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2018
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
O'Rourke A., Kremb S., Duggan BM, Sioud S., Kharbatia N., Raji M., Emwas A.H, Gerwick WH, Voolstra C.R.  2018.  Identification of a 3-Alkylpyridinium Compound from the Red Sea Sponge Amphimedon chloros with In Vitro Inhibitory Activity against the West Nile Virus NS3 Protease. Molecules. 23
Zhan P., Gopalakrishnan G, Subramanian AC, Guo D.Q, Hoteit I..  2018.  Sensitivity studies of the Red Sea eddies using adjoint method. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. 123:8329-8345.
2016
O'Rourke A., Kremb S., Bader T.M, Helfer M., Schmitt-Kopplin P., Gerwick WH, Brack-Werner R., Voolstra C.R.  2016.  Alkaloids from the sponge Stylissa carteri present prospective scaffolds for the inhibition of Human Immunodeficiency Virus 1 (HIV-1). Marine Drugs. 14
2014
Yao F.C, Hoteit I., Pratt L.J, Bower A.S, Zhai P., Kohl A., Gopalakrishnan G.  2014.  Seasonal overturning circulation in the Red Sea: 1. Model validation and summer circulation. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. 119:2238-2262.
Yao F.C, Hoteit I., Pratt L.J, Bower A.S, Kohl A., Gopalakrishnan G, Rivas D..  2014.  Seasonal overturning circulation in the Red Sea: 2. Winter circulation. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. 119:2263-2289.
2013
Furby KA, Bouwmeester J, Berumen ML.  2013.  Susceptibility of central Red Sea corals during a major bleaching event. Coral Reefs. 32:505-513.
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