Microbial dechlorination activity during and after chemical oxidant treatment.

@article{DoanSuba2013MicrobialDA,
  title={Microbial dechlorination activity during and after chemical oxidant treatment.},
  author={Eylem Doğan-Subaşı and Leen Bastiaens and Nico Boon and Winnie Dejonghe},
  journal={Journal of hazardous materials},
  year={2013},
  volume={262},
  pages={
          598-605
        }
}
Potassium permanganate (PM) and sodium persulfate (PS) are used in soil remediation, however, their compatibility with a coinciding or subsequent biotreatment is poorly understood. In this study, different concentrations of PM (0.005-2g/L) and PS (0.01-4.52 g/L) were applied and their effects on the abundance, activity, and reactivation potential of a dechlorinating enrichment culture were investigated. Expression of the tceA, vcrA and 16S rRNA genes of Dehalococcoides spp. were detected at 0… CONTINUE READING
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