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Selenium biomineralization for biotechnological applications

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Selenium biomineralization for biotechnological applications. / Nancharaiah, Yarlagadda V.; Lens, Piet N. L.

julkaisussa: Trends in Biotechnology, Vuosikerta 33, Nro 6, 06.2015, s. 323-330.

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Nancharaiah, YV & Lens, PNL 2015, 'Selenium biomineralization for biotechnological applications', Trends in Biotechnology, Vuosikerta. 33, Nro 6, Sivut 323-330. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tibtech.2015.03.004

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Nancharaiah, Y. V., & Lens, P. N. L. (2015). Selenium biomineralization for biotechnological applications. Trends in Biotechnology, 33(6), 323-330. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tibtech.2015.03.004

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Nancharaiah YV, Lens PNL. Selenium biomineralization for biotechnological applications. Trends in Biotechnology. 2015 kesä;33(6):323-330. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tibtech.2015.03.004

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Nancharaiah, Yarlagadda V. ; Lens, Piet N. L. / Selenium biomineralization for biotechnological applications. Julkaisussa: Trends in Biotechnology. 2015 ; Vuosikerta 33, Nro 6. Sivut 323-330.

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title = "Selenium biomineralization for biotechnological applications",
abstract = "Selenium (Se) is not only a strategic element in high-tech electronics and an essential trace element in living organisms, but also a potential toxin with low threshold concentrations. Environmental biotechnological applications using bacterial biomineralization have the potential not only to remove selenium from contaminated waters, but also to sequester it in a reusable form. Selenium biomineralization has been observed in phylogenetically diverse microorganisms isolated from pristine and contaminated environments, yet it is one of the most poorly understood biogeochemical processes. Microbial respiration of selenium is unique because the microbial cells are presented with both soluble (SeO42- and SeO32- and insoluble (Se) forms of selenium as terminal electron acceptor. Here, we highlight selenium biomineralization and the potential biotechnological uses for it in bioremediation and wastewater treatment.",
keywords = "biomineralization, selenium bioreduction, selenium deficiency, selenium supplementation, selenium nanomaterials, wastewater treatment, ELEMENTAL SELENIUM, WASTE-WATER, RESPIRING BACTERIA, SELENATE REDUCTION, THAUERA-SELENATIS, BIOFILM REACTOR, HUMAN HEALTH, NANOPARTICLES, REMOVAL, SLUDGE",
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T1 - Selenium biomineralization for biotechnological applications

AU - Nancharaiah, Yarlagadda V.

AU - Lens, Piet N. L.

PY - 2015/6

Y1 - 2015/6

N2 - Selenium (Se) is not only a strategic element in high-tech electronics and an essential trace element in living organisms, but also a potential toxin with low threshold concentrations. Environmental biotechnological applications using bacterial biomineralization have the potential not only to remove selenium from contaminated waters, but also to sequester it in a reusable form. Selenium biomineralization has been observed in phylogenetically diverse microorganisms isolated from pristine and contaminated environments, yet it is one of the most poorly understood biogeochemical processes. Microbial respiration of selenium is unique because the microbial cells are presented with both soluble (SeO42- and SeO32- and insoluble (Se) forms of selenium as terminal electron acceptor. Here, we highlight selenium biomineralization and the potential biotechnological uses for it in bioremediation and wastewater treatment.

AB - Selenium (Se) is not only a strategic element in high-tech electronics and an essential trace element in living organisms, but also a potential toxin with low threshold concentrations. Environmental biotechnological applications using bacterial biomineralization have the potential not only to remove selenium from contaminated waters, but also to sequester it in a reusable form. Selenium biomineralization has been observed in phylogenetically diverse microorganisms isolated from pristine and contaminated environments, yet it is one of the most poorly understood biogeochemical processes. Microbial respiration of selenium is unique because the microbial cells are presented with both soluble (SeO42- and SeO32- and insoluble (Se) forms of selenium as terminal electron acceptor. Here, we highlight selenium biomineralization and the potential biotechnological uses for it in bioremediation and wastewater treatment.

KW - biomineralization

KW - selenium bioreduction

KW - selenium deficiency

KW - selenium supplementation

KW - selenium nanomaterials

KW - wastewater treatment

KW - ELEMENTAL SELENIUM

KW - WASTE-WATER

KW - RESPIRING BACTERIA

KW - SELENATE REDUCTION

KW - THAUERA-SELENATIS

KW - BIOFILM REACTOR

KW - HUMAN HEALTH

KW - NANOPARTICLES

KW - REMOVAL

KW - SLUDGE

U2 - 10.1016/j.tibtech.2015.03.004

DO - 10.1016/j.tibtech.2015.03.004

M3 - Literature review

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SP - 323

EP - 330

JO - Trends in Biotechnology

JF - Trends in Biotechnology

SN - 0167-7799

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