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NYMU iGEM

Practical Application & References

Practical Application

Moreover, our project has been put into practice thanks to the cooperation with Chung Hwa Pulp Corporation. The wastewater generated by Pulp factories contains enormous sulfide compounds and nitrate, which bring the annoying odors as well as the contamination to the local environment. Fortunately, our project seems to be the solution to their problem. This also demonstrates the potential and possibility of commercialized our project. On top of that, the engineered cyanobacteria can become the third endosymbiosis organelles with the help of division inhibitor, gene for invasion. After installing our designation into plants or even human cells as artificial organelles, we grant eukaryotes the ability to survive in extreme environments as horrible as Venus in case the space immigration is necessary on day.

References

Sulfur-driven autotrophic denitrification: diversity ,biochemistry, and engineering applications (1 September 2010) by Ming-Fei Shao & Tong Zhang & Herbert Han-Ping Fang

Characterization of the membranous denitrification enzymes nitritereductase (cytochrome cd1) and copper-containing nitrous oxidereductase from Thiobacillus denitrificans (30 October 1995) by Ursula H. Hole · Kai-Uwe Vollack · Walter G. Zumft ·Effi Eisenmann · Roman A. Siddiqui ·Bärbel Friedrich · Peter M. H. Kroneck

Autotrophic denitrification for combined hydrogen sulfideremoval from biogas and post-denitrification by R. Kleerebezem and R. Mendez (2002)

Nitrous oxide production and consumption: regulation of gene expression by gas-sensitive transcription factors (7 July 2012) by Stephen Spiro

Mechanism of Sulfide-Quinone Reductase Investigated Using Site-Directed Mutagenesis and Sulfur Analysis (6 August 2002)by Christoph Griesbeck, Michael Schu¨tz, Thomas Scho¨dl, Stephan Bathe, Lydia Nausch, Nicola Mederer, Martin Vielreicher, and Gu¨nter Hauska