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- Williams, Kelly P., et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Algal research 2014 v.4 pp. 52-61
- Cytophagia; Scenedesmus; Sphingobacteriia; absorbance; algae culture; bacteria; biofuels; fertilizers; fluorescence; fungi; gamma-Proteobacteria; genes; inoculum; microalgae; microbiome; monitoring; municipal wastewater; nutrients; photobioreactors; ribosomal RNA
- ... Large-scale cultivation of microalgae for biofuels may avoid competing for agriculture, water, and fertilizer by using wastewater and avoid competing for land by using the Offshore Membrane Enclosures for Growing Algae (OMEGA) system. Some microalgae thrive in wastewater; however, wastewater also contains a complex mixture of organisms. An algae culture in wastewater from a San Francisco Treatment ...
- Williams, Kelly P., et al. Show all 15 Authors
- Journal of bacteriology 2014 v.196 no.5 pp. 920-930
- Brucella; Ochrobactrum; adaptive immunity; antigens; bacteriology; horizontal gene transfer; hosts; human health; innate immunity; mammals; metal ions; nucleotide sequences; pathogens; phylogeny; secretion; virulence
- ... Brucella species include important zoonotic pathogens that have a substantial impact on both agriculture and human health throughout the world. Brucellae are thought of as “stealth pathogens” that escape recognition by the host innate immune response, modulate the acquired immune response, and evade intracellular destruction. We analyzed the genome sequences of members of the family Brucellaceae t ...
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