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Solvent selection strategies for extractive biocatalysis
LJ Bruce, AJ Daugulis
Biotechnology Progress 7 (2), 116-124, 1991
3161991
Low-temperature increases the yield of biologically active herring antifreeze protein in Pichia pastoris
Z Li, F Xiong, Q Lin, M d'Anjou, AJ Daugulis, DSC Yang, CL Hew
Protein Expression and Purification 21 (3), 438-445, 2001
2872001
Two-phase partitioning bioreactors: a new technology platform for destroying xenobiotics
AJ Daugulis
TRENDS in Biotechnology 19 (11), 457-462, 2001
2842001
Alginate‐polylysine microcapsules of controlled membrane molecular weight cutoff for mammalian cell culture engineering
GA King, AJ Daugulis, P Faulkner, MFA Goosen
Biotechnology Progress 3 (4), 231-240, 1987
2611987
Ex situ bioremediation of contaminated soils: an overview of conventional and innovative technologies
MC Tomei, AJ Daugulis
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 43 (20), 2107-2139, 2013
1812013
A rational approach to improving productivity in recombinant Pichia pastoris fermentation
MC D'anjou, AJ Daugulis
Biotechnology and bioengineering 72 (1), 1-11, 2001
1772001
Recent advances in two-phase partitioning bioreactors for the treatment of volatile organic compounds
R Muñoz, AJ Daugulis, M Hernández, G Quijano
Biotechnology Advances 30 (6), 1707-1720, 2012
1752012
Enhanced biodegradation of phenol by a microbial consortium in a solid–liquid two phase partitioning bioreactor
GP Prpich, AJ Daugulis
Biodegradation 16, 329-339, 2005
1652005
The solution structure of type II antifreeze protein reveals a new member of the lectin family
W Gronwald, MC Loewen, B Lix, AJ Daugulis, FD Sönnichsen, PL Davies, ...
Biochemistry 37 (14), 4712-4721, 1998
1621998
Biodegradation of phenol at high initial concentrations in two‐phase partitioning batch and fed‐batch bioreactors
LD Collins, AJ Daugulis
Biotechnology and bioengineering 55 (1), 155-162, 1997
1591997
Bioproduction of the aroma compound 2‐Phenylethanol in a solid–liquid two‐phase partitioning bioreactor system by Kluyveromyces marxianus
F Gao, AJ Daugulis
Biotechnology and bioengineering 104 (2), 332-339, 2009
1422009
Use of a two-phase partitioning bioreactor for degrading polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons by a Sphingomonas sp.
T Janikowski, D Velicogna, M Punt, A Daugulis
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 59, 368-376, 2002
1292002
Interfacial effects in a two-phase partitioning bioreactor: degradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) by a hydrophobic Mycobacterium
CT MacLeod, AJ Daugulis
Process Biochemistry 40 (5), 1799-1805, 2005
1242005
Kinetics and interactions of BTEX compounds during degradation by a bacterial consortium
JV Littlejohns, AJ Daugulis
Process Biochemistry 43 (10), 1068-1076, 2008
1182008
Phosphonium ionic liquids for degradation of phenol in a two-phase partitioning bioreactor
MD Baumann, AJ Daugulis, PG Jessop
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 67, 131-137, 2005
1182005
Experimental investigation and modeling of oscillatory behavior in the continuous culture of Zymomonas mobilis
AJ Daugulis, PJ McLellan, J Li
Biotechnology and bioengineering 56 (1), 99-105, 1997
1171997
Benzene/toluene/p-xylene degradation. Part I. Solvent selection and toluene degradation in a two-phase partitioning bioreactor
LD Collins, AJ Daugulis
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 52, 354-359, 1999
1151999
Microbial degradation of high and low molecular weight polyaromatic hydrocarbons in a two-phase partitioning bioreactor by two strains of Sphingomonas sp.
AJ Daugulis, CM McCracken
Biotechnology Letters 25, 1441-1444, 2003
1112003
A novel method of simulating oxygen mass transfer in two‐phase partitioning bioreactors
DR Nielsen, AJ Daugulis, PJ McLellan
Biotechnology and bioengineering 83 (6), 735-742, 2003
1102003
Development of a novel bioreactor system for treatment of gaseous benzene
SH Yeom, AJ Daugulis
Biotechnology and bioengineering 72 (2), 156-165, 2001
1092001
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