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Discharge of textile dyes in wastewater of textile factories represents a major environment problem threatening the aquatic life. The decolorization of such harmful chemicals is of paramount importance. In this work, Aspergillus niger, a brown rot fungi, isolated from the effluent samples around the textile industry of El-Baragil, Giza, Egypt was evaluated for its efficiency in decolorization of two textile dyes; Remazole blue and Remazol red. Effluent samples were also analyzed for theirdoi:10.21608/jes.2019.36936 fatcat:7vzzxhat5nf5vlakvy2ts6lony