Biodegradation of bisphenol A by cells and cell lysate from Sphingomonas sp. strain AO1

@article{Sasaki2004BiodegradationOB,
  title={Biodegradation of bisphenol A by cells and cell lysate from Sphingomonas sp. strain AO1},
  author={Miho Sasaki and Jun-ichi Maki and Ko-ichi Oshiman and Yoshinobu Matsumura and Tetsuaki Tsuchido},
  journal={Biodegradation},
  year={2004},
  volume={16},
  pages={449-459}
}
  • Miho Sasaki, Jun-ichi Maki, +2 authors Tetsuaki Tsuchido
  • Published in Biodegradation 2004
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • AbstractThe capacity and pathway of bisphenol A [BPA; 2,2-bis(4-hydroxyphenyl)propane] degradation in Sphingomonassp. strain AO1, which was isolated from the soil of a vegetable-growing field in Japan, were investigated. The bacterial strain was able to grow in a basal mineral salt medium containing BPA as the sole carbon source (BSMB medium), and was able to degrade 115 μ g ml−1 BPA in 6 h in L medium. Several BPA metabolites were detected in the culture supernatant by HPLC and then identified… CONTINUE READING

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