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1-Jan-2018Mixed community biofilms and microbially influenced corrosionMarsili, E; Kjelleberg, S; Rice, SA
1-Sep-2016Next-generation studies of microbial biofilm communitiesRice, SA; Wuertz, S; Kjelleberg, S
1-Nov-2012Biofilm dispersal cells of a cystic fibrosis Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolate exhibit variability in functional traits likely to contribute to persistent infectionWoo, JKK; Webb, JS; Kirov, SM; Kjelleberg, S; Rice, SA
1-Jan-2015Characterization of the archaeal community fouling a membrane bioreactorLuo, J; Zhang, J; Tan, X; McDougald, D; Zhuang, G; Fane, AG; Kjelleberg, S; Cohen, Y; Rice, SA
1-Jan-2015The application of nitric oxide to control biofouling of membrane bioreactorsLuo, J; Zhang, J; Barnes, RJ; Tan, X; Mcdougald, D; Fane, AG; Zhuang, G; Kjelleberg, S; Cohen, Y; Rice, SA
9-Jun-2014Bacterial Communication SystemsHarder, T; Rice, SA; Dobretsov, S; Thomas, T; Carré-Mlouka, A; Kjelleberg, S; Steinberg, PD; Mcdougald, D
6-Nov-2018Matrix Polysaccharides and SiaD Diguanylate Cyclase Alter Community Structure and Competitiveness of Pseudomonas aeruginosa during Dual-Species Biofilm Development with Staphylococcus aureusChew, SC; Yam, JKH; Matysik, A; Seng, ZJ; Klebensberger, J; Givskov, M; Doyle, P; Rice, SA; Yang, L; Kjelleberg, S
1-Dec-2017Mechanistic action of weak acid drugs on biofilmsKundukad, B; Schussman, M; Yang, K; Seviour, T; Yang, L; Rice, SA; Kjelleberg, S; Doyle, PS
1-Feb-2013Optimal dosing regimen of nitric oxide donor compounds for the reduction of Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilm and isolates from wastewater membranesBarnes, RJ; Bandi, RR; Wong, WS; Barraud, N; McDougald, D; Fane, A; Kjelleberg, S; Rice, SA
1-Mar-2014Micro-fabricated polydimethyl siloxane (PDMS) surfaces regulate the development of marine microbial biofilm communitiesLing, GC; Low, MH; Erken, M; Longford, S; Nielsen, S; Poole, AJ; Steinberg, P; McDougald, D; Kjelleberg, S
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