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    First Release of the Bacterial Biobank of the Urban Environment (BBUE)

    Antelo, Verónica, Salazar, Cecilia, Martínez, Arací, D’alessandro, Bruno, Castro, Marta, Betancor, Laura, Barcala, María Victoria, Míguez, Diana, Gonnet, Gastón H, Iraola, Gregorio
    Microbiology Resource Announcements, 2018, Vol.7(16) [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    First release of the bacterial biobank of the urban environment (BBUE)

    Antelo, Verónica, Salazar, Cecilia, Martínez, Arací, D’alessandro, Bruno, Castro, Marta, Betancor, Laura, Barcala, María V, Míguez, Diana, Gonnet, Gastón H, Iraola, Gregorio
    Microbiology Resource Announcements, 2018
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    Title: First release of the bacterial biobank of the urban environment (BBUE)
    Author: Antelo, Verónica; Salazar, Cecilia; Martínez, Arací; D’alessandro, Bruno; Castro, Marta; Betancor, Laura; Barcala, María V; Míguez, Diana; Gonnet, Gastón H; Iraola, Gregorio
    Description: Metagenomics is providing a broad overview of bacterial functional diversity; however, culturing and biobanking are still essential for microbiology. Here, we present the Bacterial Biobank of the Urban Environment (BBUE), a sizable culture collection for long-term storage and characterization of the microbiota associated with urban environments relevant for public health.
    Is part of: Microbiology Resource Announcements, 2018
    Identifier: 10.3929/ethz-b-000304430 (DOI)

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    Bioavailability, ecotoxicity, and geological characteristics of trace lead in sediments from two sites on Negro River, Uruguay, South America

    Míguez, Diana, Huertas, Raquel, Carrara, María, Carnikián, Agustín, Bouvier, María, Martínez, María, Keel, Karen, Pioda, Carolina, Darré, Elena, Pérez, Ramiro, Viera, Santiago, Massa, Enrique
    Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 2012, Vol.34(2), pp.199-205 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Impact of solids retention time on the biological performance of an AnMBR treating lipid-rich synthetic dairy wastewater

    Szabo Corbacho, M., Pacheco-Ruiz, Santiago, Míguez, Diana, Hooijmans, Christine Maria, Garcia, H., Brdjanovic, Damir, van Lier, J.B.
    Environmental Technology, 2019, pp.urn:issn:0959-3330 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Impact of solids retention time on the biological performance of an AnMBR treating lipid-rich synthetic dairy wastewater
    Author: Szabo Corbacho, M.; Pacheco-Ruiz, Santiago; Míguez, Diana; Hooijmans, Christine Maria; Garcia, H.; Brdjanovic, Damir; van Lier, J.B.
    Subject: Anaerobic Membrane Bioreactor ; Dairy Wastewater ; Lipids ; Long Chain Fatty Acids ; Sludge Retention Time
    Description: In this study, the impact of applied solids retention time (SRT) on the biological performance of an anaerobic membrane bioreactor (AnMBR) treating synthetic dairy wastewater with high lipid content was assessed. Two side-stream AnMBR systems were operated at an SRT of 20 and 40 days (R20 and R40, respectively), equipped with an inside-out tubular membrane operated in cross-flow mode under full-scale operational conditions, i.e. crossflow velocity, transmembrane pressure, membrane flux. Successful operation was achieved and removal efficiencies of both reactors were up to 99% applying an organic loading rate (OLR) of 4.7 g COD L−1 d−1. No precipitation of lipids was observed throughout the operational period, keeping the lipids available for the anaerobic degradation. Long chain fatty acid (LCFA) accumulation was very modest and amounted 148 and 115 mg LCFA-COD per gram of volatile suspended solids (VSS) for R20 and R40, respectively. At an SRT of 40 days, a slightly...
    Is part of: Environmental Technology, 2019, pp.urn:issn:0959-3330
    Identifier: (ISSN); 0959-3330 (ISSN)