Julia I. Fariña

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Resistance of the indigenous strains P. jadinii M9 and P. anomala M10, to high Cr(6+) concentrations and their ability to reduce chromium in culture medium was studied. The isolates were able to tolerate chromium concentrations up to 104 μg mL(-1). Growth and reduction of Cr(6+) were dependent on incubation temperature, agitation, Cr(6+) concentration, and(More)
The Research topic " Microbial exopolysaccharides from genes to applications " covers 12 articles dealing with the highly diverse class of microbial exopolysaccharides (EPSs). Many bacteria, archaea, yeast, and filamentous fungi are able to produce EPSs under different conditions. These biopolymers significantly differ in monomer composition, substituent(More)
Synthetic petroleum-based polymers and natural plant polymers have the disadvantage of restricted sources, in addition to the non-biodegradability of the former ones. In contrast, eco-sustainable microbial polysaccharides, of low-cost and standardized production, represent an alternative to address this situation. With a strong global market, they attracted(More)
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