(1) to study the biodegradation of organic pollutants and inorganic pollutants in the natural environment, looking for the nature of biological purification ability of the special groups, to explore the interaction between biodegradation and pollutants, in order to formulate measures to eliminate pollution.
(2) genetic methods were used to recombine a variety of beneficial characteristic genes into strains with multi-functional and high degradability.
(3) using enzyme immobilization technology to prepare a specific or multi-functional biological catalyst, in order to degrade a variety of pollutants. For example, trypsin and ribonuclease are adsorbed on silica gel or glass fiber to remove dust, prevent and dissolve virus particles in water. Another example is the adsorption of enzymes on iron oxide powder, enzymes and pollutants, with the help of magnetic recycling.
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