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2020A comprehensive study on bisphenol A degradation by newly isolated strains Acinetobacter sp. K1MN and Pseudomonas sp. BG12Noszczyńska, Magdalena; Chodór, Michalina; Jałowiecki, Łukasz; Piotrowska-Seget, Zofia
2020A high manganese-tolerant pseudomonas sp. strain isolated from metallurgical waste heap can be a tool for enhancing manganese removal from contaminated soilNoszczyńska, Magdalena; Łakomy, Karolina; Nowacki, Krzysztof; Piotrowska-Seget, Zofia
2020Comparative Study on Multiway Enhanced Bio- and Phytoremediation of Aged Petroleum-Contaminated SoilPtaszek, Natalia; Pacwa-Płociniczak, Magdalena; Noszczyńska, Magdalena; Płociniczak, Tomasz
2015ECA - Wspólny antygen powierzchniowy pałeczek rodziny EnterobacteriaceaeKasperkiewicz, Katarzyna; Noszczyńska, Magdalena; Piszczek, Anna
2014Fagi - cudowne leki?Kasperkiewicz, Katarzyna; Noszczyńska, Magdalena
2015Human microbiome: when a friend becomes an enemyMuszer, Magdalena; Noszczyńska, Magdalena; Kasperkiewicz, Katarzyna; Skurnik, Mikael
2015Interaction of human mannose-binding lectin (MBL) with Yersinia enterocolitica lipopolysaccharideKasperkiewicz, Katarzyna; Świerzko, Anna S.; Bartłomiejczyk, Marcin A.; Cedzyński, Maciej; Noszczyńska, Magdalena; Duda, Katarzyna A.; Michalski, Mateusz; Skurnik, Mikael
2022Outer Membrane Vesicles as Mediators of Plant–Bacterial InteractionsRudnicka, Małgorzata; Noszczyńska, Magdalena; Malicka, Monika; Kasperkiewicz, Katarzyna; Pawlik, Malgorzata; Piotrowska-Sege, Zofia
2015Serological characterization of the enterobacterial common antigen substitution of the lipopolysaccharide of "Yersinia enterocolitica" O:3Noszczyńska, Magdalena; Kasperkiewicz, Katarzyna; Duda, Katarzyna A.; Podhorodecka, Joanna; Rabsztyn, Kamil; Gwizdała, Karolina; Świerzko, Anna S.; Radziejewska-Lebrecht, Joanna; Holst, Otto; Skurnik, Mikael
2020White rot fungi can be a promising tool for removal of bisphenol A, bisphenol S, and nonylphenol from wastewateGrelska, Agnieszka; Noszczyńska, Magdalena