Enzymatic bioremediation: from enzyme discovery to applications.

@article{Sutherland2004EnzymaticBF,
  title={Enzymatic bioremediation: from enzyme discovery to applications.},
  author={Tara D Sutherland and Irene Horne and Kahli M. Weir and Chris W. Coppin and Michelle R Williams and Matthew J Selleck and Robyn J. Russell and John G Oakeshott},
  journal={Clinical and experimental pharmacology & physiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={31 11},
  pages={817-21}
}
1. Enzymatic bioremediation is potentially a rapid method of removing environmental pesticide residues. Applications include the treatment of residues resulting from agricultural production and processing industries, such as the treatment of irrigation waters, surface-contaminated fruit and vegetables and spent dip liquors. 2. A specific application for some organophosphate-degrading enzymes involves detoxification of nerve agent stockpiles. Effective and affordable remediation requires highly… CONTINUE READING

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