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Understanding the in silico aspects of bacterial catabolic cascade for styrene degradation

6 days ago   |   By Wiley

Abstract
Styrene is a non-polar organic compound used in very high-volume for the industrial scale production of commercially important polymers such as polystyrene resins as well as copolymers like acrylonitrile butadiene styrene , latex, and rubber. These resins are widely used in manufacturing of various products including single use plastics such as disposable cups and containers, protective packaging, heat insulation etc. The large-scale utilization leads to the over-accumulation of styrene waste in the environment causing deleterious health risks including cancer, neurological...
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