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Characterization of Binding Sites and Optimization of Cell Free Bacteria Condition for Metal Bio-Sorbents

Version 1 : Received: 24 March 2021 / Approved: 25 March 2021 / Online: 25 March 2021 (13:59:50 CET)

How to cite: Fadl, D.M.G.; Kamel Mohamed, Z. Characterization of Binding Sites and Optimization of Cell Free Bacteria Condition for Metal Bio-Sorbents. Preprints 2021, 2021030618 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202103.0618.v1). Fadl, D.M.G.; Kamel Mohamed, Z. Characterization of Binding Sites and Optimization of Cell Free Bacteria Condition for Metal Bio-Sorbents. Preprints 2021, 2021030618 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202103.0618.v1).

Abstract

Bacteria a Microscopic organisms are the most inexhaustible and flexible of microorganisms and constitute a huge division of the whole living earthly biomass, certain microorganisms were found to amass metallic components at a high limit Was Known as Bacterial Bio-sorption Due to their little size, capacity to become under controlled conditions, and their Accommodation to an extensive variety of ecological situations; Potent metal bio-sorbents among microorganisms, at low pH esteems, cell divider ligands are protonated and contend essentially with metals for official. With expanding pH, more ligands, such as amino and carboxyl groups, could be exposed, leading to attraction between these negative charges and the metals, and consequently increment bio-sorption onto the cell surface. Starting with Isolation and identification of heavy metal-resistant bacteria from rock Ore. Studying Factors Affecting Uranium Bio-sorption, Optimization of bacterial growth conditions and optimum for metal uptake by free and immobilized bacterial cells and Desorption ratio of uranium ions adsorbed by Coli. /alginate, All this evidence suggest that functions groups Represented in our study are responsible for metal uptake in our bacterial biomass beside change in peaks position which assigned for it's groups confirm bio-sorption of metal ions from waste due to ions charge interaction comparing with immobilized we found increase in no of binding sites indicate that immobilized bacterial have high efficiency for metal up take which also change in peaks position which assigned for its groups confirm bio-sorption of metal ions from waste due to ions charge interaction, Where the high bio-sorption yield obtained by bacteria, the Uranium & heavy metal bioremediation process expects microorganisms to be joined to a strong surface.

Subject Areas

Binding sites; Optimization; cell free bacteria condition for metal bio-sorbents

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