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Thiobacillus sp. H1 was isolated and made into solid bacterial agent. The Thiobacillus sp. H1 agent was dosed into two reactor (all the agent dosed one-time, and multi-dosing bacteria evenly) and run for 40 days, a start-up with no microbial agent bioreactor as control. We found that the operational performance of multi-dosing inoculum reactor was stable, and the amount of elemental sulfur produced remained stable at 143.2-152.3 mg/L. The amount of elemental sulfur generated in the reactor without the addition of the inoculum was gradually increased, and the amount of elemental sulfur generated in the reactor with the inoculum added at one-time was decreased. Two kinds of Thiobacillus gen. and unclassified betaproteobacteria that coordinated the overall community function in the autotrophic denitrification desulfurization system with high-throughput sequencing. The trend of FccAB gene in each bioreactor was similar with the trend of elemental sulfur in the effluent. On the 5th day, the copy number of FccAB in bioreactor II was the highest among the three bioreactors, reaching 11.8 log copies L/g. This study explores the possibility of artificially synthesized denitrifying desulfurization flora in the future. Copyright © 2020 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.


Cong Huang, Qian Liu, Xueqi Chen, Jun Nan, Zhiling Li, Aijie Wang. Bioaugmentation with Thiobacillus sp. H1 in an autotrophic denitrification desulfurization microbial reactor: Microbial community changes and relationship. Environmental research. 2020 Oct;189:109927

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