Poster Session
Monday, October 10, 2016: 5:00 PM-7:00 PM
San Diego Ballroom (Westin GasLamp Quarter)
In vitro testing of biocides synergy with a new biofilm model with endogenous biofilm-forming bacteria strain obtained from a papermaking environment
Minna Pihlajakuja1, Minna Peltola2, Kirsi Partti-Pellinen3 and Anu Kettunen1, (1)Industrial Water, Espoo, Finland, (2)Solenis Technologies, Germany GmbH, Krefeld, Germany, (3)Research Centre, Stora Enso Oyj, Imatra, Finland
Metagenomics data analysis and management – exploring microbial diversity
Asa Oudes1, Nadim Jessani1, Thomas Hartsch2, Sebastien Ribrioux2, Julia Retey2 and Steffen Fehrmann2, (1)Genedata Inc., Lexington, MA, (2)Genedata, Basel, Switzerland
Novel biocide technology targeting biofilm formation
Iris Porat1, Virginia Turk1, Marko Kolari2, Juha Rintala3 and Satu Ikavalko2, (1)Oil & Mining Segment, Microbiology, R&D North America, Kemira, Atlanta, GA, (2)Microbiology & Biotechnology, R&D and Technology EMEA, Kemira, Espoo, Finland, (3)Deposit Control, Pulp & Paper EMEA, Kemira, Vaasa, Finland
Evaluation of the efficacy of formulated Moringa herbal mouthwashes on prevention of mouth infections
Elizabeth Umoh, Department of Microbiology, Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria and Chinwe Christy Isitua, Department of Microbiology, College of Sciences, Afe Babalola University Ado-Ekiti (ABUAD), Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria
Delayed ripening activity and post-harvest spoilage prevention by the biocatalyst Rhodococcus rhodochrous DAP 96253
Kelly Cannon1, Courtney Barlament2, Cui Wang3, Sidney Crow2 and George E. Pierce1, (1)Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, (2)Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, (3)Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Georgia State Univeristy, Atlanta, GA
Controlling fungal and bacterial spores in pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device operations
Jim Polarine and Aaron Mertens, Technical Service, STERIS Corporation, St. Louis, MO
A multi-year white-nose syndrome mitigation project at Black Diamond Tunnel
Kyle T. Gabriel, Christopher T. Cornelison and Sidney A. Crow Jr., Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
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