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Abstract

The distribution of Cd taken up by was examined by treatment of the organism with chitosan, which affects cell membrane permeability. In a Cd-sensitive strain, almost all of the Cd bound to insoluble material, while in the Cd-resistant strain the Cd was in the cytosol and bound to protein of low molecular weight (<30000). A Cd-resistant strain was also characterized by the decreased uptake of Cd

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