biodegradation of plasticizers by rhodococcus rhodochrous

  • biodegradation of plasticizers by rhodococcus rhodochrous

    Biodegradation of Plasticizers by Rhodococcus rhodochrous

    Biodegradation studies of the pure plasticizer were performed using the microorganism Rhodococcus rhodocrous, American Type Culture Collection (ATCC) 13808 as was used in previous studies (Nalli

  • biodegradation of plasticizers by rhodococcus rhodochrous

    Biodegradation of plasticizers by Rhodococcus rhodochrous

    Rhodococcus rhodochrous was grown in the presence of oneof three plasticizers: bis 2-ethylhexyl adipate (BEHA), dioctyl phthalate (DOP) ordioctyl terephthalate (DOTP). None of the plasticizers were degraded unless anothercarbon source, such as hexadecane, was also present. When R. rhodochrous was grownwith hexadecane as a co-substrate, BEHA was completely degraded and the DOP was degraded

  • biodegradation of plasticizers by rhodococcus rhodochrous

    Biodegradation of plasticizers by Rhodococcus rhodochrous

    Biodegradation of plasticizers by Rhodococcus rhodochrous Biodegradation of plasticizers by Rhodococcus rhodochrous Nalli, S.; Cooper, D.; Nicell, J. 2004-10-12 00:00:00 Rhodococcus rhodochrous was grown in the presence of one of three plasticizers: bis 2-ethylhexyl adipate (BEHA), dioctyl phthalate (DOP) or dioctyl terephthalate (DOTP).

  • metabolites from the biodegradation of di-ester plasticizers

    Metabolites from the biodegradation of di-ester plasticizers

    The plasticizers di-2-ethylhexyl phthalate (DEHP) and di-2-ethylhexyl adipate (DEHA) are ubiquitous in the environment and undergo partial biodegradation in the presence of soil micro-organisms. The validity of a proposed pathway for the degradation of these plasticizers by Rhodococcus rhodochrous has been confirmed by the identification of 2

  • metabolites from the biodegradation of di-ester plasticizers

    Metabolites from the biodegradation of di-ester plasticizers

    Biodegradation of 1,6-hexandiol dibenzoate, a potential green dibenzoate plasticizer, by Rhodococcus rhodochrous, was investigated in the presence of hexadecane as a primary carbon source.

  • metabolites from the biodegradation of di-ester plasticizers

    Metabolites from the biodegradation of di-ester plasticizers

    Metabolites from the biodegradation of di-ester plasticizers by Rhodococcus rhodochrous Sandro Nalli a, David G. Cooper a,*, Jim A. Nicell b aMcGill University, Department of Chemical Engineering, 3610 University, Montreal, QC, Canada H3A 2B2

  • biodegradation of αβ-dichloroalkanes by rhodococcus

    BIODEGRADATION OF αβ-DICHLOROALKANES BY Rhodococcus

    BIODEGRADATION OF α,β-DICHLOROALKANES BY Rhodococcus rhodochrous AND Pseudomonas oleovorans Randall Harris, David Cooper, and Wayne Brown Department of Chemical Engineering, McGill University 3610 University Street, Montreal, Quebec, Canada fax: +1 514 398 6678 – randall.harris@mail.mcgill.ca

  • biodegradation of drotaverine hydrochloride by free

    Biodegradation of Drotaverine Hydrochloride by Free

    Biodegradation of Drotaverine Hydrochloride by Free and Immobilized Cells of Rhodococcus Rhodochrous IEGM 608 World J Microbiol Biotechnol . 2012 Oct;28(10):2997-3006. doi: 10.1007/s11274-012-1110-6.

  • efficient biodegradation of chlorophenols in aqueous phase

    Efficient biodegradation of chlorophenols in aqueous phase

    Biodegradation of chlorophenols by R. rhodochrous DSM6263. R. rhodochrous DSM6263 has been isolated as an aniline and monochloroaniline degrader [].It metabolized aniline exclusively via the β-ketoadipate pathway (with catechol as the central metabolite) while failed to metabolize monochlorinated anilines in the absence of additional carbon sources.

  • biodegradation of plasticizers by rhodotorula rubra

    Biodegradation of plasticizers by Rhodotorula rubra

    Metabolites from the biodegradation of 1,6-hexanediol dibenzoate, a potential green plasticizer, by Rhodococcus rhodochrous. Pour AK, Mamer OA, Cooper DG, Maric M, Nicell JA. J Mass Spectrom, 44(5):662-671, 01 May 2009 Cited by 8 articles | PMID: 19125399

  • features of diclofenac biodegradation by rhodococcus ruber

    Features of diclofenac biodegradation by Rhodococcus ruber

    Rhodococcus ruber strain IEGM 346 capable of complete DCF biodegradation (50 µg/L) over 6 days was selected. It is distinguished by the ability to degrade DCF at high (50 mg/L) concentrations

  • biodegradation of terephthalic acid by rhodococcus

    Biodegradation of Terephthalic Acid by Rhodococcus

    manufacturer, Biodegradation, Rhodococcus biphenylivorans. I. INTRODUCTION. In Thailand, polyester fiber is an important textile industry representing the highest annual man-made fiber production at 67% or 611,200 tons in 2015 [1]. The synthesis process from upstream to midstream discharges large volumes of