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Department of Microbiology

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Department of Microbiology

Recent Submissions

  • Stentiford, G. D.; Becnel, J. J.; Weiss, L. M.; Keeling, P. J.; Didier, E. S.; Williams, B. A. P.; Bjornson, S.; Kent, M. L.; Freeman, M. A.; Brown, M. J. F.; Troemel, E. R.; Roesel, K.; Sokolova, Y.; Snowden, K. F.; Solter, L. (Elsevier, 2016-04)
    Intensification of food production has the potential to drive increased disease prevalence in food plants and animals. Microsporidia are diversely distributed, opportunistic, and density-dependent parasites infecting hos ...
  • Conley, Melissa N.; Wong, Carmen P.; Duyck, Kyle M.; Hord, Norman; Ho, Emily; Sharpton, Thomas J. (PeerJ, 2016-03-31)
    Introduction. Age is the primary risk factor for major human chronic diseases, including cardiovascular disorders, cancer, type 2 diabetes, and neurodegenerative diseases. Chronic, low-grade, systemic inflammation is ass ...
  • Denef, Vincent J.; Mueller, Ryan S.; Chiang, Edna; Liebig, James R.; Vanderploeg, Henry A. (American Society for Microbiology, 2016-03)
    The Chloroflexi CL500-11 clade contributes a large proportion of the bacterial biomass in the oxygenated hypolimnia of deep lakes worldwide, including the world's largest freshwater system, the Laurentian Great Lakes. Tr ...
  • Ford, Nicole R.; Hecht, Karen A.; Hu, DeHong; Orr, Galya; Xiong, Yijia; Squier, Thomas C.; Rorrer, Gregory L.; Roesijadi, Guritno (American Chemical Society, 2016-03)
    The diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana was genetically modified to express biosilica-targeted fusion proteins comprising either enhanced green fluorescent protein (EGFP) or single chain antibodies engineered with a tetracys ...
  • Burge, Colleen A.; Friedman, Carolyn S.; Getchell, Rodman; House, Marcia; Lafferty, Kevin D.; Mydlarz, Laura D.; Prager, Katherine C.; Sutherland, Kathryn P.; Renault, Tristan; Kiryu, Ikunari; Vega-Thurber, Rebecca (The Royal Society Publishing, 2016-03-05)
    Linking marine epizootics to a specific aetiology is notoriously difficult. Recent diagnostic successes show that marine disease diagnosis requires both modern, cutting-edge technology (e.g. metagenomics, quantitative ...