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Decolourization of naphthalene-containing sulfonated azo dyes by Kerstersia sp. strain VKY1VIJAYKUMAR, M. H; VAISHAMPAYAN, Parag A; SHOUCHE, Yogesh S et al.Enzyme and microbial technology. 2007, Vol 40, Num 2, pp 204-211, issn 0141-0229, 8 p.Article

Decolorization of azo dyes by Shewanella oneidensis MR-1 in the presence of humic acidsGUANGFEI LIU; JITI ZHOU; JING WANG et al.Applied microbiology and biotechnology. 2011, Vol 91, Num 2, pp 417-424, issn 0175-7598, 8 p.Article

Nano-fabrication of surface relief gratings on azo dye films utilizing interference of evanescent waves on prismOHDAIRA, Yasuo; NOGUCHI, Ken; SHINBO, Kazunari et al.Colloids and surfaces. A, Physicochemical and engineering aspects. 2006, Vol 284-85, pp 556-560, issn 0927-7757, 5 p.Conference Paper

Photocatalytic decolorization of Remazol Black 5 and Remazol Brilliant Orange 3R by mesoporous TiO2CHEN, Chia-Yun; CHENG, Meng-Cheng; CHEN, Arh-Hwang et al.Journal of environmental management. 2012, Vol 102, pp 125-133, issn 0301-4797, 9 p.Article

Enzymatic reduction and oxidation of fibre-bound azo-dyesPRICELIUS, S; HELD, C; SOLLNER, S et al.Enzyme and microbial technology. 2007, Vol 40, Num 7, pp 1732-1738, issn 0141-0229, 7 p.Conference Paper

Accelerated azo dye removal by biocathode formation in single-chamber biocatalyzed electrolysis systemsWANG, You-Zhao; WANG, Ai-Jie; LIU, Wen-Zong et al.Bioresource technology. 2013, Vol 146, pp 740-743, issn 0960-8524, 4 p.Article

Identification and Characteristics of A Novel Salt-Tolerant Exiguobacterium sp. for Azo Dyes DecolorizationLIANG TAN; QU, Yuan-Yuan; ZHOU, Ji-Ti et al.Applied biochemistry and biotechnology. 2009, Vol 159, Num 3, pp 728-738, issn 0273-2289, 11 p.Conference Paper

Decolouration of industrial azo dyes by crude laccase from Trametes hirsutaRODRIGUEZ COUTO, S.Journal of hazardous materials. 2007, Vol 148, Num 3, pp 768-770, issn 0304-3894, 3 p.Article

Development and in-house validation of a liquid chromatographyelectrospray-tandem mass spectrometry method for the simultaneous determination of Sudan I, Sudan II, Sudan III and Sudan IV in hot chilli productsCALBIANI, F; CARERI, M; ELVIRI, L et al.Journal of chromatography. 2004, Vol 1042, Num 1-2, pp 123-130, issn 0021-9673, 8 p.Article

Mutagenicity of benzidine and benzidine-congener dyes and selected monoazo dyes in a modified Salmonella assay = Activité mutagène de la benzidine et des colorants congénères et des colorants monoazoïques sélectionnés dans un test modifié sur SalmonellaPRIVAL, M. J; BELL, S. J; MITCHELL, V. D et al.Mutation research. 1984, Vol 136, Num 1, pp 33-47, issn 0027-5107Article

Ligninolytic activity from newly isolated basidiomycete strains and effect of these enzymes on the azo dye orange II decolourisationCORTELINE ABRAHAO, Maira; DE MELLO GUGLIOTTA, Adriana; DA SILVA, Roberto et al.Annals of microbiology. 2008, Vol 58, Num 3, pp 427-432, issn 1590-4261, 6 p.Article

Mutagenicity studies of urine and faecal samples from rats treated orally with the food colourings brown FK and red 2G = Etudes de mutagénicité des échantillons d'urine et de fèces de rats auxquels ont été administrés, par voie orale, les colorants alimentaires marron FK et rouge 2GEDWARDS, C. N; COMBES, R. D.Food and chemical toxicology. 1984, Vol 22, Num 8, pp 593-597, issn 0278-6915Article

Azo-dye aligning layers for liquid-crystal cellsCHIGRINOV, Vladimir; PRUDNIKOVA, Elena; KOZENKOV, Vladimir et al.Journal of the Society for Information Display. 2003, Vol 11, Num 3, pp 579-583, issn 1071-0922, 5 p.Conference Paper

Final report on the safety assessment of Disperse Black 9Journal of the American College of Toxicology. 1986, Vol 5, Num 3, pp 205-223, issn 0730-0913Article

Photocatalytic decoloration of water-soluble azo dyes by reduction based on bisulfite-mediated borohydrideYONGCHUN DONG; WENJING DONG; CHUNYAN LIU et al.Catalysis today. 2007, Vol 126, Num 3-4, pp 456-462, issn 0920-5861, 7 p.Conference Paper

Removal of Reactofix Navy Blue 2 GFN from aqueous solutions using adsorption techniquesVINOD KUMAR GUPTA; JAIN, Rajeev; VARSHNEY, Shaily et al.Journal of colloid and interface science. 2007, Vol 307, Num 2, pp 326-332, issn 0021-9797, 7 p.Article

Acid/base properties and adsorption of an azo dye on coating pigmentsKALLIO, Timo; KEKKONEN, Juha; STENIUS, Per et al.Journal of dispersion science and technology. 2006, Vol 27, Num 6, pp 825-834, issn 0193-2691, 10 p.Article

Mineralization and efficiency in the homogeneous Fenton Orange G oxidationDOUMIC, Lucila I; HAURE, Patricia M; CASSANELLO, Miryan C et al.Applied catalysis. B, Environmental. 2013, Vol 142-143, pp 214-221, issn 0926-3373, 8 p.Article

Degradation efficiencies of azo dye Acid Orange 7 by the interaction of heat, UV and anions with common oxidants: Persulfate, peroxymonosulfate and hydrogen peroxideSHIYING YANG; PING WANG; XIN YANG et al.Journal of hazardous materials (Print). 2010, Vol 179, Num 1-3, pp 552-558, issn 0304-3894, 7 p.Article

Decolorization of Fast red by metabolizing cells of Oenococcus oeni ML34EL AHWANY, Amani M. D.World journal of microbiology & biotechnology. 2008, Vol 24, Num 8, pp 1521-1527, issn 0959-3993, 7 p.Article

Aggregation of azo dye Orange I induced by polyethylene glycol in aqueous solutionCHU OUYANG; SHUANGJUN CHEN; BO CHE et al.Colloids and surfaces. A, Physicochemical and engineering aspects. 2007, Vol 301, Num 1-3, pp 346-351, issn 0927-7757, 6 p.Article

Bacterial decolorization of azo dyes by Rhodopseudomonas palustrisLIU, Guang-Fei; ZHOU, Ji-Ti; JING WANG et al.World journal of microbiology & biotechnology. 2006, Vol 22, Num 10, pp 1069-1074, issn 0959-3993, 6 p.Article

Decolorization of a sulfonated azo dye, Congo red, by Staphylococcus sp. EY-3PARK, Eun-Hee; JANG, Moon-Sun; CHA, In-Ho et al.Journal of microbiology and biotechnology. 2005, Vol 15, Num 1, pp 221-225, issn 1017-7825, 5 p.Article

Comparative study on characteristics of azo dye decolorization by indigenous decolorizersZHANG, Meng-Meng; CHEN, Wen-Ming; CHEN, Bor-Yann et al.Bioresource technology. 2010, Vol 101, Num 8, pp 2651-2656, issn 0960-8524, 6 p.Article

Synthesis of β-cyclodextrin and starch based polymers for sorption of azo dyes from aqueous solutionsOZMEN, Elif Yilmaz; SEZGIN, Mehmet; YILMAZ, Aydan et al.Bioresource technology. 2008, Vol 99, Num 3, pp 526-531, issn 0960-8524, 6 p.Article

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