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2019
Lutz H.L, Jackson E.W, Webala P.W, Babyesiza W.S, Peterhans J.CK, Demos T.C, Patterson B.D, Gilbert J.A.  2019.  Ecology and host identity outweigh evolutionary history in shaping the bat microbiome. 4
Dutta A., Peoples L.M, Gupta A., Bartlett DH, Sar P..  2019.  Exploring the piezotolerant/piezophilic microbial community and genomic basis of piezotolerance within the deep subsurface Deccan traps. 23:421-433.
2018
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
2017
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.
2016
Rawlence N.J, Collins C.J, Anderson C.NK, Maxwell J.J, Smith I.WG, Robertson B.C, Knapp M., Horsburgh K.A, Stanton J.AL, Scofield R.P et al..  2016.  Human-mediated extirpation of the unique Chatham Islands sea lion and implications for the conservation management of remaining New Zealand sea lion populations. Molecular Ecology. 25:3950-3961.
Armstrong E., Abarbanel H.DI.  2016.  Model of the songbird nucleus HVC as a network of central pattern generators. Journal of Neurophysiology. 116:2405-2419.
2015
Xia X.M, Vidyarathna N.K, Palenik B, Lee P., Liu H.B.  2015.  Comparison of the seasonal variations of synechococcus assemblage structures in estuarine waters and coastal waters of Hong Kong. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 81:7644-7655.
Burkett A.M, Rathburn A.E, Perez M.E, Levin L.A, Cha H., Rouse GW.  2015.  Phylogenetic placement of Cibicidoides wuellerstorfi (Schwager, 1866) from methane seeps and non-seep habitats on the Pacific margin. Geobiology. 13:44-52.