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Microbial Biotechnology

All articles accepted from 30 October 2012 are published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License.   Articles accepted before this date were published under the agreement as stated in the final article.

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Edited By: Kenneth N. Timmis, Juan Luis Ramos, Willem de Vos, Willy Verstraete, and Martin Rosenberg

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 38/116 (Microbiology); 41/159 (Biotechnology & Applied Microbiology)

Online ISSN: 1751-7915

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2011

Volume 4, Issue 6
Natural products for cancer chemotherapy

Arnold L. Demain and Preeti Vaishnav

Microbiology of nitrogen cycle in animal manure compost
Koki Maeda, Dai Hanajima, Sakae Toyoda, Naohiro Yoshida, Riki Morioka and Takashi Osada

Anaerobic benzene degradation by bacteria
Carsten Vogt, Sabine Kleinsteuber and Hans-Hermann Richnow

Bacteriophages and genetic mobilization in sewage and faecally polluted environments
Maite Muniesa, Lejla Imamovic and Juan Jofre

Volume 4, Issue 5
Ribonucleases and bacterial virulence

Abidat Lawal, Olufisayo Jejelowo, Ashok K. Chopra and Jason A. Rosenzweig

Mathematical models of cell factories: moving towards the core of industrial biotechnology
Marija Cvijovic, Sergio Bordel and Jens Nielsen

Oligonucleotide primers, probes and molecular methods for the environmental monitoring of methanogenic archaea
Takashi Narihiro and Yuji Sekiguchi

Microbiology of ‘Candidatus Accumulibacter’ in activated sludge
Shaomei He and Katherine D. McMahon

Riding the Trojan horse: combating pest insects with their own symbionts
Edouard Jurkevitch

Volume 4, Issue 4
Genetic tool development underpins recent advances in thermophilic whole-cell biocatalysts

M. P. Taylor, L. van Zyl, I. M. Tuffin, D. J. Leak and D. A. Cowan

Biotechnological uses of enzymes from psychrophiles
R. Cavicchioli, T. Charlton, H. Ertan, S. Mohd Omar, K. S. Siddiqui and T. J. Williams

Glyco-engineering in Archaea: differential N-glycosylation of the S-layer glycoprotein in a transformed Haloferax volcanii strain
Doron Calo, Ziqiang Guan and Jerry Eichler

Small-molecule elicitation of microbial secondary metabolites
Robin K. Pettit

Extraction, purification and identification of bacterial signal molecules based on N-acyl homoserine lactones
Jianhua Wang, Chunshan Quan, Xue Wang, Pengchao Zhao and Shengdi Fan

Volume 4, Issue 2
Molecular insights on the biosynthesis of antitumour compounds by actinomycetes

Carlos Olano, Carmen Méndez and José A. Salas

Cross-talk of global nutritional regulators in the control of primary and secondary metabolism in Streptomyces
Juan F Martín, Alberto Sola-Landa, Fernando Santos-Beneit, Lorena T Fernández-Martínez, Carlos Prieto and Antonio Rodríguez-García

Volume 4, Issue 1
New molecular microbiology approaches in the study of Campylobacter fetus

Sabine Kienesberger, Gregor Gorkiewicz, Heimo Wolinski and Ellen L. Zechner

Vaccine development against Neisseria meningitidis
Ulrich Vogel and Heike Claus

Shiga toxin and its use in targeted cancer therapy and imaging
Nikolai Engedal, Tore Skotland, Maria L. Torgersen and Kirsten Sandvig

The ‘LipoYeasts’ project: using the oleaginous yeast Yarrowia lipolytica in combination with specific bacterial genes for the bioconversion of lipids, fats and oils into high-value products
Julia S. Sabirova, R. Haddouche, I. N. Van Bogaert, F. Mulaa, W. Verstraete, K. N. Timmis, C. Schmidt-Dannert, J. M. Nicaud and W. Soetaert

2010

Volume 3, Issue 6
Plasmid addiction systems: perspectives and applications in biotechnology
Jens Kroll, Stefan Klinter, Cornelia Schneider, Isabella Voß and Alexander Steinbüchel

Comparative genome-wide analysis of small RNAs of major Gram-positive pathogens: from identification to application
Mobarak A. Mraheil, André Billion, Carsten Kuenne, Jordan Pischimarov, Bernd Kreikemeyer, Susanne Engelmann, Axel Hartke, Jean-Christophe Giard, Maja Rupnik, Sonja Vorwerk, Markus Beier, Julia Retey, Thomas Hartsch, Anette Jacob, Franz Cemič, Jürgen Hemberger, Trinad Chakraborty and Torsten Hain

Volume 3, Issue 5
Marine microbial genomics in Europe: current status and perspectives

Frank Oliver Glöckner, Ian Joint

Marine genomics: at the interface of marine microbial ecology and biodiscovery
Karla B. Heidelberg,Jack A. Gilbert, Ian Joint

Bioactive Compounds from Marine Bacteria and Fungi Abdessamad
Debbab, Amal H. Aly, Wen H. Lin, Peter Proksch

Culturing marine bacteria – an essential prerequisite for biodiscovery
Ian Joint, Martin Mühling, Joël Querellou

Volume 3, Issue 4
Adhesion determinants of the Streptococcus species

Monica Moschioni, Werner Pansegrau, Michèle A. Barocchi

The little bacteria that can – diversity, genomics and ecophysiology of ‘Dehalococcoides’ spp. in contaminated environments
Neslihan Taş, Miriam H. A. Van Eekert, Willem M. De Vos, Hauke Smidt

Revolutionizing membrane protein overexpression in bacteria
Susan Schlegel, Mirjam Klepsch, Dimitra Gialama, David Wickström, Dirk Jan Slotboom, Jan-Willem De Gier

Bacterial genotoxicity bioreporters
Alva Biran, Sharon Yagur-Kroll, Rami Pedahzur, Sebastian Buchinger, Georg Reifferscheid, Hadar Ben-Yoav, Yosi Shacham-Diamand, Shimshon Belkin

Volume 3, Issue 3
Virulence regulation in Citrobacter rodentium: the art of timing

Ji Yang, Marija Tauschek, Emily Hart, Elizabeth L. Hartland, Roy M. Robins-Browne

What heat is telling us about microbial conversions in nature and technology: from chip- to megacalorimetry
Thomas Maskow, Richard Kemp, Friederike Buchholz, Torsten Schubert, Baerbel Kiesel, Hauke Harms

Regulation and compartmentalization of β-lactam biosynthesis
Juan F. Martín, Ricardo V. Ullán, Carlos García-Estrada

Volume 3, Issue 2
Production and biological function of volatile esters in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Sofie M. G. Saerens, Freddy R. Delvaux, Kevin J. Verstrepen, Johan M. Thevelein

Volume 3, Issue 1
LOVely enzymes – towards engineering light-controllable biocatalysts

Ulrich Krauss, Jeeyeon Lee, Stephen J. Benkovic, Karl-Erich Jaeger

2009

Volume 2, Issue 6
Bacteriophage biocontrol in animals and meat products
R. J. Atterbury

Volume 2, Issue 5
Waste lipids to energy: how to optimize methane production from long-chain fatty acids (LCFA)

M. Madalena Alves, M. Alcina Pereira, Diana Z. Sousa, Ana J. Cavaleiro, Merijn Picavet, Hauke Smidt, Alfons J. M. Stams

Current state and perspectives of producing biodiesel-like compounds by biotechnology
Stefan Uthoff, Daniel Bröker, Alexander Steinbüchel

Volume 2, Issue 4
Agrobacterium tumefaciens and A. rhizogenes use different proteins to transport bacterial DNA into the plant cell nucleus

Walt Ream

Developing microbe–plant interactions for applications in plant-growth promotion and disease control, production of useful compounds, remediation and carbon sequestration

Cindy H. Wu, Stéphanie M. Bernard, Gary L. Andersen, Wilfred Chen

Nitrilase enzymes and their role in plant–microbe interactions
Andrew J. M. Howden, Gail M. Preston

Bacterial responses and interactions with plants during rhizoremediation
Ana Segura, Sara Rodríguez-Conde, Cayo Ramos, Juan L. Ramos

Volume 2, Issue 3
The role of the cell wall in fungal pathogenesis
David M. Arana, Daniel Prieto, Elvira Román, César Nombela, Rebeca Alonso-Monge, Jesús Pla

Volume 2, Issue 2
Atrazine biodegradation in the lab and in the field: enzymatic activities and gene regulation
Fernando Govantes, Odil Porrúa, Vicente García-González, Eduardo Santero

Chitosan and its antimicrobial potential – a critical literature survey
Dina Raafat, Hans-Georg Sahl

Volume 2, Issue 1
Positively regulated bacterial expression systems
Trygve Brautaset, Rahmi Lale and Svein Valla

Interplay of metagenomics and in vitro compartmentalization
Manuel Ferrer, Ana Beloqui, José María Vieites, María Eugenia Guazzaroni, Ilana Berger and Amir Aharoni

2008

Volume 1, Issue 6
Outlook for benefits of sediment microbial fuel cells with two bio-electrodes
Liesje De Schamphelaire, Korneel Rabaey, Pascal Boeckx, Nico Boon and Willy Verstraete

Do transgenic plants affect rhizobacteria populations?
Martin Filion

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