Simon Jon McIlroy
Simon Jon McIlroy
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MiDAS: the field guide to the microbes of activated sludge
SJ McIlroy, AM Saunders, M Albertsen, M Nierychlo, B McIlroy, ...
Database 2015, 2015
Ecology of the microbial community removing phosphate from wastewater under continuously aerobic conditions in a sequencing batch reactor
J Ahn, S Schroeder, M Beer, S McIlroy, RC Bayly, JW May, G Vasiliadis, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 73 (7), 2257-2270, 2007
A metabolic model for members of the genus Tetrasphaera involved in enhanced biological phosphorus removal
R Kristiansen, HTT Nguyen, AM Saunders, JL Nielsen, R Wimmer, VQ Le, ...
The ISME journal 7 (3), 543-554, 2013
Identification of active denitrifiers in full‐scale nutrient removal wastewater treatment systems
SJ McIlroy, A Starnawska, P Starnawski, AM Saunders, M Nierychlo, ...
Environmental microbiology 18 (1), 50-64, 2016
Biochemistry and molecular biology of exocellular fungal β-(1, 3)-and β-(1, 6)-glucanases
K Martin, BM McDougall, S McIlroy, J Chen, RJ Seviour
FEMS microbiology reviews 31 (2), 168-192, 2007
‘Candidatus Competibacter’-lineage genomes retrieved from metagenomes reveal functional metabolic diversity
SJ McIlroy, M Albertsen, EK Andresen, AM Saunders, R Kristiansen, ...
The ISME journal 8 (3), 613-624, 2014
Retrieval of a million high-quality, full-length microbial 16S and 18S rRNA gene sequences without primer bias
SM Karst, MS Dueholm, SJ McIlroy, RH Kirkegaard, PH Nielsen, ...
Nature Biotechnology 36 (2), 190, 2018
A critical assessment of the microorganisms proposed to be important to enhanced biological phosphorus removal in full-scale wastewater treatment systems
M Stokholm-Bjerregaard, SJ McIlroy, M Nierychlo, SM Karst, M Albertsen, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 8, 718, 2017
An examination of the mechanisms for stable foam formation in activated sludge systems
S Petrovski, ZA Dyson, ES Quill, SJ McIlroy, D Tillett, RJ Seviour
Water research 45 (5), 2146-2154, 2011
MiDAS 2.0: an ecosystem-specific taxonomy and online database for the organisms of wastewater treatment systems expanded for anaerobic digester groups
SJ McIlroy, RH Kirkegaard, B McIlroy, M Nierychlo, JM Kristensen, ...
Database 2017, 2017
Metabolic model for the filamentous ‘Candidatus Microthrix parvicella’ based on genomic and metagenomic analyses
SJ McIlroy, R Kristiansen, M Albertsen, SM Karst, S Rossetti, JL Nielsen, ...
The ISME journal 7 (6), 1161-1172, 2013
The family Saprospiraceae
SJ McIlroy, PH Nielsen
The Prokaryotes, 863-889, 2014
Culture-independent analyses reveal novel anaerolineaceae as abundant primary fermenters in anaerobic digesters treating waste activated sludge
SJ McIlroy, RH Kirkegaard, MS Dueholm, E Fernando, SM Karst, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 8, 1134, 2017
The impact of immigration on microbial community composition in full-scale anaerobic digesters
RH Kirkegaard, SJ McIlroy, JM Kristensen, M Nierychlo, SM Karst, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 9343, 2017
Filamentous bacterium Eikelboom type 0092 in activated sludge plants in Australia is a member of the phylum Chloroflexi
L Speirs, T Nittami, S McIlroy, S Schroeder, RJ Seviour
Applied and environmental microbiology 75 (8), 2446-2452, 2009
The microbiology of phosphorus removal in activated sludge processes-the current state of play
RJ Seviour, S McIlroy
The Journal of Microbiology 46 (2), 115, 2008
“Candidatus Propionivibrio aalborgensis”: a novel glycogen accumulating organism abundant in full-scale enhanced biological phosphorus removal plants
M Albertsen, SJ McIlroy, M Stokholm-Bjerregaard, SM Karst, PH Nielsen
Frontiers in microbiology 7, 1033, 2016
Extracting nucleic acids from activated sludge which reflect community population diversity
SJ McIlroy, K Porter, RJ Seviour, D Tillett
Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek 96 (4), 593, 2009
Elucidating further phylogenetic diversity among the Defluviicoccus‐related glycogen‐accumulating organisms in activated sludge
S McIlroy, RJ Seviour
Environmental microbiology reports 1 (6), 563-568, 2009
Candidatus Monilibacter spp., common bulking filaments in activated sludge, are members of Cluster III Defluviicoccus
T Nittami, S McIlroy, EM Seviour, S Schroeder, RJ Seviour
Systematic and applied microbiology 32 (7), 480-489, 2009
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