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2019
Yarimizu K., Cruz-Lopez R., Garcia-Mendoza E., Edwards M., Carter ML, Carrano C.J.  2019.  Distribution of dissolved iron and bacteria producing the photoactive siderophore, vibrioferrin, in waters off Southern California and Northern Baja. 32:139-154.
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
2018
Nakatsuji T., Chen T.H, Butcher A.M, Trzoss L.L, Nam SJ, Shirakawa K.T, Zhou W., Oh J., Otto M., Fenical W et al..  2018.  A commensal strain of Staphylococcus epidermidis protects against skin neoplasia. Science Advances. 4
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
Minich J.J, Morris M.M, Brown M., Doane M., Edwards MS, Michael T.P, Dinsdale E.A.  2018.  Elevated temperature drives kelp microbiome dysbiosis, while elevated carbon dioxide induces water microbiome disruption. Plos One. 13
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
Ermel M., Behrendt T., Oswald R., Derstroff B., Wu D., Hohlmann S., Stonner C., Pommerening-Roser A., Konneke M., Williams J. et al..  2018.  Hydroxylamine released by nitrifying microorganisms is a precursor for HONO emission from drying soils. Scientific Reports. 8
Hagstrom A., Azam F, Berg C., Zweifel U.L.  2018.  Isolates as models to study bacterial ecophysiology and biogeochemistry. Aquatic Microbial Ecology. 80:15-27.
Nakajima R., Haas AF, Silveira C.B, Kelly E.LA, Smith JE, Sandin S., Kelly LW, Rohwer F, Nakatomi N., Kurihara H..  2018.  Release of dissolved and particulate organic matter by the soft coral Lobophytum and subsequent microbial degradation. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 504:53-60.
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
McCluskey C.S, Hill T.CJ, Malfatti F., Sultana C.M, Lee C., Santander M.V, Beall C.M, Moore K.A, Cornwell G.C, Collins DB et al..  2017.  A dynamic link between ice nucleating particles released in nascent sea spray aerosol and oceanic biological activity during two mesocosm experiments. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences. 74:151-166.
Gallagher K.A, Wanger G., Henderson J., Llorente M., Hughes CC, Jensen PR.  2017.  Ecological implications of hypoxia-triggered shifts in secondary metabolism. Environmental Microbiology. 19:2182-2191.
Nakajima R., Tanaka Y., Guillemette R., Kurihara H..  2017.  Effects of coral-derived organic matter on the growth of bacterioplankton and heterotrophic nanoflagellates. Coral Reefs. 36:1171-1179.
Sultana C.M, Al-Mashat H., Prather KA.  2017.  Expanding Single Particle Mass Spectrometer Analyses for the Identification of Microbe Signatures in Sea Spray Aerosol. Analytical Chemistry. 89:10162-10170.
Lee Z.MP, Poret-Peterson A.T, Siefert J.L, Kaul D., Moustafa A., Allen A.E, Dupont C.L, Eguiarte L.E, Souza V., Elser J.J.  2017.  Nutrient stoichiometry shapes microbial community structure in an evaporitic shallow pond. Frontiers in Microbiology. 8
Paerl R.W, Bouget F.Y, Lozano J.C, Verge V., Schatt P., Allen EE, Palenik B, Azam F.  2017.  Use of plankton-derived vitamin B1 precursors, especially thiazole-related precursor, by key marine picoeukaryotic phytoplankton. Isme Journal. 11:753-765.
2016
Le T.C, Yang I., Yoon Y.J, Nam SJ, Fenical W.  2016.  Ansalactams B-D illustrate further biosynthetic plasticity within the ansamycin pathway. Organic Letters. 18:2256-2259.
Patin NV, Duncan K.R, Dorrestein PC, Jensen PR.  2016.  Competitive strategies differentiate closely related species of marine actinobacteria. Isme Journal. 10:478-490.
Groenhagen U., De Oliveira A.LL, Fielding E., Moore BS, Schulz S..  2016.  Coupled biosynthesis of volatiles and salinosporamideA in Salinispora tropica. Chembiochem. 17:1978-1985.
Gudeta D.D, Bortolaia V., Pollini S., Docquier J.D, Rossolini G.M, Amos G.CA, Wellington E.MH, Guardabassi L..  2016.  Expanding the Repertoire of Carbapenem-Hydrolyzing Metallo-ss-Lactamases by Functional Metagenomic Analysis of Soil Microbiota. Frontiers in Microbiology. 7
Zhang W.P, Lu L, Lai Q.L, Zhu B.K, Li Z.R, Xu Y, Shao ZZ, Herrup K., Moore BS, Ross AC et al..  2016.  Family-wide structural characterization and genomic comparisons decode the diversity-oriented biosynthesis of thalassospiramides by marine proteobacteria. Journal of Biological Chemistry. 291:27228-+.
Li J., Azam F, Zhang S..  2016.  Outer membrane vesicles containing signalling molecules and active hydrolytic enzymes released by a coral pathogen Vibrio shilonii AK1. Environmental Microbiology. 18:3850-3866.
Schorn M.A, Alanjary M.M, Aguinaldo K., Korobeynikov A., Podell S, Patin N., Lincecum T., Jensen PR, Ziemert N., Moore BS.  2016.  Sequencing rare marine actinomycete genomes reveals high density of unique natural product biosynthetic gene clusters. Microbiology-Sgm. 162:2075-2086.
Mehring A.S, Hatt B.E, Kraikittikun D., Orelo B.D, Rippy MA, Grant S.B, Gonzalez J.P, Jiang S.C, Ambrose R.F, Levin L.A.  2016.  Soil invertebrates in Australian rain gardens and their potential roles in storage and processing of nitrogen. Ecological Engineering. 97:138-143.
2015
Kim MJ, Michaud J.M, Williams R., Sherwood B.P, Pomeroy R., Azam F, Burkart M., Bertram TH.  2015.  Bacteria-driven production of alkyl nitrates in seawater. Geophysical Research Letters. 42:597-604.