Plasmid mediated Naphthalene Degradation in Pseudomonas sp. strain NGK 1`

Order of Publishing in Issue: 
8
Volume :4
Issue :2
April, 2010 - June, 2010
Page No: 
702-707
Authors: 
M. Subba Rao*, G. Kishore and C. Rambabu
Address: 
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Acharya Nagarjuna University Dr.M.R.Appa Row Campus, Nuzvid-521 201, Krishna District, A.P. India.
Email-ID: 
mannamsrao@yahoo.com

Abstract : A large indigenous plasmid was found in the naphthalene degrading Pseudomonas sp. (NGK1). This plasmid, pND15 appears to containcomplete genetic information for the degradation of naphthalene as the plasmid cured strain failed to utilize naphthalene as source of carbon. TheE. coli transformed with pND15 showed ability to degrade naphthalene and growth pattern similar to that of wild type Pseudomonas sp. (NGK1).

Keywords: 
Pseudomonas sp. NGK1, Plasmid, Naphthalene degradation
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