Arturo Aburto Medina
Arturo Aburto Medina
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Commercial feasibility of lignocellulose biodegradation: possibilities and challenges
M Taha, M Foda, E Shahsavari, A Aburto-Medina, E Adetutu, A Ball
Current opinion in biotechnology 38, 190-197, 2016
832016
Mixed aerobic and anaerobic microbial communities in benzene‐contaminated groundwater
A Aburto, A Fahy, F Coulon, G Lethbridge, KN Timmis, AS Ball, ...
Journal of applied microbiology 106 (1), 317-328, 2009
622009
Degradation of a benzene–toluene mixture by hydrocarbon-adapted bacterial communities
A Aburto, M Peimbert
Annals of microbiology 61 (3), 553-562, 2011
422011
Bioremediation potential of diesel-contaminated Libyan soil
E Koshlaf, E Shahsavari, A Aburto-Medina, M Taha, N Haleyur, ...
Ecotoxicology and environmental safety 133, 297-305, 2016
412016
Comparison of indigenous and exogenous microbial populations during slurry phase biodegradation of long-term hydrocarbon-contaminated soil
A Aburto-Medina, EM Adetutu, S Aleer, J Weber, SS Patil, PJ Sheppard, ...
Biodegradation 23 (6), 813-822, 2012
392012
Microorganisms involved in anaerobic benzene degradation
A Aburto-Medina, AS Ball
Annals of microbiology 65 (3), 1201-1213, 2015
242015
Large scale bioaugmentation of soil contaminated with petroleum hydrocarbons using a mixed microbial consortium
G Poi, A Aburto-Medina, PC Mok, AS Ball, E Shahsavari
Ecological engineering 102, 64-71, 2017
222017
Bacterial population dynamics and separation of active degraders by stable isotope probing during benzene degradation in a BTEX-impacted aquifer
A Aburto
Revista Internacional de Contaminación Ambiental 25 (3), 147-156, 2009
172009
A quantitative PCR approach for quantification of functional genes involved in the degradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in contaminated soils
E Shahsavari, A Aburto-Medina, M Taha, AS Ball
MethodsX 3, 205-211, 2016
132016
Microbial degradation of phenanthrene in pristine and contaminated sandy soils
A Schwarz, EM Adetutu, AL Juhasz, A Aburto-Medina, AS Ball, ...
Microbial ecology 75 (4), 888-902, 2018
112018
Bioremediation of phenol-contaminated industrial wastewater using a bacterial consortium—from laboratory to field
G Poi, A Aburto-Medina, PC Mok, AS Ball, E Shahsavari
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 228 (3), 89, 2017
112017
Biostimulation of indigenous communities for the successful dechlorination of tetrachloroethene (perchloroethylene)-contaminated groundwater
SS Patil, EM Adetutu, A Aburto-Medina, IR Menz, AS Ball
Biotechnology letters 36 (1), 75-83, 2014
112014
Large scale treatment of total petroleum-hydrocarbon contaminated groundwater using bioaugmentation
G Poi, E Shahsavari, A Aburto-Medina, PC Mok, AS Ball
Journal of environmental management 214, 157-163, 2018
102018
Assessing impediments to hydrocarbon biodegradation in weathered contaminated soils
E Adetutu, J Weber, S Aleer, CE Dandie, A Aburto-Medina, AS Ball, ...
Journal of hazardous materials 261, 847-853, 2013
102013
Degradation mechanisms of DDX induced by the addition of toluene and glycerol as cosubstrates in a zero-valent iron pretreated soil
A Velasco, A Aburto-Medina, E Shahsavari, S Revah, I Ortiz
Journal of hazardous materials 321, 681-689, 2017
92017
Bioremediation approaches for petroleum hydrocarbon-contaminated environments
E Shahsavari, G Poi, A Aburto-Medina, N Haleyur, AS Ball
Enhancing cleanup of environmental pollutants, 21-41, 2017
82017
Biological degradation of polycyclic aromatic compounds (PAHs) in soil: a current perspective
E Shahsavari, A Schwarz, A Aburto-Medina, AS Ball
Current Pollution Reports 5 (3), 84-92, 2019
72019
Biostabilization of municipal solid waste fractions from an Advanced Waste Treatment plant
AS Ball, E Shahsavari, A Aburto-Medina, KK Kadali, AAJ Shaiban, ...
Journal of King Saud University-Science 29 (2), 145-150, 2017
72017
A modified assay for the enumeration of ascaris eggs in fresh raw sewage
E Shahsavari, J Schmidt, A Aburto-Medina, B Khallaf, V Balakrishnan, ...
MethodsX 4, 186, 2017
72017
Bioremediation of biosolids with Phanerochaete chrysosporium culture filtrates enhances the degradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs)
M Taha, E Shahsavari, A Aburto-Medina, MF Foda, B Clarke, F Roddick, ...
Applied Soil Ecology 124, 163-170, 2018
62018
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