Increased chalcopyrite bioleaching capabilities of extremely thermoacidophilic Metallosphaera sedula inocula by mixotrophic propagation

@article{Ai2019IncreasedCB,
  title={Increased chalcopyrite bioleaching capabilities of extremely thermoacidophilic Metallosphaera sedula inocula by mixotrophic propagation},
  author={Chenbing Ai and Zhang Yan and Hongsheng Chai and Tianyuan Gu and J. Wang and Liyuan Chai and G. Qiu and Weimin Zeng},
  journal={Journal of Industrial Microbiology & Biotechnology},
  year={2019},
  pages={1-15}
}
  • Chenbing Ai, Zhang Yan, +5 authors Weimin Zeng
  • Published 2019
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of Industrial Microbiology & Biotechnology
  • Extremely thermoacidophilic Crenarchaeota belonging to the order Sulfolobales, such as Metallosphaera sedula, are metabolically versatile and of great relevance in bioleaching. However, the impacts of extreme thermoacidophiles propagated with different energy substrates on subsequent bioleaching of refractory chalcopyrite remain unknown. Transcriptional responses underlying their different bioleaching potentials are still elusive. Here, it was first showed that M. sedula inocula propagated with… CONTINUE READING
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