Advances in Microbiology

Advances in Microbiology

ISSN Print: 2165-3402
ISSN Online: 2165-3410
www.scirp.org/journal/aim
E-mail: aim@scirp.org
"Biodegradation of Melamine and Cyanuric Acid by a Newly-Isolated Microbacterium Strain"
written by Naofumi Shiomi, Maiko Ako,
published by Advances in Microbiology, Vol.2 No.3, 2012
has been cited by the following article(s):
  • Google Scholar
  • CrossRef
[1] Degradación de la mezcla comercial de los herbicidas atrazina y ametrina, utilizando cultivos con células en suspensión e inmovilizadas
2019
[2] Biodegradation of the commercial mixture of the herbicides atrazine and ametryn, using cultures with suspended and immobilized cells
2019
[3] 自動車塗装廃水からのメラミン分解菌の取得とメラミン分解方法の基礎的研究
日本水処理生物学会誌, 2018
[4] Opening the s-triazine ring and biuret hydrolysis during conversion of atrazine by Frankia sp. strain EuI1c
International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation, 2017
[5] Bacterial biodegradation of melamine-contaminated aged soil: influence of different pre-culture media or addition of activation material
Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2016
[6] Mineralization of melamine and cyanuric acid as sole nitrogen source by newly isolated Arthrobacter spp. using a soil-charcoal perfusion method
World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, 2015
[7] Melaminivora alkalimesophila gen. nov., sp. nov., a melamine-degrading betaproteobacterium isolated from a melamine-producing factory
International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology, 2014
[8] Characterization of pure cultures isolated from sulfamethoxazole-acclimated activated sludge with respect to taxonomic identification and sulfamethoxazole …
2013
[9] Characterization of pure cultures isolated from sulfamethoxazole-acclimated activated sludge with respect to taxonomic identification and sulfamethoxazole …
2013
[10] Characterization of pure cultures isolated from sulfamethoxazole-acclimated activated sludge with respect to taxonomic identification and sulfamethoxazole biodegradation potential
BMC microbiology, 2013
Free SCIRP Newsletters
Copyright © 2006-2021 Scientific Research Publishing Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Top