Azoreductase and dye detoxification activities of Bacillus velezensis strain AB

@article{Bafana2007AzoreductaseAD,
  title={Azoreductase and dye detoxification activities of Bacillus velezensis strain AB},
  author={Amit Bafana and Tapan Chakrabarti and Sivanesan Saravana Devi},
  journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2007},
  volume={77},
  pages={1139-1144}
}
Azo dyes are known to be a very important and widely used class of toxic and carcinogenic compounds. Although lot of research has been carried out for their removal from industrial effluents, very little attention is given to changes in their toxicity and mutagenicity during the treatment processes. Present investigation describes isolation of a Bacillus velezensis culture capable of degrading azo dye Direct Red 28 (DR28). Azoreductase enzyme was isolated from it, and its molecular weight was… CONTINUE READING
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