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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Piyum A Khatibi
Renewable Product Technology Research Unit
Research Molecular Biologist

Phone: (309) 681-6067
Fax: (309) 681-6040
USDA, ARS, NCAUR
1815 N. UNIVERSITY
PEORIA, IL, 61604


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Can endolysin expressing yeast protect ethanolic fermentations and replace antibiotics in animal feed? - (Abstract Only) - (21-May-14)
Application of bacteriophage endolysins to reduce Lactobacillus contamination during fuel ethanol fermentation - (Abstract Only) - (20-May-14)
Alternatives to antibiotics: overview and engineered peptidoglycan hydrolases that reduce resistance development - (Abstract Only) - (24-Apr-14)
Bacteriophage endolysins expressed in yeast kill strains of Lactobacillus that contaminate fermentations - (Abstract Only) - (15-Aug-13)
Characterization of Fusarium head blight (FHB) resistance and deoxynivalenol accumulation in hulled and hulless winter barley - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (22-Jul-13)
Expression of bacteriophage endolysins in Saccharomyces cerevisiae - (Abstract Only) - (21-May-13)
Effects of lactic acid bacteria contamination on lignocellulosic ethanol fermentation - (Abstract Only) - (21-May-13)
Bacteriophage-encoded lytic enzymes control growth of contaminating Lactobacillus found in fuel ethanol fermentations - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Roach, D.R., Khatibi, P.A., Bischoff, K.M., Hughes, S.R., Donovan, D.M. 2013. Bacteriophage-encoded lytic enzymes control growth of contaminating Lactobacillus found in fuel ethanol fermentations. Biotechnology for Biofuels. 6(1):20.
Last Modified: 7/30/2014