Publications

Publications

EuroMicropH - COST Publications

1.EuroMicropH publications


This is the list of papers published under the framework of the EuroMicropH-COST Action CA18113. A paper qualifies for this list if 1)  this paper is a collaboration of at least two EuroMicropH partners from two different member countries,  if 2) the content of this publication is in line with the overall objective of the action and  if, 3) in the acknowledgements of your manuscripts the following statement is printed:

“The work of authors_name(s) was done within the framework of EuroMicropH-COST Action CA18113”.

Antonie van Leeuwenhoek
2021
Anhydrobiosis in yeast: role of cortical endoplasmic reticulum protein Ist2 in Saccharomyces cerevisiae cells during dehydration and subsequent rehydration
Edgars Dauss, Klara Papouskova, Hana Sychrova, Alexander Rapoport
FEMS Microbiology Letters
2021
Metabolite transport and its impact on metabolic engineering approaches
Gennaro Agrimi, Matthias G. Steiger
Genes
2020
Comparative Review of the Responses of Listeria monocytogenes and Escherichia coli to Low pH Stress
Talia Arcari, Marie-Lucie Feger, Duarte N Guerreiro, Jialun Wu, Conor P O'Byrne
Front. Microbiol.
2020
Understanding How Microorganisms Respond to Acid pH Is Central to Their Control and Successful Exploitation
Peter A. Lund, Daniela De Biase, Oded Liran, Ott Scheler, Nuno Pereira Mira, Zeynep Cetecioglu, Estefanía Noriega Fernández, Sara Bover-Cid, Rebecca Hall, Michael Sauer and Conor O’Byrne

2.Associated publications

The following articles have been published by partners of the EuroMicropH COST action and contain relevant information for the EuroMicropH community.

Communications Chemistry volume
2020
Enzymatic kinetic resolution of desmethylphosphinothricin indicates that phosphinic group is a bioisostere of carboxyl group
Daniela De Biase, Francesca Cappadocio, Eugenia Pennacchietti, Fabio Giovannercole, Antonio Coluccia, Jouko Vepsäläinen & Alex Khomutov

To add publications, either to list 1 or 2, please contact the Science Communication Manager.