Degrading ability of oligocyclic aromates by Phanerochaete sordida selected via screening of white rot fungi

@article{Lee2010DegradingAO,
  title={Degrading ability of oligocyclic aromates by Phanerochaete sordida selected via screening of white rot fungi},
  author={H. Lee and Y. Choi and M. J. Kim and N. Huh and G. Kim and Y. Lim and S. Kang and S. -. Cho and J. Kim},
  journal={Folia Microbiologica},
  year={2010},
  volume={55},
  pages={447-453}
}
Seventy-nine white rot strains were screened to determine if they had the potential for use in the degradation of oligocyclic aromates (PAHs) by measuring their dye-decoloration rate. Fourteen strains that were selected based on their dye-decoloration rate were then evaluated for the ability to tolerate various levels of PAHs spiked in agar medium. The ability of white rot fungi to degrade 3- or 4-ring PAHs (anthracene, phenanthrene, fluoranthene, pyrene) was determined. Two strains of… Expand
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