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Remediation of dyes in textile effluent: a critical review on current treatment technologies with a proposed alternative
T Robinson, G McMullan, R Marchant, P Nigam
Bioresource technology 77 (3), 247-255, 2001
70172001
Microbial decolorization of textile-dyecontaining effluents: a review
IM Banat, P Nigam, D Singh, R Marchant
Bioresource technology 58 (3), 217-227, 1996
29011996
Microbial biosurfactants production, applications and future potential
IM Banat, A Franzetti, I Gandolfi, G Bestetti, MG Martinotti, L Fracchia, ...
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 87, 427-444, 2010
19172010
Microbial decolourisation and degradation of textile dyes
G McMullan, C Meehan, A Conneely, N Kirby, T Robinson, P Nigam, ...
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 56, 81-87, 2001
13032001
Physical removal of textile dyes from effluents and solid-state fermentation of dye-adsorbed agricultural residues
P Nigam, G Armour, IM Banat, D Singh, R Marchant
Bioresource technology 72 (3), 219-226, 2000
9732000
Immobilization technologies and support materials suitable in alcohol beverages production: a review
Y Kourkoutas, A Bekatorou, IM Banat, R Marchant, AA Koutinas
Food microbiology 21 (4), 377-397, 2004
8512004
A response surface approach for the comparison of lipase production by Candida cylindracea using two different carbon sources
RV Muralidhar, RR Chirumamila, R Marchant, P Nigam
Biochemical Engineering Journal 9 (1), 17-23, 2001
8282001
Resazurin-based 96-well plate microdilution method for the determination of minimum inhibitory concentration of biosurfactants
M Elshikh, S Ahmed, S Funston, P Dunlop, M McGaw, R Marchant, ...
Biotechnology letters 38, 1015-1019, 2016
6652016
Enhanced bioremediation of n-alkane in petroleum sludge using bacterial consortium amended with rhamnolipid and micronutrients
KSM Rahman, TJ Rahman, Y Kourkoutas, I Petsas, R Marchant, IM Banat
Bioresource technology 90 (2), 159-168, 2003
6632003
Microbial process for the decolorization of textile effluent containing azo, diazo and reactive dyes
P Nigam, IM Banat, D Singh, R Marchant
Process biochemistry 31 (5), 435-442, 1996
6541996
Microbial biosurfactants: challenges and opportunities for future exploitation
R Marchant, IM Banat
Trends in biotechnology 30 (11), 558-565, 2012
5592012
Biosurfactants: a sustainable replacement for chemical surfactants?
R Marchant, IM Banat
Biotechnology letters 34, 1597-1605, 2012
5122012
Rhamnolipid Biosurfactant Production by Strains of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Using Low‐Cost Raw Materials
KSM Rahman, TJ Rahman, S McClean, R Marchant, IM Banat
Biotechnology progress 18 (6), 1277-1281, 2002
4242002
Ethanol production at elevated temperatures and alcohol concentrations: Part I–Yeasts in general
IM Banat, P Nigam, D Singh, R Marchant, AP McHale
world Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 14, 809-821, 1998
3151998
Membrane systems associated with the plasmalemma of plant cells
R Marchant, AW Robards
Annals of Botany 32 (3), 457-471, 1968
3151968
Microbial biosurfactants: current trends and applications in agricultural and biomedical industries
PJ Naughton, R Marchant, V Naughton, IM Banat
Journal of applied microbiology 127 (1), 12-28, 2019
3102019
Isolation of thermotolerant, fermentative yeasts growing at 52 C and producing ethanol at 45 C and 50 C
IM Banat, P Nigam, R Marchant
World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 8, 259-263, 1992
2821992
Effect of environmental conditions on biological decolorization of textile dyestuff by C. versicolor
IK Kapdan, F Kargia, G McMullan, R Marchant
Enzyme and microbial technology 26 (5-6), 381-387, 2000
2792000
Decolourisation of synthetic textile dyes by Phlebia tremellosa
N Kirby, R Marchant, G McMullan
FEMS Microbiology Letters 188 (1), 93-96, 2000
2552000
Production and roles of biosurfactants and bioemulsifiers in accessing hydrophobic substrates.
A Perfumo, T Smyth, R Marchant, I Banat
Handbook of hydrocarbon and lipid microbiology, 1501-1512, 2010
2182010
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