Daniel L. Gall 

Daniel L. Gall

Degree Program: Civil and Environmental Engineering
Faculty Supervisor: Dan R. Noguera
Phone: (608) 335-1417
Email: dlgall@wisc.edu


Current Research

Investigating enzymatic reaction mechanisms for the depolymerization of ß-O-4-linked lignin polymers and biochemical degradation routes that transform aromatic derivatives into reduced aliphatic intermediate by-products.


He SM, Gall DL, and McMahon KD. "Candidatus accumulibacter" population structure in enhanced biological phosphorus removal sludges as revealed by polyphosphate kinase genes. Appl Environ Microbiol 2007, 73(18):5865-74.

McMahon KD, Yilmaz S, He SM, Gall DL, Jenkins D, and Keasling JD. Polyphosphate kinase genes from full-scale activated sludge plants. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol 2007, 77(1):167-73.

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