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Kung-Hui Chu
Kung-Hui Chu
Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Texas A&M University
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Biodegradation potential of wastewater micropollutants by ammonia-oxidizing bacteria
H Roh, N Subramanya, F Zhao, CP Yu, J Sandt, KH Chu
Chemosphere 77 (8), 1084-1089, 2009
2522009
17β-Estradiol-degrading bacteria isolated from activated sludge
CP Yu, H Roh, KH Chu
Environmental science & technology 41 (2), 486-492, 2007
2522007
Variable carbon isotope fractionation expressed by aerobic CH4-oxidizing bacteria
AS Templeton, KH Chu, L Alvarez-Cohen, ME Conrad
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 70 (7), 1739-1752, 2006
1932006
Occurrence of pharmaceuticals and personal care products along the West Prong Little Pigeon River in east Tennessee, USA
CP Yu, KH Chu
Chemosphere 75 (10), 1281-1286, 2009
1712009
Microbial degradation of steroidal estrogens
CP Yu, RA Deeb, KH Chu
Chemosphere 91 (9), 1225-1235, 2013
1512013
Biodegradation of triclosan by a wastewater microorganism
F Zhao, YH Rezenom, DH Russell, KH Chu
Water research 46 (13), 4226-4234, 2012
1502012
MTBE and other oxygenates: environmental sources, analysis, occurrence, and treatment
RA Deeb, KH Chu, T Shih, S Linder, I Suffet, MC Kavanaugh, ...
Environmental Engineering Science 20 (5), 433-447, 2003
1302003
Stable carbon isotope fractionation during aerobic biodegradation of chlorinated ethenes
KH Chu, S Mahendra, DL Song, ME Conrad, L Alvarez-Cohen
Environmental science & technology 38 (11), 3126-3130, 2004
932004
Quantitative molecular assay for fingerprinting microbial communities of wastewater and estrogen-degrading consortia
CP Yu, R Ahuja, G Sayler, KH Chu
Applied and environmental microbiology 71 (3), 1433-1444, 2005
902005
Identification of Hexahydro-1,3,5-trinitro-1,3,5-triazine-Degrading Microorganisms via 15N-Stable Isotope Probing
H Roh, CP Yu, ME Fuller, KH Chu
Environmental Science & Technology 43 (7), 2505-2511, 2009
882009
Biodefluorination and biotransformation of fluorotelomer alcohols by two alkane‐degrading Pseudomonas strains
MH Kim, N Wang, T McDonald, KH Chu
Biotechnology and Bioengineering 109 (12), 3041-3048, 2012
812012
Effect of nitrogen source on growth and trichloroethylene degradation by methane-oxidizing bacteria
KH Chu, L Alvarez-Cohen
Applied and environmental microbiology 64 (9), 3451-3457, 1998
801998
Trichloroethylene degradation by methane‐oxidizing cultures grown with various nitrogen sources
KH Chu, L Alvarez‐Cohen
Water environment research 68 (1), 76-82, 1996
781996
Biodegradation of 1, 4-dioxane: effects of enzyme inducers and trichloroethylene
S Hand, B Wang, KH Chu
Science of the Total Environment 520, 154-159, 2015
752015
Biochemical mechanisms and catabolic enzymes involved in bacterial estrogen degradation pathways
YL Chen, CP Yu, TH Lee, KS Goh, KH Chu, PH Wang, W Ismail, CJ Shih, ...
Cell Chemical Biology 24 (6), 712-724. e7, 2017
742017
A quantitative assay for linking microbial community function and structure of a naphthalene-degrading microbial consortium
CP Yu, KH Chu
Environmental science & technology 39 (24), 9611-9619, 2005
682005
Bioretention for stormwater quality improvement in Texas: Removal effectiveness of Escherichia coli
MH Kim, CY Sung, MH Li, KH Chu
Separation and Purification Technology 84, 120-124, 2012
672012
A 17β-Estradiol-utilizing Bacterium, Sphingomonas Strain KC8: Part I - Characterization and Abundance in Wastewater Treatment Plants
H Roh, KH Chu
Environmental science & technology 44 (13), 4943-4950, 2010
662010
Cultivation of lipid-producing bacteria with lignocellulosic biomass: effects of inhibitory compounds of lignocellulosic hydrolysates
B Wang, YH Rezenom, KC Cho, JL Tran, DH Russell, JJ Gill, R Young, ...
Bioresource technology 161, 162-170, 2014
632014
6: 2 Fluorotelomer alcohol (6: 2 FTOH) biodegradation by multiple microbial species under different physiological conditions
MH Kim, N Wang, KH Chu
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 98 (4), 1831-1840, 2014
622014
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