Sekelwa Cosa
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Bioflocculant production by Virgibacillus sp. Rob isolated from the bottom sediment of Algoa Bay in the Eastern Cape, South Africa
S Cosa, LV Mabinya, AO Olaniran, OO Okoh, K Bernard, S Deyzel, ...
Molecules 16 (3), 2431-2442, 2011
822011
Factors influencing the production of extracellular polymeric substances by Rhodopseudomonas acidophila
GP Sheng, HQ Yu, Z Yue
International biodeterioration & biodegradation 58 (2), 89-93, 2006
762006
Assessment of bioflocculant production by Bacillus sp. Gilbert, a marine bacterium isolated from the bottom sediment of Algoa Bay
P Nontembiso, C Sekelwa, MV Leonard, OI Anthony
Marine drugs 9 (7), 1232-1242, 2011
712011
Thermostable bacterial bioflocculant produced by Cobetia spp. isolated from Algoa Bay (South Africa)
A Ugbenyen, S Cosa, L Mabinya, OO Babalola, F Aghdasi, A Okoh
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 9 (6 …, 2012
502012
Studies on bioflocculant production by Arthrobacter sp. Raats, a freshwater bacteria isolated from Tyume River, South Africa
LV Mabinya, S Cosa, U Nwodo, AI Okoh
International journal of molecular sciences 13 (1), 1054-1065, 2012
432012
Bioflocculant Production by a Consortium of Two Bacterial Species and Its Potential Application in Industrial Wastewater and River Water Treatment.
S Cosa, A Okoh
Polish Journal of Environmental Studies 23 (3), 2014
382014
Bioflocculant production by Bacillus sp. Gilbert isolated from a marine environment in South Africa
AM Ugbenyen, S Cosa, LV Mabinya, AI Okoh
Applied biochemistry and microbiology 50 (1), 49-54, 2014
342014
Halomonas sp. OKOH—a marine bacterium isolated from the bottom sediment of Algoa Bay—produces a polysaccharide bioflocculant: partial characterization and biochemical …
LV Mabinya, S Cosa, N Mkwetshana, AI Okoh
Molecules 16 (6), 4358-4370, 2011
342011
Characterization of a thermostable polysaccharide bioflocculant produced by Virgibacillus species isolated from Algoa bay
C Sekelwa, UM Anthony, ML Vuyani, OI Anthony
African Journal of Microbiology Research 7 (23), 2925-2938, 2013
312013
Production and characterization of bioflocculant produced by Halobacillus sp. Mvuyo isolated from bottom sediment of Algoa Bay
S Cosa, LV Mabinya, AO Olaniran, AI Okoh
Environmental technology 33 (9), 967-973, 2012
272012
Characterization and flocculation efficiency of a bioflocculant produced by a marine Halobacillus
S Cosa, AM Ugbenyen, LV Mabinya, K Rumbold, AI Okoh
Environmental technology 34 (18), 2671-2679, 2013
262013
A marine bacterium, Oceanobacillus sp. Pinky, isolated from Algoa Bay sediment produces a thermostable glycoprotein flocculant
S Cosa, MA Ugbenyen, LV Mabinya, K Rumbold, AO Olaniran, F Aghdasi, ...
African Journal of Biotechnology 12 (26), 2013
72013
Assessment of Bioflocculant Production by Some Marine Bacteria Isolated from the Bottonm Sediment of Algoa Bay
S Cosa
University of Fort Hare, 2010
72010
Anti-quorum sensing and antimicrobial activities of South African medicinal plants against uropathogens
IT Baloyi, S Cosa, S Combrinck, CM Leonard, AM Viljoen
South African Journal of Botany 122, 484-491, 2019
42019
Exploring common culinary herbs and spices as potential anti-quorum sensing agents
S Cosa, SK Chaudhary, W Chen, S Combrinck, A Viljoen
Nutrients 11 (4), 739, 2019
32019
Prevalence of culturable marine actinomycetes genera in near-shore sediments of Algoa Bay in the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa
S Cosa, AI Okoh
J. Pure Appl. Microbiol 6, 1111-1118, 2012
32012
Hacking in to the social media network of bacteria: The antiquorum sensing properties of herbs and spices
S Cosa, AM Viljoen, SK Chaudhary, W Chen
Planta Medica 82 (S 01), P155, 2016
12016
Calpurnia aurea (Aiton) Benth Extracts Reduce Quorum Sensing Controlled Virulence Factors in Pseudomonas aeruginosa
S Cosa, JR Rakoma, AA Yusuf, TE Tshikalange
Molecules 25 (10), 2283, 2020
2020
Antiuropathogenic and antioxidant activities of Hypoxis hemerocallidea Lam. extracts, and compounds from its taxonomically related species
K Bassey, S Cosa
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