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    US 12/062077 2008-04-03
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    US 20080289252 2008-11-27
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    US 7880053 2011-02-01
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granted patent: Methods Of Using Transformed Plants Expressing Plant-Derived Acyl-Coenzyme-A-Binding Proteins In Phytoremediation

TitleMethods Of Using Transformed Plants Expressing Plant-Derived Acyl-Coenzyme-A-Binding Proteins In Phytoremediation
Granted PatentUS 7880053
Granted Date2011-02-01
Priority Date2008-04-03 US 12/062077
2007-04-11 US /922847P
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Issue Date2011
Citation
US Patent 7880053. Washington, DC: US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), 2011 How to Cite?
AbstractMethods Of Using Genetically-Transformed Plants In The Phytoremediation Of Lead Are Described. Unlike Many Organisms In Which Only 10-Kda Acbps Have Been Identified, There Exists A Family Of Six Acbps In The Model Plant Arabidopsis. Other Than A Function In Mediating The Transfer Of Acyl-Coa Esters In Plant Lipid Metabolism, All Six Arabidopsis Acbps Can Bind The Heavy Metal Lead And Are Therefore Applicable For Phytoremediation. These Methods Of Phytoremediation Will Provide A Cheap, Simple And Efficient Method In The Removal Of Contaminating Lead From Soil/Water/Environment By The Growth Of The Acbp-Overexpressing Genetically-Transformed Plants In The Contaminated Environment. There Is Also Provided A Method To Remove Lead From Contaminated Water.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/142230
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dc.description.abstractMethods Of Using Genetically-Transformed Plants In The Phytoremediation Of Lead Are Described. Unlike Many Organisms In Which Only 10-Kda Acbps Have Been Identified, There Exists A Family Of Six Acbps In The Model Plant Arabidopsis. Other Than A Function In Mediating The Transfer Of Acyl-Coa Esters In Plant Lipid Metabolism, All Six Arabidopsis Acbps Can Bind The Heavy Metal Lead And Are Therefore Applicable For Phytoremediation. These Methods Of Phytoremediation Will Provide A Cheap, Simple And Efficient Method In The Removal Of Contaminating Lead From Soil/Water/Environment By The Growth Of The Acbp-Overexpressing Genetically-Transformed Plants In The Contaminated Environment. There Is Also Provided A Method To Remove Lead From Contaminated Water.en_HK
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dc.titleMethods Of Using Transformed Plants Expressing Plant-Derived Acyl-Coenzyme-A-Binding Proteins In Phytoremediationen_HK
dc.typePatenten_US
dc.identifier.emailChye, Mee Len:mlchye@hkucc.hku.hken_US
dc.identifier.emailGao, Wei:weigao@hkusua.hku.hken_US
dc.identifier.emailXiao, Shi:sxiao@hku.hken_US
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