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2019
Neu A.T, Allen EE, Roy K.  2019.  Diversity and composition of intertidal gastropod microbiomes across a major marine biogeographic boundary. 11:434-447.
Ong J.FM, Goh H.C, Lim S.C, Pang L.M, Chin J.SF, Tan K.S, Liang Z.X, Yang L., Glukhov E., Gerwick WH et al..  2019.  Integrated genomic and metabolomic approach to the discovery of potential anti-quorum sensing natural products from microbes associated with marine samples from Singapore. Marine Drugs. 17
Hou X.M, Wang C.Y, Gerwick WH, Shao C.L.  2019.  Marine natural products as potential anti-tubercular agents. 165:273-292.
Li T., Wang N., Zhang T., Zhang B., Sajeevan T.P, Joseph V., Armstrong L., He S., Yan X.J, Naman C.B.  2019.  A systematic review of recently reported marine derived natural product kinase inhibitors. 17
2018
Butler M.J, Weisz E.B, Butler J..  2018.  The effects of water quality on back-reef sponge survival and distribution in the Florida Keys, Florida (USA). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 503:92-99.
2016
Knapp ISS, Williams GJ, Bell JJ.  2016.  Temporal dynamics and persistence of sponge assemblages in a Central Pacific atoll lagoon. Marine Ecology-an Evolutionary Perspective. 37:1147-1153.
2015
Teta R., G. Sala D, Glukhov E., Gerwick L, Gerwick WH, Mangoni A., Costantino V..  2015.  Combined LC-MS/MS and molecular networking approach reveals new cyanotoxins from the 2014 cyanobacterial bloom in Green Lake, Seattle. Environmental Science & Technology. 49:14301-14310.
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