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2001). Furthermore, deactivation of 3OC6HSL was observed by HOBr in the marine alga Laminaria digitata. The formation of HOBr is catalyzed by bromoperoxidase in the presence of bromide and hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), which are found in seawater and produced by Laminaria digitata, respectively. Interestingly, the reaction between 3OC6HSL and stabilized 44 WANG et al. hypobromite in a Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilm medium occurred. DEBHL and hyd‐DBEHL were detected as described above, despite the much higher level of biofilm components.
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