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Isolation of endosulfan degrading bacteria and their degradation characteristics
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 Title & Authors
Isolation of endosulfan degrading bacteria and their degradation characteristics
Shin, Jae-Ho; Kwak, Yun-Young; Kim, Won-Chan; So, Jai-Hyun; Shin, Hyun-Soo; Park, Jong-Woo; Kim, Tae-Hwa; Kim, Jang-Eok; Rhee, In-Koo;
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 Abstract
A bacterium, which was named to be Bacillus sp. E64-2, capable of degrading endosulfan was isolated from the environmental sample using enrichment culture technique. The Bacillus sp. E64-2 was able to degrade 99% of 10 mg/L endosulfan in the culture media within 7 days at . Endosulfan diol was the only intermediate by the endosulfan degrading bacterial culture and the pH value of the culture media was significantly increased to pH 8.4 from pH 7.0 after 7 days of incubation. When the endosulfan and the crude extract of the strain were incubated, endosulfan diol was a major metabolite. Both the enzymatic reaction and the pH-increasing effect contribute to the degradation of endosulfan by the bacterial culture.
 Keywords
Biodegradation;Bioremediation;Endosulfan;Organochlorine insecticide;
 Language
Korean
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