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    CN 20081142835 2008-04-11
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    CN 101367001 2009-02-18
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    ZL200810142835.5 2011-08-03
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published 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 PatentZL200810142835.5
Granted Date2011-08-03
Priority Date2007-04-11 US 11/922847P
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Issue Date2009
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China Published Patent Application CN 101367001. Beijing, PRC: State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) of the P.R.C., 2009 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/10722/176616

 

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dc.date.available2012-11-30T08:38:14Z-
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dc.identifier.citationChina Published Patent Application CN 101367001. Beijing, PRC: State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) of the P.R.C., 2009en_HK
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/176616-
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
dc.rightsCreative Commons: Attribution 3.0 Hong Kong License For Public Patent Documentsen_US
dc.titleMethods of using transformed plants expressing plant-derived acyl-coenzyme-A-binding proteins in phytoremediationen_HK
dc.typePatenten_US
dc.description.naturepublished_or_final_version-
dc.contributor.inventorChye, MLen_HK
dc.contributor.inventorXiao Shien_HK
dc.contributor.inventorGao Weien_HK
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