Bacterial utilization of dodecyl sulfate and dodecyl benzene sulfonate.

@article{Payne1963BacterialUO,
  title={Bacterial utilization of dodecyl sulfate and dodecyl benzene sulfonate.},
  author={William A. Payne and V E Feisal},
  journal={Applied microbiology},
  year={1963},
  volume={11},
  pages={
          339-44
        }
}
Two unknown bacterial isolants (C12 and C12B) were obtained from enriched soils and cultured on media containing detergent compounds as sole sources of carbon. Either isolant destroyed the foaming capacity of cultures containing dodecyl sulfate; but C12B, which could grow on dodecyl benzene sulfonate (DBS) whereas C12 could not, did not destroy the foaming capacity of this surfactant. The source of DBS available in quantity was a mixture of isomers derived from kerosene, and the bacteria… CONTINUE READING

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