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Brian Kinkle

Title: Professor
Office: 603B Rieveschl Hall
Tel: 513-556-9756
Email: brian.kinkle@uc.edu

Education

  • PhD, University of Minnesota, 1990 (Soil Microbiology).

Research Information

Research Interests

My general research interests lie in the overlapping areas of microbial ecology and environmental microbiology.

Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

  • Popovici, Jonathan, White, Colin P, Hoelle, Jill, Kinkle, Brian K, & Lytle, Darren A (2014). Characterization of the cell surface properties of drinking water pathogens by microbial adhesion to hydrocarbon and electrophoretic mobility measurements. Colloids and Surfaces. B, Biointerfaces, 118, 126-32.
  • Jing, G., Polaczyk, A., Kinkle, B., Oerther, D.B., & Papautsky, I. (2007). Development of a microfluidic biosensor for detection of environmental mycobacteria. Sensors and Actuators:B 123:614-629.
  • Mueller, Kevin E, Mueller-Spitz, Sabrina R, Henry, Heather F, Vonderheide, Anne P, Soman, Rajiv S, Kinkle, Brian K, & Shann, Jodi R (2006). Fate of pentabrominated diphenyl ethers in soil: abiotic sorption, plant uptake, and the impact of interspecific plant interactions. Environ. Sci. Tech., 40, 6662-7.
  • Mueller-Spitz, Sabrina R, Vonderheide, Anne P, Shann, Jodi R, Caruso, Joseph A, & Kinkle, Brian K (2006). Use of SEC-ICP-MS with a collision cell for determining the interaction of chromium with DNA extracted from metal-contaminated soils. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, 386, 142-51.
  • Polaczyk, Amy, Kinkle, Brian, Papautsky, Ian, & Oerther, Daniel B (2006). Culture-based MEMS device to track Gordonia in activated sludge. Environ. Sci. Tech., 40, 2269-74.
  • Jjemba, Patrick K, Kinkle, Brian K, & Shann, Jodi R (2006). In-situ enumeration and probing of pyrene-degrading soil bacteria. FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 55, 287-98.
  • Boczek, Laura A, Johnson, Clifford H, Rice, Eugene W, & Kinkle, Brian K (2006). The widespread occurrence of the enterohemolysin gene ehlyA among environmental strains of Escherichia coli. FEMS Microbiology Letters, 254, 281-4.
  • Mueller, Kevin E, Mueller-Spitz, Sabrina R, Henry, Heather F, Vonderheide, Anne P, Soman, Rajiv S, Kinkle, Brian K, & Shann, Jodi R (2006). Fate of pentabrominated diphenyl ethers in soil: abiotic sorption, plant uptake, and the impact of interspecific plant interactions. Environ. Sci. Tech., 40, 6662-7.
  • Jjemba, P.K., Kinkle, B.K., & Shann, J.R. (2006). In-situ enumeration and probing of pyrene-degrading soil bacteria. FEMS Microbiol. Ecol., 55, 287-298.
  • Polaczyk, A., Kinkle, B., Papautsky, I., & Oerther, D.B. (2006). Culture-Based BioMEMS device to track Gordonia in activated sludge. Environ. Sci. Technol., 40, 2269-2274.
  • Mueller, S.R., Vonderheide, A.P., Shann, J.R., & Kinkle, B.K. (2006). Use of SEC-ICP-MS with a collision cell for determining the interactions of chromium with DNA extracted from metal contaminated soil. Anal. Bioanal. Chem., 386, 142-151.
  • Mueller, K.E., Mueller-Spitz, S.R., Henry, H.F., Vonderheide, A.P., Soman, R.S., Kinkle, B.K., & Shann, J.R. (2006). Fate of penta-brominated diphenyl ethers in soil: abiotic sorption, plant uptake, and interspecific plant competition. Environ. Sci. Technol., 40, 6662-6667.
  • Vonderheide, A.P., Mueller-Spitz, S.R., Meija, J., Mueller, K., Welsh, G.L., Kinkle, B., Shann, J., & Caruso, J.A. (2006). Rapid breakdown of brominated flame retardants by soil microorganisms. J. Anal. Atomic Spectrom., 21, 1232-1239.
  • Jing, G., Eluru, H., Polaczyk, A., Kinkle, B., Oerther, D., & Papautsky, I. (2005). Paraffin surfaces for culture-based detection of mycobacteria in environmental samples. J. Micromech. Microeng., 15, 270-276.
  • Revetta, R.P., Rodgers, M.R., & Kinkle, B.K. (2005). Isolation and identification of freshwater bacteria antagonistic to Giardia lamblia cysts. J. Water Health, 3, 83-88.
  • Cheung, P.Y., & Kinkle, B.K. (2005). Effects of nutrients and surfactants on pyrene mineralization and Mycobacterium spp. populations in contaminated soil. Soil Biol. Biochem., 37, 1401-1405.
  • Cheung, P.Y., & Kinkle, B.K. (2005). Changes in Mycobacterium spp. population structure and pyrene mineralization in polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon amended soils. Soil Biol. Biochem., 37, 1929-1937.
  • Popa R., Badescu, A., & Kinkle, B.K. (2004). Pyrite framboids as biomarkers for iron sulfur systems. Geomicrobiol. J., 21, 193-206.
  • Popa, R., & Kinkle, B.K. (2004). Isolation of Thiomonas thermosulfatus strain 51, a species capable of coupling biogenic pyritization with chemiosmotic energy transduction. Geomicrobiol. J., 21, 297-309.
  • Jing, G., Hollis, G., Polaczyk, A., Eluru, H., Kinkle, B., Mast, D., Oerther, D., & Papautsky, I. (2004). Developing rapid detection of mycobacteria using microwaves. Analyst, 129, 963-969.
  • Jing, Gaoshan, Hollis, Grant, Polaczyk, Amy, Eluru, Hima B, Kinkle, Brian, Mast, David, Oerther, Daniel B, & Papautsky, Ian (2004). Developing rapid detection of mycobacteria using microwaves. Analyst, 129, 963-9.
  • Coughlin, Michael F, Kinkle, Brian K, & Bishop, Paul L (2003). High performance degradation of azo dye Acid Orange 7 and sulfanilic acid in a laboratory scale reactor after seeding with cultured bacterial strains. Water Research, 37, 2757-63.
  • Coughlin, M.F., Kinkle, B.K., & Bishop, P.L. (2003). High performance degradation of azo dye Acid Orange 7 and sulfanilic acid in a laboratory scale reactor after seeding with cultured bacterial strains. Water Research, 37, 2757-2763.
  • Rodgers, M., Flanigan, D., Pfaller, S., & Kinkle, B.K. (2003). Identification of a Flavobacterium strain virulent against Giardia lamblia cysts. World J. Microbio. Biotech., 19, 703-709.
  • Coughlin, Michael F, Kinkle, Brian K, & Bishop, Paul L (2002). Degradation of acid orange 7 in an aerobic biofilm. Chemosphere, 46, 11-9.