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Genetically modified organisms (GMO) in bioremediation and legislation
SV40-immortalized human keratinocytes as an in vitro model system for studying environmental carcinogens
Steinberg, M.; Chen, G.T.; Vazquez, R.; Ruml, T.; Kas, J.
Using copper-tolerant fungi to biodegrade wood treated with copper-based preservatives
de Groot, R.C.; Woodward, B.
Bioremediation of oil-spilled sites through seeding of naturally adapted Pseudomonas putida
Raghavan, P.U.M.; Vivekanandan, M.
Catalytic activity of Pseudomonas putida strain G7 naphthalene 1,2-dioxygenase on biphenyl
Barriault, D.; Sylvestre, M.
Biodegradation of polychlorinated biphenyls and volatile chlorinated hydrocarbons in contaminated soils and ground water in field condition
Kastanek, F.; demnerova, K.; Pazlarova, J.; Burkhard, J.; Maleterova, Y.
Energetic significance of plant monooxygenase individual components participating in xenobiotics degradation
Gordeziani, M.; Khatisashvili, G.; Ananiashvili, T.; Varazashvili, T.; Kurashvili, M.; Kvesitadze, G.; Tkhelidze, P.
The investigation of enhanced bioremediation through the addition of macro and micro nutrients in a PAH contaminated soil
Liebeg, E.W.; Cutright, T.J.
Biodegradation of [14C]-4-nitrophenol in a sediment-water simulation test
Kalsch, W.; Knacker, T.; Danneberg, G.; Studinger, G.; Franke, C.