate effluents contaminates with heavy metals and nitrogen-based carcinogenic compounds.
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