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Publications Database
Abstract Number Title Authorssort icon Year Published
1997-002 Spatial distribution and coexistence of klebsiella pneumoniae and pseudomonas aeruginosa in biofilms Stewart, P.S., A.K. Camper, S.D. Handran, C.-T. Huang, and M. Warnecke 1997
2000-005 Effect of catalase on hydrogen peroxide penetration into pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms Stewart, P.S., F. Roe, J. Rayner, J.G. Elkins, Z. Lewandowski, U.A. Ochsner, and D.J. Hassett 2000
2001-029 Biofilm penetration and disinfection efficacy of alkaline hypochlorite and chlorosulfamates Stewart, P.S., J. Rayner, F. Roe, and W.M. Rees 2001
1998-023 Analysis of biocide transport limitation in an artificial biofilm system Stewart, P.S., L. Grab, and J.A. Diemer 1998
1996-007 Modeling biocide action against biofilms Stewart, P.S., M.A. Hamilton, B.R. Goldstein, and B.T. Schneider 1996
1995-025 Biofilm structural heterogeneity visualized by three microscopic methods Stewart, P.S., R. Murga, R. Srinivasan, and D. deBeer 1995
1994-009 Comparison of respiratory activity and culturability during monochloramine disinfection of binary population biofilms Stewart, P.S., T. Griebe, R. Srinivasan, C.-I. Chen, F.P. Yu, D. DeBeer, and G.A. McFeters 1994
1999-001 Electrolytic generation of oxygen partially explains electrical enhancement of tobramycin efficacy against pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilm Stewart, P.S., W. Wattanakaroon, L. Goodrum, S.M. Fortun, and B.R. McLeod 1999
1995-029 Implications of reaction-diffusion theory for the disinfection of microbial biofilms by reactive antimicrobial agents Stewart, PS. and J.B. Raquepa 1995
1999-035 Biofilm structure and influence on biofouling under laminar and turbulent flows Stoodley P, Boyle J, Cunningham AB, Dodds I, Lappin-Scott HM, Lewandowski Z 1999
1999-010 Evolving perspectives of biofilm structure Stoodley P, Boyle JD, de Beer D, Lappin-Scott HM 1999
1994-023 Liquid flow in biofilm systems Stoodley P, de Beer D, and Lewandowski Z 1994
2000-039 Environmental and genetic factors influencing biofilm structure Stoodley P, Hall-Stoodley L, Boyle JD, Jorgensen F, and Lappin-Scott HM 2000
2001-022 Detachment, surface migration, and other dynamic behavior in bacterial biofilms revealed by digital time-lapse imaging Stoodley P, Hall-Stoodley L, Lappin-Scott H.M 2001
2001-012 The influence of fluid shear and AlCl3 on the material properties of Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1 and Desulfovibrio sp. EX265 biofilms Stoodley P, Jacobsen A, Dunsmore BC, Purevdorj B, Wilson S, Lappin-Scott HM, Costerton JW 2001
1999-011 Structural deformation of bacterial biofilms caused by short-term fluctuations in fluid shear: an in situ investigation of biofilm rheology Stoodley P, Lewandowksi Z, Boyle JD, Lappin-Scott HM 1999
2005-046 Clinical significance of seeding dispersal in biofilms: A response Stoodley P, Purevdorj-Gage B, Costerton JW 2005
2001-038 Detachment and other dynamic processes in bacterial biofilms Stoodley P, Wilson S, Cargo R, Piscitteli C, Rupp CJ 2001
2001-034 Growth and detachment of cell clusters from mature mixed species biofilms Stoodley P, Wilson S, Hall-Stoodley L, Boyle JD, Lappin-Scott HM, Costerton JW 2001
2003-016 Use of flow cells and annular reactors to study biofilms Stoodley, P. and B.K. Warwood 2003