bacterial bioflocculants a review of recent advances netherlands

bacterial bioflocculants: a review of recent advances and

Bacterial bioflocculants: A review of recent advances and

1. Introduction1.1. Bacterial bioflocculants. Water pollution caused by organic and inorganic pollutants has become an important concern of this era .Many hazardous inorganic and organic pollutants, including textile industries dyes and derivatives of phenols released from various industries have become a worldwide problem , , , , , , .

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bacterial bioflocculants: a review of recent advances and

Bacterial bioflocculants: A review of recent advances and

Bacterial bioflocculants: A review of recent advances and perspectives Author links open overlay panel Mohammad Shahadat a b Tjoon Tow Teng c Mohd. Rafatullah c Z.A. Shaikh a T.R. Sreekrishnan a S. Wazed Ali b

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(pdf) bacterial bioflocculants: a review of recent advances

(PDF) Bacterial Bioflocculants: A review of recent advances

The cation-independent bioflocculant (59LF) extracted from Klebsiella sp. 59L was characterized. 59LF consisted of protein (4.8%) and total sugar (85.2%) with high molecular weight (93.82% of 2120

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bacterial bioflocculants: a review of recent advances and

Bacterial bioflocculants: A review of recent advances and

Bacterial bioflocculants: A review of recent advances and perspectives. Abstract Recently, culturing of bioflocculants has attracted tremendous attention because of its extraordinary flocculating activity and biodegradability to create a green and healthy environment. It becomes a pressing issue to produce novel, cost effective bioflocculants

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characterization of a novel bioflocculant from a marine

Characterization of a novel bioflocculant from a marine

Background The identification of microorganisms with excellent flocculant-producing capability and optimization of the fermentation process are necessary for the wide-scale application of bioflocculants. Thus, we evaluated the flocculant-producing ability of a novel strain identified by the screening of marine bacteria, and we report for the first time the properties of the bioflocculant

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ijerph | free full-text | a review on bacterial contribution

IJERPH | Free Full-Text | A Review on Bacterial Contribution

However, recent studies have seen the use of co-culture, co-digestion, and bioengineering to overcome identified setbacks to using bacterial strains to breakdown lignocellulose into its major polymers and then to useful products ranging from ethanol, enzymes, biodiesel, bioflocculants, and many others.

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bioflocculation as an innovative harvesting strategy for

Bioflocculation as an innovative harvesting strategy for

Various new bioflocculation strategies have been claimed to generate major advances in cost-efficient harvesting. Here, we review the recent advances in bioflocculation based on algal–bacterial, algal–fungal, or algal–algal interactions within the framework of microalgae biomass harvesting for biofuel production.

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polymeric materials with antibacterial activity: a review

Polymeric Materials with Antibacterial Activity: A Review

Bacterial infections related with implants and medical devices are generally known as device related infections . Bacterial growth and development on the surface of biomedical devices and implants has been regarded as the main cause of device related infections (DRI) [11,20]. Some recent studies that consider the impact of infections due to

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bacterial-fungal interactions: ecology, mechanisms and

Bacterial-fungal interactions: ecology, mechanisms and

Fungi and bacteria are found living together in a wide variety of environments. Their interactions are significant drivers of many ecosystem functions and are important for the health of plants and animals. A large number of fungal and bacterial families engage in complex interactions that lead to c …

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characterization of a novel bioflocculant from a marine

Characterization of a novel bioflocculant from a marine

Background The identification of microorganisms with excellent flocculant-producing capability and optimization of the fermentation process are necessary for the wide-scale application of bioflocculants. Thus, we evaluated the flocculant-producing ability of a novel strain identified by the screening of marine bacteria, and we report for the first time the properties of the bioflocculant

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characterization of a novel bioflocculant from a marine

Characterization of a novel bioflocculant from a marine

Recent efforts to reduce the production cost of bioflocculants have been effective but not sufficient. The utilization of inexpensive substrates for bioflocculant production has been investigated. Pseudomonas veronii can produce a bioflocculant from the hydrolyzate of peanut hull, which can effectively save the production cost of bioflocculant

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increasing the bioflocculant production and identifying the

Increasing the bioflocculant production and identifying the

Background Polysaccharides and poly-γ-glutamic acid (γ-PGA) are biomacromolecules that have been reported as bioflocculants, and they exhibit high flocculating activity in many industrial applications. Bacillus licheniformis CGMCC 2876 can produce polysaccharide and γ-PGA bioflocculants under different culture conditions. Several key genes are involved in the metabolic pathway of

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the global preclinical antibacterial pipeline | nature

The global preclinical antibacterial pipeline | Nature

A review of the clinical antibacterial drug pipeline was recently published, but comprehensive information about the global preclinical pipeline is unavailable. This Review focuses on discovery

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advances in plant growth-promoting bacterial inoculant

Advances in plant growth-promoting bacterial inoculant

Although some reviews briefly mentioned formulations and practical aspects of inoculants, none of these recent reviews concentrated on that topic; this is the niche selected for this review. In this review, bacterial isolates refer to specific bacterial strain (PGPB or rhizobia) that can promote plant growth after inoculation.

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recent advances in the management of rheumatoid arthritis

Recent advances in the management of rheumatoid arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis has an estimated prevalence of 0.5-1.1% and an incidence of 20-50 per 100 000 person years in northern Europe and North America. Lower prevalences (0.1-0.7%) have been reported in southern Europe, South America, Asia, and the Middle East, with very low prevalences in some parts of Africa.

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the global preclinical antibacterial pipeline | nature

The global preclinical antibacterial pipeline | Nature

A review of the clinical antibacterial drug pipeline was recently published, but comprehensive information about the global preclinical pipeline is unavailable. This Review focuses on discovery

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recent advances in magnetic tweezers | annual review of

Recent Advances in Magnetic Tweezers | Annual Review of

Recent years have seen a wave of technological creativity, and a flurry of new methods and technological advances have been introduced to magnetic tweezers, which will enable more and previously inaccessible information to be extracted from biophysical systems. In this review, we survey the most important recent advances and reflect on more

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organic matter and mineral  - wiley online library

Organic Matter and Mineral - Wiley Online Library

Bacteria are known as an integral part of most natural floc structures (Liss et al., 1996). Some microorganisms release organic substances (bioflocculants) that may flocculate suspended particles (Czemierska et al., 2015).

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agricultural nanodiagnostics for plant diseases: recent

Agricultural nanodiagnostics for plant diseases: recent

Crop diseases caused by pathogenic microorganisms pose severe threats to the global food supply. Effective diagnostic tools for timely determination of plant diseases become essential to the assurance of agricultural sustainability and global food security. Nucleic acid- and antibody-based molecular assays a

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bacterial safety of blood components–a congress review of the

Bacterial safety of blood components–a congress review of the

Furthermore, a summary of current and future developments of the Mirasol PR system was presented with emphasis on PR in whole blood. Advances in PC screening for bacterial contamination were covered by a comparative study of the BacT/ALERT 3D and BacT/ALERT VIRTUO systems, demonstrating that the latter has a shorter time to detection.

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recent advances in pre-exposure prophylaxis for hiv | the bmj

Recent advances in pre-exposure prophylaxis for HIV | The BMJ

Although pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP)—the use of antiretroviral drugs by non-infected people to prevent the acquisition of HIV—is a promising preventive option, important public health questions remain. Daily oral emtricitabine (FTC)-tenofovir disoproxil fumarate (TDF) is highly efficacious in preventing the acquisition of HIV in people at risk as a result of a range of different types

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community-acquired bacterial meningitis | nature reviews

Community-acquired bacterial meningitis | Nature Reviews

A review on the available vaccines against the most common pathogens of bacterial meningitis and the effect of their introduction on the epidemiology of bacterial meningitis. Article PubMed Google

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franconibacter sp., 1ms: a new strain in decolorization and

Franconibacter sp., 1MS: A New Strain in Decolorization and

The aim of the present study is focused on the decolorization and degradation of azo dyes Ponceau S Red and Methyl Orange by a bacterial strain isolated from the gold mining district of San Martin de Loba, South of Bolivar (Colombia) sediment samples and identified as Franconibacter sp. 1MS (GenBank: MT568543) based on phenotypic and genotypic methods. A higher percentage of decolorization at

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