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Kenneth N. Timmis (Editor-in-Chief), Environmental Microbiology Laboratory, Helmholtz Center for Infection Research, Inhoffenstrasse 7, D-38124

Braunschweig, Germany. Tel.: +49 531 6181 4000; Fax: +49 531 6181 4199;

Juan L. Ramos, Estación Experimental del Zaidín – CSIC, C/ Prof. Albareda, 1, E-18008 Granada, Spain.

Tel.: +34 958 181 608; Fax: +34 958 135 740;

Willem M. de Vos, Laboratory of Microbiology, Wageningen University, Dreijenplein 10

Building 316, 6703 HB Wageningen, The Netherlands.

Tel.: +31 317 483 100; Fax: +31 317 483 829;

Willy Verstraete, Laboratory of Microbial Ecology and Technology (LabMET), Ghent University, Coupure Links 653, B-9000 Ghent, Belgium. Tel.: +32 9264 5976;

Fax: +32 9264 6248;

Martin Rosenberg, Research & Development, Promega Corporation, 2800 Woods Hollow Road, Madison, WI 53711-5399, USA.

REVIEWS AND SPECIAL ISSUE EDITOR

Juan L. Ramos, Estación Experimental

del Zaidín, Granada, Spain

WEB ALERTS

Larry Wackett, University of Minnesota, St Paul, USA

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  • Lars Angenent, USA
  • Steven A. Banwart, UK
  • Shimshon Belkin, Israel
  • Giovanni Bertoni, Italy
  • Ian Booth, UK
  • Uwe Bornscheuer, Germany
  • Michael Bott, Germany
  • Harald Brussow, Switzerland
  • Rita Colwell, USA
  • Milton Costa, Portugal
  • Jiri Damborsky, Czech Replublic
  • Craig Daniels, Canada
  • Eduardo Diaz, Spain
  • Gerrit Eggink, Germany
  • Thomas Egli, Switzerland
  • Romilio Espejo, Chile
  • Manuel Ferrer, Spain
  • Julia Foght, Canada
  • Jim K Fredrickson, USA
  • Michael Galperin, USA
  • Jose Luis Garcia, Spain
  • Harry Gilbert, UK
  • Bernardo Gonzalez, Chile
  • Guido Grandi, Italy
  • Miguel G. Guerrero, Spain
  • Carlos A. Guzman, Germany
  • Ken Hammel, USA
  • Bernhard Hauer, Germany
  • Terry C. Hazen, USA
  • Michael Hecker, Germany
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  • Monica Höfte, Belgium
  • Karl-Erich Jaeger, Germany
  • Dieter Jahn, Germany
  • Junichi Kato, Japan
  • Staffan Kjelleberg, Australia
  • Todd R. Klaenhammer, USA
  • Alexander M. Klibanov, USA
  • Rob Knight, USA
  • Tino Krell, Spain
  • Oscar Kuipers, The Netherlands
  • Robert Larossa, USA
  • Sang Yup Lee, Republic of Korea
  • Daniel van der Lelie, USA
  • Steven Lindow, USA
  • Mark van Loosdrecht, The Netherlands
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  • Mohamed A. Marahiel, Germany
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  • Diego de Mendoza, Argentina
  • Gabriella Molinari, Germany
  • Jens Nielsen, Sweden
  • Per Halkjær Nielsen, Denmark
  • Fergal O'Gara, Ireland
  • Sven Panke, Switzerland
  • David Payne, USA
  • Miguel A. Peñalva, Spain
  • Dietmar Pieper, Germany
  • Korneel Rabaey, Belgium
  • Lutgarde Raskin, USA
  • Fernando Rojo, Spain
  • Wilfred F.M. Röling, The Netherlands
  • Eliora Z. Ron, Israel
  • Sima Sariaslani, USA
  • Uwe Sauer, Switzerland
  • Bernhard Schink, Germany
  • Claudia Schmidt-Dannert, USA
  • Ana Segura, Spain
  • Roland J. Siezen, The Netherlands
  • Douwe van Sinderen, Ireland
  • Hauke Smidt, The Netherlands

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  • Gloria Soberón Chávez, México
  • Alexander Steinbüchel, Germany
  • Bas Teusink, The Netherlands
  • Svein Valla, Norway
  • Erick Vandamme, Belgium
  • Jos Vanderleyden, Belgium
  • L. A. M. van der Wielen, The Netherlands
  • Rene H. Wijffels, The Netherlands
  • Roland Wohlgemuth, Switzerland
  • Thomas K. Wood, USA
  • Gary Woodnutt, USA
  • Michail Yakimov, Italy
  • Liping Zhao, China

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Microbial Biotechnology publishes papers of original research reporting significant advances in any aspect of microbial applications, including, but not limited to biotechnologies related to:

  • microbial communities: structure:function relationships and communal behavior
  • Green chemistry
  • Primary metabolites
  • Food, beverages and supplements
  • Secondary metabolites and natural products
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Diagnostics
  • Agriculture
  • Bioenergy
  • Biomining, including oil recovery and processing
  • Bioremediation
  • Biopolymers, biomaterials
  • Bionanotechnology
  • Biosurfactants and bioemulsifiers
  • Compatible solutes and bioprotectants
  • Biosensors, monitoring systems, quantitative microbial risk assessment
  • Technology development
  • Protein engineering
  • Functional genomics
  • Metabolic engineering
  • Metabolic design
  • Systems analysis, modelling
  • Process engineering
  • Biologically-based analytical methods
  • Microbially based strategies in public health
  • Microbially based strategies to influence global processes

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