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The Role of Bioligands in Microbe-Metal Interactions

Anna Johnsson

The Role of Bioligands in Microbe-Metal Interactions

Emphasis on Subsurface Bacteria and Actinides

by Anna Johnsson

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Published by Goteborg University .
Written in English


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ISBN 109162869760

Studies of microbial-mineral-metal interactions have provided substantive evidence for the role of microorganisms in shaping metal fate and transport (Islam et al. ; Holden and Adams ; Ehrlich ).As yet, there is no conceptual foundation that links microbial ecology, metabolism and geochemistry; but new tools are emerging that are leading to a more unified model of microbial. Microbial interactions and transformation of metals shape the world around us and have also facilitated use and further engineering of microorganisms for bioenergy and bioremediation technologies. Keywords. Formate. Geobacter. Hydrogen Metabolism. Interspecies Electron Transfer. Mercury. : Aunica Lea Kane.

The potential neurotoxic role of Al(III) and its proposed link with the insurgence of Alzheimer's Disease (AD) have attracted increasing interest towards the determination of the nature of bioligands that are propitious to interact with them, catecholamine-based neurotransmitters have been proposed to be sensitive to the presence of this non-essential metal ion in the brain.   Fig. 6: Microbe–metabolite interactions of the human microbiome in association with IBD samples. Data availability The cystic fibrosis sequencing and metadata data can be found at Cited by: 6.

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This book describes innovations and efficient applications for metal bioremediation for environments polluted by metal by: 2. The Role of Bioligands in Microbe-Metal Interaction. Emphasis on susurface bacteria and actinides.

By Anna Johnsson. Topics: Actinide, bioligand, subsurface, microorganisms Author: Anna Johnsson. The chapter reviews recent insights into dark ocean mineral-mineral microbe interactions, principally as associated with potentially largest endolithic surface on Earth: seafloor and subseafloor by: 1.

Advances in studies of bacteria-metal interactions identified numerous important aspects of these interactions, such as bioremediation of metal-contaminated environments, the role of metals in redox reactions and other cellular functions, as well as the role of metals in toxicity and infection.

Microbes and metals: interactions in the environment. Götz Haferburg. the understanding of the role bacteria play in a geogenic and pedogenic context is very likely to change deeply as soon as more habitat relevant microbial functions can be described. The strongly interdisciplinary field of bio‐geo‐interactions spanning from the Cited by: Genetics and molecular biology hold great promise for advancing studies of metal-microbe interactions, particularly those aspects that are currently perceived as especially significant.

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Metal microbe interaction Microbial interactions with heavy metals were reviewed by, Ehrlich'6 and Beveridge and Doyle Microbial interactions with small quantities of metals or metalloids do not exert a major impact on metal or metalloid distribution in the environment, whereas. Owing to the levels of Cd tolerance detected, in order to simulate a tripartite plant-microbe-metal interaction, S.

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Hersman L E () The role of siderophores in iron oxidedissolution. In: Lovley D R, ed. Environmental microbe-metal interactions. Washington D C: ASM Press, – Hersman L E, Forsythe J H, Ticknor L O, Maurice P A (a). Growth of Pseudomonas mendocina on Fe(III) (hydr)oxides. Microbes play key geoactive roles in the biosphere, particularly in the areas of element biotransformations and biogeochemical cycling, metal and mineral transformations, decomposition, bioweathering, and soil and sediment formation.

All kinds of microbes, including prokaryotes and eukaryotes and their symbiotic associations with each other and ‘higher organisms’, can contribute Cited by: It describes microorganisms that produce magnetic minerals (focusing mainly on the magnetotactic bacteria) and also describes the biomineralization processes involved in the synthesis of magnetic minerals.

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