02 Oct '17, 7am

Scientists use bacteria to break down azo dyes

Scientists use bacteria to break down azo dyes

While using bacteria to break down textile dyes in wastewater is not new, the researchers isolated the bacteria Yangia Pacifica from inter-tidal rocks off the coast of Goa and investigated its potential to break down azo dyes in an aqueous environment. The first time this organism has been used to perform this analysis.

Full article: https://www.ecotextile.com/2017100222992/dyes-chemicals-n...

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