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proteomics-based methods are excellent tools for monitoring expression of perchlorate and chlorate-reducing enzyme systems in pure and mixed cultures, including environmental samples
using a mass spectrometry (MS)-based proteomics approach signature peptides derived from chlorite dismutase and perchlorate reductase (subunit A and B) are identified as biomarkers of perchlorate presence and biodegradation. The biomarker peptides are detected at perchlorate concentrations as low as 0.1 mM and at different time-points in both pure cultures and within perchlorate-reducing environmental enrichment consortia. This technique can be a useful for monitoring bioremediation processes of other anthropogenic environmental contaminants with known metabolic pathways
(per)chlorate-reducing microorganisms are useful for bioremediation of soils and sediments
bacterial reduction of chlorate and perchlorate in water
since the saturated hydrocarbon fraction is the most abundant in crude oil, its biodegradation is quantitatively most important in oil bioremediation
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