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  • Biofilm formation and cellulose expression by Bordetella avium 197N, the causative agent of bordetellosis in birds and an opportunistic respiratory pathogen in humans 

    McLaughlin, Kimberley; Folorunso, Ayorinde O.; Deeni, Yusuf Y.; Foster, Dona; Gorbatiuk, Oksana; Hapca, Simona M.; Immoor, Corinna; Koza, Anna; Mohammed, Ibrahim U.; Moshynets, Olena; Rogalsky, Sergii; Zawadzki, Kamil; Spiers, Andrew J. (Elsevier, 2017-01-26)
    Although bacterial cellulose synthase (bcs) operons are widespread within the Proteobacteria phylum, subunits required for the partial-acetylation of the polymer appear to be restricted to a few g-group soil, plant-associated ...
  • Limitation of biosurfactant strength produced by bacteria 

    Fechtner, Joanna; Cameron, Scott; Deeni, Yusuf Y.; Hapca, Simona M.; Kabir, Kamaluddeen; Mohammed, Ibrahim U.; Spiers, Andrew J. (Nova Science Publishers, 2017-01-01)
    Biosurfactants which reduce the surface or interfacial tension of liquids and act as emulsifiers, foaming and dispersing agents with low toxicity, are finding increasing applications in biotechnology and driving the search ...