Biodegradation of bisphenol A and disappearance of its estrogenic activity by the green alga Chlorella fusca var. vacuolata.

@article{Hirooka2005BiodegradationOB,
  title={Biodegradation of bisphenol A and disappearance of its estrogenic activity by the green alga Chlorella fusca var. vacuolata.},
  author={Takashi Hirooka and Hiroyasu Nagase and Kotaro Uchida and Yuji Hiroshige and Yoshie Ehara and Jun-ichi Nishikawa and Tsutomu Nishihara and Kazuhisa Miyamoto and Zazumasa Hirata},
  journal={Environmental toxicology and chemistry},
  year={2005},
  volume={24 8},
  pages={1896-901}
}
Bisphenol A (BPA) is known as an endocrine disruptor and often is found in landfill leachates. Removal of BPA by green alga, Chlorella fusca, was characterized, because we previously found that various phenols were well removed by this strain, including BPA. Chlorella fusca was able to remove almost all BPA in the concentration range from 10 to 80 microM for 168 h under continuous illumination at 18 W/m2. At the low light intensity of 2 W/m2, 82% of 40 microM BPA was removed, and only 27% was… CONTINUE READING
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