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Ammonia oxidizing bacteria: are they different in nitrifying bio-augmentation products than in activated sludge?

Résumé : To restore wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) performances after loosing nitrifying activity, commercial solutions of nitrifying bacteria, called Nitrifying Bio-augmentation Products (NBP), can be added in low loaded (i.e. nitrifying) activated sludge plants. Autochthon ammonia oxidizing bacteria (AOB) populations were compared to a specific NBP through 16S rDNA sequences discrimination using DGGE and SSCP techniques. Seasonal stability of WWTP AOB communities was also investigated.
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A. Souef, V. Estébanez, L. Juzan, J.J. Pernelle, P. Dabert, et al.. Ammonia oxidizing bacteria: are they different in nitrifying bio-augmentation products than in activated sludge?. 12th Internationale Symposium on Microbial Ecology, Aug 2008, Cairns, Australia. 2008. ⟨hal-02595800⟩

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