Nocardioides, Sediminibacterium, Aquabacterium, Variovorax, and Pseudomonas linked to carbon uptake during aerobic vinyl chloride biodegradation.

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Vinyl chloride (VC) is a frequent groundwater contaminant and a known human carcinogen. Bioremediation is a potential cleanup strategy for contaminated sites; however, little is known about the bacteria responsible for aerobic VC degradation in mixed microbial communities. In attempts to address this knowledge gap, the microorganisms able to assimilate… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11356-016-7099-x

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@article{Wilson2016NocardioidesSA, title={Nocardioides, Sediminibacterium, Aquabacterium, Variovorax, and Pseudomonas linked to carbon uptake during aerobic vinyl chloride biodegradation.}, author={Fernanda Paes Wilson and Xikun Liu and Timothy E Mattes and Alison M. Cupples}, journal={Environmental science and pollution research international}, year={2016}, volume={23 19}, pages={19062-70} }