plasticizer degradation by marine bacterial isolates: a

  • plasticizer degradation by marine bacterial isolates: a

    Plasticizer Degradation by Marine Bacterial Isolates: A

    Through the enrichment and isolation of 42 bacterial isolates capable of plasticizer degradation we found that, while the ability to grow using PAE plasticizers (e.g., DBP and DEHP) was fairly widespread, surprisingly, ATBC was the plasticizer that the lowest number of isolates was able to use for growth (Table 2; Supporting Information Table S1).

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    Plasticizer Degradation by Marine Bacterial Isolates: A

    Plasticizer Degradation by Marine Bacterial Isolates: A Proteogenomic and Metabolomic Characterization. Wright RJ(1)(2), Bosch R(3)(4), Gibson MI(5)(6), Christie-Oleza JA(1)(3)(4). Author information: (1)School of Life Sciences, University of Warwick , Coventry CV4 7AL , U.K. (2)School for Resource and Environmental Studies , Dalhousie

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    Plasticizer Degradation by Marine Bacterial Isolates: A

    Plasticizer Degradation by Marine Bacterial Isolates: A Proteogenomic and Metabolomic Characterization Robyn J. Wright,* Rafael Bosch, Matthew I. Gibson, and Joseph A. Christie-Oleza* Cite This: Environ. Sci. Technol. 2020, 54, 2244−2256 Read Online ACCESS Metrics & More Article Recommendations * sı Supporting Information

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    (PDF) Plasticizer Degradation by Marine Bacterial Isolates: A

    Plasticizer Degradation by Marine Bacterial Isolates: A Proteogenomic and Metabolomic Characterization Article (PDF Available) in Environmental Science and Technology XXXX(XXX) · January 2020

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    R : Plasticizer degradation by marine bacterial isolates : a

    From marine plastic debris, we enriched and isolated microbes able to grow using a range of plasticizers and, for the first time, identified the pathways used by two phylogenetically distinct bacteria to degrade three different plasticizers (i.e., DBP, DEHP, and ATBC) via a comprehensive proteogenomic and metabolomic approach.

  • bacterial degradation of plasticized pvc

    Bacterial Degradation of Plasticized PVC

    Bacterial isolates differing in morphology were selected, purified and maintained at 4°C. microbial biodiversity and degradation mechanisms of marine plastic debris, and present data, based

  • isolation and characterization of marine bacteria capable

    Isolation and characterization of marine bacteria capable

    Eleven phthalate-degrading bacterial strains were isolated from seawater collected off the coast of Japan. The isolates were found to be most closely related to the marine bacterial genera Alteromonas, Citreicella, Marinomonas, Marinovum, Pelagibaca, Rhodovulum, Sulfitobacter, Thalassobius, Thalassococcus, Thalassospira, and Tropicibacter. For the first time, members of these genera were shown

  • microbial biodegradation

    Microbial biodegradation

    Microbial biodegradation is the use of bioremediation and biotransformation methods to harness the naturally occurring ability of microbial xenobiotic metabolism to degrade, transform or accumulate environmental pollutants, including hydrocarbons (e.g. oil), polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), heterocyclic compounds (such as pyridine or quinoline

  • biodegradation of phenol by a newly isolated marine bacterial

    Biodegradation of phenol by a newly isolated marine bacterial

    A total of 15 bacterial isolates able to grown in beef extract-peptone media supplemented with 1500 mg/L of phenol were isolated from the samples. Among them, seven, five and three strains were isolated from sea mud, sea sand and seawater, respectively. Among the 15 isolates, one grew on solid beef extract-peptone medium

  • publications - plastic vectors project

    Publications - Plastic Vectors Project

    Plasticizer degradation by marine bacterial isolates: a proteogenomic and metabolomic characterization. Environmental Science and Technology (in press) Rodrigues A, Oliver DM, McCarron A, Quilliam RS (2019). Colonisation of plastic pellets (nurdles) by E. coli at public bathing beaches. Marine Pollution Bulletin 139, 376-380

  • bio-degradable plastic production by bacteria isolated from

    Bio-degradable plastic production by bacteria isolated from

    4.1 Isolation of bacterial isolates from sources like marine and organic-wastes 4.1.1 Isolation of marine bacteria 4.1.2 Isolation of bacteria from Organic-Wastes 4.2 Screening of different isolates of marine and organic wastes bacteria for production of bioplastic 4.3 Extraction of produced PHB in the potent isolates

  • the composition of bacterial communities associated

    The composition of bacterial communities associated

    Bacterial communities in marine biofilms are impaired by solar radiation [25,29]. Partial plastic photo-oxidation typically precedes biotic plastic degradation by changing surface properties of the polymers such as roughness, topography and chemistry . Hence, one might assume that the development of biofouling communities on marine plastics is