The Abundance of Tetrahydrofuran/Dioxane Monooxygenase Genes (thmA/dxmA) and 1,4-Dioxane Degradation Activity Are Significantly Correlated at Various Impacted Aquifers

Mengyan Li, Jacques Mathieu, Yuanyuan Liu, E. Tess Van Orden, Yu Yang, Stephanie Fiorenza, Pedro J.J. Alvarez

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