DEGRADATION MODEL OFPOLYETHYLENE TEREPHTHALATE BY ESCHERCHIA COLI BACTERIA
Degradation of Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) using Escherchia Coli (E-Coli) bacteria in awhole cell biocatalys system. E-Coli bacteria will produce LC-Cutinase enzyme surface of the cell and coupled with PET, so PET can decompose. LC-Cutinase reaction and PET lasts for three days. Models that are formed already can explains the phenomenon of PET degradation
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