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    1. Ntougias, S; Russell, NJ
      Alkalibacterium olivoapovliticus gen. nov., sp nov., a new obligately alkaliphilic bacterium isolated from edible-olive wash-waters

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY
    2. Ntougias, S; Russell, NJ
      Bacillus sp WW3-SN6, a novel facultatively alkaliphilic bacterium isolatedfrom the washwaters of edible olives

      EXTREMOPHILES
    3. Russell, NJ
      Toward a molecular understanding of cold activity of enzymes from psychrophiles

      EXTREMOPHILES
    4. Berchet, V; Thomas, T; Cavicchioli, R; Russell, NJ; Gounot, AM
      Structural analysis of the elongation factor G protein from the low-temperature-adapted bacterium Arthrobacter globiformis SI55

      EXTREMOPHILES
    5. Jones, CE; Murphy, PJ; Russell, NJ
      Diversity and osmoregulatory responses of bacteria isolated from two-phaseolive oil extraction waste products

      WORLD JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGY
    6. White, PL; Wynn-Williams, DD; Russell, NJ
      Diversity of thermal responses of lipid composition in the membranes of the dominant culturable members of an Antarctic fellfield soil bacterial community

      ANTARCTIC SCIENCE
    7. Russell, NJ; Nichols, DS
      Polyunsaturated fatty acids in marine bacteria - a dogma rewritten

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    8. Gerday, C; Russell, NJ
      Bacteria from the cold

      BIOFUTUR
    9. Simpson, RK; Whittington, R; Earnshaw, RG; Russell, NJ
      Pulsed high electric field causes 'all or nothing' membrane damage in Listeria monocytogenes and Salmonella typhimurium, but membrane H+-ATPase is not a primary target

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FOOD MICROBIOLOGY
    10. GERIKE U; HOUGH DW; RUSSELL NJ; DYALLSMITH ML; DANSON MJ
      CITRATE SYNTHASE AND 2-METHYLCITRATE SYNTHASE - STRUCTURAL, FUNCTIONAL AND EVOLUTIONARY RELATIONSHIPS

      Microbiology
    11. Marshall, SJ; House, WA; Russell, NJ; White, GF
      Comparative adsorption of natural and commercially available humic acids to river sediments

      COLLOIDS AND SURFACES A-PHYSICOCHEMICAL AND ENGINEERING ASPECTS
    12. GERIKE U; RUSSELL RJM; DANSON MJ; RUSSELL NJ; HOUGH DW; TAYLOR GL
      PRELIMINARY CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC STUDIES OF CITRATE SYNTHASE FROM AN ANTARCTIC PSYCHROTOLERANT BACTERIUM

      Acta crystallographica. Section D, Biological crystallography
    13. STIBOR M; RUSSELL NJ; KRALOVA B
      ALCOHOL-DEHYDROGENASE FROM AN ANTARCTIC BACTERIUM

      Chemicke zvesti
    14. EVANS RI; MCCLURE PJ; GOULD GW; RUSSELL NJ
      THE EFFECT OF GROWTH TEMPERATURE ON THE PHOSPHOLIPID AND FATTY ACYL COMPOSITIONS OF NONPROTEOLYTIC CLOSTRIDIUM-BOTULINUM

      International journal of food microbiology
    15. LEE C; RUSSELL NJ; WHITE GF
      DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF LABORATORY MICROCOSMS FOR ANIONIC SURFACTANT BIODEGRADATION BY RIVERINE BIOFILMS

      Water research (Oxford)
    16. EVANS RI; RUSSELL NJ; GOULD GW; MCCLURE PJ
      THE GERMINABILITY OF SPORES OF A PSYCHROTOLERANT, NONPROTEOLYTIC STRAIN OF CLOSTRIDIUM-BOTULINUM IS INFLUENCED BY THEIR FORMATION AND STORAGE-TEMPERATURE

      Journal of applied microbiology
    17. OWEN SA; RUSSELL NJ; HOUSE WA; WHITE GF
      REEVALUATION OF THE HYPOTHESIS THAT BIODEGRADABLE SURFACTANTS STIMULATE SURFACE ATTACHMENT OF COMPETENT BACTERIA

      Microbiology
    18. RUSSELL NJ
      PSYCHROPHILIC BACTERIA - MOLECULAR ADAPTATIONS OF MEMBRANE-LIPIDS

      Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Section A: Comparative physiology
    19. KUCHTA T; LEKA C; KUBINEC R; RUSSELL NJ
      INHIBITION OF ERGOSTEROL BIOSYNTHESIS IS NOT ACCOMPANIED BY A CHANGE IN FATTY-ACID COMPOSITION IN SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE TREATED WITH THEANTIFUNGAL AGENT 6-AMINO-2-N-PENTYLTHIOBENZOTHIAZOLE

      FEMS microbiology letters
    20. MARCHESI JR; WHITE GF; RUSSELL NJ; HOUSE WA
      EFFECT OF RIVER SEDIMENT ON THE BIODEGRADATION KINETICS OF SURFACTANTAND NONSURFACTANT COMPOUNDS

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    21. VERHEUL A; RUSSELL NJ; VANTHOF R; ROMBOUTS FM; ABEE T
      MODIFICATIONS OF MEMBRANE PHOSPHOLIPID-COMPOSITION IN NISIN-RESISTANTLISTERIA-MONOCYTOGENES SCOTT A

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    22. GERIKE U; DANSON MJ; RUSSELL NJ; HOUGH DW
      SEQUENCING AND EXPRESSION OF THE GENE ENCODING A COLD-ACTIVE CITRATE SYNTHASE FROM AN ANTARCTIC BACTERIUM, STRAIN DS2-3R

      European journal of biochemistry
    23. NICHOLS DS; NICHOLS PD; RUSSELL NJ; DAVIES NW; MCMEEKIN TA
      POLYUNSATURATED FATTY-ACIDS IN THE PSYCHROPHILIC BACTERIUM SHEWANELLA-GELIDIMARINA ACAM 456(T) - MOLECULAR-SPECIES ANALYSIS OF MAJOR PHOSPHOLIPIDS AND BIOSYNTHESIS OF EICOSAPENTAENOIC ACID

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, L. Lipids and lipid metabolism
    24. TIDSWELL EC; RUSSELL NJ; WHITE GF
      ETHER-BAND SCISSION IN THE BIODEGRADATION OF ALCOHOL ETHOXYLATE NONIONIC SURFACTANTS BY PSEUDOMONAS SP STRAIN SC25A

      Microbiology
    25. NICHOLS DS; RUSSELL NJ
      FATTY-ACID ADAPTATION IN AN ANTARCTIC BACTERIUM - CHANGES IN PRIMER UTILIZATION

      Microbiology
    26. RUSSELL NJ
      RESPONSE TO COLD SHOCK - LIPID PROFILES AND AUTOLYSIS OF BACTERIA - REPLY

      Microbiology
    27. CUMMINGS SP; RUSSELL NJ
      OSMOREGULATORY RESPONSES OF BACTERIA ISOLATED FROM FRESH OR COMPOSTED, OLIVE-MILL WASTE-WATERS

      World journal of microbiology & biotechnology
    28. TATNELL PJ; RUSSELL NJ; GOWAN JRW; GACESA P
      CHARACTERIZATION OF ALGINATES FROM MUCOID STRAINS OF PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA

      Biochemical Society transactions
    29. TATNELL PJ; RUSSELL NJ; GACESA P
      OVEREXPRESSION OF THE GDP-MANNOSE DEHYDROGENASE GENE FROM PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA

      Biochemical Society transactions
    30. TATNELL PJ; RUSSELL NJ; GOVAN JRW; GACESA P
      COLONIZATION OF CYSTIC-FIBROSIS PATIENTS BY NON-MUCOID PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA - CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ALGINATE FROM MUCOID VARIANTS

      Biochemical Society transactions
    31. WHITE GF; RUSSELL NJ; TIDSWELL EC
      BACTERIAL SCISSION OF ETHER BONDS

      Microbiological reviews
    32. LEE C; RUSSELL NJ; WHITE GF
      RAPID SCREENING FOR BACTERIAL PHENOTYPES CAPABLE OF BIODEGRADING ANIONIC SURFACTANTS - DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A MICROTITRE PLATE METHOD

      Microbiology
    33. RUSSELL NJ; EVANS RI; TERSTEEG PF; HELLEMONS J; VERHEUL A; ABEE T
      MEMBRANES AS A TARGET FOR STRESS-ADAPTATION

      International journal of food microbiology
    34. PECK MW; EVANS RI; FAIRBAIRN DA; HARTLEY MG; RUSSELL NJ
      EFFECT OF SPORULATION TEMPERATURE ON SOME PROPERTIES OF SPORES OF NONPROTEOLYTIC CLOSTRIDIUM-BOTULINUM

      International journal of food microbiology
    35. KUCHTA T; LEKA C; FARKAS P; BUJDAKOVA H; BELAJOVA E; RUSSELL NJ
      INHIBITION OF STEROL 4-DEMETHYLATION IN CANDIDA-ALBICANS BY 6-AMINO-2-N-PENTYLTHIOBENZOTHIAZOLE, A NOVEL MECHANISM OF ACTION FOR AN ANTIFUNGAL AGENT

      Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy
    36. LEE C; RUSSELL NJ; WHITE GF
      MODELING THE KINETICS OF BIODEGRADATION OF ANIONIC SURFACTANTS BY BIOFILM BACTERIA FROM POLLUTED RIVERINE SITES - A COMPARISON OF 5 CLASSESOF SURFACTANT AT 3 SITES

      Water research
    37. TATNELL PJ; RUSSELL NJ; GACESA P
      GDP-MANNOSE DEHYDROGENASE IS THE KEY REGULATORY ENZYME IN ALGINATE BIOSYNTHESIS IN PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA - EVIDENCE FROM METABOLITE STUDIES

      Microbiology
    38. QUICK A; RUSSELL NJ; HALES SG; WHITE GF
      BIODEGRADATION OF SULFOSUCCINATE - DIRECT DESULFONATION OF A SECONDARY SULFONATE

      Microbiology
    39. MARCHESI JR; OWEN SA; WHITE GF; HOUSE WA; RUSSELL NJ
      SDS-DEGRADING BACTERIA ATTACH TO RIVERINE SEDIMENT IN RESPONSE TO THESURFACTANT OR ITS PRIMARY BIODEGRADATION PRODUCT DODECAN-1-OL

      Microbiology
    40. NEDWELL DB; RUSSELL NJ; CRESSWELLMAYNARD T
      LONG-TERM SURVIVAL OF MICROORGANISMS IN FROZEN MATERIAL FROM EARLY ANTARCTIC BASE CAMPS AT MCMURDO SOUND

      Antarctic science
    41. MARCHESI JR; WHITE GF; HOUSE WA; RUSSELL NJ
      BACTERIAL-CELL HYDROPHOBICITY IS MODIFIED DURING THE BIODEGRADATION OF ANIONIC SURFACTANTS

      FEMS microbiology letters
    42. KUCHTA T; RUSSELL NJ
      GLYCINEBETAINE STIMULATES, BUT NACL INHIBITS, FATTY-ACID BIOSYNTHESISIN THE MODERATELY HALOPHILIC EUBACTERIUM HX

      Archives of microbiology
    43. TATNELL PJ; RUSSELL NJ; GACESA P
      CHEMICAL-ANALYSIS OF ALGINATES FROM MUCOID STRAINS OF PSEUDOMONAS-AERUGINOSA

      Biochemical Society transactions
    44. RUSSELL NJ
      TAMING THE ELECTRONIC JUNGLE - ELECTRONIC INFORMATION - THE COLLECTION MANAGEMENT ISSUES - MORLEY,M, WOODWARD,H

      Journal of Documentation
    45. MONTEOLIVASANCHEZ M; RAMOSCORMENZANA A; RUSSELL NJ
      THE EFFECT OF SALINITY AND COMPATIBLE SOLUTES ON THE BIOSYNTHESIS OF CYCLOPROPANE FATTY-ACIDS IN PSEUDOMONAS-HALOSACCHAROLYTICA

      Journal of General Microbiology


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