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    Cooperation between Candidatus Competibacter and Candidatus Accumulibacter clade I, in denitrification and phosphate removal processes \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
    Rubio-Rincón, F.J. \ Lopez-Vazquez, C.M. \ Welles, L. \ Loosdrecht, M.C.M. van \ 2017
    Although simultaneous P-removal and nitrate reduction has been observed in laboratory studies as well as full-scale plants, there are contradictory reports on the ability of PAO I to efficiently use nitrate as electron acceptor. Such discrepancy coul ...
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    Long-term effects of sulphide on the enhanced biological removal of phosphorus: the symbiotic role of Thiothrix caldifontis \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
    Rubio-Rincón, F.J. \ Welles, L. \ Lopez-Vazquez, C.M. \ Nierychlo, M. \ Abbas, B. \ Geleijnse, M. \ Nielsen, P.H. \ Loosdrecht, M.C.M. van \ Brdjanovic, D. \ 2017
    Thiothrix caldifontis was the dominant microorganism (with an estimated bio-volume of 65 ± 3%) in a lab-scale enhanced biological phosphorus removal (EBPR) system containing 100 mg of sulphide per litre in the influent. After a gradual exposure to th ...
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    “Candidatus Accumulibacter delftensis”: a clade IC novel polyphosphate-accumulating organism without denitrifying activity on nitrate \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
    Rubio-Rincón, F.J. \ Weissbrodt, D.G. \ Lopez-Vazquez, C.M. \ Welles, L. \ Abbas, B. \ Albertsen, M. \ Nielsen, P.H. \ Loosdrecht, M.C.M. van \ Brdjanovic, D. \ 2019
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    Effects of electron acceptors on sulphate reduction activity in activated sludge processes \ Applied microbiology and biotechnology [Artikel]
    Rubio-Rincón, F. \ Lopez-Vazquez, C. \ Welles, L. \ Brand, T. van den \ Abbas, B. \ Loosdrecht, M. van \ Brdjanovic, D. \ 2017
    The concentration of sulphate present in wastewater can vary from 10 to 500 mg SO4 2−/L. During anaerobic conditions, sulphate is reduced to sulphide by sulphate-reducing bacteria (SRB). Sulphide generation is undesired in wastewater treatment plants ...
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