Priming of microbial microcystin degradation in biomass-fed gravity driven membrane filtration biofilms.

@article{Silva2017PrimingOM,
  title={Priming of microbial microcystin degradation in biomass-fed gravity driven membrane filtration biofilms.},
  author={Marisa O. D. Silva and Judith F. Blom and Yana Yankova and J{\"o}rg Villiger and Jakob Pernthaler},
  journal={Systematic and applied microbiology},
  year={2017},
  volume={41 3},
  pages={
          221-231
        }
}
Gravity-driven membrane (GDM) filtration is a promising tool for low-cost decentralized drinking water production. The biofilms in GDM systems are able of removing harmful chemical components, particularly toxic cyanobacterial metabolites such as microcystins (MCs). This is relevant for the application of GDM filtration because anthropogenic nutrient input and climate change have led to an increase of toxic cyanobacterial blooms. However, removal of MCs in newly developing GDM biofilms is only… CONTINUE READING
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