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PDF Mechanisms of gold biomineralization in Cupriavidus ...

A XANES spectra and results of LCF of Au in . cell pellets after 6, 48, and 72 h amended with 50 M AuIII, individual . cells [after144 h amended with 100 M Au ...

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Immobilisation of Platinum by Cupriavidus metallidurans

The metal resistant bacterium Cupriavidus CH34, challenged with aqueous platinous and platinic chloride, rapidly immobilized platinum. XANES/EXAFS analysis of these reaction systems demonstrated that platinum binding shifted from chloride to carboxyl functional groups within the bacteria. PtIV was more toxic than PtII, presumably due to the oxidative stress imparted by the ...

The King Midas of Bacteria - BioTechniques

 · . —whose name means “metal-enduring”—is a unique species of bacteria that survives in environments with high heavy metal concentrations, which would be toxic to other bacteria. . is often found in industrial waste sites or locations, and especially in nuggets in Australia.

PDF Mechanisms of gold biomineralization in the ...

Viable, inactive, and dead . CH34 cultures were incubated in Conclusions the presence of 50 ␮M AuIII-complexes at pHs of 5.0 to 8.0 for 6 h and 144 h, and Au uptake was measured ICP-MS. Thermodynamic data indicate that We have shown that the biomineralization of particulate Au in aqueous AuIII in the experimental ...

Frontiers | Comparative Insights Into the Complete Genome ...

Cupriavidus metallidurans BS1 was isolated from a gold copper mine in China and was found to have 99.9–100% 16S rRNA gene identity to available genomes in the National Center for Biotechnology Information NCBI database of C. metallidurans strains CH34, NBRC 102507, NDB3NO24, Ni-2, NA1, NA4, NE12 and H1130 using the Geneious alignment global alignment cost matrix, identity Kearse …

Biomineralization of Gold: Biofilms on Bacterioform Gold ...

Bacterial biofilms are associated with secondary grains from two sites in Australia. 16S ribosomal DNA clones of the genus Ralstonia that bear 99% similarity to the bacterium Ralstonia —shown to precipitate from aqueous III tetrachloride—were present on all DNA-positive grains but were not detected in the surrounding soils.

Influence of copper resistance determinants on gold ...

 · Cupriavidus is associated with grains and may be involved in their formation. III complexes influence the transcriptome of . F. Reith et al., Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. 106:17757–17762, 2009, leading to the upregulation of genes involved in the detoxification of reactive oxygen species and metal ions. In a systematic study, the involvement of ...

Highly Sensitive and Selective GoldI Recognition by a ...

Heavy metal resistance in Cupriavidus CH34 is governed by an intricate transcriptional network. BioMetals 2011, 24 6 , 1133-1151. DOI: 10.1007/s10534-011-9473-y. Sebastián Cerminati, Fernando . Soncini, Susana K. Checa. Selective detection of genetically engineered bacterial reporters.

PureGold Mining: Canadas Newest Gold Producer

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Gold Biodissolution from Electronic Scrap and ...

nanoparticles GNPs have shown great promises in biomedical applications due to their distinct dimensions, non-toxicity, regulated drug release capability and adjustable surface functionalities. This study illustrates a green method for GNPs synthesis from electronic scrap material ESM Cupriavidus and Delftia acidovorans.

Biogeochemical cycling of gold: Transforming gold ...

However, it is unknown if biogeochemical cycling of Au occurs in polar environments, where air temperatures can reach −40 ° and soils remain frozen for much of the year. Therefore, placer Au-particles, soils and waters were collected at two placer districts in arctic Finland, i.e., the Ivalojoki and Lemmenjoki goldfields.

PDF Biomineralization of Gold: Biofilms on Bacterioform ...

Initial R. cells accumulated less than been shown to reductively precipitate some of precipitation by R. was rapid, and 50 wt % of relative to biologically active these metals Ei.e., AgI, CdII, and ZnII^ after 8 hours of incubation, about 3 mM cells, indicating that R. may be 24, 25.

Mechanisms of Gold Biomineralization in the Bacterium ...

Mechanisms of biomineralization in the bacterium Cupriavidus Frank Reithab Barbara Etschmanncde# Cornelia Grossef, Hugo Moors9, Mohammed A. Benotmane9, Pieter Monsieurs9, Gregor Grassh/ Christian Doonan, Stefan Vogtj, Barry Lai, Gema Martinez-Criadokr Graham N. George1, Dietrich H. Niesf,

Gold producing bacteria - Pharmaceutical Microbiology

. —whose name means “metal-enduring”—is a unique species of bacteria that survives in environments with high heavy metal concentrations, which would be toxic to other bacteria. . is often found in industrial waste sites or locations, and especially in nuggets in …

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