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Max Kelly
Paul Whitworth
Dr Alan Jamieson
Professor Grant Burgess
Bacterial colonisation of plastic in the Rockall Trough, North-East Atlantic: An improved understanding of the deep-sea plastisphere2022
Dr Thomas Dzeha
Dr Michael Hall
Professor Grant Burgess
Micrococcin P1 and P2 from Epibiotic Bacteria Associated with Isolates of Moorea Producens from Kenya2022
Dr Saikat Jana
Sam Charlton
Dr Lucy Eland
Professor Grant Burgess
Professor Anil Wipat
et al.
Nonlinear rheological characteristics of single species bacterial biofilms2020
Guang Gao
Professor Grant Burgess
Using macroalgae as biofuel: Current opportunities and challenges2020
Professor Grant Burgess
Aggregation Pheromone for an Invasive Mussel Consists of a Precise Combination of Three Common Purines2019
Dr Sabrina Tardio
Professor Peter Cumpson
Professor Grant Burgess
Antimicrobial properties of Cu-based bulk metallic glass composites after surface modification2019
Professor Grant Burgess
Future CO2-induced ocean acidification enhances resilience of a green tide alga to low-salinity stress2019
Aisha Al-Wahaibi
Emilia Lapinska
Nithyalakshmy Rajarajan
Dr Sergey Dobretsov
Professor Robert Upstill-Goddard
et al.
Secretion of DNases by marine bacteria: a culture based and bioinformatics approach2019
Max Kelly
Dr Martyn Kurr
Professor Grant Burgess
The Importance of Water-Volume on the Release of Microplastic Fibres from Laundry2019
Dr Ana Morales Garcia
Dr Richard Bailey
Dr Saikat Jana
Professor Grant Burgess
The role of polymers in cross-kingdom bioadhesion2019
Dr Thomas Dzeha
Dr Michael Hall
Professor Grant Burgess
UV Resistance of bacteria from the Kenyan Marine cyanobacterium, Moorea Producens2019
Dr Arnaud Basle
Dr Lorraine Hewitt
Dr Alan Koh
Dr Heather Lamb
Paul Thompson
et al.
Crystal structure of NucB, a biofilm-degrading endonuclease2018
Cassie Bakshani
Dr ana Morales Garcia
Dr Mike Althaus
Dr Matthew Wilcox
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
et al.
Evolutionary conservation of the antimicrobial function of mucus: a first defence against infection2018
Ella Brunt
Professor Grant Burgess
The promise of marine molecules as cosmetic active ingredients2018
Professor Grant Burgess
Chitosan-zinc oxide nanocomposite coatings for the prevention of marine biofouling2017
Jinwei Zhang
Professor Grant Burgess
Enhanced eicosapentaenoic acid production by a new deep-sea marine bacterium Shewanella electrodiphila MAR441T2017
Nithyalakshmy Rajarajan
Professor Nicholas Jakubovics
Professor Grant Burgess
Malcolm Reed
Enzmatic biofilm prevention using a marine endonuclease - a new paradigm in the treatment of periprosthetic joint infections2016
Jinwei Zhang
Professor Grant Burgess
Shewanella electrodiphila sp nov., a psychrotolerant bacterium isolated from Mid-Atlantic Ridge deep-sea sediments2015
Professor Grant Burgess
Bioemulsifiers are not biosurfactants and require different screening approaches2015
Professor Nicholas Jakubovics
Professor Grant Burgess
Extracellular DNA in oral microbial biofilms2015
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Grant Burgess
The development of marine biotechnology in Oman: Potential for capacity building through open innovation2015
Dr Sergey Dobretsov
Saoud Al-Habsi
Professor Grant Burgess
The First GCC Marine Biotechnology Symposium: Emerging Opportunities and Future Perspectives2015
Dr Reindert Nijland
Dr Michael Hall
Professor Grant Burgess
Dispersal of biofilms by secreted, matrix degrading, bacterial Dnase2014
Robert Shields
Dr Norehan Mokhtar
Dr Michael Hall
Professor Grant Burgess
Mohamed Elbadawey
et al.
Efficacy of a Marine Bacterial Nuclease against Biofilm Forming Microorganisms Isolated from Chronic Rhinosinusitis2013
Professor Nicholas Jakubovics
Robert Shields
Nithyalakshmy Rajarajan
Professor Grant Burgess
Life after death: the critical role of extracellular DNA in microbial biofilms2013
Nithyalakshmy Rajarajan
Emeritus Professor Alan Ward
Professor Grant Burgess
Professor Jarka Glassey
Use of physiological information and process optimisation enhances production of extracellular nuclease by a marine strain of Bacillus licheniformis2013
Tristano Bacchetti De Gregoris
Professor Ehsan Mesbahi
Professor Grant Burgess
Professor Tony Clare
Characterisation of the bacteria associated with barnacle, Balanus amphitrite, shell and their role in gregarious settlement of cypris larvae2012
Jinwei Zhang
Dr Enren Zhang
Emeritus Professor Keith Scott
Professor Grant Burgess
Enhanced Electricity Production by Use of Reconstituted Artificial Consortia of Estuarine Bacteria Grown as Biofilms2012
Professor Grant Burgess
New and emerging analytical techniques for marine biotechnology2012
Professor Grant Burgess
Rapid resonance Raman microspectroscopy to probe carbon dioxide fixation by single cells in microbial communities2012
Mohamed Elbadawey
Robert Shields
Professor Nicholas Jakubovics
Professor Grant Burgess
Removal of Biofilms from Tracheoesophageal Speech Valves Using a Novel Marine Microbial Deoxyribonuclease2012
Tristano Bacchetti De Gregoris
Professor Grant Burgess
Professor Tony Clare
Deep sequencing of naupliar-, cyprid- and adult-specific normalised Expressed Sequence Tag (EST) libraries of the acorn barnacle Balanus amphitrite2011
Tristano Bacchetti De Gregoris
Dr Nicholas Aldred
Professor Tony Clare
Professor Grant Burgess
Improvement of phylum- and class-specific primers for real-time PCR of bacterial taxa2011
Dr Reindert Nijland
Professor Grant Burgess
Bacterial olfaction2010
Professor Grant Burgess
Dr Michael Hall
Dr Reindert Nijland
Compounds and methods for biofilm disruption and prevention2010
Dr Michael Hall
Professor Grant Burgess
Dispersal of Biofilms by Secreted, Matrix Degrading, Bacterial DNase2010
Professor Grant Burgess
Dr Reindert Nijland
Molecular mechanisms of compounds affecting bacterial biofilm formation and dispersal2010
Dr Reindert Nijland
Professor Grant Burgess
Professor Jeff Errington FRS
Dr Jan-Willem Veening
Transformation of Environmental Bacillus subtilis Isolates by Transiently Inducing Genetic Competence2010
Professor Grant Burgess
Professor Tony Clare
Construction of an adult barnacle (Balanus amphitrite) cDNA library and selection of reference genes for quantitative RT-PCR studies2009
Professor Grant Burgess
Biotechnological applications of the genus Vibrio2006
Professor Grant Burgess
Recovery and characterization of a 30.7-kDa protein from Bacillus licheniformis associated with inhibitory activity against methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus, vancomycin-resistant enterococci, and Listeria monocytogenes2006
Professor Grant Burgess
Biofilm-Specific Cross-Species Induction of Antimicrobial Compounds in Bacilli2003
Professor Grant Burgess
Microbulbifer arenaceous sp. Nov., a new endolithic bacterium isolated from the inside of red sandstone2003
Professor Grant Burgess
The Development of a Marine Natural Product-based Antifouling Paint2003
Professor Grant Burgess
Biodegradation of crude oil across a wide range of salinities by an extremely halotolerant bacterial consortium MPD-M, immobilised onto polypropylene fibres2002
Professor Grant Burgess
Professor Phillip Wright
Culture of the marine cyanobacterium, Lyngbya majuscula (Oscillatoriaceae), for bioprocess intensified production of cyclic and linear lipopeptides2002
Professor Grant Burgess
Design and Activity of Antimicrobial Peptides against Sporogonic-Stage Parasites Causing Murine Malarias2002
Professor Grant Burgess
JM47, a cyclic tetrapeptide HC-toxin analogue from a marine Fusarium species2002
Professor Grant Burgess
Surface attachment induced production of antimicrobial compounds by marine epiphytic bacteria using modified roller bottle cultivation2002
Professor Grant Burgess
Ferrous Sulphate Oxidation using Thiobacillus ferrooxidans Cells Immobilised on Sand for the Purpose of Treating Acid Mine Drainage2001
Professor Grant Burgess
Professor Phillip Wright
High-pressure adaptation by salt stress in a moderately halophilic bacterium obtained from open seawater2001
Professor Grant Burgess
Professor Phillip Wright
Marine Cyanobacteria - A Prolific Source of Natural Products2001
Professor Grant Burgess
Sponge-microbe associations and their importance for sponge bioprocess engineering2001
Professor Phillip Wright
Professor Grant Burgess
The symbiotic role of marine microbes on living surfaces2001
Professor Phillip Wright
Professor Grant Burgess
Two diketopiperazines and one halogenated phenol from cultures of the marine bacterium, Pseudoaltermonas luteoviolacea2001
Professor Grant Burgess
Professor Phillip Wright
Biodegradation of propanol and isopropanol by a mixed microbial consortium2000
Professor Grant Burgess
Professor Phillip Wright
Novel opportunities for marine hyperthermophiles in emerging biotechnology and engineering industries2000
Professor Grant Burgess
Prevention of marine biofouling using natural compounds from marine organisms2000
Professor Phillip Wright
Professor Grant Burgess
Biodegradation of propanol and isopropanol by a mixed microbial consortiumBioprocess Intensification for Production of Novel Marine Bacterial Antibiotics Through Bioreactor Operation and Design1999
Professor Phillip Wright
Professor Grant Burgess
Opportunities for marine bioprocess intensification using novel bioreactor design: frequency of barotolerance in microorganisms obtained from surface waters1999