Subject: Acinetobacter junii | ESI FT-ICR-MS | microbial enhanced oil recovery | biosurfactant | Microbiology | biodegradation | polar components | visualization micromodel | Original Research
Biosurfactant producers are crucial for incremental oil production in microbial enhanced oil recovery (MEOR) processes. The isolation of biosurfactant-producing bacteria from oil reservoirs is important because they are considered suitable for the extreme conditions of ... View more
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