Kapila Patel presenting her research at the School of Life Sciences Undergraduate Research symposium
Kapila successfully presented her poster on methanogenesis in the human gut at the School of Life Sciences Undergraduate Research symposium
Dr. Krajmalnik-Brown Lab students participated last Friday at the 2015 Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative Symposium.
SCEB member publish on the role of phosphate limitation in heterotrophic biomass growth in photobioreactors
Alex Zevin, Dr. Bruce Rittmann and Dr. Rosa Krajmalnik-Brown just published "Effects of phosphate limitation on soluble microbial products and microbial community structure in semi-continuous Synechocystis-based photobioreactors" in Biotechnology and Bioengineering. The article focuses on how phosphorus may play a key role in limiting heterotrophic biomass in photobioreactors.
The two most recent publications on autism by the Krajmalnik-Brown Lab have been mentioned in the online website medicalxpress.com
Check the article here and the PLOS ONE paper "Reduced Incidence of Prevotella and Other Fermenters in Intestinal Microflora of Autistic Children" here and the recent review in Microbial Ecology in Health and Disease "Gut bacteria in children with autism spectrum disorders: challenges and promise of studying how a complex community influences a complex disease" here.
Krajmalink-Brown Lab has published a recent review in the journal Microbial Ecology in Health and Disease, "Gut bacteria in children with autism spectrum disorders: challenges and promise of studying how a complex community influences a complex disease" by Dr. Rosa Krajmalnik-Brown, Dr. Catherine Lozupone, Dr. Dae-Wook Kang and Dr. James B. Adams. The review focuses on recent studies of the role of human microbiota in autism spectrum disorders gastrointestinal (GI) function or from gut–brain interactions dependent or independent from the immune system. Take a look on the paper here.
Role of bicarbonate as a pH buffer and electron sink in microbial dechlorination of chloroethenes. Delgado et al. 2012
The paper Role of bicarbonate as a pH buffer and electron sink in microbial dechlorination of chloroethenes by Anca G. Delgado and collaborators published in 2012in the journal Microbial Cell Factories has been listed in the Top Social Articles list of 2014 of the journal. The paper in the second position of the list, with a score of 22 in Altimetric. This a resource tracks what people are saying about papers online on behalf of publishers, authors, libraries and institutions. Take a look at the paper here.
Joseph Micelli, appeared an episode of The STEM Journals. The episode focuses on Young Innovators. STEM Journals, is a local Phoenix show intended to get students who aren't sure that science is their future career a more in depth look and hopefully get them more excited about science as a career choice.
You can see Joe in this clip, which is part of the larger episode Young Innovators, check the full episode here.