A novel perchlorate- and nitrate-reducing bacterium, Azospira sp. PMJ

@article{Nam2016ANP,
  title={A novel perchlorate- and nitrate-reducing bacterium, Azospira sp. PMJ},
  author={Ji-Hyun Nam and J S Ventura and Ick Tae Yeom and Yongwoo Lee and Deokjin Jahng},
  journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2016},
  volume={100},
  pages={6055-6068}
}
A novel perchlorate-reducing bacterium (PCRB), PMJ, was isolated from the mixed liquor suspended solids in the aerobic tank of a wastewater treatment plant. The 16S ribosomal RNA (rRNA), perchlorate reductase, and chlorite dismutase gene sequences revealed that PMJ belonged to the genus Azospira. PMJ was removed high-strength (700 mg/L) perchlorate and also removed low-strength (≤50 mg/L) perchlorate below the detection limit (2 μg/L) when acetate was used as a sole and carbon source. The… CONTINUE READING
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