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Multiscale analyses of microbial populations in extreme environments
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-06-23)
Extreme environments created through natural and anthropogenic processes harbor microbes with diverse physiologies capable of catalyzing chemical reactions which are environmentally beneficial on local and global scales. ...
Molecular Characterization of Microbial Communities Fouling Concrete Infrastructures
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-07-10)
The objective of this study was to identify and characterize naturally-occurring communities of Bacteria and Fungi fouling the surfaces of concrete structures in Georgia, USA, through the use of culture-independent and ...
Differentiating between living and non-living prokaryotic cells : development, evaluation, and application of a modified vital stain and probe method (mVSP)
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2002-08)
Marine bacterial isolates utilize unique mercury resistance mechanisms
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 1999-08)
A study of the Aerobic metabolism of Zymomonas mobilis
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 1984-12)
The role of horizontal gene transfer in bacterial evolution
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-05-13)
Horizontal gene transfer (HGT) is probably the most important mechanism for functional novelty and adaption in bacteria. However, a robust understanding of the rates of HGT for most bacterial species and the influence of ...
Identification and characterization of genes required for Mn(IV) reduction by Shewanella putrefaciens
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2000-08)
Practical applications of plasmids : overexpression of a bacterial alkaline phosphatase as a mechanism for heavy metal and radionuclide sequestration
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2000-05)