Shimshon Belkin
Shimshon Belkin
Institute of Life Sciences, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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Microbial whole-cell sensing systems of environmental pollutants
S Belkin
Current opinion in microbiology 6 (3), 206-212, 2003
Where microbiology meets microengineering: design and applications of reporter bacteria
JR Van Der Meer, S Belkin
Nature Reviews Microbiology 8 (7), 511-522, 2010
Survival of enteric bacteria in seawater
Y Rozen, S Belkin
FEMS microbiology reviews 25 (5), 513-529, 2001
Detection of DNA damage by use of Escherichia coli carrying recA':: lux, uvrA':: lux, or alkA':: lux reporter plasmids
AC Vollmer, S Belkin, DR Smulski, TK Van Dyk, RA LaRossa
Applied and environmental microbiology 63 (7), 2566-2571, 1997
Biological denitrification of drinking water using newspaper
M Volokita, S Belkin, A Abeliovich, MIM Soares
Water research 30 (4), 965-971, 1996
Oxidative stress detection with Escherichia coli harboring a katG':: lux fusion
S Belkin, DR Smulski, AC Vollmer, TK Van Dyk, RA LaRossa
Applied and environmental microbiology 62 (7), 2252-2256, 1996
Thermococcus litoralis sp. nov.: A new species of extremely thermophilic marine archaebacteria
A Neuner, HW Jannasch, S Belkin, KO Stetter
Archives of microbiology 153, 205-207, 1990
Reporter gene bioassays in environmental analysis
S Köhler, S Belkin, RD Schmid
Fresenius' journal of analytical chemistry 366, 769-779, 2000
Thermotoga neapolitana sp. nov. of the extremely thermophilic, eubacterial genus Thermotoga
HW Jannasch, R Huber, S Belkin, KO Stetter
Archives of Microbiology 150, 103-104, 1988
A panel of stress-responsive luminous bacteria for the detection of selected classes of toxicants
S Belkin, DR Smulski, S Dadon, AC Vollmer, TK Van Dyk, RA Larossa
Water Research 31 (12), 3009-3016, 1997
Geographical location determines the population structure in phyllosphere microbial communities of a salt-excreting desert tree
OM Finkel, AY Burch, SE Lindow, AF Post, S Belkin
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 77 (21), 7647-7655, 2011
Advances in preservation methods: keeping biosensor microorganisms alive and active
J Bjerketorp, S Håkansson, S Belkin, JK Jansson
Current opinion in biotechnology 17 (1), 43-49, 2006
Improved bacterial SOS promoter∷ lux fusions for genotoxicity detection
Y Davidov, R Rozen, DR Smulski, TK Van Dyk, AC Vollmer, DA Elsemore, ...
Mutation Research/Genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis 466 (1 …, 2000
Reduction and destruction rates of nitroxide spin probes
S Belkin, RJ Mehlhorn, K Hideg, O Hankovsky, L Packer
Archives of biochemistry and biophysics 256 (1), 232-243, 1987
A new sulfur-reducing, extremely thermophilic eubacterium from a submarine thermal vent
S Belkin, CO Wirsen, HW Jannasch
Applied and environmental microbiology 51 (6), 1180-1185, 1986
Bioluminescent whole cell optical fiber sensor to genotoxicants: system optimization
B Polyak, E Bassis, A Novodvorets, S Belkin, RS Marks
Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 74 (1-3), 18-26, 2001
Mixtures of chemical pollutants at European legislation safety concentrations: how safe are they?
RN Carvalho, A Arukwe, S Ait-Aissa, A Bado-Nilles, S Balzamo, A Baun, ...
Toxicological Sciences 141 (1), 218-233, 2014
Are luminescent bacteria suitable for online detection and monitoring of toxic compounds in drinking water and its sources?
M Woutersen, S Belkin, B Brouwer, AP Van Wezel, MB Heringa
Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry 400, 915-929, 2011
Microbial reporters of metal bioavailability
S Magrisso, Y Erel, S Belkin
Microbial Biotechnology 1 (4), 320-330, 2008
Resistance of Spirulina platensis to ammonia at high pH values
S Belkin, S Boussiba
Plant and cell physiology 32 (7), 953-958, 1991
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