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Destruction of hexamethylenediamine by a Bacillus subtilis culture in a medium with clay minerals

@article{Sv1982DestructionOH,
  title={Destruction of hexamethylenediamine by a Bacillus subtilis culture in a medium with clay minerals},
  author={Garbara Sv and Rotmistrov Mn},
  journal={Microbiology},
  year={1982},
  volume={51},
  pages={332}
}
: The object of this work was to study the effect of clay minerals of the montmorillonite group on the oxidative and destructive activity of Bacillus subtilis 21/3 utilizing hexamethylene diamine (HMD) in metabolic processes. HMD destruction by the culture accelerated when clay minerals were added to the chemically defined medium. The respiration activity of Bac. subtilis 21/3 was studied, and the rate of HMD oxidation was found to increase in the presence of montmorillonite. 
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