Rainer Krull
Rainer Krull
Technische Universtät Braunschweig, Institute of Biochemical Engineering
Verified email at tu-braunschweig.de
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Disintegration of sewage sludges and influence on anaerobic digestion
J Müller, G Lehne, J Schwedes, S Battenberg, R Näveke, J Kopp, N Dichtl, ...
Water Science and Technology 38 (8-9), 425-433, 1998
Morphology and productivity of filamentous fungi
LH Grimm, S Kelly, R Krull, DC Hempel
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 69 (4), 375, 2005
Characterization and control of fungal morphology for improved production performance in biotechnology
R Krull, T Wucherpfennig, ME Esfandabadi, R Walisko, G Melzer, ...
Journal of Biotechnology 163 (2), 112-123, 2013
Oxidative treatment of digested sewage sludge with ozone
A Scheminski, R Krull, DC Hempel
Water science and technology 42 (9), 151-158, 2000
Improved enzyme production by bio‐pellets of Aspergillus niger: Targeted morphology engineering using titanate microparticles
H Driouch, R Hänsch, T Wucherpfennig, R Krull, C Wittmann
Biotechnology and Bioengineering 109 (2), 462-471, 2012
Morphology engineering-osmolality and its effect on Aspergillus niger morphology and productivity
T Wucherpfennig, T Hestler, R Krull
Microbial cell factories 10 (1), 58, 2011
Morphology and rheology in filamentous cultivations
T Wucherpfennig, KA Kiep, H Driouch, C Wittmann, R Krull
Advances in applied microbiology 72, 89-136, 2010
Kinetic studies on the aggregation of Aspergillus niger conidia
LH Grimm, S Kelly, J Hengstler, A Göbel, R Krull, DC Hempel
Biotechnology and bioengineering 87 (2), 213-218, 2004
Combined biological and chemical treatment of highly concentrated residual dyehouse liquors
R Krull, M Hemmi, P Otto, DC Hempel
Water science and technology 38 (4-5), 339-346, 1998
Agitation effects on submerged growth and product formation of Aspergillus niger
S Kelly, LH Grimm, J Hengstler, E Schultheis, R Krull, DC Hempel
Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering 26 (5), 315-323, 2004
Recent advances in mechanical characterisation of biofilm and their significance for material modelling
M Böl, AE Ehret, A Bolea Albero, J Hellriegel, R Krull
Critical reviews in biotechnology 33 (2), 145-171, 2013
3D finite element model of biofilm detachment using real biofilm structures from CLSM data
M Böl, RB Möhle, M Haesner, TR Neu, H Horn, R Krull
Biotechnology and Bioengineering 103 (1), 177-186, 2009
Effects of fluid dynamic induced shear stress on fungal growth and morphology
S Kelly, LH Grimm, C Bendig, DC Hempel, R Krull
Process Biochemistry 41 (10), 2113-2117, 2006
Morphology of Filamentous Fungi: Linking Cellular Biology to Process Engineering Using Aspergillus niger
R Krull, C Cordes, H Horn, I Kampen, A Kwade, TR Neu, B Nörtemann
Biosystems Engineering II, 1-21, 2010
Microfluidic reactor for continuous cultivation of Saccharomyces cerevisiae
A Edlich, V Magdanz, D Rasch, S Demming, S Aliasghar Zadeh, ...
Biotechnology progress 26 (5), 1259-1270, 2010
Effect of volumetric power input by aeration and agitation on pellet morphology and product formation of Aspergillus niger
PJ Lin, A Scholz, R Krull
Biochemical engineering journal 49 (2), 213-220, 2010
The role of initial spore adhesion in pellet and biofilm formation in Aspergillus niger
BE Priegnitz, A Wargenau, U Brandt, M Rohde, S Dietrich, A Kwade, ...
Fungal genetics and biology 49 (1), 30-38, 2012
Recent advances in microbial biopolymer production and purification
D Kreyenschulte, R Krull, A Margaritis
Critical reviews in biotechnology 34 (1), 1-15, 2014
An in vitro urinary tract catheter system to investigate biofilm development in catheter-associated urinary tract infections
K Dohnt, M Sauer, M Müller, K Atallah, M Weidemann, P Gronemeyer, ...
Journal of microbiological methods 87 (3), 302-308, 2011
Polyelectrolyte multilayer surface functionalization of poly (dimethylsiloxane)(PDMS) for reduction of yeast cell adhesion in microfluidic devices
H Schmolke, S Demming, A Edlich, V Magdanz, S Büttgenbach, ...
Biomicrofluidics 4 (4), 044113, 2010
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