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Evaluation Of In Vitro Cr(VI) Reduction Potential In Cytosolic Extracts Of Three Indigenous Bacillus Sp. Isolated From Cr(VI) Polluted Industrial Landfill.
Chirayu Desai, K. Jain, D. Madamwar
Published 2008 · Medicine, Chemistry
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Three efficient Cr(VI) reducing bacterial strains were isolated from Cr(VI) polluted landfill and characterized for in vitro Cr(VI) reduction. Phylogenetic analysis using 16S rRNA gene sequencing revealed that the newly isolated strains G1DM20, G1DM22 and G1DM64 were closely related to Bacillus cereus, Bacillus fusiformis and Bacillus sphaericus, respectively. The suspended cultures of all Bacillus sp. exhibited more than 85% reduction of 1000 microM Cr(VI) within 30 h. The suspended culture of Bacillus sp. G1DM22 exhibited an ability for continuous reduction of 100 microM Cr(VI) up to seven consecutive inputs. Assays with the permeabilized cells and cell-free extracts from each of Bacillus sp. demonstrated that the hexavalent chromate reductase activity was mainly associated with the soluble fraction of cells and expressed constitutively. The Cr(VI) reduction by the cell-free extracts of Bacillus sp. G1DM20 and G1DM22 was maximum at 30 degrees C and pH 7 whereas, Bacillus sp. G1DM64 exhibited maximum Cr(VI) reduction at pH 6. Addition of 1mM NADH enhanced the Cr(VI) reductase activity in the cell-free extracts of all three isolates. Amongst all three isolates tested, crude cell-free extracts of Bacillus sp. G1DM22 exhibited the fastest Cr(VI) reduction rate with complete reduction of 100 microM Cr(VI) within 100 min. The apparent K(m) and V(max) of the chromate reductase activity in Bacillus sp. G1DM22 were determined to be 200 microM Cr(VI) and 5.5 micromol/min/mg protein, respectively. The Cr(VI) reductase activity in cell-free extracts of all the isolates was stable in presence of different metal ions tested except Hg(2+) and Ag(+).
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