The microbial attachment potential and quorum sensing measurement of aerobic granular activated sludge and flocculent activated sludge.

@article{Lv2014TheMA,
  title={The microbial attachment potential and quorum sensing measurement of aerobic granular activated sludge and flocculent activated sludge.},
  author={Junping Lv and Yaqin Wang and Chen Zhong and Yaochen Li and Wen Hao and Jianrong Zhu},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2014},
  volume={151},
  pages={
          291-6
        }
}
The aerobic granulation process is involved in the attachment of microorganisms, and the quorum sensing (QS) is supposed to play an important role in microbial attachment. In this study, the attachment potential of aerobic granular activated sludge (AGAS) and flocculent activated sludge (FAS) was investigated. Results clearly showed that AGAS had stronger attachment potential than FAS. A bioassay with NTL4 proved that N-acylhomoserine lactones (AHLs) were produced in both sludge, but the AHLs… CONTINUE READING

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