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Isolation of a Methylobacillus sp. that degrades microcystin toxins associated with cyanobacteria

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33868 44994 2009 7 PDF Available
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Isolation of a Methylobacillus sp. that degrades microcystin toxins associated with cyanobacteria
Abstract

Sludge from cyanobacteria-salvaged yard in Meiliang Bay, Lake Taihu in Wuxi, China was cultured and acclimated by inoculating microcystins (MCs) extract. Strain J10 was isolated by degrading the MC-RR and MC-LR and was identified as Methylobacillus sp. Further research showed that both MC-LR and MC-RR could be completely degraded at 17 h after inoculation of J10, and the degradation probably was mediated by oxygen. Different enzymes, oxygen-dependent as well as oxygen-independent, with MC-degrading activity were found in the different fractions of J10 culture. However, the enzymes mainly responsible for MC degradation by J10 were oxygen-dependent and were probably bound to cell wall or outside the cytoplasmic membrane.

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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: New Biotechnology - Volume 26, Issues 3–4, 31 October 2009, Pages 205–211
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