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Iron(II) modified natural zeolites for hexavalent chromium removal from contaminated water

chromium in the environment, Analysis, 25, pp. 12–15. Hwang, I., Batchelor, B., Schlautman, M.A. & Wang, R. (2002). Effects of ferrous iron and molecular oxygen on chromium(VI) redox kinetics in the presence of aquifer solids, Journal of Hazardous Materials , 92, pp. 143–159. Inglezakis, V. J., Loizidou, M. D. & Grigoropoulou, H. P. (2003). Ion exchange of Pb 2+ , Cu 2+ , Fe 3+ , and Cr 3+ on natural clinoptilolite: selectivity determination and influence of acidity on metal uptake, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science , 261, pp. 49–54. Kiser

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Genetic variability in Acidithiobacillus spp. – a working horse of environmental biotechnologies

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The genus Acidithiobacillus comprises 7 species of Gram-negative obligatory acidophilic chemolithotrophic bacteria that derive energy mainly from the oxidation of reduced sulphur compounds. Four of the species also catalyse the dissimilatory oxidation of ferrous iron while three (A. thiooxidans, A. albertensis, and A. caldus) do not. Bacteria from the genus Acidithiobacillus are often associated with mineral biotechnologies (biomining) and acid mine drainage. While acceleration of mineral solubilisation is a positive aspect in environmental biotechnologies, it is undesirable in acid mine drainage with strong negative ecological impact and there is profound interest in genetics and genomics of these bacteria. Representatives of Acidithiobacillus genus occur world-wide, however there are limited data on Acidithiobacillus spp. variability from Slovakia. In our work the variability of Acidithiobacillus spp., from Slovakia was analysed and the presence of A ferrooxidans was detected. In addition, for the first time we report here on the occurrence of A. albertensis as well. Comparative analyses confirmed pronounced genetic and genomic diversity within the genus, especially within A. ferrooxidans and A. thioxidans complexes. Based on data presented, several Acidithiobacillus species could be considered as a complex species and the description of several new species is very probable in the near future.

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Study of Ni And Cd Bioleaching from Spent Ni-Cd Batteries

.C., BANERJEE, U.C.: Comparative studies on the microbial adsorption of heavy metals. Adv. Environ. Res., 7, 2003, 311-319. KOVTUN, V.N., BOLOTIN, A.V.: Dynamic behavior of Ni-H2SO4 system at high anodic potentials and different electrolysis conditions, Russ. J. Electrochem., 41, 2005, 111-115. MERUANE, G., VARGAS, T.: Bacterial oxidation of ferrous iron by Acidithiobacillus ferrooxidans in the pH range 2.5-7.0. Hydrometallurgy, 71, 2003, 149-158. NOGUEIRA, C.A., MARGARIDO, F.: Leaching behaviour of electrode materials of spent

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Remarks on the origin of cerussite in the Upper Silesian Zn-Pb deposits, Poland

para el manejo ambiental de desechos mineros. XXIV Curso Latinoamericano de Metalogenia, 22 August-2 September 2005 (pp. 1-36). Lima, Perú: UNESCO-SEG. Espejo T. R., Escobar B., Jedlicki E., Uribe P. & Badilla-Ohlbaum R. (1988). Oxidation of Ferrous Iron and Elemental Sulfur by Thiobacillus ferrooxidans. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 54(7), 1694-1699. DOI: 0099-2240/88/071694-06402.00/0 Herbert R. (1999). Sulphide oxidation in mine waste deposits - A review with emphasis on dysoxic weathering. Stockholm

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The Influence of Natural and Model Forms of Humic Acids on the Dynamic Parameters of Model Membranes

phospholipid membranes. Biochemistry. 1973;12:2351-2360. https://www.jstor.org/stable/62988?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents . [12] Hagelueken G, Duthie FG, Florin N, Schubert E, Schiemann O. Expression, purification and spin labelling of the ferrous iron transporter FeoB from Escherichia coli BL21 for EPR studies. Protein Express Purificat. 2015;114:30-36. DOI: 10.1016/j.pep.2015.05.014. [13] Petelska AD, Naumowicz M, Figaszewski ZA. The influence of pH on Phosphatidylethanolamine monolayer at the air/aqueous solution interface. Cell Biochem Biophys. 2013

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Seasonal variation and speciation of dissolved iron in an artificial surface water body

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The effects of berberine on reactive oxygen species production in human neutrophils and in cell-free assays

cultured rabbit corpus cavernosum smooth muscle cells injured by hydrogen peroxide. Acta Pharmacol Sin 28 : 1914–1918. Thorpe GH, Kricka LJ. (1986). Enhanced chemiluminescent reactions catalyzed by horseradish peroxidase. Methods Enzymol 133 : 331–353. Vasicek O, Lojek A, Jancinova V, Nosal R, Ciz M. (2014). Role of histamine receptors in the effects of histamine on the production of reactive oxygen species by whole blood phagocytes. Life Sci 100 : 67–72. Yildiz G, Demiryurek AT. (1998). Ferrous iron-induced luminol chemiluminescence: a method

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The Impact of Potassium Manganate (VII) on the Effectiveness of Coagulation in the Removal of Iron and Manganese from Groundwater with an Increased Content of Organic Substances

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The origin of native selenium microparticles during the oxidation of sideritic mudstones in the Veřovice Formation (Outer Western Carpathians)

selenitireducens sp. nov.: two haloalkaliphiles from Mono Lake, California that respire oxyanions of selenium and arsenic. Arch. Microbiol . 171, 19–30. Bruggeman C., Maes A., Vancluysen J. & Vandemussele P. 2005: Selenite reduction in Boom clay: Effect of FeS 2 , clay minerals and dissolved organic matter. Environ. Pollut . 137, 209–221. Charlet L., Scheinost A.C., Tournassat C., Greneche J.M., Géhin A., Fernández-Martínez A., Coudert S., Tisserand D. & Brendle J. 2007: Electron transfer at the mineral/water interface: Selenium reduction by ferrous iron sorbed on

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Effects of different concentrations of artemisinin and artemisinin-iron combination treatment on Madin Darby Canine Kidney (MDCK) cells

, Weinberg JM, Venkatachalam MA. (1998). Development of porous defects in plasma membranes of adenosine-triphosphate-depleted Madin-Darby canine kidney cells and its inhibition by glycine. Lab Invest   78 : 657-668. Efferth T, Benakis A, Romero MR, Tomicic M, Rauh R, Steinbach D, Hafer R, Stamminger T, Oesch F, Kaina B, Marschall M. (2004). Enhancement of cytotoxicity of Artemisinins toward cancer cells by ferrous iron. Free Radic Biol Med   37 : 998-1009. Fishwick J, Mclean WG, Edwards G, Ward SA. (1995). The toxicity

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