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African Journal of Biotechnology
Uncontrolled releases of petroleum compounds that are carcinogenic, mutagenic and are potent immunotoxicants into soil and groundwater poses a serious threat to human and animal health. Biodegradation of hydrocarbon-contaminated soils has been established as an efficient, economic, versatile and environmentally sound treatment. Ten indigenous microorganisms were isolated from contaminated soils using the enrichment technique. Five isolates with the highest degradation potentials under standarddoi:10.5897/ajb07.728 fatcat:khyhhskn6baohfcnxaojxcypme