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IJMS, Vol. 23, Pages 5809: Adsorption Behavior of 3-phenoxybenzoic Acid by Lactobacillus Plantarum and Its Potential Application in Simulated Digestive Juices (International Journal of Molecular Sciences)
 


3-PBA is a major degradation intermediate of pyrethroids. Its widespread existence in the environment poses a severe threat to the ecosystem and human health. This study evaluated the adsorption capacity of L. plantarum RS20 toward 3-PBA. Batch adsorption experiments indicated that the optimal adsorption conditions were a temperature of 37 °C and initial pH of 6.0–8.0, under which the removal rate was positively correlated with the cell concentration. In addition, there was no link between the incubation time and adsorption rate. The kinetic study showed that the adsorption process fitted well with the pseudo-second-order model, and the adsorption isotherms could be described by both Langmuir and Freundlich equations. Heat and acid treatments showed that the ability of strain RS20 in removing 3-PBA was independent of microbial vitality. Indeed, it was involved with chemisorption and physisorption via the cell walls. The cell walls made the highest contribution to 3-PBA removal, according to the adsorption experiments using different cellular components. This finding was further reconfirmed by SEM. FTIR spectroscopy analysis indicated that carboxyl, hydroxyl, amino groups, and –C–N were the functional sites for the binding of 3-PBA. The co-culture experiments showed that the adsorption of strain RS20 enhanced the degradation of 3-PBA by strain SC-1. Strain RS20 could also survive and effectively remove 3-PBA in simulated digestive juices. Collectively, strain RS20 could be employed as a biological detoxification agent for humans and animals by eliminating 3-PBA from foods, feeds, and the digestive tract in the future.


 
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