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Biological removal of nickel (II) by Bacillus sp. KL1 in different conditions: optimization by Taguchi statistical approach

., Huang, S., Wu, K., Huang, C., Wu, M., Xie, W. & Wang, H. (2009). Effects of nickel on cyclin expression, cell cycle progression and cell proliferation in human pulmonary cells. Canc. Epidem. Biomark. Prev. 18, 1720–9. DOI: 10.1158/1055-9965.EPI-09-0115. 4. Ahemad, M. (2012). Implications of bacterial of resistance against heavy metals in bioremediation: a review. IIOABJ. 3, 39–46. 5. Magaye, R., Zhou, Q., Bowman, L., Zou, B., Mao, G., Xu, J., Castranova, V., Zhao, J. & Ding, M. (2014). Metallic Nickel Nanoparticles May Exhibit Higher Carcinogenic

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Nanospheres caped Pt(II) and Pt (IV): synthesis and evaluation as antimicrobial and Antifungal Agent

.Y., O’Neill, C.F., Raynaud, F.I., Beale, P.J. & Judson, I.R. (1999). Mini-review: discovery and development of platinum complexes designed to circumvent cisplatin resistance. J. Inorg Biochem. 77, 111-115. DOI: 10.1016/ S0162-0134(99)00141-5. 10. Orlandi, L., Colella, G., Bearzatto, A., Abolafio, G., Manzotti, L., Daidone, M.G. & Zaffaroni, N. (2001). Effects of a novel trinuclear platinum complex in cisplatin-sensitive and cisplatin-resistant human ovarian cancer cell lines: interference with cell cycle progression and induction of apoptosis. Eur. J

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