Publications of Balázs Vajna

Articles in journal with impact factors

  1. Deveau, A., Bonito, G., Uehling, J., Paoletti, M., Becker, M., Bindschedler, S., Hacquard, S., Hervé, V., Labbé, J., Lastovetsky, O.A., Mieszkin, S., Millet, L.J., Vajna, B., Junier, P., Bonfante, P., Krom, B.P., Olsson, S., van Elsas, J.D., Wick, L.Y. 2018. Bacterial - Fungal Interactions: ecology, mechanisms and challenges. FEMS Microbiology Reviews, ,-.
  2. Bánfi, R., Pohner, Zs., Kovács, J., Luzics, Sz., Nagy, A., Dudás, M., Tanos, P., Márialigeti, K., Vajna, B. 2015. Characterisation of the large-scale production process of oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus) with the analysis of succession and spatial heterogeneity of lignocellulolytic enzyme activities. Fungal Biology, 119,1354-1363.
  3. Felföldi, T., Jurecska, L., Vajna, B., Barkács, K., Makk, J., Cebe, G., Szabó, A., Záray, Gy., Márialigeti, K. 2015. Texture and type of polymer fiber carrier determine bacterial colonization and biofilm properties in wastewater treatment. Chemical Engineering Journal, 264,824-834.
  4. Benedek, T., Vajna, B., Táncsics, A., Márialigeti, K., Lányi, Sz., Máthé, I. 2013. Remarkable impact of PAHs and TPHs on the richness and diversity of bacterial species in surface soils exposed to long-term hydrocarbon pollution. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, 29,1989-2002.
  5. Táncsics, A., Farkas, M., Szoboszlay, S., Szabó, I., Kukolya, J., Vajna, B., Kovács, B., Kriszt, B. 2013. One-year monitoring of meta-cleavage dioxygenase gene expression and microbial community dynamics reveals the relevance of subfamily I.2.C extradiol dioxygenases in hypoxic, BTEX-contaminated groundwater. Systematic and Applied Microbiology, 36,339-350.
  6. Gombos, E., Felföldi, T., Barkács, K., Vértes, C., Vajna, B., Záray, G. 2012. Ferrate treatment for inactivation of bacterial community in municipal secondary effluent . Bioresource Technology, 107,116-121.
  7. Vajna, B., Kanizsai, Sz., Kéki, Zs., Márialigeti, K., Schumann, P., Tóth, E.M. 2012. Thermus composti sp. nov., isolated from oyster mushroom compost . International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 62,1486-1490.
  8. Vajna, B., Szili, D., Nagy, A., Márialigeti, K. 2012. An improved sequence aided T-RFLP analysis of bacterial succession during oyster mushroom substrate preparation . Microbial Ecology, 64,702-713.
  9. Felföldi, T., Duleba, M., Somogyi, B., Vajna, B., Nikolausz, M., Présing, M., Márialigeti, K., Vörös, L. 2011. Diversity and seasonal dynamics of the photoautotrophic picoplankton in Lake Balaton (Hungary). Aquatic Microbial Ecology, 63,273-287.
  10. Borsodi, A.K., Kiss, R.I., Cech, G., Vajna, B., Tóth, E.M., Márialigeti, K. 2010. Diversity and activity of cultivable aerobic planktonic bacteria of a saline lake located in Sovata, Romania . Folia Microbiologica, 55,461-466.
  11. Vajna, B., Nagy, A., Sajben, E., Manczinger, L., Szijártó, N., Kádár, Zs., Bordás, D., Márialigeti, K. 2010. Microbial community structure changes during oyster mushroom substrate preparation. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 86,367-375.
  12. Székely, A.J., Sipos, R., Berta, B., Vajna, B., Hajdú, C., Márialigeti, K. 2009. DGGE and T-RFLP analysis of bacterial succession during mushroom compost production and sequence-aided T-RFLP profile of mature compost. Microbial Ecology, 57,522-533.
  13. Borsodi, A.K., Makk, J., Rusznyák, A., Vajna, B., Taba, Gy., Márialigeti, K. 2007. Phenotypic characterization and molecular taxonomic studies on Bacillus and related isolates from reed (Phragmites australis) periphyton. Aquatic Botany, 86,243-252.
  14. Mezei, M., Balog, K., Babic, D.Z., Tóth, G., Cech, G., Vajna, B., Tauber, T., Seme, K., Tomazic, J., Vidmar, L., Poljak, M., Minárovits, J. 2006. Genetic variability of gag and env regions of HIV-1 strains circulating in Slovenia. AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses, 22,109-113.
  15. Kovács, G.G., László, L., Bakos, A., Minárovits, J., Bishop, M., Ströbel, T., Mitrova, E., Vajna, B., Majtényi, K. 2005. Increased incidence of genetic human prion disease in Hungary. Neurology, 65,1666-1669.