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Secretion of Flavins by Shewanella Species and Their Role in Extracellular Electron Transfer
ABSTRACT Fe(III)-respiring bacteria such as Shewanella species play an important role in the global cycle of iron, manganese, and trace metals and are useful for many biotechnological applications,Expand
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Microbial reduction of metals and radionuclides.
  • J. Lloyd
  • Medicine, Chemistry
  • FEMS microbiology reviews
  • 1 June 2003
The microbial reduction of metals has attracted recent interest as these transformations can play crucial roles in the cycling of both inorganic and organic species in a range of environments and, ifExpand
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Functional diversity of bacteria in a ferruginous hydrothermal sediment
A microbial community showing diverse respiratory processes was identified within an arsenic-rich, ferruginous shallow marine hydrothermal sediment (20–40 °C, pH 6.0–6.3) in Santorini, Greece.Expand
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Inhibition of sulfate reducing bacteria in aquifer sediment by iron nanoparticles.
Batch microcosms were setup to determine the impact of different sized zero valent iron (Fe(0)) particles on microbial sulfate reduction during the in situ bio-precipitation of metals. The microcosmsExpand
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Reactive azo dye reduction by Shewanella strain J18 143
A bacterial isolate designated strain J18 143, originally isolated from soil contaminated with textile wastewater, was shown to reduce intensely coloured solutions of the reactive azo dye, RemazolExpand
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Microbial degradation of isosaccharinic acid at high pH
Intermediate-level radioactive waste (ILW), which dominates the radioactive waste inventory in the United Kingdom on a volumetric basis, is proposed to be disposed of via a multibarrier deepExpand
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Investigating different mechanisms for biogenic selenite transformations: Geobacter sulfurreducens, Shewanella oneidensis and Veillonella atypica
The metal‐reducing bacteria Geobacter sulfurreducens, Shewanella oneidensis and Veillonella atypica, use different mechanisms to transform toxic, bioavailable sodium selenite to less toxic,Expand
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Bioremediation of uranium-contaminated groundwater: a systems approach to subsurface biogeochemistry.
Adding organic electron donors to stimulate microbial reduction of highly soluble U(VI) to less soluble U(IV) is a promising strategy for immobilizing uranium in contaminated subsurface environments.Expand
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Bioreduction of uranium: environmental implications of a pentavalent intermediate.
The release of uranium and other transuranics into the environment, and their subsequent mobility, are subjects of intense public concern. Uranium dominates the inventory of most medium- andExpand
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Metal reduction by sulphate-reducing bacteria: Physiological diversity and metal specificity
Abstract The reduction of Tc(VII), Cr(VI) Se(IV) and Te(IV) by representatives of three genera of sulphate-reducing bacteria was studied with respect to the specificity of electron donor andExpand
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