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1-Apr-2017Microenvironmental characteristics and physiology of biofilms in chronic infections of CF patients are strongly affected by the host immune responseJensen, P; Kolpen, M; Kragh, KN; Kühl, M
1-Mar-2013Dynamics of biofilm formation under different nutrient levels and the effect on biofouling of a reverse osmosis membrane systemChen, X; Suwarno, SR; Chong, TH; McDougald, D; Kjelleberg, S; Cohen, Y; Fane, AG; Rice, SA
1-Jan-2013Influence of anode potentials on selection of Geobacter strains in microbial electrolysis cellsCommault, AS; Lear, G; Packer, MA; Weld, RJ
18-Aug-2017Furoxan Nitric Oxide Donors Disperse Pseudomonas aeruginosa Biofilms, Accelerate Growth, and Repress Pyoverdine ProductionPoh, WH; Barraud, N; Guglielmo, S; Lazzarato, L; Rolando, B; Fruttero, R; Rice, SA
1-Nov-2018A global genomic approach uncovers novel components for twitching motility-mediated biofilm expansion in Pseudomonas aeruginosaNolan, LM; Whitchurch, CB; Barquist, L; Katrib, M; Boinett, CJ; Mayho, M; Goulding, D; Charles, IG; Filloux, A; Parkhill, J; Cain, AK
1-Nov-2016Comparative analysis of quantitative methodologies for Vibrionaceae biofilmsChavez-Dozal, AA; Nourabadi, N; Erken, M; McDougald, D; Nishiguchi, MK
13-Apr-2007Potential microbial bioinvasions via ships' ballast water, sediment, and biofilmDrake, LA; Doblin, MA; Dobbs, FC
1-Jun-2011In situ grazing resistance of Vibrio cholerae in the marine environmentErken, M; Weitere, M; Kjelleberg, S; McDougald, D
1-Sep-2008Roles of type IV pili, flagellum-mediated motility and extracellular DNA in the formation of mature multicellular structures in Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilmsBarken, KB; Pamp, SJ; Yang, L; Gjermansen, M; Bertrand, JJ; Klausen, M; Givskov, M; Whitchurch, CB; Engel, JN; Tolker-Nielsen, T
1-Sep-2016Biofilms: An emergent form of bacterial lifeFlemming, HC; Wingender, J; Szewzyk, U; Steinberg, P; Rice, SA; Kjelleberg, S
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