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UV photolysis was used to relieve inhibition of biomass growth by sulfadiazine (SD), a broad-spectrum anti-microbial. To investigate the effects of SD on biomass growth, three substrates—glucose alone (G), glucose

UV photolysis was used to relieve inhibition of biomass growth by sulfadiazine (SD), a broad-spectrum anti-microbial. To investigate the effects of SD on biomass growth, three substrates—glucose alone (G), glucose plus sulfadiazine (G+SD), and glucose plus photolyzed SD (G+PSD)—were used to culture the bacteria acclimated to glucose. The biomass was strongly inhibited when SD was added into the glucose solution, but inhibition was relieved to a significant degree when the SD was treated with UV irradiation as a pretreatment.

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  • 2015-05-01
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1007/s00449-014-1335-x
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      1615-7591
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      1615-7605
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    Pan, Shihui, Yan, Ning, Zhang, Yongming, & Rittmann, Bruce E. (2015). UV photolysis for relieved inhibition of sulfadiazine (SD) to biomass growth. BIOPROCESS AND BIOSYSTEMS ENGINEERING, 38(5), 911-915. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00449-014-1335-x

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