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Increase of the Trametes Versicolor Efficiency in the Bioremediation Process for Diclofenac Biodegradation in Aquatic Environments

Abstract : Diclofenac (DCF) is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug and, as pollutant, it represents a persistent residue hazard to health and to the environment. Trametes versicolor was previously selected for its ability in diclofenac biodegradation (up to 20%) during cultivation in submerged system under aerobic conditions at an initial DCF concentration of 10 mg L-1. The influence of some factors such as nitrogen sources glucose, MnSO4 center dot H2O, CuSO4 center dot 5H(2)O, inoculum level, initial DCF concentration and incubation time, upon the biodegradation potential was examined by Plackett-Burman analysis. The parameters significantly influencing the DCF biotransformation were found to be yeast extract, glucose, CuSO4 center dot 5H(2)O and inoculum level. In these optimum conditions, the DCF biotransformation yield was 80%. This result was 60% superior in comparison with the medium without optimization. Analysis of variance exhibited a high coefficient of determination (R-2) value of 0.9987 and ensured that the polynomial model with the experimental data was a satisfactory one. Optimal conditions obtained in this work led to a solid foundation for further use of Trametes versicolor in biotreatment of high strength DCF pollutant effluents in water wastes
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Claudia Popa, Gabriela Bahrim, Lidia Favier, Catalin Tanase. Increase of the Trametes Versicolor Efficiency in the Bioremediation Process for Diclofenac Biodegradation in Aquatic Environments. Annals of the University Dunarea De Jos of Galati, Fascicle Vi-Food Technology, 2015, 39 (1), pp.25--35. ⟨hal-01298765⟩

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