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Kruit, Vincent (author)
master thesis 2023
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Japaridze, A. (author), van Wee, R.G. (author), Gogou, C. (author), Kerssemakers, J.W.J. (author), van den Berg, D.F. (author), Dekker, C. (author)
The bacterial chromosome is spatially organized through protein-mediated compaction, supercoiling, and cell-boundary confinement. Structural Maintenance of Chromosomes (SMC) complexes are a major class of chromosome-organizing proteins present throughout all domains of life. Here, we study the role of the Escherichia coli SMC complex MukBEF...
journal article 2023
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Schilperoort, Remy (author), Post, Johan (author), Klootwijk, Martijn (author), Hoefeijzers, Bas (author), Hof, Arjo (author), Palsma, Bert (author), Leenen, Imke (author), Makris, Konstantinos F. (author), Langeveld, J.G. (author)
Illicit connections of wastewater to stormwater systems are the main drawback of separate sewer systems, as they lead to a direct discharge of untreated wastewater to the aquatic environment. Consequently, several inspection methods have been developed for detecting illicit connections. This study simultaneously applied several low- and high...
journal article 2023
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Disela, R.C. (author), Bussy, Olivier Le (author), Geldhof, Geoffroy (author), Pabst, Martin (author), Ottens, M. (author)
Mass-spectrometry-based proteomics is increasingly employed to monitor purification processes or to detect critical host cell proteins in the final drug substance. This approach is inherently unbiased and can be used to identify individual host cell proteins without prior knowledge. In process development for the purification of new...
journal article 2023
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de Winter, Jikke (author)
Biosensing properties like mass, density and stiffness on a single cell level can help diagnose diseases. Mass sensing of cells and subcellular components is typically performed with resonant microstructures. Recently such microstructures were fabricated using an emerging 3D printing technique called two-photon polymerization (2PP) contrary to...
master thesis 2022
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Rodenhuis, Stef (author)
With the incline of multidrug resistant bacteria due to the widespread use of antibiotics, there has been an ongoing search for a faster and more effective method to test the effect of antibiotics on bacteria. With current techniques for investigation of bacterial resistance requiring a minimum of 24 hours to complete, a new technique is...
master thesis 2021
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Van Delft, Falco C.M.J.M. (author), Sudalaiyadum Perumal, Ayyappasamy (author), van Langen-Suurling, A.K. (author), de Boer, C.R. (author), Kašpar, Ondřej (author), Tokárová, Viola (author), Dirne, F. (author), Nicolau, Dan V. (author)
Non-deterministic polynomial (NP-) complete problems, whose number of possible solutions grows exponentially with the number of variables, require by necessity massively parallel computation. Because sequential computers, such as solid state-based ones, can solve only small instances of these problems within a reasonable time frame, parallel...
journal article 2021
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Jonker, Tessa (author)
Biofilters are increasingly being implemented in urban environments to treat stormwater but knowledge on their pathogen removal capacity at field scale is limited. Adequate pathogen removal is, however, needed if treated water is reused. This research evaluates the fate of Escherichia coli, enterococci and Campylobacter in a field scale...
master thesis 2020
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Büke, F. (author)
Bacteria have been an integral part of human life since the ancient times either as cooperative tenants living in and around us or as constant threats to our health and wellbeing. Since prehistoric times we unknowingly used them as tools of fermentation and fought against them with haphazardly discovered natural remedies. Today, after more than...
doctoral thesis 2020
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Daniel, D. (author), Diener, Arnt (author), van de Vossenberg, Jack (author), Bhatta, Madan (author), Marks, Sara J. (author)
Accurate assessments of drinking water quality, household hygenic practices, and the mindset of the consumers are critical for developing effective water intervention strategies. This paper presents a microbial quality assessment of 512 samples from household water storage containers and 167 samples from points of collection (POC) in remote...
journal article 2020
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Guleria, Tavishi (author)
Many rapidly expanding cities around the world including India’s capital New Delhi face increasing potable water quality and health risks due contaminated open drains carrying the cities untreated wastewater into the adjoining river, which is also the city’s water source. To tackle this problem in a practical and holistic way, innovative...
master thesis 2019
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Herrig, Ilona (author), Seis, W.A.A. (author), Fischer, Helmut (author), Regnery, Julia (author), Manz, Werner (author), Reifferscheid, Georg (author), Böer, Simone (author)
Background: Fecal indicator organisms such as Escherichia coli, enterococci, and coliphages are important to assess, monitor, and predict microbial water quality in natural freshwater ecosystems. To improve predictive modelling of fecal indicators in surface waters, it is vital to assess the influence of autochthonous and allochthonous...
journal article 2019
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Kim, S.H. (author), Ganji, M. (author), Kim, E. (author), van der Torre, J. (author), Abbondanzieri, E. (author), Dekker, C. (author)
The three-dimensional organization of DNA is increasingly understood to play a decisive role in vital cellular processes. Many studies focus on the role of DNA-packaging proteins, crowding, and confinement in arranging chromatin, but structural information might also be directly encoded in bare DNA itself. Here, we visualize plectonemes ...
journal article 2018
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Mawioo, Peter M. (author), Hooijmans, Christine M. (author), Garcia, Hector A. (author), Brdjanovic, Damir (author)
Toilet facilities in highly dense areas such as the slum and emergency settlements fill up rapidly; thus, requiring frequent emptying. Consequently, big quantities of fresh faecal sludge (FS) containing large amounts of pathogens are generated. Fast and efficient FS treatment technologies are therefore required for safe treatment and disposal...
journal article 2016
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Tiruvadi Krishnan, S. (author)
All living organisms pass on their genetic information to their offspring in the form of DNA or RNA molecules by duplicating them across generations. In the bacteria, their genes are packed in long chains of DNA molecules or chromosomes. One of the widely studied model organisms, Escherichia coli, replicates its circular chromosome in two...
doctoral thesis 2016
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Krishnan, M. (author)
Biomaterials in nature provide abundant source of inspiration for the design and synthesis of novel high-performance materials. Nacre, a bio-mineralized material found in the inner lining of seashells has recently gained attraction due to its impressive material properties and eco-friendly nature. This ultra-tough coating could become...
master thesis 2014
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Van 't Hof, S.A. (author)
Colorectal anastomotic leakage is one of the most feared complications after colorectal surgery and is associated with increased morbidity, prolonged hospital stay and risk of local cancer reoccurrence. One out of ten anastomoses leak, leading to infections. Colorectal anastomotic leakage is currently diagnosed by sniffing and watching drain...
master thesis 2014
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Boulineau, S. (author)
doctoral thesis 2013
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De Vos, M.G.J. (author)
doctoral thesis 2012
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Van Heijkamp, L.F. (author)
In this study non-invasive neutron scattering techniques are used on soft condensed matter, probing colloidal length scales. Neutrons penetrate deeply into matter and have a different interaction with hydrogen and deuterium, allowing for tunable contrast using light and heavy water as solvents. The mesoscopic structure of materials is determined...
doctoral thesis 2011
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