Inka Vanwonterghem
TitleCited byYear
Linking microbial community structure, interactions and function in anaerobic digesters using new molecular techniques
I Vanwonterghem, PD Jensen, DP Ho, DJ Batstone, GW Tyson
Current opinion in biotechnology 27, 55-64, 2014
Deterministic processes guide long-term synchronised population dynamics in replicate anaerobic digesters
I Vanwonterghem, PD Jensen, PG Dennis, P Hugenholtz, K Rabaey, ...
The ISME journal 8 (10), 2015-2028, 2014
Methylotrophic methanogenesis discovered in the archaeal phylum Verstraetearchaeota
I Vanwonterghem, PN Evans, DH Parks, PD Jensen, BJ Woodcroft, ...
Nature microbiology 1 (12), 1-9, 2016
Selective enrichment establishes a stable performing community for microbial electrosynthesis of acetate from CO2
S Patil, J Arends, I Vanwonterghem, J van Meerbergen, K Guo, G Tyson, ...
Environmental Science & Technology, 2015
CopyRighter: a rapid tool for improving the accuracy of microbial community profiles through lineage-specific gene copy number correction
FE Angly, PG Dennis, A Skarshewski, I Vanwonterghem, P Hugenholtz, ...
Microbiome 2 (1), 11, 2014
Biomass retention on electrodes rather than electrical current enhances stability in anaerobic digestion
J De Vrieze, S Gildemyn, JBA Arends, I Vanwonterghem, K Verbeken, ...
Water research 54, 211-221, 2014
Comparative genomic analysis of the class Epsilonproteobacteria and proposed reclassification to Epsilonbacteraeota (phyl. nov.)
DW Waite, I Vanwonterghem, C Rinke, DH Parks, Y Zhang, K Takai, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 8, 682, 2017
Temperature and solids retention time control microbial population dynamics and volatile fatty acid production in replicated anaerobic digesters
I Vanwonterghem, PD Jensen, K Rabaey, GW Tyson
Scientific reports 5, 8496, 2015
Atmospheric trace gases support primary production in Antarctic desert surface soil
M Ji, C Greening, I Vanwonterghem, CR Carere, SK Bay, JA Steen, ...
Nature 552 (7685), 400-403, 2017
Genome‐centric resolution of microbial diversity, metabolism and interactions in anaerobic digestion
I Vanwonterghem, PD Jensen, K Rabaey, GW Tyson
Environmental microbiology 18 (9), 3144-3158, 2016
A phylogenomic analysis of the bacterial phylum Fibrobacteres
N Abdul Rahman, DH Parks, I Vanwonterghem, M Morrison, GW Tyson, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 6, 1469, 2016
Anode potential influences the structure and function of anodic electrode and electrolyte-associated microbiomes
PG Dennis, B Virdis, I Vanwonterghem, A Hassan, P Hugenholtz, ...
Scientific reports 6, 39114, 2016
Selection of associated heterotrophs by methane-oxidizing bacteria at different copper concentrations
D Van Der Ha, I Vanwonterghem, S Hoefman, P De Vos, N Boon
Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek 103 (3), 527-537, 2013
Mechanisms of Persistence of the Ammonia-Oxidizing Bacteria Nitrosomonas to the Biocide Free Nitrous Acid
AE Laloo, J Wei, D Wang, S Narayanasamy, I Vanwonterghem, D Waite, ...
Environmental science & technology 52 (9), 5386-5397, 2018
Empowered septic tanks: vertical flow constructed wetlands combined with electrochemical disinfection to treat septic tank effluent and provide safe water for reuse
I Vanwonterghem, GV Talekar, P Clauwaert, E Ntagia, P Sharma, ...
Gordon research conference on Environmental Sciences: Water: Innovations at …, 2018
Microbial community dynamics, function and interactions in anaerobic digestion
I Vanwonterghem
Biomass retention on electrodes rather than electrical current enhances stability in anaerobic digestion
J Arends, J De Vrieze, S Gildemyn, I Vanwonterghem, K Verbeken, ...
2nd European meeting of the International Society for Microbial …, 2014
A bioelectrochemical system in anaerobic digestion: stabilization and remediation
J De Vrieze, S Gildemyn, J Arends, I Vanwonterghem, N Boon, ...
4th International Microbial Fuel Cells Conference (MFC-4), 2013
Methanotrophic microbiome.
I Vanwonterghem, S Read, D Van der Ha, W Verstraete, N Boon
Communications in agricultural and applied biological sciences 76 (2), 33, 2011
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