Degradation of carbazole and its derivatives by a Pseudomonas sp.

@article{Li2006DegradationOC,
  title={Degradation of carbazole and its derivatives by a Pseudomonas sp.},
  author={Li Tao Li and Qinggang Li and Fuli Li and Quan Shi and Bo Yu and Fengrui Liu and Ping Xu},
  journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2006},
  volume={73},
  pages={941-948}
}
Carbazole, carbazoles with monomethyl or dimethyls substituted on different positions (C1-carbazoles or C2-carbazoles), and benzocarbazoles, as toxic and mutagenic components of petroleum and creosote contamination, were biodegradable by an isolated bacterial strain Pseudomonas sp. XLDN4-9. C1-carbazoles were degraded in preference to carbazole and C2-carbazoles. The biodegradation of C1-carbazoles or C2-carbazoles was influenced by the positions of methyl substitutions. Among C1-carbazole… CONTINUE READING

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