Degradation of petroleum hydrocarbons (C6-C40) and crude oil by a novel Dietzia strain.

@article{Wang2011DegradationOP,
  title={Degradation of petroleum hydrocarbons (C6-C40) and crude oil by a novel Dietzia strain.},
  author={Xingbiao Wang and Chang-Qiao Chi and Yong Nie and Yue-Qin Tang and Yan Tan and Gang Wu and Xiao-Lei Wu},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2011},
  volume={102 17},
  pages={
          7755-61
        }
}
A novel bacterial strain, DQ12-45-1b, was isolated from the production water of a deep subterranean oil-reservoir. Morphological, physiological and phylogenetic analyses indicated that the strain belonged to the genus Dietzia with both alkB (coding for alkane monooxygenase) and CYP153 (coding for P450 alkane hydroxylase of the cytochrome CYP153 family) genes and their induction detected. It was capable of utilizing a wide range of n-alkanes (C6-C40), aromatic compounds and crude oil as the sole… Expand
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