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Biodegradation of carbazole in oil/water biphasic system by a newly isolated bacterium Klebsiella sp. LSSE-H2

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Biodegradation of carbazole in oil/water biphasic system by a newly isolated bacterium Klebsiella sp. LSSE-H2
Abstract

A novel Klebsiella sp. strain LSSE-H2 (CGMCC No. 1624) was isolated from dye-contaminated soil based on its ability to metabolize carbazole as a sole source of carbon and nitrogen. This strain efficiently degraded carbazole from either aqueous and biphasic aqueous–organic media, displaying a high denitrogenation activity and a high level of solvent tolerance. LSSE-H2 could completely degrade 12 mmol/L carbazole after 56 h of cultivation. The co-culture of LSSE-H2 and Pseudomonas delafieldii R-8 strains can degrade approximately 92% of carbazole (10 mmol/L) and 94% of dibenzothiophene (3 mmol/L) from model diesel in 12 h.

Keywords
Biodegradation; Biocatalysis; Carbazole; Microbial growth; Oil/water biphasic system; Biodesulfurization
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Biochemical Engineering Journal - Volume 41, Issue 2, 1 September 2008, Pages 166–170
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Bioengineering
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