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2019
Peoples L.M, Norenberg M., Pric D., McGoldrick M., Novotny M., Bochdansky A., Bartlett DH.  2019.  A full-ocean-depth rated modular lander and pressure-retaining sampler capable of collecting hadal-endemic microbes under in situ conditions. Deep-Sea Research Part I-Oceanographic Research Papers. 143:50-57.
2018
Marietou A., Chastain R., Beulig F., Scoma A., Hazen T.C, Bartlett DH.  2018.  The effect of hydrostatic pressure on enrichments of hydrocarbon degrading microbes from the Gulf of Mexico following the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill. Frontiers in Microbiology. 9
Peoples L.M, Donaldson S., Osuntokun O., Xia Q., Nelson A., Blanton J., Allen EE, Church M.J, Bartlett DH.  2018.  Vertically distinct microbial communities in the Mariana and Kermadec trenches. Plos One. 13
2017
Kusube M., Kyaw T.S, Tanikawa K., Chastain R.A, Hardy K.M, Cameron J., Bartlett DH.  2017.  Colwellia marinimaniae sp nov., a hyperpiezophilic species isolated from an amphipod within the Challenger Deep, Mariana Trench. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology. 67:824-831.
Leon-Zayas R., Peoples L., Biddle J.F, Podell S, Novotny M., Cameron J., Lasken R.S, Bartlett DH.  2017.  The metabolic potential of the single cell genomes obtained from the Challenger Deep, Mariana Trench within the candidate superphylum Parcubacteria (OD1). Environmental Microbiology. 19:2769-2784.
Lan Y., Sun J., Tian R.M, Bartlett DH, Li R.S, Wong Y.H, Zhang W.P, Qiu J.W, Xu T., He L.S et al..  2017.  Molecular adaptation in the world's deepest-living animal: Insights from transcriptome sequencing of the hadal amphipod Hirondellea gigas. Molecular Ecology. 26:3732-3743.
2016
Lan Y., Sun J., Bartlett DH, Rouse GW, Tabata H.G, Qian PY.  2016.  The deepest mitochondrial genome sequenced from Mariana Trench Hirondellea gigas (Amphipoda). Mitochondrial DNA Part B-Resources. 1:802-803.
Tarn J., Peoples L.M, Hardy K., Cameron J., Bartlett DH.  2016.  Identification of free-living and particle-associated microbial communities present in hadal regions of the Mariana Trench. Frontiers in Microbiology. 7
Huang Q., Tran K.N, Rodgers J.M, Bartlett DH, Hemley R.J, Ichiye T..  2016.  A molecular perspective on the limits of life: Enzymes under pressure. Condensed Matter Physics. 19
2015
Zhang Y., Li X.G, Bartlett DH, Xiao X..  2015.  Current developments in marine microbiology: high-pressure biotechnology and the genetic engineering of piezophiles. Current Opinion in Biotechnology. 33:157-164.
Leon-Zayas R., Novotny M., Podell S, Shepard C.M, Berkenpas E., Nikolenko S., Pevzner P., Lasken R.S, Bartlett DH.  2015.  Single cells within the Puerto Rico Trench suggest hadal adaptation of microbial lineages. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 81:8265-8276.
Gallo N.D, Cameron J., Hardy K., Fryer P., Bartlett DH, Levin L.A.  2015.  Submersible- and lander-observed community patterns in the Mariana and New Britain trenches: Influence of productivity and depth on epibenthic and scavenging communities. Deep-Sea Research Part I-Oceanographic Research Papers. 99:119-133.
2014
Lauro F.M, Eloe-Fadrosh E.A, Richter T.KS, Vitulo N., Ferriera S., Johnson J.H, Bartlett DH.  2014.  Ecotype diversity and conversion in Photobacterium profundum strains. Plos One. 9
Marietou A., Bartlett DH.  2014.  Effects of high hydrostatic pressure on coastal bacterial community abundance and diversity. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 80:5992-6003.
Fang J.S, Li C., Zhang L., Davis T., Kato C., Bartlett DH.  2014.  Hydrogen isotope fractionation in lipid biosynthesis by the piezophilic bacterium Moritella japonica DSK1. Chemical Geology. 367:34-38.
Cao Y., Chastain R.A, Eloe E.A, Nogi Y., Kato C., Bartlett DH.  2014.  Novel Psychropiezophilic oceanospirillales species Profundimonas piezophila gen. nov., sp nov., isolated from the deep-sea environment of the Puerto Rico Trench. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 80:54-60.
2013
Davydov DR, Sineva EV, Davydova NY, Bartlett DH, Halpert JR.  2013.  CYP261 enzymes from deep sea bacteria: A clue to conformational heterogeneity in cytochromes P450. Biotechnology and Applied Biochemistry. 60:30-40.