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Superfund Research Program

Brian K. Kinkle

University of Cincinnati
Department of Biological Sciences
PO Box 210006
Cincinnati, Ohio 45221-0006
Phone: 513-556-9756
Fax: 513-556-5299
Email: Brian.Kinkle@UC.Edu

Projects

Publications

2006

  • Jjemba PK, Kinkle BK, Shann JR. 2006. In-situ enumeration and probing of pyrene-degrading soil bacteria. FEMS Microbiol Ecol 55(2):287-298. PMID:16420636
  • Mueller KE, Mueller-Spitz SR, Henry HF, Vonderheide AP, Soman RS, Kinkle BK, Shann JR. 2006. Fate of pentabrominated diphenyl ethers in soil: abiotic sorption, plant uptake, and the impact of interspecific plant interactions. Environ Sci Technol 40(21):6662-6667. PMID:17144293
  • Mueller-Spitz SR, Vonderheide AP, Shann JR, Caruso JA, Kinkle BK. 2006. Use of SEC-ICP-MS with a collision cell for determining the interaction of chromium with DNA extracted from metal-contaminated soils. Anal Bioanal Chem 386(1):142-51. PMID:16868731

2005

  • Cheung P, Kinkle BK. 2005. Changes in Mycobacterium spp. population structure and pyrene mineralization in polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon-amended soils. Soil Biol Biochem 37(10):1929-1937.

2004

  • Jing GS, Hollis G, Polaczyk A, Eluru HB, Kinkle BK, Mast D, Oerther DB, Papautsky I. 2004. Developing rapid detection of mycobacteria using microwaves. Analyst 129(10):963-969. PMID:15457331
  • Popa R, Kinkle BK. 2004. Isolation of Thiomonas thermosulfatus strain 51, a species capable of coupling biogenic pyritization with chemiosmotic energy transduction. Geomicrobiol J 21(4):297-309.
  • Popa R, Kinkle BK, Badescu A. 2004. Pyrite framboids as biomarkers for iron-sulfur systems. Geomicrobiol J 21(3):193-206.

2003

  • Coughlin MF, Kinkle BK, Bishop PL. 2003. High performance degradation of azo dye Acid Orange 7 and sulfanilic acid in a laboratory scale reactor after seeding with cultured bacterial strains. Water Res 37(11):2757-2763. PMID:12753854

2002

  • Coughlin MF, Kinkle BK, Bishop PL. 2002. Degradation of Acid Orange 7 in an aerobic biofilm. Chemosphere 46(1):11-19. PMID:11806522

2001

  • Cheung P, Kinkle BK. 2001. Mycobacterium diversity and pyrene mineralization in petroleum-contaminated soils. Appl Environ Microbiol 67(5):2222-2229. doi:10.1128/AEM.67.5.2222-2229.2001 PMID:11319104 PMCID:PMC92859
  • Cheung P, Kinkle BK. 2001. Pyrene degradation and mycobacterial diversity in petroleum-contaminated soils. Appl Environ Microbiol 67(5):2222-2229.

2000

  • Schneider JR, Grosser RJ, Jayasimhulu K, Xue W, Kinkle BK, Warshawsky D. 2000. Biodegradation of carbazole by Ralstonia sp RJGII123 isolated from a hydrocarbon contaminated soil. Can J Microbiol 46(3):269-277. PMID:10749540

1999

  • Coughlin MF, Kinkle BK, Bishop PL. 1999. Degradation of azo dyes containing aminonaphthol by Sphingomonas sp strain 1CX. J Ind Microbiol 23:341-346.
  • Pfaller SL, Sutton SD, Kinkle BK. 1999. Characterization of Sphingomonas sp. strain Lep1: an aerobic degrader of 4-methylquinoline. Can J Microbiol 45(7):623-626. PMID:10497791
  • Zhang X, Bishop PL, Kinkle BK. 1999. Comparison of extraction methods for quantifying extracellular polymers in biofilms. Water Sci Technol 39:211-218.

1998

  • Tepper A, Bishop PL, Coughlin MF, Kinkle BK. 1998. Aerobic Azo Dye Degradation by Sphingomonas Isolates in Wastewater Treatment Biofilms. In: Proceedings of the 71st Annual Water Environment Federation Conference. Orlando, FL. pp.195-202.
  • Zhang X, Bishop PL, Kinkle BK. 1998. Extraction of Extracellular Polymers from Biofilms Using Five Different Methods. In: Proceedings of the 71st Annual Water Environment Federation Conference. Orlando, FL. pp.13-28.

1997

  • Coughlin MF, Tepper A, Kinkle BK, Bishop PL. 1997. Characterization of aerobic azo-dye degrading bacteria and their activity in a wastewater biofilm. In: Biofilm Systems III. Elsevier Science, New York, NY.
  • Coughlin MF, Tepper A, Kinkle BK, Bishop PL. 1997. Characterization of aerobic azo-dye degrading bacteria and their activity in a wastewater biofilm. Water Sci Technol 36:215-220.
  • Tepper A, Bishop PL, Coughlin MF, Kinkle BK. 1997. Establishment of Aerobic Azo Dye Degrading Bacteria in Laboratory Biofilms. In: Proceedings of the 2nd IAWQ (International Association on Water Quality) International Conference on Microorganisms in Activated Sludge and Biofilm Processes. Berkeley, CA. pp.441-444.

1996

  • Sutton SD, Pfaller SL, Shann JR, Warshawsky D, Kinkle BK, Vestal JR. 1996. Aerobic biodegradation of 4-methylquinoline by a soil bacterium. Appl Environ Microbiol 62(8):2910-2914. PMID:8702284
  • Tepper A, Coughlin MF, Bishop PL, Kinkle BK. 1996. Incorporating Aerobic Azo Dye Degraders into Biofilm Systems While Maintaining Planktonic Phenotypes. In: Proceedings of the ASM (American Society for Microbiology) Conference on Microbial Biofilms. Snowbird, UT.

1995

  • Govindaswami M, Feldhake DJ, Kinkle BK, Mindell DP, Loper JC. 1995. Phylogenetic comparison of two polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon-degrading mycobacteria. Appl Environ Microbiol 61(9):3221-3226. PMID:7574631 PMCID:PMC167601
  • Grosser RJ, Warshawsky D, Kinkle BK. 1995. The effects of fulvic acids extracted from soils on the mineralization of pyrene by an isolated Mycobacterium sp. In: Proceedings of the Conference on Hazardous Waste Remediation, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT, Great Plains-Rocky Mountain Hazardous Substance Research Center. Manhattan, KS.
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