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Biodegradation of chloroacetamide herbicides by Paracoccus sp. FLY-8 in vitro.
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This study highlights an important potential use of strain FLY-8 for the in situ bioremediation of chloroacetamide herbicides and their metabolite-contaminated environment. Expand
Cloning of a Novel Arylamidase Gene from Paracoccus sp. Strain FLN-7 That Hydrolyzes Amide Pesticides
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The results in the present study suggest that AmpA is a good candidate for the study of the mechanism for amide pesticide hydrolysis, genetic engineering of amide herbicide-resistant crops, and bioremediation of amid pesticide-contaminated environments. Expand
Catellibacterium nanjingense sp. nov., a propanil-degrading bacterium isolated from activated sludge, and emended description of the genus Catellibacterium.
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Based on phenotypic, genotypic and phylogenetic properties, strain Y12(T) represents a novel species of the genus Catellibacterium, for which the name CatellIBacterium nanjingense sp. Expand
Degradation of acetochlor by consortium of two bacterial strains and cloning of a novel amidase gene involved in acetochlor-degrading pathway.
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Two bacterial strains Sphingobium quisquiliarum DC-2 and SphingOBium baderi DE-13, incapable of degrading acetochlor, showed capability of degrading MEA to an intermediate 2-methyl-6-ethylaminophenol (MEAOH), which was mineralized by strain De-13. Expand
Degradation of cyhalofop-butyl (CyB) by Pseudomonas azotoformans strain QDZ-1 and cloning of a novel gene encoding CyB-hydrolyzing esterase.
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The results indicated that the chain length of the alcohol moiety strongly affected the biodegradability of the AOPP herbicides, whereas the substitutions in the aromatic ring had only a slight influence. Expand
Biodegradation of N-Methylpyrrolidone by Paracoccus sp. NMD-4 and its degradation pathway
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Two metabolites, 1-methyl-2,5-pyrrolidinedione and succinic acid, were detected and identified by liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry analysis, and a plausible microbial degradation pathway of NMP was proposed by the first time. Expand
Degradation of piperazine by Paracoccus sp. TOH isolated from activated sludge.
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A highly effective piperazine-degrading bacteria strain, TOH, was isolated from the acclimated activated sludge of a pharmaceutical plant and metabolic intermediates were identified by mass spectrometry, allowing a degradation pathway for p Piperazine to be proposed for the first time. Expand
Dokdonella kunshanensis sp. nov., isolated from activated sludge, and emended description of the genus Dokdonella.
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Comparative 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis showed that strain DC-3(T) belonged to the family Xanthomonadaceae and formed a lineage within the genus Dokdonella, and represents a novel species of the genusDok Donella. Expand
The biodegradation pathway of triethylamine and its biodegradation by immobilized Arthrobacter protophormiae cells.
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The efficiency of TEA removal by immobilized cells of strain R4 was found to be equivalent to that of free cells, and the immobilization cells could be reused without reduction in their ability to degrade TEA. Expand
Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal with P seudomonas putida GM6 from Activated Sludge
Abstract The enhanced biological phosphorus removal (EBPR) method is widely adopted for phosphorus removal from waste-water, yet little is known about its microbiological and molecular mechanisms.Expand
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