Lejla Pasic
Lejla Pasic
University Sarajevo School of Science and Technology
Verified email at ssst.edu.ba
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Explaining microbial population genomics through phage predation
F Rodriguez-Valera, AB Martin-Cuadrado, B Rodriguez-Brito, L Pašić, ...
Nature Reviews Microbiology 7 (11), 828-836, 2009
Viral and microbial community dynamics in four aquatic environments
B Rodriguez-Brito, LL Li, L Wegley, M Furlan, F Angly, M Breitbart, ...
The ISME journal 4 (6), 739-751, 2010
New abundant microbial groups in aquatic hypersaline environments
R Ghai, L Pašić, AB Fernández, AB Martin-Cuadrado, CM Mizuno, ...
Scientific reports 1, 135, 2011
The biogeochemical role of Actinobacteria in Altamira Cave, Spain
S Cuezva, A Fernandez-Cortes, E Porca, L Pašić, V Jurado, ...
FEMS microbiology ecology 81 (1), 281-290, 2012
Diversity of microbial communities colonizing the walls of a Karstic cave in Slovenia
L Pašić, B Kovče, B Sket, B Herzog-Velikonja
FEMS microbiology ecology 71 (1), 50-60, 2009
Diversity of halophilic archaea in the crystallizers of an Adriatic solar saltern
L Pašić, SG Bartual, NP Ulrih, M Grabnar, BH Velikonja
FEMS microbiology ecology 54 (3), 491-498, 2005
Adapting to environmental changes using specialized paralogs
G Sanchez-Perez, A Mira, G Nyirő, L Pašić, F Rodriguez-Valera
Trends in Genetics 24 (4), 154-158, 2008
Metagenomic islands of hyperhalophiles: the case of Salinibacter ruber
L Pašić, B Rodriguez-Mueller, AB Martin-Cuadrado, A Mira, F Rohwer, ...
Bmc Genomics 10 (1), 570, 2009
Comparative analysis of yellow microbial communities growing on the walls of geographically distinct caves indicates a common core of microorganisms involved in their formation
E Porca, V Jurado, D Žgur-Bertok, C Saiz-Jimenez, L Pašić
FEMS microbiology ecology 81 (1), 255-266, 2012
Diversity of microorganisms in solar salterns of Tamil Nadu, India
M Manikandan, V Kannan, L Pašić
World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 25 (6), 1007-1017, 2009
Optimization of growth media for obtaining high-cell density cultures of halophilic archaea (family Halobacteriaceae) by response surface methodology
M Manikandan, L Pašić, V Kannan
Bioresource technology 100 (12), 3107-3112, 2009
Viable methanotrophic bacteria enriched from air and rain can oxidize methane at cloud-like conditions
T Šantl-Temkiv, K Finster, BM Hansen, L Pašić, UG Karlson
Aerobiologia 29 (3), 373-384, 2013
Purification and biological characterization of a halophilic thermostable protease from Haloferax lucentensis VKMM 007
M Manikandan, L Pašić, V Kannan
World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 25 (12), 2247-2256, 2009
Optimization of the culture conditions for the production of a bacteriocin from halophilic archaeon Sech7a
L Pašić, BH Velikonja, NP Ulrih
Preparative biochemistry & biotechnology 38 (3), 229-245, 2008
Diversity of cultivable bacteria involved in the formation of macroscopic microbial colonies (cave silver) on the walls of a cave in Slovenia
B Herzog Velikonja, R Tkavc, L Pašić
International Journal of Speleology 43 (1), 5, 2013
Structure and community composition of sprout-like bacterial aggregates in a Dinaric karst subterranean stream
L Pašić, H Daims, B Sket
Microbial ecology 66 (1), 5-18, 2013
Extraction, purification and characterization of a protease from Micrococcus sp. VKMM 037
M Manikandan, V Kannan, L Pašić
Environmental technology 32 (13), 1487-1495, 2011
Characterization of parazoanthoxanthin A binding to a series of natural and synthetic host DNA duplexes
L Pašić, K Sepčić, T Turk, P Mačcek, N Poklar
Archives of biochemistry and biophysics 393 (1), 132-142, 2001
Diversity of the cell-wall associated genomic island of the archaeon Haloquadratum walsbyi
AB Martin-Cuadrado, L Pašić, F Rodriguez-Valera
BMC genomics 16 (1), 603, 2015
The contribution of endophytic bacteria to Albizia lebbeck-mediated phytoremediation of tannery effluent contaminated soil
M Manikandan, V Kannan, OH Mendoza, M Kanimozhi, S Chun, L Pašić
International journal of phytoremediation 18 (1), 77-86, 2016
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