Jamie J. M. Lustermans's research while affiliated with Aarhus University and other places

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The global production of unrecycled electronic waste is extensively growing each year, urging the search for alternatives in biodegradable electronic materials. Electroactive bacteria and their nanowires have emerged as a new route toward electronic biological materials (e-biologics). Recent studies on electron transport in cable bacteria—filamento...
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Microaerophilic veils of swimming microorganisms form at oxic-anoxic interfaces, mostly described in sediments where sulfide from below meets oxygen diffusing in from the water phase. However, microaerophilic veils form even when these gradients do not overlap, for example when cable bacteria activity leads to a suboxic zone. This suggests that vei...
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Microaerophilic veils of swimming microorganisms form at oxic-anoxic interfaces, most commonly described in sediments where sulfide diffusing out from below meets oxygen diffusing in from the water phase. However, distinctive microaerophilic veils form even when there is a gap between the sulfide and O 2 fronts, i.e., a suboxic zone, and suggest th...