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         5. I.  Lavilla, F. Pena-Pereira et al, Microvolume turbidimetry for rapid and sensitive  determination of the acid labile sulfide fraction in waters after headspace  single-drop microextraction with <em>in situ </em>generation of volatile hydrogen sulfide,  Analytica Chimica Acta 647 (2009) 112–116    <br />
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NYMU iGEM

Conclusion & References

Conclusion

  1. We’ve already created a powerful artificial cyanobacteria with useful sulfite reductase, Cys I and Dsr, which can remove SOX from environment and protect our earth.

  2. We’ve already established sulfite reductase, Cys I and Dsr, two biobricks. The thing is they work powerfully. Among which, CysI can remove at least 30uM H2S in 48hr!!

  3. In the future, with sulfite reductase, we can perform our project to next step- utilize the resource from Venus or even create Venusians!!


References

1. HEIKE LAUE, MICHAEL FRIEDRICH et al, Dissimilatory Sulfite Reductase (Desulfoviridin) of the Taurine-Degrading, Non-Sulfate-Reducing Bacterium
Bilophila wadsworthia RZATAU Contains a Fused DsrB-DsrD Subunit, Journal of Bacteriology 183 (2001), 5, pp. 1727-1733
2. Tamar Barkay and Jeffra Schaefer et al, Metal and radionuclide bioremediation: issues, considerations and potentials, Ecology and industrial microbiology 2001, 4:318–323
3. Werner Badziong and Rudolf K. Thauer, Growth Yields and Growth Rates of. Desulfovibrio  vulgaris (Marburg) Growing on Hydrogen plus Sulfate and Hydrogen plus Thiosulfate as the Sole Energy Sources, Arch. Microbiol. 117, 209-214 [1978]
4. GERRIT VOORDOUW, The Genus Desulfovibrio: The Centennial, APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY, Aug. 1995, p. 2813–2819
5. I. Lavilla, F. Pena-Pereira et al, Microvolume turbidimetry for rapid and sensitive determination of the acid labile sulfide fraction in waters after headspace single-drop microextraction with in situ generation of volatile hydrogen sulfide, Analytica Chimica Acta 647 (2009) 112–116