Irene Sánchez-Andrea
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Sulfate reduction at low pH to remediate acid mine drainage
I Sánchez-Andrea, JL Sanz, MFM Bijmans, AJM Stams
Journal of hazardous materials 269, 98-109, 2014
Microbial diversity in anaerobic sediments at Rio Tinto, a naturally acidic environment with a high heavy metal content
I Sánchez-Andrea, N Rodríguez, R Amils, JL Sanz
Applied and environmental microbiology 77 (17), 6085-6093, 2011
The reductive glycine pathway allows autotrophic growth of Desulfovibrio desulfuricans
I Sánchez-Andrea, IA Guedes, B Hornung, S Boeren, CE Lawson, ...
Nature Communications 11 (1), 1-12, 2020
Desulfosporosinus acididurans sp. nov.: an acidophilic sulfate-reducing bacterium isolated from acidic sediments
I Sánchez-Andrea, AJM Stams, S Hedrich, I Ňancucheo, DB Johnson
Extremophiles 19, 39-47, 2015
Prospects for harnessing biocide resistance for bioremediation and detoxification
S Atashgahi, I Sánchez-Andrea, HJ Heipieper, JR van der Meer, ...
Science 360 (6390), 743-746, 2018
Isolation and genetic identification of PAH degrading bacteria from a microbial consortium
MC Molina, N González, LF Bautista, R Sanz, R Simarro, I Sánchez, ...
Biodegradation 20, 789-800, 2009
Enrichment and isolation of acidophilic sulfate‐reducing bacteria from T into R iver sediments
I Sánchez‐Andrea, AJM Stams, R Amils, JL Sanz
Environmental Microbiology Reports 5 (5), 672-678, 2013
Towards sustainable feedstocks: A guide to electron donors for microbial carbon fixation
NJ Claassens, I Sánchez-Andrea, DZ Sousa, A Bar-Even
Current opinion in biotechnology 50, 195-205, 2018
Quantification of Tinto River sediment microbial communities: importance of sulfate-reducing bacteria and their role in attenuating acid mine drainage
I Sánchez-Andrea, K Knittel, R Amann, R Amils, JL Sanz
Applied and environmental microbiology 78 (13), 4638-4645, 2012
The bacterial sulfur cycle in expanding dysoxic and euxinic marine waters
DM van Vliet, FAB von Meijenfeldt, BE Dutilh, L Villanueva, ...
Environmental Microbiology 23 (6), 2834-2857, 2021
Sulfur reduction in acid rock drainage environments
AP Florentino, J Weijma, AJM Stams, I Sánchez-Andrea
Environmental science & technology 49 (19), 11746-11755, 2015
Bioremediation of acid mine drainage coupled with domestic wastewater treatment
I Sánchez-Andrea, D Triana, JL Sanz
Water Science and Technology 66 (11), 2425-2431, 2012
Insight into the sulfur metabolism of Desulfurella amilsii by differential proteomics
AP Florentino, IAC Pereira, S Boeren, M van den Born, AJM Stams, ...
Environmental microbiology 21 (1), 209-225, 2019
Multi-production of high added market value metabolites from diluted methane emissions via methanotrophic extremophiles
S Cantera, I Sánchez-Andrea, R Lebrero, PA García-Encina, AJM Stams, ...
Bioresource technology 267, 401-407, 2018
Ecophysiology and application of acidophilic sulfur-reducing microorganisms
AP Florentino, J Weijma, AJM Stams, I Sánchez-Andrea
Biotechnology of Extremophiles: Advances and Challenges, 141-175, 2016
Anaerobic degradation of sulfated polysaccharides by two novel Kiritimatiellales strains isolated from Black Sea sediment
DM Van Vliet, S Palakawong Na Ayudthaya, S Diop, L Villanueva, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 10, 435835, 2019
Desulfurella amilsii sp. nov., a novel acidotolerant sulfur-respiring bacterium isolated from acidic river sediments
AP Florentino, C Brienza, AJM Stams, I Sanchez-Andrea
International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 66 (3 …, 2016
From Río Tinto to Mars: the terrestrial and extraterrestrial ecology of acidophiles
R Amils, E González-Toril, A Aguilera, N Rodríguez, ...
Advances in applied microbiology 77, 41-70, 2011
Screening of anaerobic activities in sediments of an acidic environment: Tinto River
I Sánchez-Andrea, P Rojas-Ojeda, R Amils, JL Sanz
Extremophiles 16, 829-839, 2012
Enrichment of sulfidogenic bacteria from the human intestinal tract
Y Feng, AJM Stams, WM De Vos, I Sánchez-Andrea
FEMS Microbiology Letters 364 (4), fnx028, 2017
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