a review on in vitro and in vivo bioremediation potential

This critical review presents a detailed analysis of data on the in vitro and in vivo biodistribution and toxicity of most popular gold nanoparticles including atomic clusters and colloidal particles of diameters from 1 to 200 nm gold nanoshells nanorods and nanowires Emphasis is placed on the systematization of data over particle types OleA a member of the thiolase superfamily is known to catalyze the Claisen condensation of long-chain acyl coenzyme A (acyl-CoA) substrates initiating metabolic pathways in bacteria for the production of membrane lipids and β-lactone natural products OleA homologs are found in diverse bacterial phyla but to date only one homodimeric OleA has been successfully purified to homogeneity and

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2020-8-8Laccase is also being used as a bioremediation agent as they have been found potent enough in cleaning up herbicides pesticides and certain explosives in soil Because of having the ability to oxidize phenolic non-phenolic lignin-related compounds and highly fractious environmental pollutants laccases have drawn the attention of researchers

The Acinetobacter genus includes species of opportunistic pathogens and harmless saprophytes The type species Acinetobacter baumannii is a nosocomial pathogen renowned for being multidrug resistant (MDR) Despite the clinical relevance of infections caused by MDR A baumannii and a few other Acinetobacter spp the regulation of their pathogenicity remains elusive due to the scarcity of

Review of current methods for characterizing virulence and pathogenicity potential of industrial in vitro and in vivo exposure studies is most useful in order to best characterize the Such studies are required to understand the entire relationship between in vitro adhesion and biofilm-forming potential and S cerevisiae pathogenesis

Resuscitation and stimulation of VBNC bacteria with potential PAH‐degrading capability is crucial for in situ bioremediation of PAH‐contaminated sites As depicted in Fig 1 to resuscitate VBNC cells permissive or favourable conditions are required meanwhile scout cells play very important roles in resuscitation process (Epstein 2013 )

2020-8-18And have identified the potential anti-biofilm compounds (synthetic and natural) and also studied genomic proteomics and mechanism of biofilm formation by single species and multi-species using in vitro and in vivo models Dr Yadav has published more than 35 research articles on in peer review

Review on in vivo and in vitro methods evaluation of

2013-4-16 Conclusion This review article is focused on in vitro and in vivo methods of antioxidant evaluation It was prepared based on plenty literature search Presently 19 in vitro and 10 in vivo methods are being used for antioxidant evaluation purpose DPPH method is the most frequently used one for in vitro antioxidant activity evaluation while LPO was found as the mostly used in vivo

2019-2-13This review deciphers the bio-degradation network i e the databases and datasets (UM-BBD PAN PTID etc ) aiding in assisting the degradation and deterioration potential of microorganisms for bioremediation processes computational biology and multi omics approaches like metagenomics genomics transcriptomics proteomics and metabolomics

In vitro evaluation of bioremediation capacity of a commercial probiotic Bacillus coagulans for chromium (VI) and lead (II) toxicity Pranoti Belapurkar 1 Pragya Goyal 1 Anand Kar 2 1 Department of Biotechnology IPS Academy Indore Madhya Pradesh India 2 School of Life Sciences Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya Indore Madhya Pradesh India

Akshit Puri Kiran Preet Padda Chris P Chanway In vitro and in vivo analyses of plant-growth-promoting potential of bacteria naturally associated with spruce trees growing on nutrient-poor soils Applied Soil Ecology 10 1016/j apsoil 2020 103538 149 (103538) (2020)

2019-2-15Review Article Open Access Curr ISSN: 2332-0737 r Synthetic Biology: Computational Modeling Bridging the Gap between In Vitro and In Vivo Reactions Vilma G Duschak* Instituto Nacional de Parasitologa ANLIS-Malbrn Ministerio de Salud de la Nacin Argentina *Corresponding author: Duschak VG Instituto Nacional de Parasitologa "Dr

2015-11-6Received: 6 August 2011 Accepted: 22 March 2012 Invited Mini-Review Bioremediation Biodiversity and Bioavailability 2012 Global Science Books In Vivo and in Vitro Mutation Breeding of Citrus Rodrigo R Latado1* • Augusto Tulmann Neto 2 • Antonio Figueira2 1 Centro APTA Citros Sylvio Moreira Instituto Agronmico de Campinas Cordeirpolis SP Brazil

2019-12-12The potential for agricultural chemicals to cause endocrine disruption (ED) in humans and wildlife is an increasing concern however the effects of commonly used pesticides at environmentally relevant concentrations are largely unknown Therefore 12 environmentally relevant pesticides (11 herbicides and pentachlorophenol (PCP)) were tested for their endocrine disrupting potential in two in

2020-3-23• Li HF Zheng YF Xu F Jiang JZ In vitro investigation of novel Ni free Zr-based bulk metallic glasses as potential biomaterials MATERIALS LETTERS • Guo M Wang X Zhou HM Li L Nie FL Cheng Y Zheng YF In vitro study on porous silver scaffolds prepared by electroplating method using cellular carbon skeleton as the substrate MATERIALS SCIENCE ENGINEERING C

Novel harmful effects of [60]fullerene on mouse

C60 was clearly distributed into the yolk sac and embryos by intraperitoneal administration to pregnant mice at 50 mg/kg and had a harmful effect on both conceptuses by microscopical evaluation This in vivo and in vitro action on embryogenesis is a novel and seriously harmful activity of C60

2004-9-1The potential of enzymes for bioremediation purposes can greatly increase by the use of microorganisms and their enzymes from extreme environments Enzymes from both thermophilic and psycrophilic microorganisms usually display some unusual and particular features that may render them potential powerful catalysts for the degradation of

Goyal P Belapurkar P Kar A A Review on In Vitro and In Vivo Bioremediation Potential of Environmental and Probiotic Species of Bacillus and Other Probiotic Microorganisms for two Heavy Metals Cadmium and Nickel Biosci Biotech Res Asia 2019 16(1)

2017-2-28In vivo cure of AbR plasmids from mouse gut Having demonstrated in vitro efficacy and specificity of interference plasmids BALB/c mice were selected as a suitable model for in vivo study Groups of three mice per cage were shown to be initially free of CTX R Enterobacteriaceae by faecal culture for three consecutive days

2020-8-19CiteScore: 14 5 ℹ CiteScore: 2019: 14 5 CiteScore measures the average citations received per peer-reviewed document published in this title CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a range of four years (e g 2016-2019) to peer-reviewed documents (articles reviews conference papers data papers and book chapters) published in the same four calendar years divided by the number of

This review will focus on enzymatic systems for the bioremediation of a ubiquitous but highly dangerous group of man-made compounds collectively referred to as organophosphates (OPs) First described in the late nineteenth century these compounds existed in relative obscurity until their potential as anti-biological agents were recognized

2012-2-4Bioremediation could hold significant potential for the in situ treatment of NDMA contaminated water Bacterial monooxygenase enzymes may be similar to the cytochrome P-450 enzymes that catalyze the NADPH-dependent oxidation of NDMA in both plants and animals (Tu and Yang 1985 Yamazaki et al 1992 Stiborova et al 2000)

Both in vitro and in vivo results indicate that ginseng has potentially positive effects on heart disease through its various properties including antioxidation reduced platelet adhesion vasomotor regulation improving lipid profiles and influencing various ion channels To date approximately 40

The effects and potential impact of these translocations on gene flow within wild populations are largely unknown In this study different wild hedgehog populations were compared with artificially created "shelter populations" with regard to their genetic diversity in order to establish basic data for future inferences on the genetic