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    1. Petruschka, L; Burchhardt, G; Muiller, C; Weihe, C; Herrmann, H
      The cyo operon of Pseudomonas putida is involved in carbon catabolite repression of phenol degradation

      MOLECULAR GENETICS AND GENOMICS
    2. Muller, C; Lauf, U; Herrmann, H
      The inverted repeats of IS1384, a newly described insertion sequence from Pseudomonas putida strain H, represent the specific target for integration of IS1383

      MOLECULAR GENETICS AND GENOMICS
    3. Pessione, E; Giuffrida, MG; Mazzoli, R; Caposio, P; Landolfo, S; Conti, A; Giunta, C; Gribaudo, G
      The catechol 1,2 dioxygenase system of Acinetobacter radioresistens: Isoenzymes, inductors and gene localisation

      BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    4. Sokol, W
      Operating parameters for a gas-liquid-solid fluidised bed bioreactor with a low density biomass support

      BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL
    5. Gonzalez, G; Herrera, G; Garcia, MT; Pena, M
      Biodegradation of phenolic industrial wastewater in a fluidized bed bioreactor with immobilized cells of Pseudomonas putida

      BIORESOURCE TECHNOLOGY
    6. Gonzalez, G; Herrera, MG; Garcia, MT; Pena, MM
      Biodegradation of phenol in a continuous process: comparative study of stirred tank and fluidized-bed bioreactors

      BIORESOURCE TECHNOLOGY
    7. Ambujom, S
      Studies on composition and stability of a large membered bacterial consortium degrading phenol

      MICROBIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    8. Kapley, A; Purohit, HJ
      Tracking of phenol degrading genotype

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND POLLUTION RESEARCH
    9. Wang, SJ; Loh, KC
      Biotransformation kinetics of Pseudomonas putida for cometabolism of phenol and 4-chlorophenol in the presence of sodium glutamate

      BIODEGRADATION
    10. O'Neill, E; Wikstrom, P; Shingler, V
      An active role for a structured B-linker in effector control of the sigma(54)-dependent regulator DmpR

      EMBO JOURNAL
    11. Zheng, S; Gao, L; Zhang, QH; Guo, JK
      Structure characterization of TiO2-modified mesoporous MCM-41 and its photocatalytic performance for PhOH degradation

      CHINESE JOURNAL OF CATALYSIS
    12. Sarand, I; Skarfstad, E; Forsman, M; Romantschuk, M; Shingler, V
      Role of the DmpR-mediated regulatory circuit in bacterial biodegradation properties in methylphenol-amended soils

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    13. Sugiarto, AT; Sato, M
      Pulsed plasma processing of organic compounds in aqueous solution

      THIN SOLID FILMS
    14. Fraile, S; Roncal, F; Fernandez, LA; de Lorenzo, V
      Monitoring intracellular levels of XylR in Pseudomonas putida with a single-chain antibody specific for aromatic- responsive enhancer-binding proteins

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    15. Jaspers, MCM; Schmid, A; Sturme, MHJ; Goslings, DAM; Kohler, HPE; van der Meer, JR
      Transcriptional organization and dynamic expression of the hbpCAD genes, which encode the first three enzymes for 2-hydroxybiphenyl degradation in Pseudomonas azelaica HBP1

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    16. Hirata, A; Takemoto, T; Ogawa, K; Auresenia, J; Tsuneda, S
      Evaluation of kinetic parameters of biochemical reaction in three-phase fluidized bed biofilm reactor for wastewater treatment

      BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL
    17. Cruickshank, SM; Daugulis, AJ; McLellan, PJ
      Modelling of a continuous two-phase partitioning bioreactor for the degradation of xenobiotics

      PROCESS BIOCHEMISTRY
    18. Tover, A; Zernant, J; Chugani, SA; Chakrabarty, AM; Kivisaar, M
      Critical nucleotides in the interaction of CatR with the pheBA promoter: conservation of the CatR-mediated regulation mechanisms between the pheBA and catBCA operons

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    19. Zhang, QH; Gao, L; Guo, JK
      Effects of calcination on the photocatalytic properties of nanosized TiO2 powders prepared by TiCl4 hydrolysis

      APPLIED CATALYSIS B-ENVIRONMENTAL
    20. Dumitriu, D; Bally, AR; Ballif, C; Hones, P; Schmid, PE; Sanjines, R; Levy, F; Parvulescu, VI
      Photocatalytic degradation of phenol by TiO2 thin films prepared by sputtering

      APPLIED CATALYSIS B-ENVIRONMENTAL
    21. Briganti, F; Pessione, E; Giunta, C; Mazzoli, R; Scozzafava, A
      Purification and catalytic properties of two catechol 1,2-dioxygenase isozymes from benzoate-grown cells of Acinetobacter radioresistens

      JOURNAL OF PROTEIN CHEMISTRY
    22. Nakamura, Y; Sawada, T
      Biodegradation of phenol in the presence of heavy metals

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    23. Simon, D; Muller, RH; Grosse, HJ; Bley, T; Babel, W
      Response of Ralstonia eutropha JMP 134 to long-term exposure to toxic substrates in nutristat cultivation as indicated by on-line fluorescence measurements

      BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING
    24. Jaspers, MCM; Suske, WA; Schmid, A; Goslings, DAM; Kohler, HPE; van der Meer, JR
      HbpR, a new member of the XylR/DmpR subclass within the NtrC family of bacterial transcriptional activators, regulates expression of 2-hydroxybiphenyl metabolism in Pseudomonas azelaica HBP1

      JOURNAL OF BACTERIOLOGY
    25. Farnet, AM; Criquet, S; Tagger, S; Gil, G; Le Petit, J
      Purification, partial characterization, and reactivity with aromatic compounds of two laccases from Marasmius quercophilus strain 17

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGY
    26. Hirata, A; Meutia, AA; Osawa, M; Arai, M; Tsuneda, S
      Effects of oxygen supply condition and specific biofilm interfacial area on phenol removal rate in a three-phase fluidized bed bioreactor

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
    27. Hecht, V; Langer, O; Deckwer, WD
      Degradation of phenol and benzoic acid in a three-phase fluidized-bed reactor

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    28. Cruickshank, SM; Daugulis, AJ; McLellan, PJ
      Dynamic modeling and optimal fed-batch feeding strategies for a two-phase partitioning bioreactor

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    29. Tahar, NB; Savall, A
      A comparison of different lead dioxide coated electrodes for the electrochemical destruction of phenol

      JOURNAL OF NEW MATERIALS FOR ELECTROCHEMICAL SYSTEMS
    30. Sei, K; Asano, K; Tateishi, N; Mori, K; Ike, M; Fujita, M
      Design of PCR primers and gene probes for the general detection of bacterial populations capable of degrading aromatic compounds via catechol cleavage pathways

      JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCE AND BIOENGINEERING
    31. Edgehill, RU
      Mathematical analysis of trickling filter response to pentachlorophenol shock load

      BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL
    32. Romine, MF; Fredrickson, JK; Li, SMW
      Induction of aromatic catabolic activity in Sphingomonas aromaticivorans strain F199

      JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MICROBIOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGY
    33. Joshi, NT; D'Souza, SF
      Immobilization of activated sludge for the degradation of phenol

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A-TOXIC/HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
    34. Karlsson, A; Ejlertsson, J; Nezirevic, D; Svensson, BH
      Degradation of phenol under meso- and thermophilic, anaerobic conditions

      ANAEROBE
    35. Lauf, U; Muller, C; Herrmann, H
      Identification and characterisation of IS1383, a new insertion sequence isolated from Pseudomonas putida strain H

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY LETTERS
    36. Gikas, P; Livingston, AG
      Steady state behaviour of three phase air lift bioreactors - an integratedmodel and experimental verification

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    37. Jose, L; Sanchez, G; Robinson, WC; Budman, H
      Developmental studies of an adaptive on-line softsensor for biological wastewater treatments

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
    38. Tanyolac, A; Beyenal, H
      Prediction of substrate consumption rate, average biofilm density and active thickness for a thin spherical biofilm at pseudo-steady state

      BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL
    39. Leitao, A; Rodrigues, A
      Dynamic behaviour of a fixed-bed biofilm reactor: analysis of the role of the intraparticle convective flow under biofilm growth

      BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL
    40. Sokol, W
      Experimental verification of the models of a continuous stirred-tank bioreactor degrading phenol

      BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL
    41. Beyenal, H; Tanyolac, A
      The effects of biofilm characteristics on the external mass transfer coefficient in a differential fluidized bed biofilm reactor

      BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL
    42. KAPOOR A; KUMAR R; KUMAR A; SHARMA A; PRASAD S
      APPLICATION OF IMMOBILIZED MIXED BACTERIAL CULTURE FOR THE DEGRADATION OF PHENOL PRESENT IN OIL REFINERY EFFLUENT

      Journal of environmental science and health. Part A: Environmental science and engineering
    43. BLAZKOVA A; CSOLLEOVA I; BREZOVA V
      EFFECT OF LIGHT-SOURCES ON THE PHENOL DEGRADATION USING PT TIO2 PHOTOCATALYSIS IMMOBILIZED ON GLASS-FIBERS/

      Journal of photochemistry and photobiology. A, Chemistry
    44. MATOS J; LAINE J; HERRMANN JM
      SYNERGY EFFECT IN THE PHOTOCATALYTIC DEGRADATION OF PHENOL ON A SUSPENDED MIXTURE OF TITANIA AND ACTIVATED CARBON

      Applied catalysis. B, Environmental
    45. OKUTA A; OHNISHI K; HARAYAMA S
      PCR ISOLATION OF CATECHOL 2,3-DIOXYGENASE GENE FRAGMENTS FROM ENVIRONMENTAL-SAMPLES AND THEIR ASSEMBLY INTO FUNCTIONAL GENES

      Gene
    46. ALI S; FERNANDEZLAFUENTE R; COWAN DA
      META-PATHWAY DEGRADATION OF PHENOLICS BY THERMOPHILIC BACILLI

      Enzyme and microbial technology
    47. LAUF U; MULLER C; HERRMANN H
      THE TRANSPOSABLE ELEMENTS RESIDENT ON THE PLASMIDS OF PSEUDOMONAS-PUTIDA STRAIN H, TN5501 AND TN5502, ARE CRYPTIC TRANSPOSONS OF THE TN3 FAMILY

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    48. SANCHEZ JLG; KAMP B; ONYSKO KA; BUDMAN H; ROBINSON CW
      DOUBLE INHIBITION MODEL FOR DEGRADATION OF PHENOL BY PSEUDOMONAS-PUTIDA Q5

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    49. STEWART PS
      A REVIEW OF EXPERIMENTAL MEASUREMENTS OF EFFECTIVE DIFFUSIVE PERMEABILITIES AND EFFECTIVE DIFFUSION-COEFFICIENTS IN BIOFILMS

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    50. LOVLEY DR; COATES JD
      BIOREMEDIATION OF METAL CONTAMINATION

      Current opinion in biotechnology
    51. EISMANN F; KUSCHEK P; STOTTMEISTER U
      MICROBIAL PHENOL DEGRADATION OF ORGANIC-COMPOUNDS IN NATURAL SYSTEMS - TEMPERATURE-INHIBITION RELATIONSHIPS

      Environmental science and pollution research international
    52. ILIUTA I
      PERFORMANCE OF FIXED-BED REACTORS WITH 2-PHASE UPFLOW AND DOWNFLOW

      Journal of chemical technology and biotechnology
    53. DEFELICE B; PONTECORVO G; CARFAGNA M
      DEGRADATION OF WASTE-WATERS FROM OLIVE OIL MILLS BY YARROWIA-LIPOLYTICA ATCC-20255 AND PSEUDOMONAS-PUTIDA

      Acta biotechnologica
    54. NICOLELLA C; DIFELICE R; ROVATTI M
      BIOMASS CONCENTRATION IN FLUIDIZED-BED BIOLOGICAL REACTORS

      Water research
    55. BURCHHARDT G; SCHMIDT I; CUYPERS H; PETRUSCHKA L; VOLKER A; HERRMANN H
      STUDIES ON SPONTANEOUS PROMOTER-UP MUTATIONS IN THE TRANSCRIPTIONAL ACTIVATOR-ENCODING GENE PHLR AND THEIR EFFECTS ON THE DEGRADATION OF PHENOL IN ESCHERICHIA-COLI AND PSEUDOMONAS-PUTIDA

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    56. BRIGANTI F; PESSIONE E; GIUNTA C; SCOZZAFAVA A
      PURIFICATION, BIOCHEMICAL-PROPERTIES AND SUBSTRATE-SPECIFICITY OF A CATECHOL 1,2-DIOXYGENASE FROM A PHENOL-DEGRADING ACINETOBACTER RADIORESISTENS

      FEBS letters
    57. SCHUGERL K
      3-PHASE-BIOFLUIDIZATION - APPLICATION OF 3-PHASE FLUIDIZATION IN THE BIOTECHNOLOGY - A REVIEW

      Chemical Engineering Science
    58. TANYOLAC A; BEYENAL H
      PREDICTION OF AVERAGE BIOFILM DENSITY AND PERFORMANCE OF A SPHERICAL BIOPARTICLE UNDER SUBSTRATE-INHIBITION

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    59. GIKAS P; LIVINGSTON AG
      SPECIFIC ATP AND SPECIFIC OXYGEN-UPTAKE RATE IN IMMOBILIZED CELL AGGREGATES - EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS AND THEORETICAL-ANALYSIS USING A STRUCTURED MODEL OF IMMOBILIZED CELL-GROWTH

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    60. SWIFT DT; FORCINITI D
      ACCUMULATION OF LEAD BY ANABAENA-CYLINDRICA - MATHEMATICAL-MODELING AND AN ENERGY-DISPERSIVE X-RAY STUDY

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    61. COLLINS LD; DAUGULIS AJ
      BIODEGRADATION OF PHENOL AT HIGH INITIAL CONCENTRATIONS IN 2-PHASE PARTITIONING BATCH AND FED-BATCH BIOREACTORS

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    62. SCHRODER M; MULLER C; POSTEN C; DECKWER WD; HECHT V
      INHIBITION-KINETICS OF PHENOL DEGRADATION FROM UNSTABLE STEADY-STATE DATA

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    63. PARALES RE; ONTL TA; GIBSON DT
      CLONING AND SEQUENCE-ANALYSIS OF A CATECHOL 2,3-DIOXYGENASE GENE FROMTHE NITROBENZENE-DEGRADING STRAIN COMAMONAS SP JS765

      Journal of industrial microbiology & biotechnology
    64. RAZOFLORES E; SVITELSKAYA A; DONLON B; FIELD J; LETTINGA G
      THE EFFECT OF GRANULAR SLUDGE SOURCE ON THE ANAEROBIC BIODEGRADABILITY OF AROMATIC-COMPOUNDS

      Bioresource technology
    65. WRIGHT PC; RAPER JA
      A REVIEW OF SOME PARAMETERS INVOLVED IN FLUIDIZED-BED BIOREACTORS

      Chemical engineering & technology
    66. TANYOLAC A; BEYENAL H
      EFFECTIVENESS FACTOR FOR A HOLLOW-FIBER BIOFILM REACTOR AT MAXIMUM SUBSTRATE CONSUMPTION

      Chemical engineering journal and the biochemical engineering journal
    67. HINSON RK; KOCHER WM
      MODEL FOR EFFECTIVE DIFFUSIVITIES IN AEROBIC BIOFILMS

      Journal of environmental engineering
    68. BOERO VJ; BOWERS AR; ECKENFELDER WW
      MOLECULAR-WEIGHT DISTRIBUTION OF SOLUBLE MICROBIAL PRODUCTS IN BIOLOGICAL-SYSTEMS

      Water science and technology
    69. TANYOLAC A; BEYENAL H
      PREDICTING AVERAGE BIOFILM DENSITY OF A FULLY ACTIVE SPHERICAL BIOPARTICLE

      Journal of biotechnology
    70. SHEN H; PRITCHARD PH; SEWELL GW
      KINETICS OF CHROMATE REDUCTION DURING NAPHTHALENE DEGRADATION IN A MIXED CULTURE

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    71. PAI SL; HSU YL; CHONG NM; SHEU CS; CHEN CH
      CONTINUOUS DEGRADATION OF PHENOL BY RHODOCOCCUS SP IMMOBILIZED ON GRANULAR ACTIVATED CARBON AND IN CALCIUM ALGINATE

      Bioresource technology
    72. HERRMANN H; MULLER C; SCHMIDT I; MAHNKE J; PETRUSCHKA L; HAHNKE K
      LOCALIZATION AND ORGANIZATION OF PHENOL DEGRADATION GENES OF PSEUDOMONAS-PUTIDA STRAIN-H

      MGG. Molecular & general genetics
    73. ARMENANTE PM; FAVA F; KAFKEWITZ D
      EFFECT OF YEAST EXTRACT ON GROWTH-KINETICS DURING AEROBIC BIODEGRADATION OF CHLOROBENZOIC ACIDS

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    74. RO KS; SINGH MK
      EFFECTS OF SOLID MASS AND SIZE ON GAS HOLDUP AND OXYGEN MASS-TRANSFERCOEFFICIENT OF A 3-PHASE AIRLIFT REACTOR

      Journal of environmental science and health. Part A: Environmental science and engineering
    75. MAGBANUA BS; HOOVER PA; CAMPBELL PJ; BOWERS AR
      THE EFFECT OF COSUBSTRATES ON PHENOL DEGRADATION KINETICS

      Water science and technology
    76. DLUHY M; SEFCIK J; BALES V
      MATHEMATICAL-MODELING OF AIRLIFT BIOREACTOR FOR WASTE-WATER TREATMENT

      Computers & chemical engineering
    77. DLUHY M; SEFCIK J; BALES V
      DEGRADATION OF AROMATIC-COMPOUNDS BY PSEUDOMONAS-PUTIDA

      Acta biotechnologica
    78. DIKSHITULU S; BALTZIS BC; LEWANDOWSKI GA; PAVLOU S
      COMPETITION BETWEEN 2 MICROBIAL-POPULATIONS IN A SEQUENCING FED-BATCHREACTOR - THEORY, EXPERIMENTAL-VERIFICATION, AND IMPLICATIONS FOR WASTE TREATMENT APPLICATIONS

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    79. VANEDE CJ; BOLLEN AM; BEENACKERS AACM
      ANALYTICAL EFFECTIVENESS CALCULATIONS CONCERNING THE DEGRADATION OF AN INHIBITIVE SUBSTRATE BY A STEADY-STATE BIOFILM

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    80. GIKAS P; LIVINGSTON AG
      USE OF ATP TO CHARACTERIZE BIOMASS VIABILITY IN FREELY SUSPENDED AND IMMOBILIZED CELL BIOREACTORS

      Biotechnology and bioengineering


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