Microbial mobilization of cesium from illite: The role of organic acids and siderophores

@article{Hazotte2015MicrobialMO,
  title={Microbial mobilization of cesium from illite: The role of organic acids and siderophores},
  author={A. Hazotte and O. P{\'e}ron and A. Abdelouas and G. Montavon and T. Lebeau},
  journal={Chemical Geology},
  year={2015},
  volume={428},
  pages={8-14}
}
Abstract This paper aims to provide a mechanistic understanding of the mobilization of cesium (Cs) by bacteria from soil as part of a soil cleaning step. Whole metabolites and purified siderophores (pyoverdine, PVD), derived from the supernatant of a culture of Pseudomonas fluorescens (ATCC 17400), were supplied to illite spiked with either 10 or 100 mmol·kg − 1 of Cs. The resultant effect was compared to low molecular weight organic acids (LMWOAs), citric and oxalic acids at 40 μM, or a… Expand
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