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Title: A comparative study of biodegradation of vinyl acetate by environmental strains
Authors: Greń, Izabela
Gąszczak, A.
Guzik, Urszula
Bartelmus, G.
Łabużek, Sylwia
Keywords: Vinyl acetate; VOCs; Biodegradation; Pseudomonas; Esterase; Dehydrogenase
Issue Date: 2011
Citation: Annals of Microbiology, Vol. 61 (2011), s. 257–265
Abstract: Four Gram-negative strains, E3_2001, EC1_2004, EC3_3502 and EC2_3502, previously isolated from soil samples, were subjected to comparative studies in order to select the best vinyl acetate degrader for waste gas treatment. Comparison of biochemical and physiological tests as well as the results of fatty acids analyses were comparable with the results of 16S rRNA gene sequence analyses. The isolated strains were identified as Pseudomonas putida EC3_2001, Pseudomonas putida EC1_2004, Achromobacter xylosoxidans EC3_3502 and Agrobacterium sp. EC2_3502 strains. Two additional strains, Pseudomonas fluorescens PCM 2123 and Stenotrophomonas malthophilia KB2, were used as controls. All described strains were able to use vinyl acetate as the only source of carbon and energy under aerobic as well as oxygen deficiency conditions. Esterase, alcohol dehydrogenase and aldehyde dehydrogenase were involved in vinyl acetate decomposition under aerobic conditions. Shorter degradation times of vinyl acetate were associated with accumulation of acetic acid, acetaldehyde and ethanol as intermediates in the culture fluids of EC3_2001 and KB2 strains. Complete aerobic degradation of vinyl acetate combined with a low increase in biomass was observed for EC3_2001 and EC1_2004 strains. In conclusion, P. putida EC1_2004 is proposed as the best vinyl acetate degrader for future waste gas treatment in trickle-bed bioreactors.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12128/9350
DOI: 10.1007/s13213-010-0130-4
ISSN: 1590-4261
1869-2044
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