publication . Other literature type . Article . 2010

Application Of Genetic Engineering For Chromium Removal From Industrial Wastewater

Srivastava, N. K.; Jha, M. K.; Mall, I. D.; DR. Davinder Singh;
Open Access English
  • Published: 22 Dec 2010
  • Publisher: Zenodo
The treatment of the industrial wastewater can be particularly difficult in the presence of toxic compounds. Excessive concentration of Chromium in soluble form is toxic to a wide variety of living organisms. Biological removal of heavy metals using natural and genetically engineered microorganisms has aroused great interest because of its lower impact on the environment. Ralston metallidurans, formerly known as Alcaligenes eutrophus is a LProteobacterium colonizing industrial wastewater with a high content of heavy metals. Tris-buffered mineral salt medium was used for growing Alcaligenes eutrophus AE104 (pEBZ141). The cells were cultivated for 18 h at 30 oC in...
free text keywords: Chromium, Genetic Engineering, IndustrialWastewater, Plasmid
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Other literature type . 2010
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Other literature type . 2010
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Article . 2010
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