Eugenie Fredrich

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Lipophilic corynebacteria are involved in the generation of volatile odorous products in the process of human body odor formation by degrading skin lipids and specific odor precursors. Therefore, these bacteria represent appropriate model systems for the cosmetic industry to examine axillary malodor formation on the molecular level. To understand the(More)
The microbial community of the human axilla plays a key role in the formation of axillary odor by biotransformation of odorless natural secretions into volatile odorous molecules. Culture-based microbiological and biochemical studies have allowed the characterization of the axillary microbiota, but the advent of next-generation culture-independent DNA(More)
Mixing and demixing (separation) are essential tasks in microfluidic devices, which seem to be contrary in nature. Accordingly, completely different strategies and devices are usually employed for their realization. We here present a microfluidic device which is capable of performing both these tasks as it can be operated in either mixing or demixing mode.(More)
  • E. Fredrich
  • Beiträge zur Klinik der Tuberkulose und…
  • 2005
Mit Hilfe vondirekten Färbemethoden konnten die meisten positiven Resultate durch die Färbung nach Osol erzielt werden. Ein Vergleich des Kulturverfahrens nachHohn mit dem gleichzeitig ausgeführten Tierversuch ergab, daß in 54 Fällen der Tierversuch 5 mal negativ ausfiel, während das Kulturverfahren nachHohn zu positiven Ergebnissen führte; in 6 anderen(More)
Axillary malodor is formed in a biotransformation of initially odorless sweat components by members of the human skin microbiota. Metatranscriptomics of the human armpit microbiota allows for the analysis of the active microbial community on taxonomical and functional levels. Taxonomic profiles of the active axillary microbiota of three males revealed an(More)
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