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Characterization of the growth on SDS by Enterobacter sp. strain Neni-13
JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMISTRY, MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
Sodium dodecyl sulphate (SDS) is an anionic surfactant which is mainly utilized in washing detergents and industrial products and solutions. Its toxicity and contamination of the surroundings environment are ubiquitous. In this study, the SDS-degradation capacity of a previously isolated molybdenum-reducing bacterium; Enterobacter sp. Strain Neni-13 is reported. At 1 g/L of SDS as the sole carbon source, the bacterium grew maximally at pH 7.0, the temperature range from 20 to 45 °C supportdoi:10.54987/jobimb.v5i2.374 fatcat:ax2y4gufjndczcdk5lrw45zsa4