TITLE

Microorganisms in inorganic chemical analysis

AUTHOR(S)
Godlewska-Żyłkiewicz, Beata
PUB. DATE
December 2005
SOURCE
Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry;Dec2005, Vol. 384 Issue 1, p114
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
There are innumerable strains of microbes (bacteria, yeast and fungi) that degrade or transform chemicals and compounds into simpler, safer or less toxic substances. These bioprocesses have been used for centuries in the treatment of municipal wastes, in wine, cheese and bread making, and in bioleaching and metal recovery processes. Recent literature shows that microorganisms can be also used as effective sorbents for solid phase extraction procedures. This review reveals that fundamental nonanalytical studies on the parameters and conditions of biosorption processes and on metal–biomass interactions often result in efficient analytical procedures and biotechnological applications. Some selected examples illustrate the latest developments in the biosorption of metals by microbial biomass, which have opened the door to the application of microorganisms to analyte preconcentration, matrix separation and speciation analysis.
ACCESSION #
19203953

 

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