Stefan Wuertz
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Studying plasmid horizontal transfer in situ: a critical review
SJ Sørensen, M Bailey, LH Hansen, N Kroer, S Wuertz
Nature Reviews Microbiology 3 (9), 700-710, 2005
6482005
High rates of conjugation in bacterial biofilms as determined by quantitative in situ analysis
M Hausner, S Wuertz
Applied and environmental microbiology 65 (8), 3710-3713, 1999
5111999
16S rRNA-based assays for quantitative detection of universal, human-, cow-, and dog-specific fecal Bacteroidales: a Bayesian approach
BJ Kildare, CM Leutenegger, BS McSwain, DG Bambic, VB Rajal, ...
Water research 41 (16), 3701-3715, 2007
4362007
Nitrifying and heterotrophic population dynamics in biofilm reactors: effects of hydraulic retention time and the presence of organic carbon
R Nogueira, LF Melo, U Purkhold, S Wuertz, M Wagner
Water research 36 (2), 469-481, 2002
2672002
Quo vadis source tracking? Towards a strategic framework for environmental monitoring of fecal pollution
JW Santo Domingo, DG Bambic, TA Edge, S Wuertz
Water Research 41 (16), 3539-3552, 2007
2382007
Discrimination of viable and dead fecal Bacteroidales bacteria by quantitative PCR with propidium monoazide
S Bae, S Wuertz
Applied and environmental microbiology 75 (9), 2940-2944, 2009
2302009
Bacteria and archaea on Earth and their abundance in biofilms
HC Flemming, S Wuertz
Nature Reviews Microbiology 17 (4), 247-260, 2019
2142019
Automated confocal laser scanning microscopy and semiautomated image processing for analysis of biofilms
M Kuehn, M Hausner, HJ Bungartz, M Wagner, PA Wilderer, S Wuertz
Applied and environmental microbiology 64 (11), 4115-4127, 1998
2111998
Sorption properties of biofilms
R Späth, HC Flemming, S Wuertz
Water Science and Technology 37 (4-5), 207-210, 1998
1991998
Review of highway runoff characteristics: Comparative analysis and universal implications
M Kayhanian, BD Fruchtman, JS Gulliver, C Montanaro, E Ranieri, ...
Water research 46 (20), 6609-6624, 2012
1902012
Effect of flow regime on the architecture of a Pseudomonas fluorescens biofilm
MO Pereira, M Kuehn, S Wuertz, T Neu, LF Melo
Biotechnology and bioengineering 78 (2), 164-171, 2002
1722002
Validation of hollow fiber ultrafiltration and real-time PCR using bacteriophage PP7 as surrogate for the quantification of viruses from water samples
VB Rajal, BS McSwain, DE Thompson, CM Leutenegger, BJ Kildare, ...
Water Research 41 (7), 1411-1422, 2007
1622007
Rapid decay of host-specific fecal Bacteroidales cells in seawater as measured by quantitative PCR with propidium monoazide
S Bae, S Wuertz
Water research 43 (19), 4850-4859, 2009
1612009
Plasmids for heavy metal resistance in Alcaligenes eutrophus CH34: Mechanisms and applications
JM Collard, P Corbisier, L Diels, Q Dong, C Jeanthon, M Mergeay, ...
FEMS microbiology reviews 14 (4), 405-414, 1994
1561994
Toxic effects of tin compounds on microorganisms
JJ Cooney, S Wuertz
Journal of industrial Microbiology 4 (5), 375-402, 1989
1511989
Microbial communities and their interactions in biofilm systems: an overview
S Wuertz, S Okabe, M Hausner
Water Science and Technology 49 (11-12), 327-336, 2004
1382004
Characterization of activated sludge flocs by confocal laser scanning microscopy and image analysis
M Schmid, A Thill, U Purkhold, M Walcher, JY Bottero, P Ginestet, ...
Water research 37 (9), 2043-2052, 2003
1342003
Modern scientific methods and their potential in wastewater science and technology
PA Wilderer, HJ Bungartz, H Lemmer, M Wagner, J Keller, S Wuertz
Water Research 36 (2), 370-393, 2002
1302002
Regulation of the cnr cobalt and nickel resistance determinant of Ralstonia eutropha (Alcaligenes eutrophus) CH34
C Tibazarwa, S Wuertz, M Mergeay, L Wyns, D van Der Lelie
Journal of Bacteriology 182 (5), 1399-1409, 2000
1302000
Discharge-based QMRA for estimation of public health risks from exposure to stormwater-borne pathogens in recreational waters in the United States
GB McBride, R Stott, W Miller, D Bambic, S Wuertz
Water Research 47 (14), 5282-5297, 2013
1272013
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