Nicolai Mueller
Nicolai Mueller
Scientific Associate, University of Konstanz
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Syntrophic butyrate and propionate oxidation processes: from genomes to reaction mechanisms
N Müller, P Worm, B Schink, AJM Stams, CM Plugge
Environmental microbiology reports 2 (4), 489-499, 2010
A Proteomic View at the Biochemistry of Syntrophic Butyrate Oxidation in Syntrophomonas wolfei
A Schmidt, N Müller, B Schink, D Schleheck
PLoS one 8 (2), e56905, 2013
Implementing biofilm carriers into activated sludge process—15 years of experience
N Müller
Water science and technology 37 (9), 167-174, 1998
Syntrophy in methanogenic degradation
P Worm, N Müller, CM Plugge, AJM Stams, B Schink
(Endo) symbiotic methanogenic archaea, 143-173, 2010
Syntrophy in methanogenic degradation
P Worm, N Müller, CM Plugge, AJM Stams, B Schink
(Endo) symbiotic methanogenic archaea, 143-173, 2010
Genome-guided analysis of physiological and morphological traits of the fermentative acetate oxidizer Thermacetogenium phaeum
D Oehler, A Poehlein, A Leimbach, N Müller, R Daniel, G Gottschalk, ...
BMC genomics 13 (1), 1-13, 2012
Hydrogen or formate: Alternative key players in methanogenic degradation
B Schink, D Montag, A Keller, N Müller
Environmental Microbiology Reports 9 (3), 189-202, 2017
Dominant sugar utilizers in sediment of Lake Constance depend on syntrophic cooperation with methanogenic partner organisms
N Müller, BM Griffin, U Stingl, B Schink
Environmental Microbiology 10 (6), 1501-1511, 2008
Involvement of NADH: acceptor oxidoreductase and butyryl coenzyme A dehydrogenase in reversed electron transport during syntrophic butyrate oxidation by Syntrophomonas wolfei
N Müller, D Schleheck, B Schink
Journal of bacteriology 191 (19), 6167-6177, 2009
Widespread bacterial lysine degradation proceeding via glutarate and L-2-hydroxyglutarate
S Knorr, M Sinn, D Galetskiy, RM Williams, C Wang, N Müller, O Mayans, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-10, 2018
Effects of hydrogen and acetate on benzene mineralisation under sulphate-reducing conditions
J Rakoczy, KM Schleinitz, N Müller, HH Richnow, C Vogt
FEMS microbiology ecology 77 (2), 238-247, 2011
Degradation of gallic acid and hydrolysable polyphenols is constitutively activated in the freshwater plant-associated bacterium Matsuebacter sp. FB25
N Müller, M Hempel, B Philipp, EM Gross
Aquatic microbial ecology 47 (1), 83-90, 2007
Anaerobic Degradation of the Plant Sugar Sulfoquinovose Concomitant With H2S Production: Escherichia coli K-12 and Desulfovibrio sp. Strain DF1 as Co …
A Burrichter, K Denger, P Franchini, T Huhn, N Müller, D Spiteller, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 9, 2792, 2018
Degradation of acetaldehyde and its precursors by Pelobacter carbinolicus and P. acetylenicus
A Schmidt, M Frensch, D Schleheck, B Schink, N Müller
PLoS One 9 (12), e115902, 2014
Glycerol and mixture of carbon sources conversion to hydrogen by Clostridium beijerinckii DSM791 and effects of various heavy metals on hydrogenase activity
K Trchounian, N Müller, B Schink, A Trchounian
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 42 (12), 7875-7882, 2017
Methanogens: syntrophic metabolism
JR Sieber, MJ McInerney, N Müller, B Schink, RP Gunsalus, CM Plugge
Univ. of Oklahoma, Norman, OK (United States), 2018
Three Novel Clostridia Isolates Produce n-Caproate and iso-Butyrate from Lactate: Comparative Genomics of Chain-Elongating Bacteria
B Liu, D Popp, N Müller, H Sträuber, H Harms, S Kleinsteuber
Microorganisms 8 (12), 1970, 2020
Alternative Pathways of Acetogenic Ethanol and Methanol Degradation in the Thermophilic Anaerobe Thermacetogenium phaeum
A Keller, B Schink, N Müller
Frontiers in microbiology 10, 423, 2019
Fermentation of glycerol by Anaerobium acetethylicum and its potential use in biofuel production
Y Patil, M Junghare, N Müller
Microbial biotechnology 10 (1), 203-217, 2017
Enzymes involved in the anaerobic degradation of phenol by the sulfate-reducing bacterium Desulfatiglans anilini
X Xie, N Müller
BMC microbiology 18 (1), 1-10, 2018
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