Gramine-induced growth inhibition, oxidative damage and antioxidant responses in freshwater cyanobacterium Microcystis aeruginosa.
- Yu-Chuau Hong, Hong-Ying Hu, Xing Xie, A. Sakoda, M. Sagehashi, Feng-min Li
- BiologyAquatic Toxicology
- 19 February 2009
Responses of enzymatic antioxidants and non-enzymatic antioxidants in the cyanobacterium Microcystis aeruginosa to the allelochemical ethyl 2-methyl acetoacetate (EMA) isolated from reed (Phragmites…
- Yu-Chuau Hong, Hong-Ying Hu, Xing Xie, Feng-min Li
- BiologyJournal of plant physiology
- 25 August 2008
Inactivation of Bacteria by Peracetic Acid Combined with UV Irradiation: Mechanism and Optimization.
- Tianqi Zhang, Ting Wang, Benjamin Mejia-Tickner, Jessica Kissel, Xing Xie, Ching-Hua Huang
- Biology, EngineeringEnvironmental Science and Technology
- 9 July 2020
Pre-exposure of PAA followed by UV/PAA was demonstrated to yield the highest disinfection efficiency, and PAA-UV-PAA could achieve additional 4.7-5.4 log inactivation of E. coli, E. durans, and S. epidermidis in clean water and secondary/tertiary wastewater effluents when the same amounts of P AA and UV doses were applied in both approaches.
Development of nanowire-modified electrodes applied in the locally enhanced electric field treatment (LEEFT) for water disinfection
- Jianfeng Zhou, Cecilia Yu, Ting Wang, Xing Xie
- Materials Science
- 30 June 2020
Locally enhanced electric field treatment (LEEFT) is introduced as a nanowire-enabled physical water disinfection method with the advantages of low energy consumption, wide spectrum effectivity, and…
Microwave-induced release and degradation of airborne antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs) from Escherichia coli bioaerosol based on microwave absorbing material.
- Can Wang, Lu Song, Zhiwei Zhang, Yizhu Wang, Xing Xie
- Environmental ScienceJournal of Hazardous Materials
- 13 March 2020
Microfluidics for Environmental Applications.
- Ting Wang, Cecilia Yu, Xing Xie
- EngineeringAdvances in Biochemical Engineering/Biotechnology
- 22 May 2020
This chapter aims to review the applications of microfluidics in environmental science and engineering - with a particular focus on the foregoing topics.
Nanowire-Modified Three-Dimensional Electrode Enabling Low-Voltage Electroporation for Water Disinfection.
- Zheng‐Yang Huo, Xing Xie, Tong Yu, Yun Lu, Chao Feng, Hong-Ying Hu
- EngineeringEnvironmental Science and Technology
- 1 July 2016
A new copper oxide nanowire (CuONW)-modified three-dimensional copper foam electrode is developed using a facile thermal oxidation approach for water disinfection using EDCs with great potential for practical applications.
Carbon-nanotube sponges enabling highly efficient and reliable cell inactivation by low-voltage electroporation
- Zheng‐Yang Huo, Yufeng Luo, Hong-Ying Hu
- Biology, Engineering
- 12 October 2017
The CNT sponge EDC can be easily powered by batteries or solar cells and shows the best energy consumption performance among all the cell inactivation technologies.
Locally Enhanced Electric Field Treatment (LEEFT) Promotes the Performance of Ozonation for Bacterial Inactivation by Disrupting Cell Membrane.
- Jianfeng Zhou, Ting Wang, Xing Xie
- BiologyEnvironmental Science and Technology
- 17 September 2020
The application of LEEFT as a pretreatment process is beneficial to reduce the ozone dosage and disinfection by-product formation with a broader inactivation spectrum, which facilitates the application of ozonation in primary water disinfection.
Self-Driven “Microfiltration” Enabled by Porous Superabsorbent Polymer (PSAP) Beads for Biofluid Specimen Processing and Storage
- Wensi Chen, Ting Wang, Zeou Dou, Xing Xie
- Biology, EngineeringACS Materials Letters
- 21 October 2020
P porous superabsorbent polymer (PSAP) beads for fast and self-driven “microfiltration” of biofluid samples are developed and successfully demonstrated that this treatment can reduce sample volume, self-aliquot the liquid sample, avoid microbial contamination, separate plasma from blood cells, stabilize target species inside the beads, and enable long-term storage at room temperature.