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2019
136. Reginald, S. S., Lee, Y. S., Lee, H., Jang, N., and Chang, I. S. Electrocatalytic and biosensing properties of aerobic carbon monoxide dehydrogenase from Hydrogenophaga pseudoflava immobilized on Au electrode towards carbon monoxide oxidation, Electroanalysis, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/elan.201800666
135. Khalid, M. Aslam, M. A. Qyyum, A. Fasal, A. L. Khan, F. Ahmed, M. Lee, J. Kim. N. Jang, I. S. Chang A. A. Bazmi, M. Yasin, (2019) Membrane separation process for dehydration of bioethanol from fermentation broths: Recent developments, challenges, and prospects. Renew. Sustain. Energy. Rev., 105, 427-443, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rser.2019.02.002
2018
134. A.A. Aziz, K. Lee, B. Park, H. Park, K. Park, I.-G. Choi, I.S. Chang (2018). Comparative study of the airborne microbial communities and their functional composition in fine particulate matter (PM2.5) under non-extreme and extreme PM2.5 conditions. Atmospheric Environment, 194, 82-92. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2018.09.027
133. H. Lee, Y. S. Lee, S. K. Lee, S. Baek, I.-G. Choi, J.-H Jang, I. S. Chang (2018) Significant Enhancement of Direct Electric Communication Across Enzyme-Electrode Interface via Nano-patterning of Synthetic Glucose Dehydrogenase on Spatially Tunable Gold Nanoparticle (AuNP)-modified Electrode. Biosens. Bioelectron. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bios.2018.10.013
132. Y. S. Lee, S. W. Baek, H. Lee, S. Reginald, Y. Kim, H. Kang, I-G Choi, I. S. Chang (2018) Construction of uniform monolayer- and orientation tunable enzyme electrode by a synthetic glucose dehydrogenase without electron transfer subunit via optimized site-specific enzyme immobilization shows dramatic increase of direct electron transfer efficiency across the enzyme–electrode interface, ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces. 10, 28615-28626.
131. Daud S. M., W. R. W. Daud, B. H. Kim, M. R. Somalu, M. H. A. Bakar, A. Muchtar, J. M. Jahim, S. S. Lim and I. S. Chang (2018) Comparison of performance and ionic concentration gradient of two-chamber microbial fuel cell using ceramic membrane (CM) and cation exchange membrane (CEM) as separators. Electrocheimica Acta. 259, 365-376.
130. S. Choi, B. Kim, I. S. Chang (2018) Tracking of Shewanella oneidensis MR-1 biofilm formation of a microbial electrochemical system via differential pulse voltammetry. Bioresour. Technol. 254, 357-361.
129. B. Kim and I. S. Chang (2018) Elimination of voltage reversal in multiple membrane electrode assembly installed microbial fuel cells (mMEA-MFCs) stacking system by resistor control. Bioresour. Technol. 262, 338-341.
128. N. Jang, M. Yasin, H. Kang, Y. Lee, G. W. Park, S. Park, I. S. Chang, (2018) Bubble coalescence suppression driven carbon monoxide (CO)-water mass transfer increase by electrolyte addition in a hollow fiber membrane bioreactor (HFMBR) for microbial CO conversion to ethanol. Bioresour. Technol. 263, 375-384, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biortech.2018.05.012
2017
127. T. Kim, S. Kang, I. S. Chang, H. W. Kim, J. H. Sung, Y. Paek, Y. H. Kim, J. K. Jang (2017) Prevention of power overshoot and reduction of cathodic overpotential by increasing cathode flow rate in microbial fuel cells used stainless steel scrubber electrode. Journal of Korean Society of Environmental Engineers., 39(10), 591-598.
126. B. Kim. S. Choi and I. S. Chang (2017) Self-recovering voltage reversals in stacked microbial fuel cells. Bioresource Technol., 245, 1286-1289.
125. S. Park, M. Yasin, J. Jeong, M. Cha, H. Kang, N. Jang, IG. Choi, I. S. Chang (2017) Acetate-assisted increase of butyrate production by Eubacterium limosum KIST 612 during carbon monoxide fermentation. Bioresource Technol., 245, 560-566.
124. N. Jang, M. Yasin, S. Park, R. W. Lovitt and I. S. Chang (2017) Determination of volumetric gas-liquid coefficient of carbon monoxide in a batch cultivation system using kinetic simulations. Bioresource Technol., 239, 387-393, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biortech.2017.05.023
123. Y. S. Lee, J. An, B. Kim and I. S. Chang (2017) Serially connectable sediment microbial fuel cells using multi-hole dipole graphite solids and voltage reversal suppression through manipulation of ohmic resistance. Energy Technol., 5(11), 1946-1952.
122. B. Kim, J. An and I. S. Chang (2017) Elimination of power overshoot at bioanode through assistance current in microbial fuel cells. ChemSusChem. 10, 612-617.
2016
121. J.-H. Kim, J.-H. Lee, S. Maurya, S.-H. Shin, J.-Y. Lee, I. S. Chang and S.-H. Moon (2016) Proof-of-concept experiments of an acid-base junction flow battery by reverse bipolar electrodialysis for an energy conservation system. Electrochem. Comm., 72, 157-161.
120. J. Lee, N. Jang, M. Yasin, E. Y. Lee, I. S. Chang and C. Kim (2016) Enhanced mass transfer rate via hollow fiber membrane modules for Methylosinus tricosporium OB3b fermentation. J. Ind. Eng. Chem., 39, 149-152, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jiec.2016.05.019
119. Y. Chun, D. Choi, D. Kim, R. W. Lovitt and I. S. Chang (2016) Adhesion potential of bacteria retrieved from intake seawater and membrane biofilms on full-scale reverse osmosis desalination process. Desalination and Water Treatment., 57, 26629-26640.
118. J. An, Y. S. Lee, T. Kim and I. S. Chang (2016) Significance of maximum current for voltage boosting of microbial fuel cells in series. J. Power Sources, 323, 23-28.
117. T. Kim, J. An, H. Lee, J. K. Jang and I. S. Chang (2016) pH-dependent ammonia removal pathways in microbial fuel cells. Bioresour. Technol. 215, 290-295.
116. J. Kim, B. Kim, J. An, Y. S. Lee and I. S. Chang (2016) Development of anode zone using dual-anode system to reduce organic matter crossover in membraneless microbial fuel cells. Bioresour Technol. 213, 140-145.
115. J. An, T. Kim and I. S. Chang. (2016) Concurrent control of power over-shoot and voltage reversal with series connection of parallel-connected microbial fuel cells. Energy Technol. 4, 729-736.
114. J. Nam, Y. S. Lee, J. An, B. Kim, H.-S. Lee and I. S. Chang. (2016) Correlation of overvoltages and current densities to estimate optimal electrode size for sediment microbial fuel cells. Energy Technol. 3, 369-374.
113. J. Lee, K. Kim, I. S. Chang, M.-G., Jim, K.-S. Ha, E. Y. Lee and C. Kim (2016) Enhanced mass transfer rate of methane in aqueous phase via methyl-functionalized SBA-15. J. Mol. Liq. 215, 154-160.
112. Y. Jeong., N. Jang, M. Yasin, S. Park and I. S. Chang. (2016) Intrinsic kinetic parameters of Thermococcus onnurineus NA1 strains and prediction of optimum carbon monoxide level for ideal bioreactor operation. Bioresour. Technol. 201, 74-79, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biortech.2015.11.030
2015
111. Y. S. Lee, J. An, B. Kim, H. J. Park, J. Kim and I. S. Chang (2015) Increased power in sediment microbial fuel cell: facilitated mass transfer with using a water-layer anode in sediment. PLoS ONE 10(2), e0145430
110. J. Lee, Yasin M., S. Park, I. S. Chang, K.-S Ha, E. Y. Lee, J. Lee, C. Kim (2015) Gas-liquid mass transfer coefficient of methane in bubble column reactor. Kor. J. Chem. Eng. 32(6), 1060-1063
109. I. Y. Hwang, D. H. Hur, J. H. Lee, C.-H Park, I. S. Chang, J. W. Lee, E. Y. Lee (2015) Batch Conversion of Methane to Methanol Using Methylosinus trichosporium OB3b as Biocatalyst. J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 25(3), 375-380
108. B. Kim, J. An, D. Fapyane and I. S. Chang. (2015) Bioelectronic platforms for optimal bio-anode of bio-electrochemical systems: nano- to macro scopes. Bioresour. Technol. 195, 2-13.
107. T. Kim, J. An, J. K. Jang and I. S. Chang. Coupling of anaerobic digester and microbial fuel cell for COD removal and ammonia recovery (2015) Bioresour. Technol. 195, 217-222.
106. J. Jeong*, J. Bertsch*, V. Hess, S. Choi, I.-G. Choi, I. S. Chang# and V. Müller# (2015) Energy Conservation Model Based on Genomic and Experimental Analyses of a Carbon Monoxide-Utilizing, Butyrate-Forming Acetogen, Eubacterium limosum KIST612, Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 81, 4782-4790. Highlighted by editor's selection (*both authors contributed equally to the study, #co-correspondence)
105. J. An, J. Nam, B. K. Kim, H.-S. Lee, B. H. Kim, I. S. Chang (2015) Performance variation according to anode-embedded orientation in a sediment microbial fuel cell employing a chessboard-like hundred-piece anode. Bioresour. Technol. 190, 175-181.
104. B. H. Kim, S. S. Lim, W. R. Wan Daud, G. M. Gadd, I. S. Chang (2015) The biocathode of microbial electrochemical system and microbially-influenced corrosion. Bioresour. Technol. 190, 395-401.
103. B. Kim, B. G. Kim, B. H. Kim and I. S. Chang (2015) Assistance current effect for prevention of voltage reversal in stacking of microbial fuel cell system. ChemElectroChem, 2, 755-760.
102. J. An, B. Kim, I. S. Chang and H.-S Lee. (2015) Shift of voltage reversal in stacked microbial fuel cell. J. Power Sources 278, 534-539.
101. M. Yasin, Y. Jeong, S. Park, J. Jeong, Ey. Y. Lee, R. W. Lovitt, B. H. Kim, J. Lee and I. S. Chang (2015) Microbial synthesis gas utilization and ways to resolve kinetic and mass-transfer limitations. Bioresour. Technol. 177, 361-374.
100. D. Fapyane, S.-J. Lee, S.-H. Kang, J.-H. Ahn and I. S. Chang (2015) Graphtized-carbon-nanofiber paper enzyme electrode fabrication through non-covalent modification for enzyme biofuel cell application. J. Biomed. Nanotechnol. 11, 137-142.
99. J. Manuel, M. Kim, R. Dharela, G.S. Chauhan, D. Fapyane, S.-J. Lee, I. S. Chang, S.-H. Kang, S.-W Kim. and J.-H. Ahn (2015) Functionalized polyacrylonitrile nanofibrous membranes for covalent immobilization of glucose oxidase. J. Biomed.Nanotechnol. 11, 143-149.
2014
98. J. Kim, K. M. Kim, S. A. Byun, Y. S. Ryou, I. S. Chang, Y. K. Kang, Y. H. Kim (2014) Current generation from microbial fuel cell using stainless steel wire as anode electrode. J. Kor. Soc. Environ. Eng. 36(11), 753-757.
97. J. La, T. Kim, J. K. Jang and I. S. Chang (2014) Ammonia nitrogen removal from swine wastewater by microwave radiation. Environ. Eng. Res. 19(4), 381-385.
96. I. Y. Hwang, S. H. Lee, Y. S. Choi, S. J. Park, J. G. Na, I. S. Chang, C. Kim, H. C. Kim, Y. H. Kim, J. W. Lee and E. Y. Lee (2014) Biocatalytic conversion of methange to methanol as a key step for development of methane-based biorefinearies. J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 24, 1597-1605.
95. D. Fapyane, Y. S. Lee, C. Y. Lim, J.-H. Ahn, S.-W. Kim and I. S. Chang (2014) Immobilisation of FAD-dependent glucose dehydrogenase α-subunit in free-standing graphitised carbon nanofiber paper using a bifunctional cross-linker for enzyme biofuel cell. ChemElectroChem. 1, 1844-1848.
94. J. Manuel, M. Kim, D. Fapyane, I. S. Chang, H.-J. Ahn and J.-H. Ahn (2014) Preparation and electrochemical properties of polyaniline nanofibers using ultrasonication. Mater. Res. Bull. 58, 213-217.
93. M. Yasin, S.Y. Park, Y.S. Jeong, E.Y. Lee, J.W. Lee, I. S. Chang (2014) Effect of internal pressure and gas/liquid interface area on the CO mass transfer coefficient using hollow fibre membranes as a high mass transfer gas diffusing system for microbial syngas fermentation. Bioresour. Tech. 169. 637-643.
92. X. Zhou, Q. Youpeng, B. H. Kim, P. Y. Choo, J. Liu, Y. Du, W. He, I. S. Chang, N. Ren and Y. Feng (2014) Effect of azide on electron transfer of exoelectrogens in air-cathode microbial fuel cells. Bioresour. Tech. 169. 265-270.
91. Y. Kim, S.-H. Shin, I. S. Chang and S.-H. Moon (2014) Characterization of uncharged and sulfonated porous poly(vinylfluoride) membranes and their performances in microbial fuel cells. J. Membr. Sci. 463, 205-2147.
90. J. An, B. Kim, J. K. Jang, H.-S. Lee and I. S. Chang (2014) New architecture for modulization of membraneless and single-chambered microbial fuel cell using a bipolar plate-electrode assembly (BEA). Biosen. Bioelectron. 59, 28-34.
89. D. G. Choi, S. B. Lee, S. Kim, B. Min, I. G. Choi and I. S. Chang (2014) Metabolically engineered glucose-utilizing Shewanella strains under anaerobic conditions. Bioresour. Tech. 154, 59-66.
88. J. Choi, W. Choi, H. Kim, A. Alaud-din, K. H. Cho, J. H. Kim, H. Lim, R. W. Lovitt, I. S. Chang (2014) Fluorescence imaging for biofoulants detection and monitoring of biofouled strength in reverse osmosis membrane. Anal. Methods (cover page highlighted) 6, 993-1000.
2013
87. J. K. Jang, S. H. Hong, Y. S. Ryou, E. Y. Lee, I. S. Chang, Y. K. Kang, J. G. Kim (2013) Microbial communities of the microbial fuel cell using swine wastewater in the enrichment step with the lapse of time. J. Kor. Soc. Environ. Eng. 35(12), 973~977.
86. S. Park, Yasin M., D. Kim, H.-D. Park, C. M. Kang, D. J. Kim, I. S. Chang (2013) Rapid enrichment of (homo)acetogens from animal feces using a high mass-transfer gas-lift reactor fed with syngas. J. Ind. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 40, 995-1003.
85. Y. Kim, D. Kim, T. Kim, M.-K. Shin, Y. J. Kim, J.-J. Yoon, I. S. Chang (2013) Use of red algae, Ceylonmoss (Gelidium amansii), hydrolyzate for clostridial fermentation. Biomass Bioenerg, 56, 38-42.
84. D. Fapyane, S.-J. Lee, S.-H. Kang, D.-H. Lim, K.-K. Cho, T.-H. Nam, J.-P. Ahn, J.-H. Ahn, S.-W. Kim and I. S. Chang (2013) High performance enzyme fuel cell using genetically expressed FAD-dependent glucose dehydrogenase a-subunit of Burkholderia cepacia immobilized in carbon nanotube electrode for low glucose condition. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 15, 9508-9512.
83. Y. Shen, M. Wang, I. S. Chang and H. Y. Ng (2013) Effect of shear rate on the response of microbial fuel cell toxicity sensor to Cu(II). Bioresour. Tech. 136, 707-710.
82. B. Kim, J. An, D. Kim, T. Kim, B.-G. Lee and I. S. Chang (2013) Voltage increase of microbial fuel cells with multiple membrane electrode assemblies by in series connection. Electrochem. Commun. 28, 131-134.
81. J. Piao, J. An, P. T. Ha, T. Kim, J. K. Jang, H. Moon and I. S. Chang (2013) Power density enhancement of anion-exchange membrane-installed microbial fuel cell under biocarbonate-buffered cathode condition. J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 23, 36-39.
80. J. An, B. Kim, J. Nam, H. Y. Ng and I. S. Chang (2013) Comparison in performance of sediment microbial fuel cells according to depth of embedded anode. Bioresour. Tech. 127, 138-142.
2012
79. J. K. Jang, S. H. Hong, M. H. Lee, Y. S. Ryou, I. S. Chang, J. G. Kim, Y. K. Kang, E. Y. Lee (2012) Microbial carbon substrate utilization in microbial fuel cell using livestock wastewater. J. of Korea Society of Waste Management 29(8), 712-719.
78. N. Jeon, D. Kim, J. An, T. Kim, G. H. Gim, C. M. Kang, D. K. Kim, S. W. Kim and I. S. Chang (2012) Dunaliella salina as a microalgal biomass for biogas production. Korean J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 40, 282–285.
77. S. N. Hwang, W. Choi, H. Lim, J. Choi, I. S. Chang and H. Kim(2012) Fluorescence Spectrum-based biofouling prediction method for RO Membrane systems. Desalination and Water Treatment. 43, 238-245.
76. Y. P. Chun, T. Ha, L. Powell, J. Lee, D. Kim, D. Choi, R. W. Lovitt, I. S. Kim, S. S. Mitra and I. S. Chang (2012) Exploring microbial communities and differences of cartridge filters (CFs) and reverse osmosis (RO) membranes for seawater desalination processes. Desalination. 298, 85-92.
75. D. Kim, J. An, B. Kim, J. K. Jang, B. H. Kim and I. S. Chang (2012) Scaling-up microbial fuel cells: configuration and potential drop phenomenon at series connection of unit cells in shared anolyte. ChemSusChem. 5, 1086-1091. (cover page highlighted)
74. Ha P. T., T. K. Lee, B. E. Rittmann, J. Park and I. S. Chang (2012) Treatment of alcohol distillery wastewater using a Bacteroidetes-dominant thermophilic microbial fuel cell. Environ. Sci. Technol. 46, 3022-3030.
73. O. Lefebvre, Z. Tang, M. P. H. Fung, D. H. C. Chua, I. S. Chang and H. Y. Ng (2012) Electrical performance of low cost cathodes prepared by plasma sputtering deposition in microbial fuel cells. Biosen. Bioelctrorn. 31, 164-169.
2011
72. J. An, H. Jeon, J. Lee, and I. S. Chang (2011) Bifunctional silver nanoparticle cathode in microbial fuel cells for microbial growth inhibition with comparable oxygen reduction reaction activity. Environ. Sci. Technol. 45, 5441-5446.
71. S. Oh, H. Roh, H.-J. Ko, S. Kim, K. H. Kim, S. E. Lee, I. S. Chang, S. Kim and I.-G. Choi (2011) Complete genome sequencing of Lactobacillus acidophilus 30SC isolated from swine intestine. J. Bacteriol. 193, 2882-2883.
70. O. Lefebvre, Y. Shen, Z. Tan, A. Uzabiage, I. S. Chang and H. W. Ng (2011) Full-loop operation and cathodic acidification of a microbial fuel cell operated on domestic wastewater. Bioresour.Tech. 102, 5841-5848.
69. O. Lefebvre, Y. Shen, Z. Tan, A. Uzabiage, I. S. Chang and H. W. Ng (2011) A comparison of membranes and enrichment strategies for microbial fuel cell. Bioresour.Tech. 102, 6291-6294.
68. O. Lefebvre, A. Uzabiage., I. S. Chang, B. H. Kim, and H. W. Ng (2011) Microbial fuel cells for energy self-sufficient domestic wastewater treatment-a review and discussion from energetic consideration. Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 89, 259-270.
67. D. A. De Cárcer, P. T. Ha, J. K. Jang and I. S. Chang (2011) Microbial community differences between propionate-fed microbial fuel cell systems under open- and closed circuit conditions. Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 89, 605-612.
66. H. Roh, H.-J. Ko, D. Kim, D. G. Choi, S. Park, S. Kim, K. H. Kim, I. S. Chang and I.-G. Choi (2011) Complete genome sequencing of a carbon monooxide utilizing acetogen, Eubacterium limosum KIST612. J. Bacteriol. 193, 307-308.
~2010
65. O. Lefebvre, N. T. T. Ha, A. Abdullah, I. S. Chang and H. W. Ng (2010) T-RFLP reveals high ß-Proteobacteria diversity in microbial fuel cells enriched with domestic wastewater. J. Appl. Microbiol. 109, 839-850.
64. E. F. Ajayi., K. Y. Kim, K. J. Chae, M. J. Choi, S. Y. Kim, I. S. Chang and I. S. Kim (2010) Optimization studies of bio-hydrogen production in a coupled microbial electrolysis-dye sensitized solar cell system. Photochem. Photobiol. Sci. 9, 349-356.
63. K. J. Chae, M. J. Choi, K. Y. Kim, F. F. Ajayi, I. S. Chang and I. S. Kim(2010) Selective inhibitions of methanogens for the improvement of biohydrogen production in microbial electrolysis cells. Int. J. Hydrogen Energ. 35, 13379-13386.
62. J. An, H. S. Moon, and I. S. Chang (2010) Multiphase Electrode Microbial Fuel Cell System that Simultaneously Converts Organics Coexisting in Water and Sediment phases into Electricity. Environ. Sci. Technol. 44. 7145-7150.
61. J. An, S. J. Lee, H. Y. Ng, I. S. Chang (2010) Determination of effects of turbulence flow in a cathode environment on electricity generation using a tidal mud-based cylindrical-type sediment microbial fuel cell. J. Environmental Management. 91. 2478-2482.
60. J. K. Jang, I. S. Chang, H. Y. Hwang, Y. F. Choo, J. Lee, K. S. Cho, B. H. Kim and K. H. Nealson (2010) Electricity generation coupled to oxidation of propionate in a microbial fuel cell. Biotech. Lett. 32, 79-85.
59. Ha P. T., H. Moon, B. H. Kim, H. W. Ng and I. S. Chang (2010) Determination of charge transfer resistance and capacitance of microbial fuel cell through a transient response analysis of cell voltage. Biosen. Bioelectron. 25. 1629-1634.
58. B. H. Kim, I. S. Chang, H. Moon and J. K. Jang (2009) Microbial fuel cell, a wastewater treatment technology for green development. The Magazine of the Korean Society of Civil Engineers. 57, 22-28. (Review article, written in Korean)
57. I. S. Chang and H. Moon, (2009) Internal resistance in microbial fuel cell and techniques for analysis of internal resistance. J. KSEE 31, 585-592. (written in Korean)
56. E. F. Ajayi, K. Y. Kim , K. J. Chae, M. J. Choi, S. Y. Kim, I. S. Chang and I. S. Kim(2009) Study of hydrogen production in light microbial electrolysis cell operated with dye sensitized solar cell. Int. J. Hydrogen Energ. 34. 9297-9403.
55. K. J. Chae, M. J. Choi, K. Y. Kim, F. F. Ajayi, I. S. Chang and I. S. Kim (2009) Solar-powered microbial electrolysis cell with platinum catalyst-free cathode to produce hydrogen. Environ. Sci. Technol. 43, 9525-9530.
54. Y. G. Lee, K-G. An, P. T. Ha, K. Y. Lee, J-H. Kang, S. M. Cha, K. H. Cho, Y. S. Lee, I. S. Chang, K. W. Kim and J. H. Kim (2009). Decadal and Seasonal Scale Changes of an Artificial Lake Environment after Blocking Tidal Flows in the Yeongsan Estuary Region, Korea. Science of the Total Environment. 407, 6063-6072.
53. J. Lee, J. Y. Jung, S. Kim, I. S. Chang, S. S. Mitra and I. S. Kim (2009) Selection of the most problematic biofoulant in fouled RO membrane and the seawater intake to develop biosensors for membrane biofouling. Desalination. 247, 125-136.
52. H. Kim, K. Park., S. Oh and I. S. Chang (2009) Rapid detection of Lactobacillus and yeast concentrations using a particle size distribution analyser. J. Appl. Microbiol. 107. 1499-1454.
51. D. Kim and I. S. Chang (2009) Electricity generation from synthesis gas by microbial processes: CO fermentation and microbial fuel cell technology. Bioresour. Technol. 100, 4527-4530.
50. S. W. Hong, I. S. Chang, Y. S. Choi and T. H Chung. (2009) Experimental evaluation of influential factors for electricity harvesting from sediment using microbial fuel cell. Bioresour. Technol. 100, 3029-3035.
49. J. An, D. Kim, Y. Chun, S. Lee, H. Y. Ng, and I. S. Chang (2009) Floating-type microbial fuel cell (FT-MFC) for treating organic-contaminated water. Environ. Sci. Technol. 43, 1642-1647.
48. S. W. Hong, I. S. Chang, Y. S. Choi, B. H. Kim and T. H. Chung (2009) Responses from freshwater sediment during electricity generation using microbial fuel cells. Bioprocess Biosyst. Eng. 32, 389-395.
47.
46. T. P. Ha, B. Tae and I. S. Chang (2008) Performance and Bacterial Consortium of Microbial Fuel Cell Fed with Formate. Energy Fuels 22, 164-168.
45. K. J. Chae, M. Choi, F. F. Ajayi, W. Park, I. S. Chang and I. S. Kim(2008) Mass Transport through a Proton Exchange Membrane (Nafion) in Microbial Fuel Cells. Energy Fuels 22, 169-176.
44. S. M. Lee, S. Y. Kim, J. Lee, K. W. Yu, I. S. Chang and H. J. Suh (2008) Nonpungent Capsicum fermentation by Bacillus subtilis and the addition of rapidase. Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol 81, 257-262.
43. B. H. Kim*, I. S. Chang* and G. M. Gadd (2007) Challenges in microbial fuel cell development and operation. Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 76, 485-494 (* co-corresponding author).
42. O. Bretschger, A. Ovraztsova, C. A. Sturm, I. S. Chang, Y. A. Gorby, S. B. Reed, D. E. Culley, C. L. Reardon, S. Barua, M. F. Romine, J. Zhou, A. S. Beliaev, R. Bouhenni, D. Saffarini, F. Mansfeld, B. H. Kim, J. K. Fredrickson, and K. H. Nealson (2007) Current production and metal oxide reduction by Shewanella oneidensis MR-1 wild type and mutants. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 73(21), 7003-7012.
41. I. S. Chang and Kim B. H. (2007) Effect of sulfate reduction activity on biological treatment of hexavalent chromium [Cr(VI)] contaminated electroplating wastewater under sulfate-rich condition. Chemosphere 68, 218-226.
40. I. S. Chang, D. Kim, B. H. Kim and R. W. Lovitt (2007) Use of an industrial grade medium and medium enhancing effects on high cell density CO fermentation by Eubacterium limosum KIST612. Biotech. Lett. 29, 1183-1187.
39. Y. F. Choo, J. Lee, I. S. Chang and B. H. Kim(2006) Bacterial communities in microbial fuel cells enriched with high concentrations of glucose and glutamate. J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 16, 1481-1484.
38. B. C. Jong, B. H. Kim, I. S. Chang, P. W. Y. Liew, Y. F. Choo and G. S. Kang (2006) Enrichment, performance and microbial diversity of a thermophilic mediator-less microbial fuel cell. Environ. Sci. Technol. 40, 6449-6454.
37. J. K. Jang, I. S. Chang, H. Moon, K. H. Kang and B. H. Kim(2006) Nitrilotriacetic acid degradation under microbial fuel cell environment. Biotechnol. Bioeng. 95, 772-774.
36. Y. A. Gorby, S. Yanina, J. S. McLean, K. M. Rosso, D. Moyles, A. Dohnalkova, T. J. Beveridge, I. S. Chang, B. H. Kim, K. S. Kim, D. E. Culley, S. B. Reed, M. F. Romine, D. A. Saffarini, E. A. Hill, L. Shi, D. A. Elias, D. W. Kennedy, G. Pinchuk, K. Watanabe, S. Ishii, B. Logan, K. H. Nealson, and J. K. Fredrickson (2006) Electrically conductive bacterial nanowires produced by Shewanella oneidensis strain MR-1 and other microorganisms. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 103, 11358-11363.
35. Chang I. S., H. Moon, O. Bretschger, J. K. Jang, H. I. Park, Nealson K. H. and Kim B. H. (2006) Electrochemically active bacteria (EAB) and mediator-less microbial fuel cells. J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 16, 163-177.
34. H. Moon, I. S. Chang and B. H. Kim (2006) Continuous electricity production from wastewater using mediator-less microbial fuel cell. Bioresour. Tech. 97, 621-627.
33. H. Moon, I. S. Chang, J. K. Jang and B. H. Kim (2005) Residence time distribution in microbial fuel cell and its influence on COD removal with electricity production. Biochem. Eng. J. 27, 59-65.
32. G. T. Kim, M. S. Hyun, I. S. Chang, H. J. Kim, H. S. Park, B. H. Kim, S. D. Kim, J. W. T. Wimpenny and A. J. Weightman (2005) Dissimilatory Fe(III) reduction by electrochemically active lactic acid bacterium phylogenetically related to Enterococcus gallinarum isolated from submerged soil. J. Appl. Microbiol. 99, 978-987.
31. T. H. Pham, J. K. Jang, H. Moon I. S. Chang, B. H. Kim (2005) Improved performance of a microbial fuel cell using a membrane-electrode assembly. J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 15, 438-441.
30. I. S. Chang, H. Moon, J. K. Jang and B. H. Kim (2005) Improvement of microbial fuel cell performance as a BOD sensor using respiratory inhibitors. Biosens. Bioelectron. 20, 1856-1859.
29. H. Moon, I. S. Chang, J. K. Jang, K. S. Kim, J. Lee. R. W. Lovitt and B. H. Kim (2005) On-line monitoring of low biochemical oxygen demand through continuous operation of a mediator-less microbial fuel cell. J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 15, 192-196.
28. H. Moon, I. S. Chang, K. H. Kang, J. K. Jang and B. H. Kim (2004) Improving dynamic response of a mediator-less microbial fuel cell as biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) sensor. Biotechnol. Lett. 26, 1717-1721.
27. J. H. Back, M. S. Kim, H. Cho, I. S. Chang, J. Lee, K. S. Kim, B. H. Kim, Y. I. Park and Y. S. Han (2004) Construction of bacterial artificial chromosome library from electrochemical microorganisms. FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 238, 65-70.
26. I. S. Chang, J. K. Jang, G. C. Gil, M. Kim, H. J. Kim, B. W. Cho and B. H. Kim (2004) Continuous determination of biochemical oxygen demand sensor using a microbial fuel cell type biosensor. Biosens. Bioelectron. 19, 607-613.
25. I. S. Chang, J. L. Groh, M. M. Ramsey, J. D. Ballard and L. R. Krumholz (2004) Differential expression of Desulfovibrio vulgaris genes in response to Cu(II) and Hg(II) toxicity. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 70, 1847-1851.
24. T. H. Pham, J. K. Jang, I. S. Chang and B. H. Kim (2004) Improvement of cathode reaction of a mediatorless microbial fuel cell. J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 14, 324-329.
23. N. T. Phung, J. Lee, K. H. Kang, I. S. Chang, G. M. Gadd and B. H. Kim (2004) Analysis of microbial diversity in oligotrophic microbial fuel cell using 16S rDNA analyses. FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 233, 77-82.
22. B. H. Kim, H. S. Park, H. J. Kim, G. T. Kim, I. S. Chang, J. Lee and N. T. Phung (2004). Enrichment of microbial community generating electricity using a fuel cell type electrochemical cell. Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 63, 672-681.
21. J. K. Jang, T. H., Pham, I. S. Chang, K. H. Kang, H. Moon, K. S. Cho and B. H. Kim (2004) Construction and operation of a novel mediator- and membrane-less microbial fuel cell. Process Biochem. 39, 1007-1012.
20. K. H. Kang, J. K. Jang, J. Y. Lee, H. Moon, I. S. Chang, J. M. Kim and B. H. Kim (2004) A low BOD sensor using a microbial fuel cell. J. of KSEE, 26, 58-63.
19. I. S. Chang, J. D. Ballard and L. R. Krumholz (2003) Evidence for chimeric sequence formed during random arbitrarily primed PCR. J. Microbiol. Methods 54, 427-431.
18. G. C. Gil, I. S. Chang, B. H. Kim, M. Kim, J. K. Jang, H. S. Park and H. J. Kim (2003) Operating parameters affecting the performance of a mediator-less microbial fuel cell. Biosens. Bioelectron. 18, 327-334.
17. B. H. Kim, I. S. Chang, G. C. Gil, H. S. Park and H. J. Kim (2003) Novel BOD (biological oxygen demand) sensor using mediator-less microbial fuel cell. Biotechnol. Lett. 25, 541-545.
16. S. Y. Paik, K. S. Ra, I. S. Chang, Y. C. Park, H. C. Park, H. S. Paik, J. W. Yun, J. W. Choi (2003) Purification and characterization of complement activating acidic polysaccharide from the fruits of Capsicum annuum. J. Biochem. Mol. Biol. 36, 230-236.
15. P. A. Cuong, S. J. Jung, N. T. Phung, J, Lee, I. S. Chang, B. H. Kim, H, Yi and J. Chun (2003). A novel electrochemically active and Fe(III)-reducing bacterium phylogenetically related to Aeromonas hydrophila, isolated from a microbial fuel cell. FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 223, 129-134.
14. J. Lee, N. T. Phung, I. S. Chang, B. H. Kim and H. C. Sung (2003). Use of acetate for enrichment of electrochemically active microbes and their 16S rDNA analyses. FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 223, 185-191.
13. K. H. Kang, J. K. Jang, T. H. Pham, H. Moon, I. S. Chang and B. H. Kim (2003). A microbial fuel cell with improved cathode reaction as a low biological oxygen demand sensor. Biotechnol. Lett. 25, 1357-1361.
12. H. J. Kim, H. S. Park, M. S. Hyun, I. S. Chang, M. Kim and B. H. Kim (2002). A mediator-less microbial fuel cell using a metal reducing bacterium, Shewanella putrefaciens. Enzyme Microb. Technol. 30, 145-152.
11. H. S. Park, B. H. Kim, H. S. Kim, H. J. Kim, G. T. Kim, M. Kim, I. S. Chang, Y. K. Park and H. I. Chang (2001). A novel electrochemically active and Fe(III) reducing bacterium phylogenetically related to Clostridium butyricum isolated from a microbial fuel cell. Anaerobe 7, 297-306.
10. I. S. Chang, B. H. Kim, R. W. Lovitt and J. S. Bang (2001). Effect of CO partial pressure on cell-recycled continuous CO fermentation by Eubacterium limosum KIST612. Process Biochem. 37, 411-421.
9. I. S. Chang, P. K. Shin and B. H. Kim (2000) Biological treatment of acid mine drainage under sulphate-reducing conditions with solid waste materials as substrate. Water Res. 34, 1269-1277.
8. I. S. Chang, B. H. Kim, D. H. Kim, R. W. Lovitt and H. C. Sung (1999). Formulation of defined media for carbon monoxide fermentation by Eubacterium limosum KIST612 and the growth characteristics of the bacterium. J. Biosci. Bioeng. 88, 682-685.
7. M. S. Hyun, I. S. Chang, H. S. Park, B. H. Kim, H. J. Kim, H. K. Lee and K. K. Kwon (1999) Relationship between the organic content, heavy metal concentration and anaerobic respiration in the sediments of Shiwha-ho. Kor. J. Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 27, 252-259.
6. M. S. Hyun, B. H. Kim, I. S. Chang, H. S. Park, H. J. Kim, G. T. Kim, M. A. Kim and D. H. Park (1999). Isolation and identification of an anaerobic dissimilatory Fe(III)-reducing bacterium, Shewanella putrefaciens IR-1. J. Microbiol. 37, 206-212. 9, 365-367.
5. H. J. Kim, M. S. Hyun and I. S. Chang and B. H. Kim (1999) A fuel cell type lactate biosensor using a metal reducing bacterium, Shewanella putrefaciens, J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 9, 365-367.
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