Dr Brid Quilty
Dr Brid Quilty
Emeritus Professor, School of Biotechnology, Dublin City University, Dublin 9, Ireland
Verified email at dcu.ie
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Development of a smart packaging for the monitoring of fish spoilage
A Pacquit, J Frisby, D Diamond, KT Lau, A Farrell, B Quilty, D Diamond
Food chemistry 102 (2), 466-470, 2007
Development of a volatile amine sensor for the monitoring of fish spoilage
A Pacquit, KT Lau, H McLaughlin, J Frisby, B Quilty, D Diamond
Talanta 69 (2), 515-520, 2006
Biodegradable, non-bactericidal oxygen-functionalised imidazolium esters: A step towards ‘greener’ionic liquids
S Morrissey, B Pegot, D Coleman, MT Garcia, D Ferguson, B Quilty, ...
Green Chemistry 11 (4), 475-483, 2009
FTIR analysis and quantification of phenols and flavonoids of five commercially available plants extracts used in wound healing
RN Oliveira, MC Mancini, FCS Oliveira, TM Passos, B Quilty, RMSM Thiré, ...
Matéria (Rio de Janeiro) 21 (3), 767-779, 2016
Antibacterial properties of F-doped ZnO visible light photocatalyst
J Podporska-Carroll, A Myles, B Quilty, DE McCormack, R Fagan, ...
Journal of hazardous materials 324, 39-47, 2017
Antimicrobial properties of highly efficient photocatalytic TiO2 nanotubes
J Podporska-Carroll, E Panaitescu, B Quilty, L Wang, L Menon, SC Pillai
Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 176, 70-75, 2015
Highly efficient F, Cu doped TiO 2 anti-bacterial visible light active photocatalytic coatings to combat hospital-acquired infections
NS Leyland, J Podporska-Carroll, J Browne, SJ Hinder, B Quilty, SC Pillai
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-10, 2016
Degradation of mono-chlorophenols by a mixed microbial community via a meta-cleavage pathway
A Farrell, B Quilty
Biodegradation 10 (5), 353-362, 1999
Substrate-dependent autoaggregation of Pseudomonas putida CP1 during the degradation of mono-chlorophenols and phenol
A Farrell, B Quilty
Journal of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology 28 (6), 316-324, 2002
Mechanical properties and in vitro characterization of polyvinyl alcohol-nano-silver hydrogel wound dressings
RN Oliveira, R Rouzé, B Quilty, GG Alves, GDA Soares, R Thiré, ...
Interface focus 4 (1), 20130049, 2014
Biomass derived ionic liquids: synthesis from natural organic acids, characterization, toxicity, biodegradation and use as solvents for catalytic hydrogenation processes
N Ferlin, M Courty, S Gatard, M Spulak, B Quilty, I Beadham, M Ghavre, ...
Tetrahedron 69 (30), 6150-6161, 2013
Imidazolium and pyridinium ionic liquids from mandelic acid derivatives: Synthesis and bacteria and algae toxicity evaluation
SPM Ventura, M Gurbisz, M Ghavre, FMM Ferreira, F Gonçalves, ...
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 1 (4), 393-402, 2013
The enhancement of 2-chlorophenol degradation by a mixed microbial community when augmented with Pseudomonas putida CP1
A Farrell, B Quilty
Water Research 36 (10), 2443-2450, 2002
When can ionic liquids be considered readily biodegradable? Biodegradation pathways of pyridinium, pyrrolidinium and ammonium-based ionic liquids
Y Deng, I Beadham, M Ghavre, MFC Gomes, N Gathergood, P Husson, ...
Green Chemistry 17 (3), 1479-1491, 2015
The influence of glucose and fructose on the degradation of 2-chlorophenol by Pseudomonas putida CP1
ANM Fakhruddin, B Quilty
World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 21 (8), 1541-1548, 2005
Tetrabutylammonium prolinate-based ionic liquids: a combined asymmetric catalysis, antimicrobial toxicity and biodegradation assessment
N Ferlin, M Courty, AN Van Nhien, S Gatard, M Pour, B Quilty, M Ghavre, ...
RSC advances 3 (48), 26241-26251, 2013
Evaluation of solar disinfection of E. coli under Sub-Saharan field conditions using a 25L borosilicate glass batch reactor fitted with a compound parabolic collector
R Nalwanga, B Quilty, C Muyanja, P Fernandez-Ibañez, KG McGuigan
Solar Energy 100, 195-202, 2014
TB Ferguson Jr
Current problems in surgery 34 (1), 1-108, 1997
Bioaugmentation of Activated Sludge with Two Pseudomonas putida Strains for the Degradation of 4-Chlorophenol
H McLaughlin, A Farrell, B Quilty
Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A 41 (5), 763-777, 2006
Low toxicity functionalised imidazolium salts for task specific ionic liquid electrolytes in dye-sensitised solar cells: a step towards less hazardous energy production
M Ghavre, O Byrne, L Altes, PK Surolia, M Spulak, B Quilty, KR Thampi, ...
Green Chemistry 16 (4), 2252-2265, 2014
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