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Issue 1 Journal of Progressive Research in Biology
Uranium (U) is one of the strategic elements and essential for many applications as a fuel in nuclear power plants and nuclear weapons. Microbiological leaching has been used as an alternative approach to conventional hydrometallurgical methods of uranium's recovery from low grade ores and waste samples. Penicillium purpurogenium and Pseudomonas fluorescens SHA 281 were exhibited a good potential in generating varieties of organic acids effective for bioleaching uranium. Efficiency offatcat:5aredka66feldnue4eygt6cy3m