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A patchwork pathway for oxygenase‐independent degradation of side chain containing steroids
- Markus Warnke, Christian Jacoby, +8 authors Matthias Boll
- Medicine, Biology
- Environmental microbiology
- 1 November 2017
The denitrifying betaproteobacterium Sterolibacterium denitrificans serves as model organism for studying the oxygen-independent degradation of cholesterol. Here, we demonstrate its capability of… Expand
Anaerobic benzene degradation by bacteria
- C. Vogt, S. Kleinsteuber, Hans-Hermann Richnow
- Medicine, Biology
- Microbial biotechnology
- 14 October 2011
Benzene is a widespread and toxic contaminant. The fate of benzene in contaminated aquifers seems to be primarily controlled by the abundance of oxygen: benzene is aerobically degraded at high rates… Expand
Carbon, Hydrogen and Chlorine Stable Isotope Fingerprinting for Forensic Investigations of Hexachlorocyclohexanes.
- Natalija Ivdra, A. Fischer, S. Herrero-Martín, T. Giunta, Magali Bonifacie, Hans-Hermann Richnow
- Medicine, Chemistry
- Environmental science & technology
- 3 January 2017
Multielemental stable isotope analysis of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) has the potential to characterize sources, sinks, and degradation processes in the environment. To verify the… Expand
Surface cleaning and sample carrier for complementary high-resolution imaging techniques.
Nowadays, high-resolution imaging techniques are extensively applied in a complementary way to gain insights into complex phenomena. For a truly complementary analytical approach, a common sample… Expand
Dual C-Cl isotope analysis for characterizing the anaerobic transformation of α, β, γ, and δ-hexachlorocyclohexane in contaminated aquifers.
- Y. Liu, Steffen Kümmel, J. Yao, I. Nijenhuis, Hans-Hermann Richnow
- Water research
- 14 July 2020
Hexachlorocyclohexanes (HCHs) are widespread and persistent environmental pollutants, which cause heavy contamination in soil, sediment and groundwater. An anaerobic consortium, which was enriched on… Expand