The articles published in Journal of Microbial & Biochemical Technology have been cited 2085 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Journal of Microbial & Biochemical Technology.
Jagannathan S, Gandhi PR, Vijayakumar R (2013) Kinetics Analysis of Beta-propiolactone with Tangential Flow Filtration (TFF). Journal of Biological Sciences 13:521-7.
Watanabe S, Tanimoto Y, Nishiwaki H, Watanabe Y (2015) Identification and characterization of bifunctional proline racemase/hydroxyproline epimerase from archaea: discrimination of substrates and molecular evolution. PloS one 10:e0120349.
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Ukuku DO, Bari ML, Kassama LS, Mukhopadhyay S, Olanya M (2015) Survival, injury and inactivation of human bacterial pathogens in foods: Effect of non-thermal treatments. InFoodborne Pathogens and Food Safety (pp. 82-96). CRC Press.
Saldaña G, Álvarez I, Condón S, Raso J (2014) Microbiological aspects related to the feasibility of PEF technology for food pasteurization. Critical reviews in food science and nutrition 54:1415-26.
Barba FJ, Parniakov O, Pereira SA, Wiktor A, Grimi N, et al. (2015) Current applications and new opportunities for the use of pulsed electric fields in food science and industry. Food Research International 77:773-98.
Muhamad II, Pa’e N, Zahan KA (2017) Sustainable and Economical Production of Biocellulose from Agricultural Wastes in Reducing Global Warming and Preservation of the Forestry. InSustainable Economic Development (pp. 141-154). Springer International Publishing.
John VF, Mechoor A, Rathnan RK, Soloman PA. Production of Bacterial Cellulose and Cellulase Enzyme using Wastepaper Hydrolysate and Coconut Water as Dual Cheap Carbon Sources.
Rangaswamy BE, Vanitha KP, Hungund BS (2015) Microbial cellulose production from bacteria isolated from rotten fruit. International Journal of Polymer Science.
Adnan A, Nair GR, Lay MC, Swan JE, Umar R (2015) GLYCEROL AS A CHEAPER CARBON SOURCE IN BACTERIAL CELLULOSE (BC) PRODUCTION BY GLUCONACETOBACTER XYLINUS DSM46604 IN BATCH FERMENTATION SYSTEM. Malaysian Journal of Analytical Sciences 19:1131-6.
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Augimeri RV, Varley AJ, Strap JL (2015) Establishing a role for bacterial cellulose in environmental interactions: lessons learned from diverse biofilm-producing Proteobacteria. Frontiers in microbiology 6:1282.
Hegde S, Bhadri G, Narsapur K, Koppal S, Oswal P, et al. (2013) Statistical optimization of medium components by response surface methodology for enhanced production of bacterial cellulose by Gluconacetobacter persimmonis. J Bioprocess Biotech 4:1À5.
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Qiu K, Netravali AN (2014) A review of fabrication and applications of bacterial cellulose based nanocomposites. Polymer Reviews 54:598-626.
Shah N, Ul-Islam M, Khattak WA, Park JK (2013) Overview of bacterial cellulose composites: a multipurpose advanced material. Carbohydrate Polymers 98:1585-98.
Liu ZL (2012) Unification of gene expression data for comparable analyses under stress conditions. InMicrobial Stress Tolerance for Biofuels (pp. 279-299). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
Patil NR, Rasal VP, Malabade RH (2014) Screening of Mandarin Oil on Indomethcin Induced Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Wistar Rats. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research 48:1-6.
Sharma A, Ahmad S, Harikumar SL. Pharmacognosy, Phytochemistry & Pharmacology of Cassia Javanica Linn.: A.