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Complete degradation of di-n-octyl phthalate by biochemical cooperation between Gordonia sp. strain JDC-2 and Arthrobacter sp. strain JDC-32 isolated from activated sludge.
Biodegradation of an endocrine-disrupting chemical di-n-butyl phthalate by newly isolated Agrobacterium sp. and the biochemical pathway
Metabolic Capability of a Predominant Halanaerobium sp. in Hydraulically Fractured Gas Wells and Its Implication in Pipeline Corrosion
It is suggested that predominant halophiles associated with unconventional shale gas extraction could proliferate and produce sulfide and acetate from the metabolism of polysaccharides used in hydraulic fracturing fluids and return to the surface and transported in pipelines to cause pitting corrosion in downstream infrastructure.
Biodegradation of di-n-butyl phthalate by Rhodococcus sp. JDC-11 and molecular detection of 3, 4-phthalate dioxygenase gene.
- D. Jin, R. Liang, Qin-yun Dai, Ruiying Zhang, Xue-ling Wu, W. Chao
- Biology, EngineeringJournal of microbiology and biotechnology
- 1 October 2010
The effect of glucose concentration on DBP degradation indicated that low concentration of glucose inhibited the degradation of DBP while high concentrations of glucose increased its degradation, and the substrates utilization test showed that JDC-11 could also utilize other phthalates.
Isolation and characterization of four di-n-butyl phthalate (DBP)-degrading Gordonia sp. strains and cloning the 3,4-phthalate dioxygenase gene
To the authors' knowledge, this is the first time that the 3,4-phthalate dioxygenase gene has been successfully cloned from Gordonia sp.
Degradation of Di-n-butyl Phthalate by Newly Isolated Ochrobactrum sp.
- Xue-ling Wu, Yangyang Wang, R. Liang, Qin-yun Dai, W. Chao
- Biology, EngineeringBulletin of environmental contamination and…
- 25 July 2010
Over 87% of supplied di-n-butyl phthalate (DBP) was degraded by JDC-41 in a pH neutral mineral salts medium at 30°C within 48 h, and increased DBP in the culture correspondingly increased degradation half-life from 3.83 to 18.12 h.
Cretaceous dinosaur bone contains recent organic material and provides an environment conducive to microbial communities
16S rRNA amplicon sequencing revealed that dinosaur bone hosted an abundant microbial community different from lesser abundant communities of surrounding sediment, attracting microbes that likely utilize inorganic nutrients and complicate identification of original organic material.
Genetic diversity of phthalic acid esters-degrading bacteria isolated from different geographical regions of China
A high level of genetic diversity among PAEs-degrading bacteria in the natural environment and their great potential to clean up phthalates-contaminated environments is suggested.
Aerobic biodegradation of diethyl phthalate by Acinetobacter sp. JDC-16 isolated from river sludge
The substrate induction test indicates that DEP-induction can apparently shorten the lag phase and enhance the degradation rate, and this work highlights the potential of this isolate for bioremediation of phthalates-contaminated environments.
Roles of thermophilic thiosulfate-reducing bacteria and methanogenic archaea in the biocorrosion of oil pipelines
- R. Liang, Robert S. Grizzle, K. Duncan, M. McInerney, J. Suflita
- BiologyFront. Microbiol.
- 6 March 2014
The results show the importance of thiosulfate-utilizing, sulfide-producing fermentative bacteria such as Anaerobaculum sp.