Microbiology - Journal Articles

Microbiology - Journal Articles

 

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  • Gil-Pulido, Beatriz; Tarpey, Emma; Almeida, Eduardo L.; Finnegan, William; Zhan, Xinmin; Dobson, Alan D. W.; O'Leary, Niall (Elsevier B.V., 2018-06-05)
    Dairy processing generates large volumes of wastewater that require extensive nutrient remediation prior to discharge. Significant commercial opportunities exist therefore for cost-effective biotechnologies capable of ...
  • Varela, Javier A.; Montini, Noemi; Scully, Damhan; Van der Ploeg, Ralph; Oreb, Mislav; Boles, Eckhard; Hirota, Junya; Akada, Rinji; Hoshida, Hisashi; Morrissey, John P. (Oxford University Press on behalf of Federation of European Microbiological Societies, 2017-04-18)
    Kluyveromyces marxianus is a safe yeast used in the food and biotechnology sectors. One of the important traits that sets it apart from the familiar yeasts, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, is its capacity to grow using lactose ...
  • Egerton, Sian; Culloty, Sarah; Whooley, Jason; Stanton, Catherine; Ross, R. Paul (Frontiers Media, )
    The body of work relating to the gut microbiota of fish is dwarfed by that on humans and mammals. However, it is a field that has had historical interest and has grown significantly along with the expansion of the aquaculture ...
  • Marchocki, Zbigniew; Vinturache, Angela; Collins, Kevin; O'Reilly, Paddy; O'Donoghue, Keelin (Nature Publishing Group, )
    This study evaluated the feasibility of maternal C-reactive protein (CRP) in amniotic fluid (AF) as a predictor of post-partum infection in women who undergo emergency or elective caesarean section (CS). AF bacterial culture ...
  • Shkoporov, Andrey N.; Ryan, Feargal J.; Draper, Lorraine A.; Forde, Amanda; Stockdale, Stephen R.; Daly, Karen M.; McDonnell, Siobhan A.; Nolan, James A.; Sutton, Thomas D. S.; Dalmasso, Marion; McCann, Angela; Ross, R. Paul; Hill, Colin (BioMed Central Ltd, )
    Background: Recent studies have demonstrated that the human gut is populated by complex, highly individual and stable communities of viruses, the majority of which are bacteriophages. While disease-specific alterations in ...

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