Browsing publications by Dr Michael Barer

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Arlene Rowan
Dr Russell Davenport
Dr Michael Barer
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor Ian Head
et al.
Development of a rapid assay for determining the relative abundance of bacteria2005
Dr Arlene Rowan
Dr Michael Barer
Professor Thomas Curtis
Professor Ian Head
Composition and diversity of ammonia-oxidising bacterial communities in wastewater treatment reactors of different designtreating identical wastewater2003
Dr Zoltan Pragai
Dr Michael Barer
Professor Colin Harwood
Fed-batch production of recombinant β-galactosidase using the universal stress promoters uspA and uspB in high cell density cultivations2003
Dr Olga Pantos
Dr Rory Cooney
Dr Martin Le Tissier
Dr Michael Barer
Professor Anthony O'Donnell
et al.
The bacterial ecology of a plague-like disease affecting the Caribbean coral Montastrea annularis2003
Dr Arlene Rowan
Dr Neil Gray
Professor Thomas Curtis
Dr Michael Barer
Professor Ian Head
et al.
A comparative study of ammonia-oxidizing bacteria in lab-scale industrial wastewater treatment reactors2002
Dr Arlene Rowan
Professor Thomas Curtis
Dr Michael Barer
Professor Ian Head
A comparison of autotrophic ammonia-oxidizing bacteria in full- and laboratory-scale wastewater treatment reactors2002
Dr Rebecca Smith
Professor Colin Harwood
Dr Michael Barer
Active but nonculturable cells of Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium do not infect or colonize mice2002
Dr Rory Cooney
Dr Olga Pantos
Dr Martin Le Tissier
Dr Michael Barer
Professor Anthony O'Donnell
et al.
Characterization of the bacterial consortium associated with black band disease in coral using molecular microbiological techniques2002
Professor John Bythell
Dr Michael Barer
Dr Rory Cooney
Dr James Guest
Professor Anthony O'Donnell
et al.
Histopathological methods for the investigation of microbial communities associated with disease lesions in reef corals2002
Dr Henriette Christensen
Professor David Minnikin
Dr Michael Barer
Intracellular lipophilic inclusions of mycobacteria in vitro and in sputum2002
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