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Azo dye biodegradation by Microbial cultures immobilized in alginate beads.
Reduction of azo bonds in anaerobic condition is the first step in the breakdown of azo dyes, forming aromatic amines (Pandey et al.
Chang et al, (27) reported decolorization of azo dyes using the azo reductase genes of a wild strain of Pseudomonas luteola.
The first step in the synthesis of azo dyes is the conversion of amine compounds into diazonium salts.
2004), have been used to carry out putative enzymatic biodegradation and consequent decolorization of different azo dyes.
2012), this situation is worrying, as this author states that almost all foods consumed by Brazilians currently consist of azo dyes, with emphasis on Tartrazine, Ponceau 4R and Red 40 dyes.
Australian retailers issued recalls because they found out a small number of azo dyes are harmful when there is prolonged and direct contact to the skin.
Modernising the rules on food additives and labelling of azo dyes [Web page].
Azo dyes are synthetic dyestuffs which contain the azoic group in their chemical structure and are commonly used in textiles.
Azo dyes represent the largest class of commercially produced dyes, in which the chromophores are the azo group (Sutherland, 2004; Wallace, 2001).
Aviyente, Modeling the Substituent Effect on the Oxidative Degradation of Azo Dyes, J.