In situ magnetic separation and immobilization of dibenzothiophene-desulfurizing bacteria.

  title={In situ magnetic separation and immobilization of dibenzothiophene-desulfurizing bacteria.},
  author={Yu-guang Li and Hong-Shuai Gao and Wang-liang Li and Jianmin Xing and Hui-zhou Liu},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  volume={100 21},
In situ cell separation and immobilization of bacterial cells for biodesulfurization were developed by using superparamagnetic Fe(3)O(4) nanoparticles (NPs). The Fe(3)O(4) NPs were synthesized by coprecipitation followed by modification with ammonium oleate. The surface-modified NPs were monodispersed and the particle size was about 13 nm with 50.8 emu/g saturation magnetization. After adding the magnetic fluids to the culture broth, Rhodococcus erythropolis LSSE8-1 cells were immobilized by… CONTINUE READING

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