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AnAlysis of bActeriAl degrAdAtion of Azo dye congo red using HPlc 57 AnAlysis of bActeriAl degrAdAtion of Azo dye congo red using HPlc

  title={AnAlysis of bActeriAl degrAdAtion of Azo dye congo red using HPlc 57 AnAlysis of bActeriAl degrAdAtion of Azo dye congo red using HPlc},
  author={D. Selva Raj and J. Prabha},
The efficiency of four bacterial species namely Enterobacter cloacae, Hafnia alvei, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Serratia marcescens isolated from agricultural soil in degrading the azo dye Congo Red was analyzed. The bio-degradation was monitored using HPLC (High Performance Liquid Chromatography). Appearance of new peaks and disappearance of certain peaks were observed which showed that either there is bio-degradation or bio-transformation of the azo dye. Sample treated with H. alvei obtained the… 

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