Gillian Lewis
Gillian Lewis
Professor in Microbiology & Head of School of Biological Sciences at the University of Auckland
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Polyethylene glycol precipitation for recovery of pathogenic viruses, including hepatitis A virus and human rotavirus, from oyster, water, and sediment samples
GD Lewis, TG Metcalf
Applied and environmental microbiology 54 (8), 1983-1988, 1988
Contamination of potable roof-collected rainwater in Auckland, New Zealand
G Simmons, V Hope, G Lewis, J Whitmore, W Gao
Water research 35 (6), 1518-1524, 2001
Inactivation of microorganisms by low-frequency high-power ultrasound: 1. Effect of growth phase and capsule properties of the bacteria
S Gao, GD Lewis, M Ashokkumar, Y Hemar
Ultrasonics sonochemistry 21 (1), 446-453, 2014
Antibacterial and antioxidant activities of aqueous extracts of eight edible mushrooms
L Ren, Y Hemar, CO Perera, G Lewis, GW Krissansen, PK Buchanan
Bioactive carbohydrates and dietary fibre 3 (2), 41-51, 2014
Influence of wastewater treatment process and the population size on human virus profiles in wastewater
J Hewitt, M Leonard, GE Greening, GD Lewis
Water research 45 (18), 6267-6276, 2011
Three common metal contaminants of urban runoff (Zn, Cu & Pb) accumulate in freshwater biofilm and modify embedded bacterial communities
PY Ancion, G Lear, GD Lewis
Environmental Pollution 158 (8), 2738-2745, 2010
Evaluation of human adenovirus and human polyomavirus as indicators of human sewage contamination in the aquatic environment
J Hewitt, GE Greening, M Leonard, GD Lewis
Water research 47 (17), 6750-6761, 2013
Microbial biofilms
G Lear, GD Lewis
Caister Academic Press: Norfolk, 2012
Inactivation of bacteria and yeast using high-frequency ultrasound treatment
S Gao, Y Hemar, M Ashokkumar, S Paturel, GD Lewis
Water research 60, 93-104, 2014
Inactivation of microorganisms by low-frequency high-power ultrasound: 2. A simple model for the inactivation mechanism
S Gao, GD Lewis, M Ashokkumar, Y Hemar
Ultrasonics Sonochemistry 21 (1), 454-460, 2014
Spatial and temporal heterogeneity of the bacterial communities in stream epilithic biofilms
G Lear, MJ Anderson, JP Smith, K Boxen, GD Lewis
FEMS microbiology ecology 65 (3), 463-473, 2008
Biofilm bacterial community structure in streams affected by acid mine drainage
G Lear, D Niyogi, J Harding, Y Dong, G Lewis
Applied and environmental microbiology 75 (11), 3455-3460, 2009
Enterococci in the New Zealand environment: implications for water quality monitoring
SA Anderson, SJ Turner, GD Lewis
Water Science and Technology 35 (11-12), 325-331, 1997
Molecular characterization of ciliate diversity in stream biofilms
A Dopheide, G Lear, R Stott, G Lewis
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 74 (6), 1740-1747, 2008
Evaluation of integrated cell culture‐PCR (C‐PCR) for virological analysis of environmental samples
GE Greening, J Hewitt, GD Lewis
Journal of Applied Microbiology 93 (5), 745-750, 2002
The effect of pH on the inhibition of bacterial growth by physiological concentrations of butyric acid: implications for neonates fed on suckled milk
CQ Sun, CJ O'Connor, SJ Turner, GD Lewis, RA Stanley, AM Roberton
Chemico-Biological Interactions 113 (2), 117-131, 1998
Metal concentrations in stream biofilm and sediments and their potential to explain biofilm microbial community structure
PY Ancion, G Lear, A Dopheide, GD Lewis
Environmental pollution 173, 117-124, 2013
The biogeography of stream bacteria
G Lear, V Washington, M Neale, B Case, H Buckley, G Lewis
Global Ecology and Biogeography 22 (5), 544-554, 2013
Health effects of marine bathing in New Zealand
GB McBride, CE Salmond, DR Bandaranayake, SJ Turner, GD Lewis, ...
International Journal of Environmental Health Research 8 (3), 173-189, 1998
Impact of catchment land use on bacterial communities within stream biofilms
G Lear, GD Lewis
Ecological Indicators 9 (5), 848-855, 2009
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