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Combined treatment of toxic cyanobacteria Microcystis aeruginosa with hydrogen peroxide and microcystin biodegradation agents results in quick toxin elimination

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Under some conditions the growth of toxic cyanobacteria must be controlled by treatment with algicidal compounds. Hydrogen peroxide has been proposed as an efficient and relatively safe chemical which can remove cyanobacteria from the environment selectively, without affecting other microorganisms. However, the uncontrolled release of secondary metabolites, including toxins may occur after such a treatment. Our proposal presented in this paper concerns fast biodegradation of microcystin released after cell lysis induced by hydrogen peroxide. The effectiveness of both, Sphingomonas sp. and heterologously expressed MlrA enzyme, in the removal of the toxin from Microcystis aeruginosa culture was investigated. The results indicate that neither Sphingomonas cells nor MlrA are affected by hydrogen peroxide at the concentrations which stop the growth of cyanobacteria. A several-fold reduction in microcystin levels was documented in the presence of these agents with biodegradation ability. Our results provide evidence that such a combined treatment of water reservoirs dominated by microcystin-producing cyanobacteria may be a promising alternative which allows fast elimination of both, the bloom forming species and toxins, from the environment.
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65
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1
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133-140
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2018
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2017-12-01
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2018-02-13
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2018-02-13
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2018-03-15
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