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Marcos Quintela-Baluja
Professor David Graham
Extended-Spectrum β-Lactamase and Carbapenemase Genes are Substantially and Sequentially Reduced during Conveyance and Treatment of Urban Sewage2021
Shamas Tabraiz
Dr Burhan Shamurad
Dr Evangelos Petropoulos
Marcos Quintela-Baluja
Dr Alex Charlton
et al.
Mitigation of membrane biofouling in membrane bioreactor treating sewage by novel quorum quenching strain of Acinetobacter originating from a full-scale membrane bioreactor2021
Shamas Tabraiz
Dr Evangelos Petropoulos
Dr Burhan Shamurad
Marcos Quintela-Baluja
Sanjay Mohapatra
et al.
Temperature and immigration effects on quorum sensing in the biofilms of anaerobic membrane bioreactors2021
Marcos Quintela-Baluja
Joshua Bunce
A global multinational survey of cefotaxime-resistant coliforms in urban wastewater treatment plants2020
Dr Burhan Shamurad
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Evangelos Petropoulos
Dr Jan Dolfing
Marcos Quintela-Baluja
et al.
Low Temperature Pre-treatment of Organic Feedstocks with Selected Mineral Wastes Sustains Anaerobic Digestion Stability through Trace Metal Release2020
Marcos Quintela-Baluja
Professor David Graham
Making waves: Wastewater-based epidemiology for COVID-19 – approaches and challenges for surveillance and prediction2020
Dr Burhan Shamurad
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Evangelos Petropoulos
Shamas Tabraiz
Dr Kishor Acharya
et al.
Co-digestion of organic and mineral wastes for enhanced biogas production: Reactor performance and evolution of microbial community and function2019
Dr Burhan Shamurad
Professor Neil Gray
Dr Evangelos Petropoulos
Shamas Tabraiz
Dr Kishor Acharya
et al.
Data of metal and microbial analyses from anaerobic co-digestion of organic and mineral wastes2019
Marcos Quintela-Baluja
Dr Yongjie Yu
Professor David Graham
Spatial ecology of a wastewater network defines the antibiotic resistance genes in downstream receiving waters2019
Marcos Quintela-Baluja
Professor David Graham
A conceptual framework for invasion in microbial communities2016
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