Biodeterioration of asbestos cement by siderophore-producing Pseudomonas.

@article{David2020BiodeteriorationOA,
  title={Biodeterioration of asbestos cement by siderophore-producing Pseudomonas.},
  author={S. David and Agathe Jaouen and D. Ihiawakrim and V. Geoffroy},
  journal={Journal of hazardous materials},
  year={2020},
  volume={403},
  pages={
          123699
        }
}
Since the ban on the use of asbestos due to its carcinogenic properties, the removal of asbestos cement, representing the major asbestos-containing waste, has proven to be a challenge in most industrial countries. Asbestos-containing products are mainly disposed of in landfills and have remained untreated. Bioremediation involving bacteria previously reported the ability of Pseudomonas aeruginosa to release iron from flocking asbestos waste through a siderophore-driven mechanism. We examined… Expand
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