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A study on organo-sulfur tolerant bacterial strains from extremophilic coal mine environment- isolation and growth factors

@inproceedings{Ghosh2015ASO,
  title={A study on organo-sulfur tolerant bacterial strains from extremophilic coal mine environment- isolation and growth factors},
  author={A. Ghosh and Abhilash and B. D. Pandey},
  year={2015}
}
Present study describes the isolation of three organo-sulfur tolerant microbial strains designated NA-1, NA-2 and OF-SD (isolated at pH 7) from samples of Assam (India) coal mines. NA-1, NA-2 and OF-SD were tested positive for utilization of ~100mM thiophene and ~50 mM each of phenyl disulphide and dibenzothiophene in presence of media with extremely good growth pattern (generation time). Of the three strains, OF-SD characterized as Bacillus thuringiensis by >1200bp 16S ribosomal RNA partial… Expand

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