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Jim Field
Jim Field
Professor Chemical and Environmental Engineering
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Biodegradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons by new isolates of white rot fungi
JA Field, E De Jong, G Feijoo Costa, JA De Bont
Applied and environmental microbiology 58 (7), 2219-2226, 1992
5421992
Activated carbon as an electron acceptor and redox mediator during the anaerobic biotransformation of azo dyes
FP Van Der Zee, IAE Bisschops, G Lettinga, JA Field
Environmental science & technology 37 (2), 402-408, 2003
5022003
Screening for ligninolytic fungi applicable to the biodegradation of xenobiotics
JA Field, E de Jong, G Feijoo-Costa, JAM de Bont
Trends in biotechnology 11 (2), 44-49, 1993
4841993
Enhanced biodegradation of aromatic pollutants in cocultures of anaerobic and aerobic bacterial consortia
JA Field, AJM Stams, M Kato, G Schraa
Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 67, 47-77, 1995
4711995
Advanced anaerobic wastewater treatment in the near future
G Lettinga, J Field, J Van Lier, G Zeeman, LWH Pol
Water Science and Technology 35 (10), 5-12, 1997
4671997
Oxidation of anthracene and benzo [a] pyrene by laccases from Trametes versicolor
PJ Collins, M Kotterman, JA Field, A Dobson
Applied and environmental microbiology 62 (12), 4563-4567, 1996
4471996
Azo dye decolourisation by anaerobic granular sludge
FP Van der Zee, G Lettinga, JA Field
Chemosphere 44 (5), 1169-1176, 2001
4292001
Microbial transformation and degradation of polychlorinated biphenyls
JA Field, R Sierra-Alvarez
Environmental Pollution 155 (1), 1-12, 2008
3822008
Characterization of a novel manganese peroxidase-lignin peroxidase hybrid isozyme produced by Bjerkandera species strain BOS55 in the absence of manganese
T Mester, JA Field
Journal of Biological Chemistry 273 (25), 15412-15417, 1998
3771998
Sulfide oxidation under chemolithoautotrophic denitrifying conditions
RB Cardoso, R Sierra‐Alvarez, P Rowlette, ER Flores, J Gomez, JA Field
Biotechnology and bioengineering 95 (6), 1148-1157, 2006
3752006
Chemolithotrophic denitrification with elemental sulfur for groundwater treatment
R Sierra-Alvarez, R Beristain-Cardoso, M Salazar, J Gómez, ...
Water research 41 (6), 1253-1262, 2007
3372007
Biodegradation of selected azo dyes under methanogenic conditions
E Razo-Flores, M Luijten, B Donlon, G Lettinga, J Field
Water Science and Technology 36 (6-7), 65-72, 1997
3081997
Increasing ligninolytic enzyme activities in several white-rot basidiomycetes by nitrogen-sufficient media
EEJ Kaal, JA Field, TW Joyce
Bioresource Technology 53 (2), 133-139, 1995
2731995
Toxicity of copper (II) ions to microorganisms in biological wastewater treatment systems
V Ochoa-Herrera, G León, Q Banihani, JA Field, R Sierra-Alvarez
Science of the total environment 412, 380-385, 2011
2622011
Application of redox mediators to accelerate the transformation of reactive azo dyes in anaerobic bioreactors
FP van der Zee, RHM Bouwman, DP Strik, G Lettinga, JA Field
Biotechnology and Bioengineering 75 (6), 691-701, 2001
2552001
Toxicity of tannic compounds to microorganisms
JA Field, G Lettinga
Plant polyphenols: Synthesis, properties, significance, 673-692, 1992
2531992
Zero valent iron as an electron‐donor for methanogenesis and sulfate reduction in anaerobic sludge
S Karri, R Sierra‐Alvarez, JA Field
Biotechnology and Bioengineering 92 (7), 810-819, 2005
2362005
Competition between methanogenesis and quinone respiration for ecologically important substrates in anaerobic consortia
FJ Cervantes, S van der Velde, G Lettinga, JA Field
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 34 (2), 161-171, 2000
2322000
Anaerobic biotransformation of roxarsone and related N-substituted phenylarsonic acids
I Cortinas, JA Field, M Kopplin, JR Garbarino, AJ Gandolfi, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 40 (9), 2951-2957, 2006
2312006
Complete biodegradation of the azo dye azodisalicylate under anaerobic conditions
EÍ Razo-Flores, M Luijten, BA Donlon, G Lettinga, JA Field
Environmental science & technology 31 (7), 2098-2103, 1997
2201997
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