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Peripherals of BES from processing current to data transmission (2009)
Book Chapter
Ieropoulos, I., Greenman, J., Melhuish, C., & Horsfield, I. (2009). Peripherals of BES from processing current to data transmission. In K. Rabaey, L. Angenent, U. Schroder, & J. Keller (Eds.), Bioelectrochemical Systems: From Extracellular Electron Transfer to Biotechnological ApplicationsIWA Publishing

Landfill leachate treatment with microbial fuel cells; scale-up through plurality (2009)
Journal Article
Gálvez, A., Greenman, J., & Ieropoulos, I. (2009). Landfill leachate treatment with microbial fuel cells; scale-up through plurality. Bioresource Technology, 100(21), 5085-5091. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biortech.2009.05.061

Three Microbial Fuel Cells (MFCs) were fluidically connected in series, with a single feed-line going into the 1st column through the 2nd column and finally as a single outflow coming from the 3rd column. Provision was also made for re-circulation in... Read More about Landfill leachate treatment with microbial fuel cells; scale-up through plurality.

In vitro model of tongue malodour (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Greenman, J. (2009, April). In vitro model of tongue malodour. Paper presented at BREATH 2009 International Conference on Breath and Breath Odor Research

Volatiles from oral anaerobes (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Khalid, T., Ratcliffe, N. M., de Lacy Costello, B., Greenman, J., & Saad, S. (2009, April). Volatiles from oral anaerobes. Paper presented at BREATH 2009 International Conference on Breath and Breath Odor Research

Models of tongue malodour (review) (2009)
Presentation / Conference
Greenman, J. (2009, April). Models of tongue malodour (review). Paper presented at BREATH 2009 International Conference on Breath and Breath Odor Research

Relating breath malodour to food constituents and oral health (2009)
Book Chapter
Greenman, J., & Benkara Mostefa Saad, S. (2009). Relating breath malodour to food constituents and oral health. In M. Wilson (Ed.), Food constituents and oral health: Current status and future prospectsWoodhead Publishing Limited

Electricity from landfill leachate using microbial fuel cells: Comparison with a biological aerated filter (2009)
Journal Article
Gálvez, A., Greenman, J., Galvez, A., Giusti, L., & Ieropoulos, I. (2009). Electricity from landfill leachate using microbial fuel cells: Comparison with a biological aerated filter. Enzyme and Microbial Technology, 44(2), 112-119. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enzmictec.2008.09.012

Four experimental columns were employed in this study to investigate their performance under wastewater treatment conditions. One column was set-up as a biological aerated filter and the remaining three were set-up as microbial fuel cells (MFCs), two... Read More about Electricity from landfill leachate using microbial fuel cells: Comparison with a biological aerated filter.

A novel in vitro flat-bed perfusion biofilm model for determining the potential antimicrobial efficacy of topical wound treatments (2009)
Journal Article
Thorn, R., & Greenman, J. (2009). A novel in vitro flat-bed perfusion biofilm model for determining the potential antimicrobial efficacy of topical wound treatments. Journal of Applied Microbiology, 107(6), 2070-2079. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2672.2009.04398.x

To develop an in vitro flat-bed perfusion biofilm model that could be used to determine the antimicrobial efficacy of topically applied treatments. METHODS AND RESULTS: Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Staphylococcus aureus biofilms were grown within co... Read More about A novel in vitro flat-bed perfusion biofilm model for determining the potential antimicrobial efficacy of topical wound treatments.

Biological computing using perfusion anodophile biofilm electrodes (PABE) (2008)
Journal Article
Greenman, J., Ieropoulos, I., & Melhuish, C. (2008). Biological computing using perfusion anodophile biofilm electrodes (PABE). International Journal of Unconventional Computing, 4(1), 23-32

This paper presents a theoretical approach to biological computing, using biofilm electrodes by illustrating a simplified Pavlovian learning model. The theory behind this approach was based on empirical data produced from a prototype version of these... Read More about Biological computing using perfusion anodophile biofilm electrodes (PABE).

Effects of chlorhexidine on a tongue-flora microcosm and VSC production using an in vitro biofilm perfusion model (2008)
Journal Article
Greenman, J., Greenman, J., McKenzie, C., Saad, S., Wiegand, B., & Zguris, J. C. (2008). Effects of chlorhexidine on a tongue-flora microcosm and VSC production using an in vitro biofilm perfusion model. Journal of Breath Research, 2(4), 046005. https://doi.org/10.1088/1752-7155/2/4/046005

An in vitro perfusion biofilm model, derived from tongue-scrape microflora removed from one individual, was employed to study sulfide biogenesis and the effects of repeated exposure to chlorhexidine (CHX). Volatile sulfur compounds (VSC) were measure... Read More about Effects of chlorhexidine on a tongue-flora microcosm and VSC production using an in vitro biofilm perfusion model.

Microbial fuel cells based on carbon veil electrodes: Stack configuration and scalability (2008)
Journal Article
Ieropoulos, I., Greenman, J., & Melhuish, C. (2008). Microbial fuel cells based on carbon veil electrodes: Stack configuration and scalability. International Journal of Energy Research, 32(13), 1228-1240. https://doi.org/10.1002/er.1419

The aim of this study was to compare the performance of three different sizes of microbial fuel cell (MFC) when operated under continuous flow conditions using acetate as the fuel substrate and show how small-scale multiple units may be best configur... Read More about Microbial fuel cells based on carbon veil electrodes: Stack configuration and scalability.

Monitoring indoles and diamines: A screen-printed sensors and biosensors approach (2008)
Presentation / Conference
McGuire, N. D., Greenman, J., Bradshaw, D., & Hart, J. P. (2008, September). Monitoring indoles and diamines: A screen-printed sensors and biosensors approach. Paper presented at Electrochemistry Group Faraday and Analytical Division, Royal Society of Chemistry, Electrochemical Technology Group, Society of Chemical Industry

Modelling oral malodour from a tongue biofilm (2008)
Journal Article
Hess, J., Greenman, J., & Duffield, J. (2008). Modelling oral malodour from a tongue biofilm. Journal of Breath Research, 2(1), 017003. https://doi.org/10.1088/1752-7155/2/1/017003

A new model about the genesis of malodour emanating from the tongue is introduced. A new approach uses mathematical formulae to combine existing empirical knowledge and bring it into context. The resulting description of halitosis includes the three-... Read More about Modelling oral malodour from a tongue biofilm.

Tongue biofilm areal density and tongue coating index (2008)
Journal Article
Saad, S., & Greenman, J. (2008). Tongue biofilm areal density and tongue coating index. Journal of Breath Research, 2(1), https://doi.org/10.1088/1752-7155/2/1/017008

Two methods have been employed to measure the amount of tongue biofilm in humans: (1) areal density of microbes (cfu cm-2) (tongue scrape from a known/measured area), or (2) a tongue-coating index, where a human judge assesses the amount of 'coating'... Read More about Tongue biofilm areal density and tongue coating index.

In vitro biofilm model for studying tongue flora and malodour (2007)
Journal Article
Greenman, J., Spencer, P., Spencer, P., Greenman, J., McKenzie, C., Gafan, G., …Flanagan, A. (2007). In vitro biofilm model for studying tongue flora and malodour. Journal of Applied Microbiology, 103(4), 985-992. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2672.2007.03344.x

Aims: To develop a perfusion biofilm system to model tongue biofilm microflora and their physiological response to sulfur-containing substrates (S-substrates) in terms of volatile sulfide compound (VSC) production. Methods and Results: Tongue-scrape... Read More about In vitro biofilm model for studying tongue flora and malodour.