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Microbial dark matter ecogenomics reveals complex synergistic networks in a methanogenic bioreactor
Ecogenomic investigation of a methanogenic bioreactor degrading terephthalate (TA) allowed elucidation of complex synergistic networks of uncultivated microorganisms, including those from candidate… Expand
Microbial communities in anaerobic digestion processes for waste and wastewater treatment: a microbiological update.
Anaerobic digestion technology is the biological treatment of organic waste and wastewater without input of external electron acceptors (oxygen), offering the potential to reduce treatment cost and… Expand
The nexus of syntrophy-associated microbiota in anaerobic digestion revealed by long-term enrichment and community survey.
- T. Narihiro, M. Nobu, Na-Kyung Kim, Y. Kamagata, W. Liu
- Medicine, Biology
- Environmental microbiology
- 1 May 2015
Anaerobic digestion (AD) processes are known to effectively convert organic waste to CO2 and CH4 , but much of the microbial ecology remains unclear. Specifically, we have limited insights into… Expand
Chasing the elusive Euryarchaeota class WSA2: genomes reveal a uniquely fastidious methyl-reducing methanogen
The ecophysiology of one candidate methanogen class WSA2 (or Arc I) remains largely uncharacterized, despite the long history of research on Euryarchaeota methanogenesis. To expand our understanding… Expand
Quantitative detection of previously characterized syntrophic bacteria in anaerobic wastewater treatment systems by sequence-specific rRNA cleavage method.
- T. Narihiro, T. Terada, A. Ohashi, Y. Kamagata, K. Nakamura, Y. Sekiguchi
- Medicine, Chemistry
- Water research
- 1 May 2012
Quantitative monitoring method of two important trophic groups of bacteria in methanogenic communities was established and applied to six different anaerobic processes. The method we employed was… Expand
MS2 bacteriophage reduction and microbial communities in biosand filters.
- Hanting Wang, T. Narihiro, +7 authors T. Nguyen
- Medicine, Environmental Science
- Environmental science & technology
- 6 June 2014
This study evaluated the role of physical and biological filter characteristics on the reduction of MS2 bacteriophage in biosand filters (BSFs). Three full-scale concrete Version 10 BSFs, each with a… Expand
Comparative analysis of bacterial and archaeal communities in methanogenic sludge granules from upflow anaerobic sludge blanket reactors treating various food-processing, high-strength organic…
A comprehensive survey of bacterial and archaeal community structures within granular sludges taken from twelve different types of full-scale, food-processing wastewater-treating, upflow anaerobic… Expand
Isolation of microorganisms involved in reduction of crystalline iron(III) oxides in natural environments
Reduction of crystalline Fe(III) oxides is one of the most important electron sinks for organic compound oxidation in natural environments. Yet the limited number of isolates makes it difficult to… Expand
Oligonucleotide primers, probes and molecular methods for the environmental monitoring of methanogenic archaea
For the identification and quantification of methanogenic archaea (methanogens) in environmental samples, various oligonucleotide probes/primers targeting phylogenetic markers of methanogens, such as… Expand
Evaluating digestion efficiency in full-scale anaerobic digesters by identifying active microbial populations through the lens of microbial activity
Anaerobic digestion is a common technology to biologically stabilize wasted solids produced in municipal wastewater treatment. Its efficiency is usually evaluated by calculating the reduction in… Expand