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Removal of lead and copper ions from aqueous solutions by bacterial strain isolated from soil
S Tunali, A Çabuk, T Akar
Chemical Engineering Journal 115 (3), 203-211, 2006
5072006
Biosorption of Pb (II) by industrial strain of Saccharomyces cerevisiae immobilized on the biomatrix of cone biomass of Pinus nigra: equilibrium and mechanism analysis
A Cabuk, T Akar, S Tunali, S Gedikli
Chemical Engineering Journal 131 (1-3), 293-300, 2007
1752007
Pb^{2+} Biosorption by Pretreated Fungal Biomass
A Çabuk, S Ilhan, C Filik, F ÇALIŞKAN
Turkish Journal of Biology 29 (1), 23-28, 2005
1492005
Biosorption characteristics of Bacillus sp. ATS-2 immobilized in silica gel for removal of Pb (II)
A Çabuk, T Akar, S Tunali, Ö Tabak
Journal of hazardous materials 136 (2), 317-323, 2006
1282006
Removal of copper (II) ions from synthetic solution and real wastewater by the combined action of dried Trametes versicolor cells and montmorillonite
ST Akar, T Akar, Z Kaynak, B Anilan, A Cabuk, Ö Tabak, TA Demir, ...
Hydrometallurgy 97 (1-2), 98-104, 2009
1222009
Airborne fungi and actinomycetes concentrations in the air of Eskisehir City (Turkey)
A Asan, S Ilhan, B Sen, IP Erkara, C Filik, A Cabuk, R Demirel, M Ture, ...
Indoor and Built Environment 13 (1), 63-74, 2004
952004
Study on the characterization of lead (II) biosorption by fungus Aspergillus parasiticus
T Akar, S Tunali, A Çabuk
Applied biochemistry and biotechnology 136, 389-405, 2007
922007
Decolorization of a textile dye, Reactive Red 198 (RR198), by Aspergillus parasiticus fungal biosorbent
ST Akar, T Akar, A Çabuk
Brazilian Journal of Chemical Engineering 26, 399-405, 2009
842009
Effect of pretreatment on biosorption of heavy metals by fungal biomass
S Ilhan, A Cabuk, C Filik, F Caliskan
Trakya Univ J Sci 5 (1), 11-17, 2004
842004
Decolorization potential of some reactive dyes with crude laccase and laccase-mediated system
S Şaşmaz, S Gedikli, P Aytar, G Güngörmedi, A Çabuk, E Hür, A Ünal, ...
Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 163, 346-361, 2011
712011
New fungal biomasses for cyanide biodegradation
YK Özel, S Gedikli, P Aytar, A Ünal, M Yamaç, A Çabuk, N Kolankaya
Journal of bioscience and bioengineering 110 (4), 431-435, 2010
582010
Biosurfactants’ potential role in combating COVID-19 and similar future microbial threats
PA Çelik, EB Manga, A Çabuk, IM Banat
Applied Sciences 11 (1), 334, 2020
562020
Biodegradation of Cyanide by a White Rot Fungus, Trametes versicolor
A Cabuk, AT Unal, N Kolankaya
Biotechnology Letters 28, 1313-1317, 2006
562006
Lead and nickel biosorption with a fungal biomass isolated from metal mine drainage: Box–Behnken experimental design
P Aytar, S Gedikli, Y Buruk, A Cabuk, N Burnak
International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology 11, 1631-1640, 2014
532014
Microbial desulphurization of Turkish lignites by white rot fungi
P Aytar, M Sam, A Çabuk
Energy & Fuels 22 (2), 1196-1199, 2008
512008
The approach of biodesulfurization for clean coal technologies: a review
PA Çelik, DÖ Aksoy, S Koca, H Koca, A Çabuk
International journal of environmental science and technology 16, 2115-2132, 2019
502019
Coal desulfurization with Acidithiobacillus ferrivorans, from Balya acidic mine drainage
P Aytar, CM Kay, MB Mutlu, A Cabuk
Energy & Fuels 27 (6), 3090-3098, 2013
462013
Effect of microwaves on some gram negative and gram positive bacteria
S Gedıklı, Ö Tabak, Ö Tomsuk, A Çabuk
Journal of Applied Biological Sciences 2 (1), 67-71, 2008
462008
Biosurfactants: Opportunities for the development of a sustainable future
EB Manga, PA Celik, A Cabuk, IM Banat
Current Opinion in Colloid & Interface Science 56, 101514, 2021
442021
Sequential treatment of olive oil mill wastewater with adsorption and biological and photo-Fenton oxidation
P Aytar, S Gedikli, M Sam, B Farizoğlu, A Çabuk
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 20, 3060-3067, 2013
422013
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