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Demanding situations and possibilities within the zone of Environmental Biotechnology; G.S. Sayler.Advances in Sustainable Biotechnology: worldwide developments Affecting eco-friendly expertise; D. Miller. eco-friendly Chemistry: utilizing Enzymes As Benign Substitutes for man made chemical compounds and cruel stipulations in business tactics; G.E. Nedwin.TheState-of-The-Science in Environmental Biotechnology and Remediation: Phytoremediation functions for removal Heavy steel illness from Soil and Water; B.D. Ensley, et al. The function of Microbial PCB Dechlorination in normal recovery and Bioremediation; D.L. Bedard,H.M. Van Dort.Environmental Biotechnology at domestic and Abroad: Environmental Biotechnology matters within the usa Federal govt; D.J. Grimes.Environmental tracking, possibility research, andApplications to Bioremediation: Environmentally applicable Endpoints: The clinical method of Clean-Up degrees; D. Ritter.Advances inWastewater therapy Technology: Biotreatability Kinetics: A severe part within the Scale-Up of Wastewater remedy platforms; C.P.L.Grady, Jr., et al.Summary: Biotechnology within the Sustainable setting: A evaluation; J.J. Gauthier. 23 extra Artricles. Index.

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Plenum Press, New York, 1997 33 34 A. Paszczynski et al. Ames mutagenicity test indicated that the heteroatoms N, 0, S increased mutagenicity, while decreased mutagenic potential was shown after increasing the size of the dye molecule. A recent review of the literature regarding the toxicity and mutagenicity of azo dyes (Brown and de Vito, 1993) concluded that azo dyes are toxic and carcinogenic only after reduction and cleavage to aromatic amines. After oxidation to reactive species, the aromatic amines can bind to DNA.

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