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decolorize

(dē-kŏl′ĕ-rīz″) [″ + colorize]
To remove dye from a stained microscopic specimen, usually with an acid-alcohol wash.
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2008) reported that Trametes versicolor enabled to decolorize wastewater of the textile industry by the rate of 60%, and Amaral et al.
Neither bleaching nor light exposure alone were able to effectively decolorize blue stain without adversely affecting the color of the heartwood.
in Escherichia coli, obtaining a recombinant strain capable to decolorize azo dyes.
Here, malachite green, methyl orange and Congo red at concentrations of 50 and 100 mg/L were treated with fungal culture producing laccase to decolorize these synthetic dyes for 4 days.
One unit of azoreductase can be defined as the amount of enzyme required to decolorize 1 mol of Synozol Red 6HBN per min.
It required following a set sequence: stain application, decolorize, and rinse.
Levin, L , Papinutti, L , Forchiassin, F 2004 Evaluation of Argentinean white rot fungi for their ability to produce lignin modifying enzymes and decolorize industrial dyes Bioresource Technology 94: 169-176
MgO/charcoal nanocomposite can be used to decolorize reactive as well as other types of textile dyes from textile industrial effluent.
The bacterium Bacillus circulans NPP1 isolated from dye polluted industrial effluent has ability to degrade MR, decolorize various textile dyes.
niger could decolorize the effluent at a wide pH values regardless to the laccase activity, therefore, this microorganism is considered of a good potential in the decolorization of dyes in waste water.