Bioremediation of phenol pollution
Mohd. Yunus Abd. Shukor. (2011) Bioremediation of phenol pollution.
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The present invention relates to a bioremediation of phenol pollution in environment. Degradation of phenol is very important as it is highly toxic and carcinogenic. Newly isolated pure bacterial culture of Rhodococcus sp. strain AQ5NOL 2 with accession number KCTC 11961BP is contacted with phenol compound at optimum condition resulting in the conversion of the phenol compound to non-toxic products. The pure bacterial culture of Rhodococcus sp. strain AQ5NOL 2 is capable of degrading high amount of phenol up to 1500 mg/L.
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