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- Ruo-hong Li; Wei-jun Wang; Bing Li; Jia-yu Zhang; Jie Liu; Gui-juan Zhang; Xue-chao Guo; Xi-hui Zhang; Xiao-yan Li
- Bioresource technology 2019 v.280 pp. 360-370
- Aeromonas; Prevotella; Selenomonas; Sulfurospirillum; activated sludge; bacteria; biomass; food waste; fouling; hydrolysis; iron; membrane bioreactors; municipal wastewater; phosphorus; waste utilization; wastewater treatment
- ... A novel acidogenic phosphorus recovery (APR) process was developed in combination with Fe(III)-based chemical phosphorus removal and a membrane bioreactor (MBR) for enhanced wastewater treatment and effective P recovery. Two different system configurations were evaluated: Fe-dosing MBR (Fe-MBR), with the Fe-dosing into the MBR, and Fe-enhanced primary sedimentation followed by the MBR (FeP-MBR). T ...
- Cornish Shartau, Sabrina L.; Yurkiw, Marcy; Lin, Shiping; Grigoryan, Aleksandr A.; Lambo, Adewale; Park, Hyung-Soo; Lomans, Bart P.; van der Biezen, Erwin; Jetten, Mike S.M.; Voordouw, Gerrit
- Applied and environmental microbiology 2010 v.76 no.15 pp. 4977-4987
- Arcobacter; Denitrovibrio; Sulfurospirillum; Thauera; ammonium nitrate; biomass; clones; denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis; denitrification; denitrifying bacteria; genes; nitrate reduction; nitrites; oils; polymerase chain reaction; ribosomal RNA; sulfides
- ... Community analysis of a mesothermic oil field, subjected to continuous field-wide injection of nitrate to remove sulfide, with denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE) of PCR-amplified 16S rRNA genes indicated the presence of heterotrophic and sulfide-oxidizing, nitrate-reducing bacteria (hNRB and soNRB). These reduce nitrate by dissimilatory nitrate reduction to ammonium (e.g., Sulfurospiri ...
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- Dominique Türkowsky; Patrick Lohmann; Marie Mühlenbrink; Torsten Schubert; Lorenz Adrian; Tobias Goris; Nico Jehmlich; Martin von Bergen
- Journal of proteomics 2019 v.192 pp. 10-17
- Sulfurospirillum; anaerobes; anaerobic conditions; bacteria; biomass; dehalogenation; enzyme substrates; eukaryotic cells; ligands; mass spectrometry; melting; oxidoreductases; proteins; proteome; protocols; substrate specificity; temperature; tetrachloroethylene; thermal stability
- ... Thermal proteome profiling (TPP) is increasingly applied in eukaryotes to investigate protein-ligand binding through protein melting curve shifts induced by the presence of a ligand. In anaerobic bacteria, identification of protein-substrate interactions is a major challenge. We applied TPP to Sulfurospirillum multivorans, which is able to use trichloroethene as electron acceptor for growth, to in ...