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  1. Anal fistula is a common proctological disease, but the thorough mechanisms of the anal fistula formation are still unclear. An increasing number of studies have revealed the crucial role of gut microbiota in ...

    Authors: Ping Cai, Hao Rong, Qiaoqiao Zhu, Xiaoyu Dai and Jianpei Zhao
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:58
  2. Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) is a more dangerous form of chronic non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). In the current investigation, the influence of citicoline on high-fat diet (HFD)-induced NASH...

    Authors: Ahmed M. El-Baz, Amira M. El-Ganiny, Doaa Hellal, Hala M. Anwer, Hend A. Abd El-Aziz, Ibrahim E. Tharwat, Mohamed A. El-Adawy, Shehab El-Din M. Helal, Menna Tallah A. Mohamed, Tassnim M. Azb, Hanya M. Elshafaey, AbdulRahman A. Shalata, Sahar M. Elmeligi, Noran H. Abdelbary, Attalla F. El-kott, Fatimah A. Al-Saeed…
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:57
  3. Chinese strong-flavour liquor is produced via a traditional solid-state fermentation strategy facilitated by live microorganisms in pit mud-based cellars. For the present analysis, pit mud samples from differe...

    Authors: Yan Shoubao, Yang Jie, Shen TingTing, Guang Jiaquan and Shi Cuie
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:56
  4. LukS-PV is a component of Panton-Valentine leucocidin (PVL) and is secreted by Staphylococcus aureus. Silver nanoparticles exhibit considerable potential as anticancer agents and drug delivery systems. Drug deliv...

    Authors: Hafizeh Haghighatafshar, Bahram Golestani Eimani, Elham Moazamian and Jafar Amani
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:55
  5. Tea polyphenols (TP) are the most biologically active components in tea, with antioxidant, antiobesity, and antitumor properties, as well as the ability to modulate the composition and function of intestinal m...

    Authors: Ning Wang, Chaohua Lan, Muhammad Aamer Mehmood, Manli He, Xiongjun Xiao, Linman Li, Dalong Liao, Kewei Xu, Shan Mo, Puyu Zhang, Xiaoli Zhou, Baoxiang Gu, Hui Zhu and Tao Wu
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:53
  6. Deoxynivalenol (DON) is one of the most prevalent mycotoxin contaminants, which posing a serious health threat to animals and humans. Previous studies have found that individually supplemented probiotic or gly...

    Authors: Xiaoxiang Xu, Juan Chang, Ping Wang, Chaoqi Liu, Ting Zhou, Qingqiang Yin and Guorong Yan
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:52
  7. The complex regulatory network in Bacillus, known as quorum sensing, offers many opportunities to modify bacterial gene expression and hence to control bioprocesses. One target regulated by this mechanism is the ...

    Authors: Chantal Treinen, Lennart Biermann, Maliheh Vahidinasab, Kambiz Morabbi Heravi, Lars Lilge, Rudolf Hausmann and Marius Henkel
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:51
  8. It is a growing problem around the world to deal with nontuberculous mycobacteria infection (NTM), but its clinical significance is still largely unknown. This study aims to investigate the epidemiology of NTM...

    Authors: Samira Tarashi, Fatemeh Sakhaee, Morteza Masoumi, Morteza Ghazanfari Jajin, Seyed Davar Siadat and Abolfazl Fateh
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:49
  9. Petroleum hydrocarbon contamination is of environmental and public health concerns due to its toxic components. Bioremediation utilizes microbial organisms to metabolism and remove these contaminants. The aim ...

    Authors: Hui-jun Wu, Xian-yuan Du, Wen-jing Wu, Jin Zheng, Jia-yu Song and Jia-cai Xie
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:48
  10. Insecticide resistance in agricultural pests has prompted the need to discover novel compounds with new modes of action. We investigated the potency of secondary metabolites from seventy endophytic actinobacte...

    Authors: Mohamed K. Diab, Hala M. Mead, Mohamad A. Khedr, Mohamed S. Nafie, Abdelghafar M. Abu-Elsaoud, Amro Hanora and Sahar A. El-Shatoury
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:47
  11. The demand for industrial genetically modified host cells were increased with the growth of the biopharmaceutical market. Numerous studies on improving host cell productivity have shown that altering host cell...

    Authors: Masoume Bazaz, Ahmad Adeli, Mohammad Azizi, Morteza Karimipoor, Freidoun Mahboudi and Noushin Davoudi
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:45
  12. Parageobacillus thermoglucosidasius is a thermophilic Gram-positive bacterium, which is a promising host organism for sustainable bio-based production processes. However, to take full advantage of the potential o...

    Authors: Marie Millgaard, Gonzalo Nahuel Bidart, Ivan Pogrebnyakov, Alex Toftgaard Nielsen and Ditte Hededam Welner
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:44
  13. Tuberculosis (TB) is one of the leading causes of mortality among infectious diseases and accounts for a serious health hazard wordwide. Apart from TB, the members of non-tuberculous mycobacteria (NTM), which ...

    Authors: Mohammad Hashemzadeh, Aram Asarehzadegan Dezfuli, Azar Dokht Khosravi, Maryam Moradi Bandbal, Atousa Ghorbani, Mahtab Hamed and Soolmaz Khandan Dezfuli
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:43
  14. Four GH16 family β-agarases (GH16A, GH16B, GH16C, and GH16D), originated from an agarolytic bacterium Cellvibrio sp. KY-GH-1, were expressed in an Escherichia coli system and their activities were compared. Only ...

    Authors: Hee Kyoung Lee, Won Young Jang and Young Ho Kim
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:42
  15. In the present era, nanomaterials are emerging as a powerful tool for management of plant disease and improving crop production to meet the growing global need for food. Thus, this paper was conducted to explo...

    Authors: El-Sayed R. El-Sayed, Samar S. Mohamed, Shaimaa A. Mousa, Mohamed A. Abo El-Seoud, Adel A. Elmehlawy and Dalia A.M. Abdou
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:41
  16. Despite the great potential of cold-adapted pullulanase type I in tremendous industrial applications, the majority of commercialized pullulnases type I are of mesophilic and thermophilic origin so far. Hence, ...

    Authors: Zahraa Z. Al-Mamoori, Amira M. Embaby, Ahmed Hussein and Hoda E. Mahmoud
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:40

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  17. Biofilm-based algal technologies have gained popularity due to higher biomass productivity, efficient harvesting, and water-saving over suspended growth systems. A rotating attached system was designed to asse...

    Authors: Zahra Mousavian, Maliheh Safavi, Alireza Salehirad, Farzaneh Azizmohseni, Mahnaz Hadizadeh and Saeed Mirdamadi
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:39
  18. Surfactin has the potential to be used as a food preservative. However, efficiency and action mechanism in various applications need more assessments and research. In this study, the antifungal effects and the...

    Authors: Peng Xiao, Xiaoyu Tian, Peng Zhu, Yangyang Xu and Chengxu Zhou
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:37
  19. Lentinula edodes (shiitake mushroom) is one of the most widely cultivated edible mushrooms and is primarily cultivated using sawdust medium. While there have been improvements in the cultivation technology, the m...

    Authors: Nanae Kobayashi, Nagisa Wada, Haruna Yokoyama, Yuki Tanaka, Tomohiro Suzuki, Naoto Habu and Naotake Konno
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:36
  20. Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is a malignant tumor with high incidence in China, which is mainly related to chronic hepatitis B (CHB) and liver cirrhosis (LC) caused by hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection. This...

    Authors: Huarong Zhang, Junling Wu, Yijuan Liu, Yongbin Zeng, Zhiyu Jiang, Haidan Yan, Jie Lin, Weixin Zhou, Qishui Ou and Lu Ao
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:35
  21. Roseocin, the two-peptide lantibiotic from Streptomyces roseosporus, carries extensive intramolecular (methyl)lanthionine bridging in the peptides and exhibits synergistic antibacterial activity against clinicall...

    Authors: Sandeep Chaudhary, Shweta Kishen, Mangal Singh, Sunanda Jassal, Reeva Pathania, Kalpana Bisht and Dipti Sareen
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:34
  22. Ralstonia eutropha H16 is a chemolithoautotrophic bacterium with O2-tolerant hydrogenase (Hyds) enzymes. Hyds are expressed in the presence of gas mixtures (H2, O2, CO2) or under energy limitation and stress cond...

    Authors: Meri Iskandaryan, Syuzanna Blbulyan, Mayramik Sahakyan, Anait Vassilian, Karen Trchounian and Anna Poladyan
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:33
  23. Ethyl carbamate (EC) is mainly found in fermented foods and fermented alcoholic beverages, which could cause carcinogenic potential to humans. Reducing EC is one of the key research priorities to address secur...

    Authors: Qijia Zan, Mengfei Long, Nan Zheng, Zehua Zhang, Huimin Zhou, Xinjie Xu, Tolbert Osire and Xiaole Xia
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:32
  24. The Burkholderia cepacia complex (BCC) is a Gram-negative bacterial, including Burkholderia contaminans species. Although the plain Burkholderia is pervasive from taxonomic and genetic perspectives, a common char...

    Authors: Eiseul Kim, Hae-In Jung, Si Hong Park, Hae-Yeong Kim and Soo-Ki Kim
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:30
  25. High risk of acute morbidities and even mortality from expanding the antibiotics resistant infectious wounds force indefinite efforts for development of high performance wound-healing materials. Herein, we des...

    Authors: Maryam Khaleghi, Fakhri Haghi, Mina Gholami, Hamdam Hourfar, Farshad Shahi, Ali Mir Mousavi Zekoloujeh, Farhang Aliakbari, Ebrahim Ahmadi and Dina Morshedi
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:29
  26. Hydrogen production via microbial photofermentation shows great promise as a method for sustainable hydrogen production; however, operating costs associated with photofermentative hydrogen production need to b...

    Authors: Catharine Elizabeth Bosman, Petrie van Wyk, Robert William McClelland Pott and Steven Martin Bradshaw
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:26
  27. Okara, a renewable biomass resource, is a promising fermentative raw material for the bio-production of value-added chemicals due to its abundance and low-costs. we developed a process for the enzymatic hydrol...

    Authors: Tao Li, Ping Liu, Gege Guo, Zhaoxing Liu, Lei Zhong, Lianxia Guo, Cheng Chen, Ning Hao and Pingkai Ouyang
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:25
  28. Hyphaene thebaica fruits were used for the fabrication of spherical erbium oxide nanoparticles (HT-Er2O3 NPS) using a one-step simple bioreduction process. XRD pattern revealed a highly crystalline and pure phase...

    Authors: Hamza Elsayed Ahmad Mohamed, Ali Talha Khalil, Khaoula Hkiri, Muhammad Ayaz, Jamil Anwar Abbasi, Abdul Sadiq, Farhat Ullah, Asif Nawaz, Ikram Ullah and Malik Maaza
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:24
  29. Green algae, Chlamydomonas reinhardtii, with low cultivation cost, absence of endotoxins and insusceptibility to human pathogens is emerging as a potential system for the future production of recombinant proteins...

    Authors: Maham Akram, Mohsin Ahmad Khan, Nadeem Ahmed, Rashid Bhatti, Rabbia Pervaiz, Kausar Malik, Saad Tahir, Rabia Abbas, Fareeha Ashraf and Qurban Ali
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:23
  30. L-asparaginase (L-ASNase) from microbial sources is a commercially vital enzyme to treat acute lymphoblastic leukemia. However, the side effects associated with the commercial formulations of L-ASNases intrigu...

    Authors: Sanyukta Darnal, Vijeta Patial, Virender Kumar, Subhash Kumar, Vijay Kumar, Yogendra S. Padwad and Dharam Singh
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:22
  31. The bacterial genus Enterococcus encompasses 38 species. Two of the most common species are E. faecalis and E. faecium. Recently, however, there has been an increase in clinical reports concerning less prevalent

    Authors: Se-Hyung Kim, Jung-Whan Chon, Hyo-Won Jeong, Kwang-Young Song, Dong-Hyeon Kim, Dongryeoul Bae, Hyunsook Kim and Kun-Ho Seo
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:21
  32. The prevalence of antibiotic resistance in Pseudomonas aeruginosa places a heavy burden on the health care sectors urging the need to find alternative, non-antibiotic strategies. The interference with the P. aeru...

    Authors: Duaa M. Hijazi, Lina A. Dahabiyeh, Salah Abdelrazig, Dana A. Alqudah and Amal G. Al-Bakri
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:20
  33. Bacterial cells are surrounded by a peptidoglycan (PG) cell wall, which is essential for cell integrity and intrinsic biogenesis pathways; hence, the cell wall is a potential target for several antibiotics. Am...

    Authors: Sahar Zaidi, Khursheed Ali, Yadya M. Chawla and Asad U. Khan
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:19
  34. The natural soil environment is considered one of the most diverse habitats containing numerous bacteria, fungi, and larger organisms such as nematodes, insects, or rodents. Rhizosphere bacteria play vital rol...

    Authors: Jun Haeng Nam, Alyssa Thibodeau, Yanping L. Qian, Michael C. Qian and Si Hong Park
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:18
  35. The contribution of dysbiotic gut microbiota configuration is essential when making reference to the metabolic disorders by increasing energy. It is important to understand that the gut microbiota induced meta...

    Authors: Ousman Bajinka, Yurong Tan, Alansana Darboe, Isabella Gloria Ighaede-Edwards and Khalid A. Abdelhalim
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:16
  36. Isolation of heavy metals-resistant bacteria from their original habitat is a crucial step in bioremediation. Six lead (Pb) resistant bacterial strains were isolated and identified utilizing 16S rRNA to be Entero...

    Authors: Nagwa I. Elarabi, Asmaa A. Halema, Abdelhadi A. Abdelhadi, Ahmed R. Henawy, Omar Samir and Heba A. R. Abdelhaleem
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:14
  37. Heparanase (HPSE) is an endoglycosidase cleaves heparan sulfate (HS) and this contributes to the degradation and remodeling of the extracellular matrix. HS cleaved by HPSE induces activation of autophagy and f...

    Authors: Hayder M. Al-Kuraishy, Ali I. Al-Gareeb, ‏Helal F. Hetta, Athanasios Alexiou, Marios Papadakis and Gaber El-Saber Batiha
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:13
  38. The growing awareness about the adverse health effects of artificial synthetic preservatives has led to a rapid increase in the demand for safe food preservation techniques and bio preservatives. Thus, in this...

    Authors: Muzamil Rashid, Sunil Sharma, Arvinder Kaur, Amarjeet Kaur and Sukhraj Kaur
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:11
  39. Bacillus, an excellent organic-degrading agent, can degrade lignocellulose. Notably, some B. velezensis strains encode lignocellulases. However, their ability to degrade lignocellulose in fermented feed is not mu...

    Authors: Long Chen, Zihui Qu, Wei Yu, Lin Zheng, Haixin Qiao, Dan Wang, Bingdong Wei and Zijian Zhao
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:10
  40. Endophytes can facilitate the improvement of plant growth and health in agriculturally important crops, yet their genomes and secondary metabolites remain largely unexplored. We previously isolated Saccharibacill...

    Authors: Lingmin Jiang, Jiyoon Seo, Yuxin Peng, Doeun Jeon, Soon Ju Park, Cha Young Kim, Pyoung Il Kim, Chul Hong Kim, Ju Huck Lee and Jiyoung Lee
    Citation: AMB Express 2023 13:9

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AMBE Call for Editor-in-Chief

Springer Nature announces an opportunity for an exceptional candidate to serve as Editor-in-Chief for the journal AMB Express (AMBE).

AMBE is a high-quality Open Access journal that brings together research in the area of Applied and Industrial Microbiology with a particular interest in 'White Biotechnology' and 'Red Biotechnology'. The emphasis is on processes employing microorganisms, eukaryotic cell cultures or enzymes for the biosynthesis, transformation and degradation of compounds. This includes fine and bulk chemicals, polymeric compounds and enzymes or other proteins. Downstream processes are also considered. Integrated processes combining biochemical and chemical processes are also published.
Reports on the use of new procedures or tools in a clinical setting are only considered for publication if microorganisms, viruses, enzymes or other proteins from microorganisms or metabolites of microorganisms are involved as crucial and central part of the new procedure or tool.

The journal Impact Factor (2022) is 3.7, and it received over a million article downloads in 2023.

The current Editor-in-Chief, Prof. Alexander Steinbüchel, will conclude his term of office in December 2024, and we are looking to recruit a successor who would start working in early autumn 2024 with a gradual handover of duties from the current editor and become fully installed as of January 2025.
The appointment will be for a three-year term and includes an annual editorial stipend. The position is open to highly regarded experts in applied microbiology with international recognition and proven scientific leadership in a renowned academic or research institution. 

Candidates should have a PhD or equivalent degree and be able to demonstrate a strong research and publication record. Prior experience in peer-review activities and other editorial functions is highly desirable. We are searching for a motivated and enthusiastic scientist with a vision of growing and developing the journal to serve the scientific community even better.

Responsibilities include working alongside the Associate Editors to manage the peer review of manuscripts under consideration by the journal, closely collaborating with the publisher to select Editors and the Editorial Board, and commissioning submissions in areas of interest and scope. The Editor-in-Chief will work routinely with Springer Nature on journal development with the goal of furthering the journal’s impact and reach.


Responsibilities of the Editor-in-Chief include:
●    Working in consultation with the Journal Editors or other Editors that may be appointed, the Editor-in-Chief will exercise control of the editorial development and editorial content of the journal and oversees the application of high editorial standards to all published contributions. 

●    Supplying the Publisher with refereed and accepted manuscripts and other editorial material, prepared in accordance with the guidelines to authors.

●    In consultation with Publisher, selecting Editors and an Editorial Board that provides both international representation and diverse expertise.

●    Soliciting high quality reviews and other commissioned content on topics of interest.

●    If they desire, to periodically select Guest Editors who shall be responsible for soliciting and acquiring manuscript for topical collections.

●    To use their best efforts to promote and to assist the Publisher in promoting the journal at relevant meetings, online and within the appropriate scientific communities.

●    Checking the content of the journal with a view to ensuring that there are no material infringing editorial policies. They will also promptly inform the Publisher of any resulting issues, and be available to discuss and support resulting issues.

●    Supporting ongoing diversity and inclusion goals in helping to ensure the journal is reflective of the global community that it serves.

●    Adhering to standards of editorial good practice, as defined in the Publisher’s Code of Conduct for Editors-in-Chief. The Code is based on guidelines and best practice recommendations issued by organizations such as the Committee of Publication Ethics (COPE).

●    Participating in Springer Nature’s Transfer Service by offering the transfer option, where appropriate, to authors whose manuscripts have been rejected from the journal, and considering manuscripts received by through the Transfer Service. 

●    Participating in regular meetings with the Publisher as well as an Annual Editorial Board meeting, to discuss the ongoing development of the journal and to set and accomplish journal development goals.


All applications should be sent to Barbara Zöhrer, Senior Publisher, at barbara.zoehrer@springernature.com by 15 May 2024.


Candidates should include the following documents with their formal application:
•    Cover letter (max. 2 pages) summarizing their qualifications and motivation, including an explanation why they consider themselves suitable for the position. 
•    Curriculum vitae (max. 3 pages) including relevant publications and achievements.
•    Vision statement (max. 3 pages) addressing the following points:
-    Analysis of the current situation of AMB Express
-    Vision and strategy for further enhancing the journal through editorial aspects
-    Strategy on encouraging and building a supportive and inclusive culture based on the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion for the Editorial Board.