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Nature Genetics, ISSN 1061-4036, 06/2017, Volume 49, Issue 6, pp. 904 - 912
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Environmental Research, ISSN 0013-9351, 08/2019, Volume 175, pp. 323 - 334
A novel bio-based anion exchanger was developed to remove sulphate from synthetic solutions and mine water. Different modification parameters such as chemical... 
Water treatment | Amination | Factorial design | Surface analysis | Sustainable adsorbent | AQUEOUS-SOLUTIONS | SORPTION | IONS | ANION-EXCHANGERS | ADSORPTION | ARSENIC(V) REMOVAL | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | PUBLIC, ENVIRONMENTAL & OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH | TRACE PHOSPHATE REMOVAL | WASTE-WATER | BIOMASS | CR(VI)
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Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 04/2017, Volume 544, Issue 7651, pp. 427 - 433
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by Vogel, John P and Garvin, David F and Mockler, Todd C and Schmutz, Jeremy and Rokhsar, Dan and Bevan, Michael W and Barry, Kerrie and Lucas, Susan and Harmon-Smith, Miranda and Lail, Kathleen and Tice, Hope and Grimwood, Jane and McKenzie, Neil and Huo, Naxin and Gu, Yong Q and Lazo, Gerard R and Anderson, Olin D and You, Frank M and Luo, Ming-Cheng and Dvorak, Jan and Wright, Jonathan and Febrer, Melanie and Idziak, Dominika and Hasterok, Robert and Lindquist, Erika and Wang, Mei and Fox, Samuel E and Priest, Henry D and Filichkin, Sergei A and Givan, Scott A and Bryant, Douglas W and Chang, Jeff H and Wu, Haiyan and Wu, Wei and Hsia, An-Ping and Schnable, Patrick S and Kalyanaraman, Anantharaman and Barbazuk, Brad and Michael, Todd P and Hazen, Samuel P and Bragg, Jennifer N and Laudencia-Chingcuanco, Debbie and Weng, Yiqun and Haberer, Georg and Spannagl, Manuel and Mayer, Klaus and Rattei, Thomas and Mitros, Therese and Lee, Sang-Jik and Rose, Jocelyn K. C and Mueller, Lukas A and York, Thomas L and Wicker, Thomas and Buchmann, Jan P and Tanskanen, Jaakko and Schulman, Alan H and Gundlach, Heidrun and Beven, Michael and Costa De Oliveira, Antonio and Da C. Maia, Luciano and Belknap, William and Jiang, Ning and Lai, Jinsheng and Zhu, Liucun and Ma, Jianxin and Sun, Cheng and Pritham, Ellen and Salse, Jerome and Murat, Florent and Abrouk, Michael and Bruggmann, Remy and Messing, Joachim and Fahlgren, Noah and Sullivan, Christopher M and Carrington, James C and Chapman, Elisabeth J and May, Greg D and Zhai, Jixian and Ganssmann, Matthias and Gurazada, Sai Guna Ranjan and German, Marcelo and Meyers, Blake C and Green, Pamela J and Tyler, Ludmila and Wu, Jiajie and Thomson, James and Chen, Shan and Scheller, Henrik V and Harholt, Jesper and Ulvskov, Peter and Kimbrel, Jeffrey A and Bartley, Laura E and Cao, Peijian and Jung, Ki-Hong and Sharma, Manoj K and Vega-Sanchez, Miguel and Ronald, Pamela and Dardick, Christopher D and De Bodt, Stefanie and Verelst, Wim and ... and Int Brachypodium Initiative and International Brachypodium Initiative and The International Brachypodium Initiative and Oak Ridge National Lab. (ORNL), Oak Ridge, TN (United States). BioEnergy Science Center (BESC)
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 02/2010, Volume 463, Issue 7282, pp. 763 - 768
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Separation and Purification Technology, ISSN 1383-5866, 10/2013, Volume 118, pp. 842 - 846
Aluminium formate was prepared and its coagulation performance regarding different fractions of natural organic matter (NOM) was investigated. Aluminium... 
Water treatment | Fractionation | Aluminum formate | Natural organic matter | Coagulation | SEASONAL-VARIATIONS | ENHANCED COAGULATION | COAGULATION PERFORMANCE | ENGINEERING, CHEMICAL | IMPACT | SPECIATION | DISSOLVED ORGANIC-MATTER | CHARACTER | TRIHALOMETHANE PRECURSORS | Aquatic resources | Humic acid
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Nature Communications, ISSN 2041-1723, 2014, Volume 5, Issue 1, pp. 4737 - 4737
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Environmental Pollution, ISSN 0269-7491, 09/2019, Volume 252, Issue Pt A, pp. 281 - 288
Biological sulfate removal is challenging in cold climates due to the slower metabolism of mesophilic bacteria; however, cold conditions also offer the... 
Desulfobulbus | Sulfate-reducing bacteria | Mixed culture | Cold acclimation | Postgate medium | GEN. NOV | ACIDS | SP NOV | MINE DRAINAGE | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | COMMUNITY STRUCTURE | REMOVAL | WASTE-WATER | REDUCING BACTERIA | METAL | Index Medicus
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