Bioremediation of Bisphenol A by Glycosylation with Immobilized Marine Microalga Amphidinium crassum
——Bioremediation of Bisphenol a by Immobilized Cells
Kei Shimoda, Ryohei Yamamoto, Hiroki Hamada
DOI: 10.4236/aces.2011.13015   PDF    HTML     5,836 Downloads   10,220 Views   Citations


Glycosylation of bisphenol A, which is an endocrine disrupting chemical, was investigated using immobilized marine microalga and plant cells from the viewpoint of bioremediation of bisphenol A. Immobilized marine microalga of Amphidinium crassum glucosylated bisphenol A to the corresponding glucoside. On the other hand, bisphenol A was glycosylated to its glucoside, diglycoside, gentiobioside, and gentiobiosylglucoside, which was a new compound, by immobilized plant cells of Catharanthus roseus.

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K. Shimoda, R. Yamamoto and H. Hamada, "Bioremediation of Bisphenol A by Glycosylation with Immobilized Marine Microalga Amphidinium crassum
——Bioremediation of Bisphenol a by Immobilized Cells," Advances in Chemical Engineering and Science, Vol. 1 No. 3, 2011, pp. 90-95. doi: 10.4236/aces.2011.13015.

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