Shadi Rahimi

Post doc at Systems and Synthetic Biology

Shadi Rahimi works as the postdoctoral researcher in the division of Systems and Synthetic Biology. She focuses her research on bacterial metabolite engineering. The goal is to get benefits of the bacterial metabolism for biotechnological production of biofuel and valuable metabolites.

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Showing 8 publications

2021

Sustained release of usnic acid from graphene coatings ensures long term antibiofilm protection

Santosh Pandit, Shadi Rahimi, Abderahmane Derouiche et al
Scientific Reports. Vol. 11 (1)
Journal article
2021

Interactions Between Graphene-Based Materials and Biological Surfaces: A Review of Underlying Molecular Mechanisms

Yanyan Chen, Santosh Pandit, Shadi Rahimi et al
Advanced Materials Interfaces. Vol. In Press
Review article
2020

Evolutionary Analysis of the Bacillus subtilis Genome Reveals New Genes Involved in Sporulation

Lei Shi, Abderahmane Derouiche, Santosh Pandit et al
Molecular Biology and Evolution. Vol. 37 (6), p. 1667-1678
Journal article
2020

Cold-Resistant Heterotrophic Ammonium and Nitrite-Removing Bacteria Improve Aquaculture Conditions of Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)

Alireza Neissi, Gholamreza Rafiee, Hamid Farahmand et al
Microbial Ecology. Vol. 80 (2), p. 266-277
Journal article
2020

Technologies for biological removal and recovery of nitrogen from wastewater

Shadi Rahimi, Oskar Modin, Ivan Mijakovic
Biotechnology Advances. Vol. 43
Review article
2020

Co-culturing Bacillus subtilis and wastewater microbial community in a bio-electrochemical system enhances denitrification and butyrate formation

Shadi Rahimi, Oskar Modin, Fariba Roshanzamir et al
Chemical Engineering Journal. Vol. 397
Journal article
2019

Triterpenoid-biosynthetic UDP-glycosyltransferases from plants

Shadi Rahimi, Jaewook Kim, Ivan Mijakovic et al
Biotechnology Advances. Vol. 37 (7)
Review article

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2019–2020

Engineering Bacillus subtilis for simultaneous treatment of municipal and industrial waste water

Shadi Rahimi Systems and Synthetic Biology
Ivan Mijakovic Systems and Synthetic Biology
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