Jiashi Wei

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Catechol-2, 3-dioxygenase (C23O) from Pseudomonas sp. CGMCC2953 identified in our laboratory, which is one of the key enzymes responsible for phenanthrene biodegradation, was expected to get better characteristics tolerant to environment for its further application. With the aim of improving the enzyme properties by introducing intermolecular disulfide(More)
Four strains with high phenanthrene-degrading ability were isolated from petroleum badly polluted soil. The strainPseudomonas sp. ZJF08 demonstrated the highest rate of degradation (138. 1 mg·L−1·day−1) among them and degraded 97.1% of the phenanthrene in one week. The activities of two key enzymes of ZJF08, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon dioxygenase and(More)
The bacterium Pseudomonas sp. CGMCC2953, isolated from oil-polluted soil, was used as a recipient for a biodegradative gene encoding catechol 2,3-dioxygenase (C23O), which was successfully cloned into the plasmid pK4 derived from pRK415 with a broad host range. The apparent phenanthrene biodegradation parameters of the recombinant microorganism (Pseudomonas(More)
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