Isolation and characterization of an Arthrobacter sp. strain HB-5 that transforms atrazine.

@article{Wang2011IsolationAC,
  title={Isolation and characterization of an Arthrobacter sp. strain HB-5 that transforms atrazine.},
  author={Jinhua Wang and Lusheng Zhu and Aiju Liu and Tingting Ma and Qi Wang and Hui Xie and Jun Wang and Ting Jiang and Ru-Song Zhao},
  journal={Environmental geochemistry and health},
  year={2011},
  volume={33 3},
  pages={259-66}
}
A bacterial strain (HB-5) capable of utilizing atrazine as sole carbon and nitrogen source for growth was isolated from an industrial wastewater sample by enrichment culture. The isolate was identified as Arthrobacter sp. according to its phenotypic features, physiologic and biochemical characteristics, and phylogenetic analysis. The strain exhibited faster atrazine degradation rates in atrazine-containing mineral media than the well-characterized atrazine-degrading bacteria Pseudomonas sp. ADP… CONTINUE READING

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