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2017
Demko A.M, Amsler C.D, Hay M.E, Long J.D, McClintock J.B, Paul VJ, Sotka E.E.  2017.  Declines in plant palatability from polar to tropical latitudes depend on herbivore and plant identity. Ecology. 98:2312-2321.
Agarwal V., Blanton J.M, Podell S, Taton A., Schorn M.A, Busch J., Lin Z.J, Schmidt EW, Jensen PR, Paul VJ et al..  2017.  Metagenomic discovery of polybrominated diphenyl ether biosynthesis by marine sponges. Nature Chemical Biology. 13:537-+.
2016
A. Gamal E, Agarwal V., Diethelm S., Rahman I., Schorn M.A, Sneed J.M, Louie G.V, Whalen K.E, Mincer T.J, Noel J.P et al..  2016.  Biosynthesis of coral settlement cue tetrabromopyrrole in marine bacteria by a uniquely adapted brominase-thioesterase enzyme pair. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 113:3797-3802.
2015
Agarwal V., Li J., Rahman I., Borgen M., Aluwihare LI, Biggs J.S, Paul VJ, Moore BS.  2015.  Complexity of naturally produced polybrominated diphenyl ethers revealed via mass spectrometry. Environmental Science & Technology. 49:1339-1346.
2013
Engene N, Paul VJ, Byrum T., Gerwick WH, Thor A., Ellisman M.H.  2013.  Chemically rich species of tropical marine cyanobacteria of the genus Okeania gen. Nov (oscillatoriales, cyanoprokaryota). Journal of Phycology. 49:1095-1106.
Engene N, Gunasekera SP, Gerwick WH, Paul VJ.  2013.  Phylogenetic Inferences Reveal a Large Extent of Novel Biodiversity in Chemically Rich Tropical Marine Cyanobacteria. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 79:1882-1888.
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