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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Culturable Bacterial Diversity From A Feed Water Of A Reverse Osmosis System, Evaluation Of Biofilm Formation And Biocontrol Using Phages
Author: Belgini D.R.B.
Dias R.S.
Siqueira V.M.
Valadares L.A.B.
Albanese J.M.
Souza R.S.
Torres A.P.R.
Sousa M.P.
Silva C.C.
De Paula S.O.
Oliveira V.M.
Abstract: Biofilm formation on reverse osmosis (RO) systems represents a drawback in the application of this technology by different industries, including oil refineries. In RO systems the feed water maybe a source of microbial contamination and thus contributes for the formation of biofilm and consequent biofouling. In this study the planktonic culturable bacterial community was characterized from a feed water of a RO system and their capacities were evaluated to form biofilm in vitro. Bacterial motility and biofilm control were also analysed using phages. As results, diverse Protobacteria, Actinobacteria and Bacteroidetes were identified. Alphaproteobacteria was the predominant group and Brevundimonas, Pseudomonas and Mycobacterium the most abundant genera. Among the 30 isolates, 11 showed at least one type of motility and 11 were classified as good biofilm formers. Additionally, the influence of non-specific bacteriophage in the bacterial biofilms formed in vitro was investigated by action of phages enzymes or phage infection. The vB_AspP-UFV1 (Podoviridae) interfered in biofilm formation of most tested bacteria and may represent a good alternative in biofilm control. These findings provide important information about the bacterial community from the feed water of a RO system that may be used for the development of strategies for biofilm prevention and control in such systems. © 2014 Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht.
Citation: World Journal Of Microbiology And Biotechnology. , v. , n. , p. - , 2014.
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1007/s11274-014-1693-1
Date Issue: 2014
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