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A broad-spectrum dye-decolorizing bacterium, strain DN322, was isolated from activated sludge of a textile printing wastewater treatment plant. The strain was characterized and identified as a member of Aeromonas hydrophila based on Gram staining, morphology characters, biochemical tests, and nearly complete sequence analysis of 16S rRNA gene and the gyrase(More)
The biological treatment of triphenylmethane dyes is an important issue. Most microbes have limited practical application because they cannot completely detoxicate these dyes. In this study, the extractive biodecolorization of triphenylmethane dyes by Aeromonas hydrophila DN322p was carried out by introducing the cloud point system. The cloud point system(More)
The molecular analysis methods of PCR amplification, random cloning and sequencing were used to investigate the ammonia-oxidizing bacterial community composition and the activity of ammonia-monooxygenase (AMO) from the activated sludge samples of an industrial wastewater treatment plant receiving sewage with high ammonia concentration. It is the first time(More)
OBJECTIVE We studied the effects of different organic solvents and inhibitors on the decolorization of recombinant triphenylmethane dyes decolorization enzyme (TpmD), expressed extracellularly from Pichia pastoris. METHODS The recombinant TpmD was purified by ultrafiltration and Ni2+ affinity chromatography. The decolorization activity for malachite green(More)
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