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Ranjit Kumar*, Pratibha Kumari, Shalini Kumari, Arun Kumar, Mohammad Ali and Ashok Ghosh


Arsenic contamination in the groundwater was reported worldwide. The major cause of human arsenic toxicity is from contamination of drinking water from natural geological sources. Microbiota plays an important role in human health, not only due to its participation in the digestion process, but also it plays role in immune system. Lactobacillus was introduced into different concentration of arsenic. 15 million spores and 30 million spores were added in 200 ppb, 100 ppb and 50 ppb respectively in six falcon tubes for 2 hours incubation period at 37 in incubator. Incubation with 15 million and 30 million spores of lactobacillus caused marked reduction in arsenic level it was decreased to 26.51 ± 1.139 ppb and 21.49 ± 1.605 ppb from 50 ppb, 43.16 ± 1.06 ppb and 29.54 ± 1.30 from 100 ppb and 80.89 ± 1.48 ppb and 67.09 ± 1.07 form 200 ppb. Arsenic levels were decreased to almost sixty percent in almost all concentration of arsenic after two hours of incubation with lactobacillus. It is concluded from study that lactobacillus causes effective removal of arsenic from water samples. When number of spores were increased removal of arsenic from water sample are more effective.

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