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Shreya Wani
Emeritus Professor Jerry Barnes
Dr Ian Singleton
Investigation of potential reasons for bacterial survival on 'ready-to-eat' leafy produce during exposure to gaseous ozone2016
Shreya Wani
Emeritus Professor Jerry Barnes
Dr Ian Singleton
Effect of ozone treatment on inactivation of Escherichia coli and Listeria sp. on spinach2015
Dr Ian Singleton
Soil contamination with silver nanoparticles reduces Bishop pine growth and ectomycorrhizal diversity on pine roots2015
Dr Ian Singleton
Fungi at a Small Scale: Spatial Zonation of Fungal Assemblages around Single Trees2013
Nicolaos Tzortzakis
Dr Tahar Taybi
Edna Antony
Dr Ian Singleton
Professor Anne Borland
et al.
Profiling shifts in protein complement in tomato fruit induced by atmospheric ozone-enrichment and/or wound-inoculation with Botrytis cinerea2013
Jim Clapp
Dr Richard Bevan
Dr Ian Singleton
Avian Urine: Its Potential as a Non-Invasive Biomonitor of Environmental Metal Exposure in Birds2012
Dr Michael Sweet
Dr Ian Singleton
Metal based nanoparticles; size, function and areas for advancement in applied microbiology2012
Dr Michael Sweet
Lucinda Scriven
Dr Ian Singleton
Microsatellites for Microbiologists2012
Sanjay Antony-Babu
Dr Ian Singleton
Effects of ozone exposure on the xerophilic fungus, Eurotium amstelodami IS-SAB-01, isolated from naan bread2011
Nicolaos Tzortzakis
Dr Tahar Taybi
Dr Ian Singleton
Professor Anne Borland
Emeritus Professor Jerry Barnes
et al.
Low-level atmospheric ozone exposure induces protection against Botrytis cinerea with down-regulation of ethylene-, jasmonate- and pathogenesis-related genes in tomato fruit2011
Nicolaos Tzortzakis
Dr Tahar Taybi
Raveenia Roberts
Dr Ian Singleton
Professor Anne Borland
et al.
Low-level atmospheric ozone exposure induces protection against Botrytis cinerea with down-regulation of ethylene-, jasmonate- and pathogenesis-related genes in tomato fruit2011
Dr Michael Sweet
Dr Ian Singleton
Silver Nanoparticles: A Microbial Perspective2011
Dr Elisabeth Lowe
Elizabeth Dridge
Charles Debieux
Dr Ian Singleton
Professor Rick Lewis
et al.
Quinol-cytochrome c Oxidoreductase and Cytochrome c4 Mediate Electron Transfer during Selenate Respiration in Thauera selenatis2010
Dr Sanjay Babu
Dr Ian Singleton
Effect of ozone on spore germination, spore production and biomass production in two Aspergillus species2009
Dr Ian Singleton
Potential use of DNA adducts to detect mutagenic compounds in soil2009
Nicolaos Tzortzakis
Dr Ian Singleton
Emeritus Professor Jerry Barnes
Impact of low-level atmospheric ozone-enrichment on black spot and anthracnose rot of tomato fruit 2008
Nicolaos Tzortzakis
Dr Ian Singleton
Emeritus Professor Jerry Barnes
Deployment of low-level ozone-enrichment for the preservation of chilled fresh produce2007
Nicolaos Tzortzakis
Professor Anne Borland
Dr Ian Singleton
Emeritus Professor Jerry Barnes
Impact of atmospheric ozone-enrichment on quality-related attributes of tomato fruit2007
Dr Guoxiong Hua
John Broderick
Dr Ian Singleton
Rapid quantification of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in hydroxypropyl-β-cyclodextrin (HPCD) soil extracts by synchronous fluorescence spectroscopy (SFS)2007
Dr Myung Kim
Dr Ian Singleton
Professor Michael Goodfellow
Enhanced biodegradation of diesel oil by a newly identified Rhodococcus baikonurensis EN3 in the presence of mycolic acid2006
Dr Catherine Vizard
Dr David Rimmer
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Dr Ian Singleton
Identifying contemporary and historic sources of soil polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and polychlorinated dibenzofurans in an industrial urban setting2006
Dr Myung Kim
Dr Ian Singleton
Influence of phenol on the biodegradation of pyridine by freely suspended and immobilized Pseudomonas putida MK12006
Dr Selina Bamforth
Professor David Manning
Dr Ian Singleton
Professor Paul Younger
Dr Karen Johnson
et al.
Manganese removal from mine waters - investigating the occurrence and importance of manganese carbonates2006
Dr David Rimmer
Dr Catherine Vizard
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Dr Ian Singleton
Zoe Keatinge
et al.
Metal contamination of urban soils in the vicinity of a municipal waste incinerator: One source among many2006
Dr Guoxiong Hua
Dr Ian Singleton
Potential application of synchronous fluorescence spectroscopy to determine benzo[a]pyrene in soil extracts2006
Dr Elisabeth Lowe
Dr Carys Watts
Dr Ian Singleton
Dr Clive Butler
The bioenergetics of selenate respiration in Thauera selenatis2006
Emeritus Professor Jerry Barnes
Dr Ian Singleton
The use of ozone in the remediation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon contaminated soil2006
Selina Bamforth
Dr Ian Singleton
Bioremediation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons: Current knowledge and future directions2005
Selina Bamforth
Dr Ian Singleton
Environmental Pollution and Restoration: A Role for Bioremediation2005
Dr Selina Bamforth
Dr Ian Singleton
Professor David Manning
Professor Paul Younger
Dr Karen Johnson
et al.
The role of minerals in catalysing manganese removal from mine water2005
Dr Ian Singleton
Bioremediation of DDT-contaminated soil: Enhancement by seaweed addition2004
Dr Ian Singleton
Microbial formation of volatile arsenic in cattle dip site soils contaminated with arsenic and DDT2004
Dr Ian Singleton
Sodium application enhances DDT transformation in a long-term contaminated soil2004
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Dr Catherine Vizard
Dr Ian Singleton
The legacy of allotment gardens in industrial urban settings2004
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Dr Catherine Vizard
Dr Ian Singleton
Dr David Rimmer
The legacy of historic land-use in allotment gardens in industrial urban settings: Walker Road allotment in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK2004
Dr Karen Johnson
Dr Selina Bamforth
Professor David Manning
Dr Ian Singleton
What is the best substrate for biofilm establishment in manganese removal passive treatment systems?2004
Professor Ian Head
Dr Ian Singleton
Dr Michael Milner
Bioremediation; a critical review2003
Dr Ian Singleton
Changes in microbial properties associated with long-term arsenic and DDT contaminated soils at disused cattle dip sites2003
Dr Ian Singleton
DDT resistance and transformation by different microbial strains isolated from DDT-contaminated soils and compost materials2003
Dr Catherine Vizard
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Dr Ian Singleton
Identifying PCDD/F sources in soil in an industrial urban setting: Toxicity equivalents, congener patterns and historic land-use2003
Dr Ian Singleton
Microbial activity and phospholipid fatty acid pattern in long-term tannery waste-contaminated soil2003
Dr Catherine Vizard
Professor Tanja Pless-Mulloli
Dr Ian Singleton
Soil contamination with PCDD/F and heavy metals in the vicinity of the Byker incinerator in Newcastle2003
Dr Ian Singleton
Dr Stephanie Colvan
Sarah Delahunty
The potential of soil protein-based methods to indicate metal contamination2003
Dr Ian Singleton
Resistance of microbial populations in DDT-contaminated and uncontaminated soils2001
Dr Ian Singleton
Determination of NTA and EDTA and Speciation of Their Metal Complexes in Aqueous Solution by Capillary Electrophoresis2000
Dr Ian Singleton
Effects of long-term contamination of DDT on soil microflora with special reference to soil algae and algal transformation of DDT2000
Dr Ian Singleton
Pentachlorophenol transformation in soil: a toxicological assessment2000