Harold J. Schreier

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University of Maryland, Baltimore County 
Area:
Microbial physiology, microbial genetics, gene regulation, microbial ecology
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Avery SE, Ruzbarsky SP, Hise AM, et al. (2020) Genetic and Physiological Characterization of the Antibacterial Activity of Strain T1 Effective Against -Bearing . Applied and Environmental Microbiology
Marmont LS, Whitfield GB, Pfoh R, et al. (2020) PelX is a UDP-N-acetylglucosamine C4-epimerase involved in Pel polysaccharide-dependent biofilm formation. The Journal of Biological Chemistry
Schreier HJ. (2020) Draft Genome Sequence of sp. Strain ISO12, a Candidate Probiotic Isolated from the Intestine of . Microbiology Resource Announcements. 9
McDonald RC, Watts JEM, Schreier HJ. (2020) Corrigendum: Effect of Diet on the Enteric Microbiome of the Wood-Eating Catfish . Frontiers in Microbiology. 11: 331
McDonald RC, Watts JEM, Schreier HJ. (2019) Effect of Diet on the Enteric Microbiome of the Wood-Eating Catfish . Frontiers in Microbiology. 10: 2687
Qiu G, Liu X, Saw NMMT, et al. (2019) Metabolic traits of Ca. Accumulibacter clade IIF strain SCELSE-1 using amino acids as carbon sources for enhanced biological phosphorus removal. Environmental Science & Technology
Law Y, Matysik A, Chen X, et al. (2019) High dissolved oxygen selection against Nitrospira sublineage I in full-scale activated sludge. Environmental Science & Technology
Brailo M, Schreier HJ, McDonald R, et al. (2019) Bacterial community analysis of marine recirculating aquaculture system bioreactors for complete nitrogen removal established from a commercial inoculum. Aquaculture (Amsterdam, Netherlands). 503: 198-206
Schreier HJ. (2018) Draft Genome Sequence of Marine sp. Strain ISO11, a Candidate Finfish and Shellfish Probiotic. Microbiology Resource Announcements. 7
Varlet M, Williams R, Bouvet C, et al. (2018) Single (1:1) vs. double (1:2) metronomes for the spontaneous entrainment and stabilisation of human rhythmic movements. Experimental Brain Research
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