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Title (Primary) Carbon and hydrogen stable isotope fractionation during aerobic bacterial degradation of aromatic hydrocarbons
Author Morasch, B.; Richnow, H.H.; Schink, B.; Vieth, A.; Meckenstock, R.U.;
Journal Applied and Environmental Microbiology
Year 2002
Department ISOBIO; SAN;
Volume 68
Issue 10
Language englisch;
Keywords naphthalene 1,2-dioxygenase; anaerobic biodegradation; microbial dechlorination; intrinsic bioremediation; tetrachloroethene PCE; toluene dioxygenase; Pseudomonas putida; enzyme- ystem; cytochrome-P450; monooxygenase
Abstract

13C/12C and D/H stable isotope fractionation during aerobic degradation was determined for Pseudomonas putida strain mt-2, Pseudomonas putida strain F1, Ralstonia pickettii strain PKO1, and Pseudomonas putida strain NCIB 9816 grown with toluene, xylenes, and naphthalene. Different types of initial reactions used by the respective bacterial strains could be linked with certain extents of stable isotope fractionation during substrate degradation.

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Morasch, B., Richnow, H.H., Schink, B., Vieth, A., Meckenstock, R.U. (2002):
Carbon and hydrogen stable isotope fractionation during aerobic bacterial degradation of aromatic hydrocarbons
Appl. Environ. Microb. 68 (10), 5191 - 5194