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2019
Eisenhofer R., Minich J.J, Marotz C., Cooper A., Knight R., Weyrich L.S.  2019.  Contamination in low microbial biomass microbiome studies: Issues and recommendations. Trends in Microbiology. 27:105-117.
Fisher A., Wangpraseurt D., Larkum A.WD, Johnson M., Kuhl M., Chen M., Wong H.L, Burns B.P.  2019.  Correlation of bio-optical properties with photosynthetic pigment and microorganism distribution in microbial mats from Hamelin Pool, Australia. Fems Microbiology Ecology. 95
Dhaneesha M., Hasin O., Sivakumar K.C, Ravinesh R., Naman C.B, Carmeli S., Sajeevan T.P.  2019.  DNA binding and molecular dynamic studies of polycyclic tetramate macrolactams (PTM) with potential anticancer activity isolated from a sponge-associated Streptomyces zhaozhouensis subsp. mycale subsp. nov. Marine Biotechnology. 21:124-137.
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
Swalethorp R., Dinasquet J., Logares R., Bertilsson S., Kjellerup S., Krabberod A.K, Moksnes P.O, Nielsen T.G, Riemann L..  2019.  Microzooplankton distribution in the Amundsen Sea Polynya (Antarctica) during an extensive Phaeocystis antarctica bloom. Progress in Oceanography. 170:1-10.
2018
Kristoffersen V., Rama T., Isaksson J., Andersen J.H, Gerwick WH, Hansen E..  2018.  Characterization of rhamnolipids produced by an Arctic marine bacterium from the Pseudomonas fluorescence group. Marine Drugs. 16
Maire E., Villeger S., Graham N.AJ, Hoey A.S, Cinner J., Ferse S.CA, Aliaume C., Booth D.J, Feary D.A, Kulbicki M. et al..  2018.  Community-wide scan identifies fish species associated with coral reef services across the Indo-Pacific. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 285
Niner H.J, Ardron J.A, Escobar E.G, Gianni M., Jaeckel A., Jones D.OB, Levin L.A, Smith C.R, Thiele T., Turner P.J et al..  2018.  Deep-sea mining with no net loss of biodiversity-an impossible aim. Frontiers in Marine Science. 5
Plominsky A.M, Henriquez-Castillo C., Delherbe N., Podell S, Ramirez-Flandes S., Ugalde JA, Santibanez J.F, van den Engh G., Hanselmann K., Ulloa O. et al..  2018.  Distinctive archaeal composition of an artisanal crystallizer pond and functional insights into salt-saturated hypersaline environment adaptation. Frontiers in Microbiology. 9
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.
Zhang J.J, Moore BS, Tang X.Y.  2018.  Engineering Salinispora tropica for heterologous expression of natural product biosynthetic gene clusters. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. 102:8437-8446.
Ushio M., Hsieh CH, Masuda R., Deyle ER, Ye H, Chang C.W, Sugihara G, Kondoh M..  2018.  Fluctuating interaction network and time-varying stability of a natural fish community. Nature. 554:360-+.
Aburto-Oropeza O, Johnson A.F, Agha M., Allen E.B, Allen M.F, Gonzalez J.A, Moreno D.MA, Beas-Luna R., Butterfield S., Caetano G. et al..  2018.  Harnessing cross-border resources to confront climate change. Environmental Science & Policy. 87:128-132.
Lukowiak M., Cramer K.L, Madzia D., Hynes M.G, Norris RD, O'Dea A..  2018.  Historical change in a Caribbean reef sponge community and long-term loss of sponge predators. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 601:127-137.
Kharbush J.J, Thompson L.R, Haroon M.F, Knight R., Aluwihare LI.  2018.  Hopanoid-producing bacteria in the Red Sea include the major marine nitrite oxidizers. Fems Microbiology Ecology. 94
Bowman J.S.  2018.  Identification of microbial dark matter in Antarctic environments. Frontiers in Microbiology. 9
Minich J.J, Zhu Q.Y, Janssen S., Hendrickson R., Amir A., Vetter R., Hyde J., Doty M.M, Stillwell K., Benardini J. et al..  2018.  KatharoSeq enables high-throughput microbiome analysis from low-biomass samples. mSystems. 3
Vargas J.A, Hilton DR, Ramirez C, Molina J..  2018.  Metals in bivalve mollusks from the Jaco Scar seep, Pacific, Costa Rica. Revista De Biologia Tropical. 66:S269-S279.
Patin NV, Floros D.J, Hughes CC, Dorrestein PC, Jensen PR.  2018.  The role of inter-species interactions in Salinispora specialized metabolism. Microbiology-Sgm. 164:946-955.
Huang X., Rippy MA, Mehring A.S, Winfrey B.K, Jiang S.C, Grant S.B.  2018.  Shifts in dissolved organic matter and microbial community composition are associated with enhanced removal of fecal pollutants in urban stormwater wetlands. Water Research. 137:310-323.
2017
Kelly E.LA, Eynaud Y., Williams I.D, Sparks R.T, Dailer M.L, Sandin SA, Smith JE.  2017.  A budget of algal production and consumption by herbivorous fish in an herbivore fisheries management area, Maui, Hawaii. Ecosphere. 8
Leao T., Castelao G., Korobeynikov A., Monroe E.A, Podell S, Glukhov E., Allena E.E, Gerwick WH, Gerwick L.  2017.  Comparative genomics uncovers the prolific and distinctive metabolic potential of the cyanobacterial genus Moorea. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 114:3198-3203.
Amos G.CA, Awakawa T., Tuttle R.N, Letzel A.C, Kim M.C, Kudo Y., Fenical W, Moore BS, Jensen PR.  2017.  Comparative transcriptomics as a guide to natural product discovery and biosynthetic gene cluster functionality. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 114:E11121-E11130.
Arfken A., Song B., Bowman J.S, Piehler M..  2017.  Denitrification potential of the eastern oyster microbiome using a 16S rRNA gene based metabolic inference approach. Plos One. 12
Nakajima R., Rimachi E.V, Santos-Silva E.N, Calixto L.SF, Leite R.G, Khen A., Yamane T., Mazeroll A.I, Inuma J.C, Utumi E.YK et al..  2017.  The density and biomass of mesozooplankton and ichthyoplankton in the Negro and the Amazon Rivers during the rainy season: the ecological importance of the confluence boundary. Peerj. 5
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