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Medical Microbiology & Evaluations

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Molecular and Physiological Comparison of Azospirillum spp. Isolated from Rhizoctonia solani mycelia, Wheat Rhizosphere, and Human Skin Wounds, M.F. Cohen, X.Y. Han, and M. Mazzola, Canadian Journal of Microbiology, 2004, v.50, pp. 291-297.

Rhizobium (Agrobacterium) radiobacter Identified as a Cause of Chronic Endophtalmitis Subsequent to Cataract Extraction, H. Namdari, S. Hamzavi, and R.R. Peairs, Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 2003, v.41, pp. 3998-4000.

Identifying ‘Unusual’ Infectious Organisms in Immunocompromised Patients, I. Hart, Reprint from European Clinical Laboratory, 2002.

Ralstonia taiwanensis sp. Nov., Isolated from Root Nodules of Mimsosa species and Sputum of a Cystic Fibrosis Patient, W. Chen, S. Laevens, T. Lee, T.Coenye, P. Des Vos, M. Mergeay, and P. Vandamme, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2001, v.51, pp. 1729-1735.

Comparison of Vitek 32 and MicroLog ML3 Systems for Identification of Select Biological Warfare Agents, J.C. David, W.L. Thomas, R.J. Burgess, and T.L. Hadfield, Abstract from the ASM 101st General Meeting, May 2001. Plus Poster C-335 Presented at 101st General Meeting of the American Society of Microbiology, May 2001

Molecular Fingerprinting Using AFLP for Temporally Dispersed Brucella from Illinois, M.E. Dobson, J.C. David, R.S. Weyant, B. Zhang, and T.L. Hadfield, Abstract from the ASM 101st General Meeting, May 2001

Characterization of EF-4 Bacterial Strains by Metabolic and Genomic Fingerprinting, R. Singh, S. Qaiyumi, J. W. Allen, and H. N. Williams, Abstract from the ASM 100th General Meeting, May 21- 25, 2000

Novel Bacterium Isolated from a Lung Transplant Patient with Cystic Fibrosis, C. Pitulle, D.M. Cir, R. Barbers, andtron, B. Bochne M.D. Appleman, Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 1999, v.37, pp. 3851-3855.

Coagulase-Negative Staphylococci Isolated from Acute Otitis Externa, D.W. Storman, C. McLean, M. McDonald, L. Clark, G. Cupp, and J. Runner, Poster presented at American Society for Microbiology, 1999

Comparison of Phenotypic and Genotypic Techniques for Identification of Unusual Pathogenic Aerobic Gram-Negative Bacilli, Y. W. Tang, N. M. Ellis, M. K. Hopkins, D. E. Dodge, and D. H. Persing, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, C-214

Biochemical Investigations of Biogroups and Subspecies of Morganella morganii, J. M. Janda, S. L. Abbott, S. Khashe, and T. Robin, Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 1996, v.34, p. 108-113

Microbiological Systems, Automated, ECRI, Healthcare Product Comparison Systems, 1995.

Heterogeneity Within CDC Coryneform ANF-1 (-like) Bacteria: Description of Corynebacterium auris, sp. nov., G. Funke, P.A. Lawson, and M.D. Collins, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 484.

Evaluation of the Biolog System for the Identification of Medically Important Yeast, M. Romagnoli, J. Osterhout, and W.G. Merz, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 107.

Comparison of Automated and Semi-Automated Microbiological Identification Systems with Staphylococcus ATCC Reference Strains, M.E. Wilson, and N.E. Jackson, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 476.

Characterization of Aerobic Microbiota Associated with the Tick Vector of Lyme Disease, P.A.W. Martin, A.S. Shropshire, and E.T. Schmidtmann, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 318.

Evaluation of the Biolog System for the Identification of Bacillus anthracis, L.W.J. Baillie, M.N. Jones, P.C.B. Turnbull, and R.J. Manchee, Letters in Applied Microbiology, 1995, v.20, p. 209-211.

Evaluation of Biolog System for Identification of Some Gram-Negative Bacteria of Clinical Importance, B. Holmes, M. Costa M. Ganner, S.L.W. On, and M. Stevens, Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 1994, v.32, p. 1970-1975.

Comparison of GENETRAK and BIOLOG, INC. and Standard Methods for Identification of E. coli and Salmonella from Environmental Samples, M.A. Holder-Franklin, S. Brait, and N. Limoges, Abstracts of the Joint Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial Microbiology and the Canadian Society of Microbiologists, 1993, p. 70

Comparison of the Identification of Citrobacter DNA Hybridization Genomospecies with Baxter MicroSCAN Walk/Away, Vitek, Biolog Microstation System, IDS Rapid one System, and API20E, S.B. Roman, C.M. O’Hara, and J.M. Miller, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p. 535.

Biochemical and Enzymatic Characterization of Citrobacteria, D.F. Hanson, S.L. Abbott, and J.M. Janda, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p. 535.

Evaluation of Biolog for Identification of Members of the Family Micrococcaceae, J.M. Miller, J.W. Biddle, V.K. Quenzer, and James C. McLaughlin, Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 1993, v.31, p. 3170-3173.

Advances in the Identification of Bacteria and Yeast, B.R. Bochner, American Clinical Laboratory, 1993, p. 6.

Microbiology Systems: Guidance Article, ECRI, Health Devices, 1993, v.22, p. 123-153.

Isolation and Identification of a Catalase-Negative Strain of Staphylococcus aureus, V.C. Wheeler, J.K. Overly, and T.L. Overman, Abstracts of the 93rd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1993, p. 502.

Automated Systems for Identification of Microorganisms, C.E. Stager and J.R. Davis, Clinical Microbiology Reviews, 1992, v.5, p. 302-327.

Comparison of Rapid NF, Biolog, and Cellular Fatty Acid Analysis for the Rapid Identification of Nonfermenting Gram-Negative Rods, B.C. Schieven, E. Henry, L. Stoakes, and Z. Hussain, Abstracts of the 92nd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1992, p. 421.

Comparison of the Biolog and MIDI Systems for Identification of Gram-Negative Nonfermenters, J. Gutschenritter, P. Schams, C. O’Hara, and D. Persing, Abstracts of the 92nd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1992, p. 421.

Identification of Human Pathogenic Coagulase-Negative Staphylococcus Species by Biolog and Staph-Ident, J.C. McLaughlin, V.H. Quenzer, T.L. Merlin, W.C. Thompson, and J. Fierro, Abstracts of the 92nd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1992, p. 424.

Comparison of the Identification of Gram-Positive Aerobic Bacteria by Biolog and Vitek, J.C. McLaughlin, K.L. Ruoff, V.H. Quenzer, T.L. Merlin, W.C. Thompson, and J. Fierro, Abstracts of the 92nd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1992, p. 424.

Biolog Technology – Applications from a Clinical Perspective, V. Wilson, Abstracts of the Australian Society for Microbiology, 1992, #W14.1.

Comparison of Biolog to the Conventional Identification of Gram Negative Rods in a Public Health Laboratory, Poster Presentation at the California Association of Public Health Laboratory Directors, 1992.

Evaluation of the Biolog Automated Microbial Identification System, J.M. Klingler, R.P. Stowe, D.C. Obenhuber, T.O. Groves, S.K. Mishra, D.L. Pierson, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1992, v.58, p. 2089-2092.

Preliminary Evaluation of Biolog, A Carbon Source Utilization Methods for Bacterial Identification, J.M. Miller and D.L. Rhoden, Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 1991, v.29, p. 1143-1147.

Identification of Over 500 Gram-negative Species by a Single Test Panel, B.R. Bochner, American Clinical Laboratory, 1991, p. 14.

A Comparison of Biolog, Microscan, and Vitek AMS for the Identification of Infrequently Isolated Human Gram-negative Bacterial Pathogens, J.C. McLaughlin, W.G. Barron, T.L. Merlin, J. Fierro, and W.C. Thompson, Abstracts of the 91st Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1991, p. 377.

Rapid Identification of Gram Negative Bacteria by Carbon Source Oxidation, S.S. Barth, K.B. Williams, S.J. Gibson, and L.B. Elliott, Abstracts of the 91st Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1991, p. 377.

Comparison of Four Identification Methods Used to Identify Pseudomonas Cepacia Isolated from Sputum of Cystic Fibrosis Patients, S.B. Roman, L.A. Carson, C.M. O’Hara, D.A. Pegues, and M. Miller, Abstracts of the 91st Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1991, p. 379.

Development of the Biolog Substrate Utilization System for Identification of Legionella spp., W.S. Mauchline and C.W. Keevil, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1991, v.57, p. 3345-3349.

Veterinary Microbiology

Burkholderia pseudomallei Isolates in 2 Pet Iguanas, California, USA, Ashley M. Zehnder, Michelle G. Hawkins et al., Emerging Infectious Diseases, 2014, vol. 20.

First Isolation of Histophilus somni from Goats, K. Janosi, I. Hajtos, L. Makrai, M. Gyuranecz, J. Varga, L. Fodor. Vet. Microbiol., 2009, v. 133, pp. 383-386.

Respiratory Infection of Turkeys with Listeria monocytogenes Scott A, G.R. Huff, W.E. Huff, J.N. Beasley, N.C. Rath, M.G. Johnson, and R. Nannapaneni, Avian Diseases, 2005, v.49, pp. 551-557.

Vibrio splendidus Biotype 1 as a Cause of Mortalities in Hatchery-Reared Larval Turbot, Scophthalmus maximum (L.), R. Thomson, H.L. Macpherson, A. Riaza, and T.H. Birbeck, Journal of Applied Microbiology, 2005, v.99, pp. 243-250.

Biochemical Characterization of Different Genotypes of Paenibacillus larvae subsp. larvae, a Honey Bee Bacterial Pathogen, S. Neuendorf, K. Hedtke, G. Tangen, and E. Genersch, Microbiology, 2004, v.150, pp. 2381-2390.

A Comparative Study of Edwardsiella ictaluri Parent (EILO) and E. ictaluri Rifampicin-Mutant (RE-33) Isolates Using Lipopolysaccharides, Outer Membrane Proteins, Fatty Acids, Biolog, API 20E and Genomic Analyses, C.R. Arias, C.A. Shoemaker, J.J. Evans and P.H. Klesius, Journal of Fish Diseases, 2003, v.26, pp. 415-421.

Phenotypic and Genotypic Characterization of Competitive Exclusion Products for Use in Poultry, R.D. Wagner, D.D. Paine, and C.E. Cerniglia, Journal of Applied Microbiology, 2003, v.94, pp. 1098-1107.

Molecular Fingerprinting Using AFLP for Temporally Dispersed Brucella from Illinois, M.E. Dobson, J.C. David, R.S. Weyant, B. Zhang, and T.L. Hadfield, Abstract from the ASM 101st General Meeting, May 2001

Characterization of EF-4 Bacterial Strains by Metabolic and Genomic Fingerprinting, R. Singh, S. Qaiyumi, J. W. Allen, and H. N. Williams, Abstract from the ASM 100th General Meeting, May 21- 25, 2000

Identification and Management of an Outbreak of Flavobacterium meningosepticum Infection in a Colony of South African Clawed Frogs (Xenopus laevis), S. L. Green, D. M. Bouley, R. J. Tolwani, K. S. Waggie, B. D. Lifland, G. M. Otto, and J. E. Ferrell, JAVMA, 1999, v.214, pp. 1833-1838.

Microbiological Analysis of Striped Bass (Morone saxatilis) Grown in a Recirculating System, Patti C. Nedoluha, Dennis Westhoff, Journal of Food Protection, 1997, v.60, pp. 948-953.

Identification of Francisella tularensis using Biolog GN MicroPlate with Visual Reading, B. D. Lifland, Abstracts of 14th Annual Meeting of the Northern California American Society of Microbiology, November, 1997.

Phenotypic and Ribosomal RNA Characterization of Arcobacter Species Associated with Porcine Abortions, L. Schroeder-Tucker, I.V. Wesley, J. Kiehlbauch, L.A. Thomas, and D.J. Larson, Abstracts of the 76th Meeting of the Conference of Research Workers in Animal Diseases, Illinois, 1995.

Evaluation of the Biolog System for the Identification of Bacillus anthracis, L.W.J. Baillie, M.N. Jones, P.C.B. Turnbull, and R.J. Manchee, Letters in Applied Microbiology, 1995, v.20, p.209-211.

Characterization of Escherichia coli Isolated from the Tonsils of Cattle, G.H. Frank, R.E. Briggs, and R.A. Schneider, Abstracts of the 93rd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1993, p. 83.

Preliminary Studies on the Use of Carbon Substrate Utilization Patterns for Identification of Brucella Species, J.D. Wong, J.M. Janda, and P.S. Duffey, Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease, 1992, v.15, p. 109-113.

Differentiation of Brucella Biovars Using the Biolog System, D.R. Ewalt, J.B. Payeur, and B.R. Bochner, 33rd Annual Meeting of the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, 1990, p. 73.

Plant Microbiology

Non-linear impacts of Eucalyptus plantation stand age on soil microbial metabolic diversity, Falin Chen, Hua Zheng, Kai Zhang, Zhiyun Ouyang, Yongfu Wu, Qian Shi, Huailin Li, Journal of Soils and Sediments, March 2013

Construction of a plant-microbe phytoremediation system: combination of vetiver grass with a functional endophytic bacterium, Achromobacter xylosoxidans F3B, for aromatic pollutants removal, Ying-Ning Ho, Ju-Liang Hsieh, Chieh-Chen Huang, Bioresource Technology, 7 March 2013

Prosthecate Sphingomonads: Proposal of Sphingomonas canadensis sp. nov., Wolf-Rainer Abraham, Andréia Bergamo Estrela, Manfred Rohde, John Smit and Marc Vancanneyt, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2013

Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris race 1 is the main causal agent of black rot of Brassicas in Southern Mozambique, J Bila, CN Mortensen, M Andresen, JG Vicente, E. G. Wulff, African Journal of Biotechnology Vol. 12(6), pp. 602-610, 6 February, 2013

Draft Genome Sequence of Chromate-Resistant and Biofilm-Producing Strain Pseudomonas alcaliphila 34, L Santopolo, E Marchi, F Decorosi, M Galardini, M Brillic, Luciana Giovannettia, Carlo Vitia, Genome Announcements 2013

Central metabolism controls transcription of a virulence gene regulator in Vibrio cholerae, Y Minato, SR Fassio, AJ Wolfe, CC Hase, Microbiology, 2013

Characterization and host range of five tumorigenic Agrobacterium tumefaciens strains and possible application in plant transient transformation assays, HH Hwang, ET Wu, SY Liu, SC Chang, KC Tzeng, Plant Pathology, 2013

Halobacterial Community Analysis of Mierlei Saline Lake in Transylvania (Romania), S Crognale, I Máthé, V Cardone, SR Stazi, B Ráduly – Geomicrobiology Journal, 2013

Straw management in a cold semi-arid region: Impact on soil quality and crop productivity, Yoong K. Soona, Newton Z. Lupwayib, November-December 2012, Pages 39-46, Field Crops Research Volume 139

Influence of Long Term Organic Fertilization on the Soil Microbial Community Functional Structure and Enzyme Activities in Paddy Soil, Venecio U. Ultra, Jr. and Evelyn Javier College of Natural Sciences, Catholic University of Daegu, Gyongsan City, Republic of Korea Philippine Rice Research Institute, Munoz City, Nueva Ecija, Philippines.

Reliability of Diagnostic Techniques for Erwinia amylovora, the Causative Agent of Fire Blight Disease, B. Kokoskova, and I. Mraz, Folia Microbiology, 2005, v.50, pp. 217-221.

New Host Plants of Erwinia amylovora in Bulgaria, I. Atanasova, P. Kabadjova, N. Bogatzevska, P. Moncheva, Z. Naturforsch, 2005, v.60, pp. 893-898.

Effects of Community Versus Single Strain Inoculants on the Biocontrol of Salmonella and Microbial Community Dynamics in Alfalfa Sprouts, A. Matos and J. L. Garland, Journal of Food Protection, 2005, v.68, pp. 40-48.

Molecular Characterisation of Xanthomonas Strains Isolated from Aroids in Mauritius, M.H.R. Khoodoo, F. Sahin, M.F. Donmez, and Y. Jaufeerally Fakim, Systematic and Applied Microbiology, 2005, v.28, pp. 366-380.

Enumeration and Identification of Microbial Flora from the Gut of the Horned Passalus or Betsy-Beetle, Odontotaenius disjunctus (llliger), J.B. Jackson, D. Talreja, A. Mikell, Abstract from the ASM 105th General Meeting June 5th-June 9th 2005.

Vibrio spp within Coral Mucous Provide Protective Activity Against Potential Coral Disease Pathogens, J.T. Lisle, K.V. Gordon, V.J. Harwood, Abstract from the ASM 105th General Meeting June 5th-June 9th 2005.

Polyphasic Characterization of Xanthomonads Isolated from Onion, Garlic and Welsh Onion (Allium spp.) and their Relatedness to Different Xanthomonas Species, P. Roumagnac, L. Gagnevin, L. Gardan, L. Sutra, C. Manceau, E.R. Dickstein, J.B. Jones, P. Rott, and O. Pruvost, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2004, v.54, pp. 15-24.

Synopsis on the Taxonomy of the Genus Xanthomonas, L. Vauterin, J. Rademaker, and J. Swings, The American Phytopathological Society, 2000, v.90, pp. 677-682

Characterisation of Lysobacter enzymogenes (Christensen and Cook 1978) Strain 3.1T8, a Powerful Antagonist of Fungal Diseases of Cucumber, L.B. Folman, J. Postma and J.A. van Veen, Microbiological Research, 2003, v.158, pp. 107-115.

Effects of Gypsophila Saponins on Bacterial Growth Kinetics and on Selection of Subterranean Clover Rhizosphere Bacteria, F. Fons, N. Amellal, C. Leyval, N. Saint-Martin and M. Henry, Canadian Journal of Microbiology, 2003, v.49, pp. 367-373.

Diversity of Gram Negative Bacteria Antagonistic Against Major Pathogens of Rice from Rice Seed in the Tropic Environment, G.L. Xie, A. Soad, J. Swings and T.W. Mew, Reprint from J. Zhejiang University Science, 2003.

Bacterial Diversity Associated with Subalpine Fir (Abies lasiocarpa) Ectomycorrhizae Following Wildfire and Salvage-Logging in Central British Columbia, D.J. Norman and J.M.F. Yuen, Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology, 1998, v.20, pp. 171-175.

Bacterial Diversity Associated with Subalpine Fir (Abies lasiocarpa) Ectomycorrhizae Following Wildfire and Salvage-Logging in Central British Columbia, M.B. Khetmalas, K.N. Egger, H.B. Massicotte, L.E. Tackaberry, and M.J. Clapperton, Canadian Journal of Microbiology, 2002, v.48, pp. 611-625.

Diversity of Culturable Bacterial Populations Associated to Tuber borchii Ectomycorrhizas and their Activity on T. borchii Mycelial Growth, C. Sbrana, M. Agnolucci, S. Bedini, A. Lepera, A. Toffanin, M. Giovanneti, and M. P. Nuti, FEMS Microbiology Letters, 2002, v.211, pp. 195-201.

Phenotypic Characterization of Xenorhabdus bovienii Bacterial Strains Isolated from Steinernema feltiae Nematodes Native to Europe and Canada, H. He, J. Gow, and R. Gordon, New Frontiers – Program and Abstracts – Eighth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME-98), Halifax, Canada 9-14 Aug. 1998

Identification of Phytopathogenic Coryneform Bacteria Using the Biolog Automated Microbial Identification System, A. Harris-Baldwin and N.C. Gudmestad, Plant Disease, 1996, v.80, pp. 874-878.

Bacterial Diseases of Rice. II. Characterization of Pathogenic Bacteria Associated with Sheath Rot Complex and Grain Discoloration of Rice in the Philippines, B. Cottyn, M.F. VanOutryve, M.T. Cerez, M. DeCleene, J. Swings, and T.W. Mew, Plant Disease, 1996,v. 80:4, p. 438-445.

Characterization of Bacillus thuringiensis Strains Using the Biolog Identification System and Supplemental Biochemical Tests, P.A.W. Martin and A.S. Shropshire, Abstracts of the 96th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1996, p. 390.

Virulence on Citrus of Pseudomonas syringae Strains that Control Postharvest Green Mold of Citrus Fruit, J.L. Smilanick, C.C. Gouin-Behe, D.A. Margosan, C.T. Bull, B.E. Mackey, Plant Disease, 1996, v. 80:10, p. 1123-1128.

Reclassification of Xanthomonas, L. Vauterin, B. Hoste, K. Kersters, and J. Swings, International Journal of Systematic Bacteriology, 1995, v. 45, p. 472-489.

Genotypic and Phenotypic Heterogeneity of Fluorescent Pseudomonads Inhabiting Wheat Rhizosphere, L. Li, and D.H. Demezas, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 336.

New Classification of the Genus Xanthomonas, L. Vauterin, B. Hoste, K. Kersters, and J. Swings, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 482.

Bacterial Leaf Spot of Statice Caused by Pseudomonas andropogonis, D. Anderson, and N. Tisserat, Journal of Applied Plant Pathology, 1994, v. 78, p. 1218.

First Report of Bacterial Gall of Wisteria sinensis Caused by Erwinia herbicola pv. milletiae in California, D.C. Opgenorth, Journal of Applied Plant Pathology, 1994, v. 78, p. 1217.

Appropriate Bacterial Identification Systems for Small Plant Pathology Laboratories Overseas Incorporating the Biolog Method, R. Black, and A. Sweetmore, Plant Pathology, 1994, v. 43, p. 438-441.

Fungi and Gram-Negative Bacteria as Soilborne Minor Pathogens of Goat’s Rue (Galega orientalis lam.), J.P.T. Valkonen, W. von Heiroth, and M.L. Savela, Annals of Applied Biology, 1993, v. 123, p. 257-269.

Usefulness of Nutritional Screening for the Identification of Xanthomonas campestris DNA Homology Groups and Pathovars, D.C. Hildebrand, M. Hendson, and M.N. Schroth, Journal of Applied Bacteriology, 1993, v. 75, p. 447-455.

The Significance of the Ecological Niche Concept in Biological Control of Epiphytic Bacterial Pests and Pathogens, M. Wilson and S.E. Lindow, Fallen Leaf Lake Conference on Microbial Ecology and Biological Control, South Lake Tahoe, 1994, p. 15-18.

Ecological Similarity and Coexistence of Epiphytic Ice-Nucleating (Ice+) Pseudomonas syringae Strains and a Non-Ice-Nucleating (Ice-) Biological Control Agent, M. Wilson and S. Lindow, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1994, v. 60, p. 3128-3137.

Physiological, Chemical, Serological, and Pathogenic Analyses of a Worldwide Collection of Xanthomonas campestris pv. vesicatoria Strains, H. Bouzar, J.B. Jones, R.E. Stall, N.C. Hodge, G.V. Minsavage, A.A. Benedict, and A.M. Alvarez, Phytopathology, 1994, v. 84, p. 663-671.

Two Pathogens Causing Bacterial Spot of Tomato, H. Bouzar, J.B. Jones, R.E. Stall, N.C. Hodge, G.V. Minsavage, A. Alvarez, and C. Beaulieu, Abstracts of the Sixth International Congress of Plant Pathology, 1993, p. 36.

Diversity of Agrobacterium Isolates from Rubus Species with Crown Gall, M. Canfield, S. Lu, H. Bouzar, C. Hodge, J. Jones, and L.W. Moore, Abstracts of the Sixth International Congress of Plant Pathology, 1993, p. 35.

A New Tomato Race of Xanthomonas campestris pv vesicatoria in Florida, J.B. Jones, R.E. Stall, H. Bouzar, G.V. Minsavage, J.F. Wang, G.C. Somodi, N.C. Hodge, and J.W. Scott, Abstracts of the Sixth International Congress of Plant Pathology, 1993, p.31.

Similarity between Copper Resistance Genes from Xanthomonas campestris and Pseudomonas syringae, A.E. Voloudakis, C.L. Bender and D.A. Cooksey, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1993, v. 59, p. 1627-1634.

Evaluation of the Biolog GN MicroPlate System for Identification of Some Plant-Pathogenic Bacteria, J.B. Jones, A.R. Chase and G.K. Harris, Plant Disease, 1993, v. 77, p. 553-558.

Bacterial Blight of Crambe abyssinica in Missouri Caused by Xanthomonas campestris, J.D. Mihail, S.J. Taylor and P.E. Verslues, Plant Disease, 1993, v. 77, p. 569-574.

Evaluation of the Biolog Substrate Utilization System to Identify and Assess Metabolic Variation Among Strains of Xanthomonas campestris pv citri, C. Verniere, O. Pruvost, E.L. Civerolo, O. Gambin, J.P. Jacquemoud-Collet and J. Luisetti, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1993, v. 59, p. 243-249.

Characterization of Xanthomonas campestris Strains from Aroids Using Physiological, Pathological, and Fatty Acid Analyses, A.R. Chase, R.E. Stall, N.C. Hodge, and J.B. Jones, Phytopathology, 1992, v. 82, p. 754-759.

Characterization of Xanthomonas campestris Strains from Araliaceae, A.R. Chase, N.C. Hodge, R.E. Stall, and J.B. Jones, Oral Presentation #A39, Annual Meeting of the American Phytopathological Society, August, 1992.

Xanthomonad Diversity on Geranium Leaves as Determined by Monoclonal Antibodies (MABS), Carbon Source Utilization Patterns, Fatty Acid Analyses (FAME), and Pathogenicity, J.B. Jones, A.R. Chase, N.C. Hodge, and R.E. Stall, Oral Presentation #A38, Annual Meeting of the American Phytopathological Society, August, 1992.

Differences in Substrate Utilization Among Isolates of Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae and X. campestris pv. oryzicola from Several Countries, D.E. Griffin, W.M. Dowler, J.S. Hartung, and M.R. Bonde, Poster Session #673, Annual Meeting of the American Phytopathological Society, August, 1991.

Evaluation of the Biolog System for Identification of Plant Pathogenic Bacteria, J.B. Jones, A.R. Chase, and G.K. Harris, Poster Session #589, Annual Meeting of the American Phytopathological Society, August, 1991.

Population Diversity and Distribution of Xanthomonas campestris pv. dieffenbachiae, A. Alvarez, R. Lipp, D. Norman, and A. Benedict, Poster Session #286, Annual Meeting of the American Phytopathological Society, August, 1991.

Variation Among Strains of Xanthomonas campestris Causing Citrus Bacterial Spot, J.S. Hartung and E.L. Civerolo, Plant Disease, 1991, v. 75, p. 622-626.

A Leaf Spot and Blight of Abelmoschus moschatus Caused by a Pathovar of Pseudomonas syringae, C.S. Brown, and S.M. McCarter, Plant Disease, 1991, v. 75, p. 424-429.

Leaf Spot of Cilantro in California Caused by a Nonfluorescent Pseudomonas syringae, D.A. Cooksey, H.R. Azad, and A.O. Paulus, Plant Disease, 1991, v. 75, p. 101.

Microbial Communities

Key Issues Concerning Biolog Use for Aerobic and Anaerobic Freshwater Bacterial Community-Level Physiological Profiling, B. Christian, O. Lind, Center for Reservoir and Aquatic Systems Research, 2006

Development of a microbial test suite and data integration method for assessing microbial health of contaminated soil, S. Kvasa, J. Rahna, K. Engelb, J.D. Neufeldb, P.J. Villeneuvec, J.T. Trevorsd, H. Leed, R.P. Scrogginsa, L.A. Beaudettea, Journal of Microbiological Methods, October 2017

Effect of silver nano-particles on soil microbial growth, activity and community diversity in a sandy loam soil, A.D. Samarajeewa, J.R. Velicogna, J.I. Princz, R.M. Subasinghe, R.P. Scroggins, L.A. Beaudette, Environmental Pollution, September 2016

Evaluation of Community-Level Physiological Profiling for Monitoring Microbial Community Function in Aquaculture Ponds, G. Kurten, A. Barkoh, North American Journal of Aquaculture, December 2015

Evaluation of Community-Level Physiological Profiling for Monitoring Microbial Community Function in Fish Hatchery Ponds, G. Kurten, A. Barkoh, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, 2014

Overlap in substrate utilisation and spatial exclusion in some microfungi which act as early cellulose colonisers in a Mediterranean environment, F. Pinzari, O. Maggi, A. Ceci, M. Reverberi, A. M. Persiani, Pedobiologia, March 2017

A simple method for measuring fungal metabolic quotient and comparing carbon use efficiency of different isolates: Application to Mediterranean leaf litter fungi, F. Pinzari, O. Maggi, D. Lunghini, D. P. Di Lonardo, A. M. Persiani, Plant Biosystems, Feb. 2017

Phenotype MicroArrayTM system in the study of fungal functional diversity and catabolic versatility, F. Pinzari, A Ceci, N. Abu-Samra, L. Canfora, O. Maggi, A. M. Persiani, Research in Microbiology, Nov. 2016

Phenotype MicroArrays as a complementary tool to next generation sequencing for characterization of tree endophytes, K Blumenstein, D Macaya-Sanz, J Martin, B Albrectsen,and JWitzell1, METHODS, 2015

Microbial Community Analysis of the Anaerobic Digestion Process and the Early Stage of Composting of Pig Manure Using PCR-DGGE, MH oh, SH Hong, JS Kim, EY Lee, TH Yoon, International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering, 2014

Temporal Changes in Microbial Metabolic Characteristics in Field-Scale Biopiles Composed of Aged Oil Sludge, X Wang, F Li, G Guo, S Wang, A Boronin, Q Wang, Environmental Engineering, 2014

Interactions of Various Bacterial Populations with Chemical and Physical Factors from Seasonal Inputs and Outputs of Retention Ponds, FA Krelwitz, 2014

THE ECOLOGY AND POTENTIAL HEALTH RISK OF THE ORAL MICROFLORA OF Python regius and Clelia scyntalina, BABALOLA M.O. AND BALOGUN J.A., International Journal of Microbiology Research, 2013

Thiosulfate-related microbial communities from four arid soils in the Southwestern United States, C. Dracy, T.M. Eubanks, K.L. Lowe, Journal of Arid Environments Volume 92, May 2013, Pages 59-62

Characteristics of soil microbial community functional and structure diversity with coverage of Solidago Canadensis L, LIAO Min, XIE Xiao-mei, PENG Ying, CHAI Juan-juan, Chen Na, J. Cent. South Univ. (2013) 20: 749-756

Remediation of organochlorine pesticides (OCPs) contaminated soil by successive hydroxypropyl-β-cyclodextrin and peanut oil enhanced soil washing-nutrient addition: a laboratory evaluation, Mao Ye, Sun Mingming, Yang Xinglun, Wei Haijiang, Song Yang, Xin Jiang, Springer, Heidelberg, ALLEMAGNE (2001)

Functional Assays and Metagenomic Analyses Reveals Differences between the Microbial Communities Inhabiting the Soil Horizons of a Norway Spruce Plantation, Uroz S, Ioannidis P, Lengelle J, Cébron A, Morin E, et al., PLoS ONE 8(2): e55929 (2013),

Agricultural waste-based composts exhibiting suppressivity to diseases caused by the phytopathogenic soil-borne fungi Rhizoctonia solani and Sclerotinia minor, Catello Panea, Alessandro Piccolob, Riccardo Spaccinib, Giuseppe Celanoc, Domenica Villeccoa, Massimo Zaccardellia, Applied Soil Ecology, Volume 65, March 2013, Pages 43-51

Soil organic carbon dynamics and crop yield for different crop rotations in a degraded ferruginous tropical soil in a semi-arid region: a simulation approach, C. M. Tojo soler, V. B. Bado, K. Traore, W. McNair Bostick, J. W. Jones and G. Hoogenboom, The Journal of Agricultural Science / Volume 149 / Issue 05 / October 2011, pp 579-593

Changes in soil microbial community structure and metabolic activity following conversion from native Pinus massoniana plantations to exotic Eucalyptus plantations, Falin Chena, Hua Zhenga, Kai Zhanga, Zhiyun Ouyanga, Jun Lanb, Huailin Lib, Qian Shib, Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 291, 1 March 2013, Pages 65-72

Bacterial community response to tillage and nutrient additions in a long-term wheat cropping experiment, Andrew Bissetta, Alan E. Richardsona, Geoff Bakerb, John Kirkegaarda, Peter H. Thralla, Soil Biology and Biochemistry, Volume 58, March 2013, Pages 281-292

Soil microbial communities associated with the rhizosphere of cucumber under different summer cover crops and residue management: A 4-year field experiment, Yongqiang Tiana, b, Xueyan Zhangc, Jingguo Wangb, Lihong Gaoa, Scientia Horticulturae, Volume 150, 4 February 2013, Pages 100-109

Straw management in a cold semi-arid region: Impact on soil quality and crop productivity, Yoong K. Soona, Newton Z. Lupwayib, Field Crops Research Volume 139, November-December 2012, Pages 39-46

Bacterial communities’ response to microcystins exposure and nutrient availability: Linking degradation capacity to community structure, Luca Giaramidaa, b, c, , Pathmalal M. Managed, , Christine Edwardsa, , Brajesh K. Singhc, , Linda A. Lawtona, International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation, 7 November 2012

Influence of long term organic fertilization on the soil microbial community functional structure and enzyme activities in paddy soil, Venecio U. Ultra, Jr. and Evelyn Javier, College of Natural Sciences, Catholic University of Daegu, Gyongsan City, Republic of Korea, Philippine Rice Research Institute, Munoz City, Nueva Ecija, Philippines

Transient response of microbial communities in a water well field to application of an impressed current, P.G. Medihalaa, J.R. Lawrenceb, G.D.W. Swerhoneb, D.R. Korbera, Available online 21 November 2012, Water Research

Temporal Association of Entomopathogenic Nematodes (Rhabditida: Steinernematidae and Heterorhabditidae) and Bacteria, D.H. Gouge and J.L. Snyder, Journal of Invertebrate Pathology, 2006, v.91, pp. 147-157.

Microbial Communities in Wetlands of the Athabasca Oil Sands: Genetic and Metabolic Characterization, A.M. Hadwin, L.F Del Rio, L.J. Pinto, M. Painter, R. Routledge, and M.M. Moore, FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 2006, v.55, pp. 68-78.

Effects of Artificial Defoliation of Pines on the Structure and Physiology of the Soil Fungal Community of a Mixed Pine-Spruce Forest, K. Cullings, C. Raleigh, M.H New, and J. Henson, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2005, v.71, pp. 1996-2000.

Metabolic Responses of Microbiota to Diesel Fuel Addition in Vegetated Soil, M.R.T. Palmroth, U. Münster, J. Pichtel, and J.A. Puhakka, Biodegradation, 2005, v.16, pp. 91-101.

Effects of Lead and Cadmium Nitrate on Biomass and Substrate Utilization Pattern of Soil Microbial Communities, M. Akmal, X. Jianming, L. Zhaojun, W. Haizhen, and Y. Huaiying, Chemosphere, 2005, v.60, pp. 508-514.

Structural and Functional Diversity of Microbial Communities from a Lake Sediment Contaminated with Trenbolone, an Endocrine-Disrupting Chemical, V. Radl, K. Pritsch, J.C. Munch, and M. Schloter, Environmental Pollution, 2005, v.137, pp. 345-353.

Assessment of Self-Organizing Maps to Analyze Sole-Carbon Source Utilization Profiles, J. Leflaive, R. Cereghino, M. Danger, G. Lacroix, and L. Ten-Hage, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 2005, v.62, pp. 89-102.

Soil Microbial Community Response to Land Use Change in an Agricultural Landscape of Western Kenya, D.A. Bossio, M.S. Girvan, L. Verchot, J. Bullimore, T. Borelli, Al Albrecht, K.M. Scow, A.S. Ball, J.N. Pretty, and A.M. Osborn, Microbial Ecology, 2005, v.49, pp. 50-62.

Microbial Structural Diversity Estimated by Dilution-Extinction of Phenotypic Traits and T-RFLP Analysis Along a Land-Use Intensification Gradient, E. del V. Gomez, J.L. Garland, and M.S. Roberts, FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 2004, v.49, pp. 253-259.

Pollution-Induced Community Tolerance of Soil Microbes in Response to a Zinc Gradient, M.R.H. Davis, F-J. Zhao, and S.P. McGrath, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 2004, v.23, pp. 2665-2672.

Changes of Soil Microbiological Properties Caused by Land Use Changing from Rice-Wheat Rotation to Vegetable Cultivation, X.G. Lin, R. Yin, H.Y. Zhang, J.F. Huang, R.R. Chen, and Z.H. Cao, Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 2004, v.26, pp. 119-128.

Use of Biolog for the Community Level Physiological Profiling (CLPP) of Environmental Samples, H. Insam and M. Goberna, Molecular Microbial Ecology Manual, Second Edition 5.3.2, 2004, pp. 1-8.

Molecular Diversity of Tannic Acid Degrading Bacteria Isolated from Tannery Soil, S.P. Chowdhury, S. Khanna, S.C. Verma, and A.K. Tripathi, Journal of Applied Microbiology, 2004, v.97, pp. 1210-1219.

Heterotrophic Community-Level Physiological Profiles of Domestic Wastewater Following Treatment by Small Constructed Subsurface Flow Wetlands, K.R. Hench, A.J. Sexstone, and G.K. Bissonnette, Water Environment Research, 2004, v.76, pp. 468-473.

Effects of Antibiotics on Soil Bacterial Communities – Comparing Molecular Techniques and Community Analyses, H. Schmidt, P. van Beelen, and E. Smit, Abstract from the 104th General Meeting of the American Society of Microbiology, May 2004.

One-to-One Comparison: A New Approach to Analyzing Metabolic Diversity Data, C. San Miguel, M. Dulinski, R.L. Tate, III, Abstract from the 104th General Meeting of the American Society of Microbiology, May 2004.

Comparison of Microbial and Meiofaunal Community Analyses for Determining Impact of Heavy Metal Contamination, R.J. Ellis, B. Neish, M.W. Trett, J.G. Best, A.J. Weightman, P. Morgan, and J.C. Fry, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 2001, v.45, pp. 171-185.

Structure of Microbial Communities in Activated Sludge: Potential Implications for Assessing the Biodegradability of Chemicals, L.J. Forney, W-T. Liu, J.B. Guckert, Y. Kumagai, E. Namkung, T. Nishihara, and R.J. Larson, Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 2001, v.49, pp. 40-53.

Physiological and Chemotaxonomical Studies on Microflora within a Composter Operated at High Temperature, M.S. Pedro, N.R. Hayashi, T. Mukai, M. Ishii, A. Yokota, and Y. Igarashi, Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering, 1999, v.88, pp. 92-97.

Resource Competition and Adaptive Radiation in a Microbial Microcosm, R.C. Maclean, A. Dickson, and G. Bell, Ecology Letters, 2005, v.8, pp. 38-46.

Microbial Community Composition of Long-Term TNT-Contaminated Soil, E.R. Travis, N.C. Bruce, and S.J. Rosser, Abstract from the ASM 105th General Meeting June 5th-June 9th 2005.

Structure and Activity of the Microbial Community in a Confined Disposal Facility at ToledoHarbor, I.I. Kassem, V. Sigler, and D. Dwyer, Abstract from the ASM 105th General Meeting June 5th-June 9th 2005.

Manual and Automated Instrumentation for Identification of Enterobacteriaceae and Other Aerobic Gram-Negative Bacilli, C.M. O’Hara, Clinical Microbiology Reviews, 2005, v.18, pp. 147-162.

Carbon Source Utilization by Enterococci as a Method to Distinguish Sources of Fecal Contamination for Texas Beach Waters, J.M. Mott, Abstract from National Beaches Conference, October 2004.

The Evolution of a Pleiotropic Fitness in Pseudomonas Fluorescens, R.C. MacLean, G. Bell, and P.B. Rainey, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2004, v.101, pp. 8072-8077.

Stability of Bacterial Populations in Tropical Soil Upon Exposure to Lindane, R.A. Rodriguez and G.A. Toranzos, International Microbiology, 2003, v.6, pp. 253-258.

Analysis of Structural and Physiological Profiles to Assess the Effects of Cu on Biofilm Microbial Communities, B. Massieux, M.E.Y. Boivin, F.P. van den Ende, J. Langenskiold, P. Marvan, C. Barranguet, W. Admiraal, H.J. Laanbroek, and G. Zwart, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2004, v.70, pp. 4512-4521.

Long-Term Experimental Evolution in Escherichia coli. X. Quantifying the Fundamental and Realized Niche, V.S. Cooper, BMC Evolutionary Biology, 2002, v.2, pp. 1-9.

Application of Physiological Profiles to Assessment of Community Properties, A.L. Mills and J.L. Garland, ASM Manual of Environmental Microbiology, 2001, pp. 135-146.

Relative Effectiveness of Kinetic Analysis vs. Single Point Readings for Classifying Environmental Samples Based on Community-Level Physiological Profiles (CLPP), J.L. Garland, A.L. Mills, and J.S. Young, Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 2001, v.33, pp. 1059-1066.

Response of Soybean Rhizosphere Communities to Human Hygiene Water Addition as Determined by Community Level Physiological Profiling (CLPP) and Terminal Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphism (TRFLP) Analysis, L. Kerkhof, M. Santoro, and J. Garland, FEMS Microbiology Letters, 2000, v.184, pp. 95-101.

The Soil FungiLog Procedure: Method and Analytical Approaches toward Understanding Fungal Functional Diversity, E.A. Sobek and J.C. Zak, Mycologia, 2003, v.95, pp. 590-602.

Community-Level Physiological Profiles of Bacteria and Fungi: Plate Type and Incubation Temperature Influences on Contrasting Soils, A.T. Classen, S.I. Boyle, K.E. Haskins, S.T. Overby, and S.C. Hart, Federation of European Microbiological Societies, 2003, v.44, pp. 319-328.

Composition and Physiological Profiling of Sprout-Associated Microbial Communities, A. Matos, J.L. Garland, and W.F. Fett, Journal of Food Protection, 2002, v.65, pp. 1903-1908.

Soil Type is the Primary Determinant of the Composition of the Total and Active Bacterial Communities in Arable Soils, M.S. Girvan, J. Bullimore, J.N. Pretty, A.M. Osborn, and A.S. Ball, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2003, v.69, pp. 1800-1809.

Arctic Microorganisms Respond More to Elevated UV-B Radiation than C02, D. Johnson, C.D. Campbell, J.A. Lee, T.V. Callaghan, and D. Gwynn-Jones, Nature, 2002, v.416, pp. 82-84.

Soil Metabolic Fingerprinting, J. Hogan, D. Ryan, and D. Dowling, Poster presented at the 102nd General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, May 2002.

Analysis of Microbial Community Function Diversity Using Sole-Carbon-Source Utilisation Profiles – a Critique, J. Preston-Mafham, L. Boddy, and P.F. Randerson, FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 2002, v.42, pp. 1-14.

Microbial Communities in Different Soil Types Do Not Converge After Diesel Contamination, J.G. Bundy, G.I. Paton, and C.D. Campbell, Journal of Applied Microbiology, 2002, v.92, pp. 276-288.

Methodological Variability in Microbial Community Level Physiological Profiles, T.C. Balser, J.W. Kirchner, and M.K. Firestone, Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J., 2002, v.66, pp. 519-522.

In Situ Fixation of Metals in Soils Using Bauxite Residue: Biological Effects, E. Lombi, F.J. Zhao, G. Wieshammer, G. Zhang, and S.P. McGrath, Environmental Pollution, 2002, v.118, pp. 445-452.

Application of Carbon Source Utilization Patterns to Measure the Metabolic Similarity of Complex Dental Plaque Biofilm Microcosms, S.A. Anderson, C.H. Sissons, M.J. Coleman, and L. Wong, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2002, v.68, pp. 5779-5783.

Bacterial Distribution and Phylogenetic Diversity in the Changjiang Estuary Before the Construction of the Three Gorges, H. Sekiguchi, H. Koshikawa, M. Hiroki, S. Murakami, K. Xu, M. Watanabe, T. Nakahara, M. Zhu, and H. Uchiyama, Microbial Ecology, 2002, v.43, pp. 82-91.

Soil and Plant Effects on Microbial Community Structure, J.S. Buyer, D.P. Roberts, and E. Russek-Cohen, Canadian Journal of Microbiology, 2002, v.48, pp. 955-964.

Impact of Fumigants on Soil Microbial Communities, A.M. Ibekwe, S.K. Papiernik, J. Gan, S.R. Yates, C.H. Yang, and D.E. Crowley, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2001, v.67, pp. 3245-3257.

Changes in Soil Microbial Community Due to Long-Term Application of Zea mays Root Exudates Extracted from Hydroponic Apparatus, K.J. Yoshitomi and J.R. Shann, Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2001, v.33, pp. 1769-1776.

Adaptation of the Bacterial Community to Mercury Contamination, A.K. Muller, L.D. Rasmussen, and S.J. Sorensen, FEMS Microbiology Letters, 2001, v.24, pp. 49-53.

A Comparison of Sole Carbon Source Utilization Patterns and Phospholipid Fatty Acid Profiles to Detect Changes in the Root Microflora of Hydroponically Grown Crops, S. Khalil, E. Baath, B. Alsanius, J.E. Englund, P. Sundin, U.E. Gertsson, and P. Jensen, Canadian Journal of Microbiology, 2001, v.47, pp. 302-308.

Structural and Functional Analysis of Whole-Soil Microbial Communities for Risk and Efficacy Testing Following Microbial Inoculation of Wheat Roots in Diverse Soils, J.V. Gagliardi, J.S. Buyer, J.S. Angle, and E. Russek-Cohen, Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 2001, v.33, pp. 25-40.

Analysis of Fungal Communities by Sole Carbon Source Utilization Profiles, J.S. Buyer, D.P. Roberts, P. Millner, and E. Russek-Cohen, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 2001, v.45, pp. 53-60.

Impact of Dilution on Microbial Community Structure and Functional Potential: Comparison of Numerical Simulations and Batch Culture Experiments, R. B. Franklin, J. L. Garland, C. H. Bolster, and A. L. Mills, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2001, v.67, pp. 702-712.

Analysis of Microbial Communities in a Landfill Leachate Polluted Aquifer using a New Method for Anaerobic Physiological Profiling and 16s rDNA Based Fingerprinting, W. F. M. Röling, B. M. van Breukelen, M. Braster, M. T. Goeltom, J. Groen, and H. W. van Verseveld, Microbial Ecology, 2000, v.40, pp. 177-188.

Variation of Microbial Rhizosphere Communities in Response to Crop Species, Soil Origin, and Inoculation with Sinorhizobium meliloti L33, R. Miethling, G. Wieland, H. Backhaus, and C. C. Tebbe, Microbial Ecology, 2000, v.41, pp. 43-56.

Microbial Biomass and Community Structure in a Sequence of Soils with Increasing Fertility and Changing Land Use, H. Yao. Z. He, M. J. Wilson, and C. D. Campbell, Microbial Ecology, 2000, v.40, pp. 223-237.

Cadmium Contamination on the Soil Microbial Community Diversity by Biolog and Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresis (DGGE) Analysis, A. Wang, J. Chen, and D. Crowley, Abstract from the ASM 100th General Meeting, May 21- 25, 2000

Adapting Traditional Bacterial Indicators and Physiological Diversity Measures for Monitoring Stream Condition, C. W. Hendricks, C. L. Bracken, and A. K. Harding, Abstract from the ASM 100th General Meeting, May 21- 25, 2000

Comparison of Two Kinds of Biolog Microplates (GN and ECO) in their Ability to Determine the Microbial Community Dynamics in Activated Sludge Systems, J. Van Heerden, M. M. Ehlers, and T. E. Cloete, Abstract from the ASM 100th General Meeting, May 21-25, 2000

Biolog for the Determination of Microbial Diversity in Activated Sludge Systems, J. Van Heerden, M. M. Ehlers, and T. E. Cloete, Abstract from the ASM 100th General Meeting, May 21-25, 2000

Microbial Community Structure and Function in the Spermosphere as Affected by Soil and Seed Type, J.S. Buyer, D.P. Roberts, and E. Russek-Cohen, Canadian Journal Microbiology, 1999, v.45, pp. 138-144.

Biolog Analysis and Fatty Acid Methyl Ester Profiles Indicate that Pseudomonad Inoculants that Promote Phytoremediation Alter the Root-associated Microbial Community of Bromus Biebersteinii, S.D. Siciliano, and J.J. Germida, Soil Biol. Biochem., 1998, v.30, pp. 1717-1723.

Microbial Community Analysis: A Kinetic Approach to Constructing Potential C Source Utilization Patterns, J.E. Lindstrom, R.P. Barry, and J.F. Braddock, Soil Biol. Biochem., 1998, v.30, pp. 231-239.

Metabolic Profiling as a Means of Characterizing Plant-associated Microbial Communities, R.J. Ellis, I.P. Thompson, and M.J. Bailey, Federation of European Microbiological Societies, 1995, v.16, pp. 9-18.

Can Soil Quality Trends Explain the “Organic Transition” Effect?, R. Ford Denison, T.K. Hartz, E.A. Martini, D.C. Bryant, R.F. Norris, D.M. Barrett, and J.S. Buyer, Soil Quality in the California Environment, 1998-1999 Annual Report, pp. 28-41

Sustainability of Long-term Reclaimed Wastewater Irrigated Cropland: A Field of Evaluation of Soil Quality, A.C. Chang, L. Wu, D.E. Crowley, B. McCullough-Sanden, Z. Wang, and A. Wang, Soil Quality in the California Environment, 1998-1999 Annual Report, pp. 1-9

Microbial Community Diversity and Resilience in Relation to Heavy Metal Contamination of Soils, D.E. Crowley, M. Reynolds, and C.H Yang, Soil Quality in the California Environment, 1998-1999 Annual Report, pp. 10-17

Comparison of Two Kinds of Biolog Microplates (GN and ECO) in their Ability to Distinguish Among Aquatic Microbial Communities, Keun-Hyung Choi and Fred C. Dobbs, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 1999, v.36, pp. 203-213.

Risk Assessment, Microbial Communities, and Pollution-Induced Community Tolerance, Michiel Rutgers and Anton M. Breure, Human and Ecological Risk Assessment,1999, v.5, pp. 661-670.

Effects of Heavy Metal Contamination and Remediation on Soil Microbial Communities in the Vicinity of a Zinc Smelter, J.J. Kelly and R.L. Tate, III, Journal of Environmental Quality, 1998, v.27, pp. 609-617.

Functional and Structural Responses of a Degradative Microbial Community to Substrates with Varying Degrees of Complexity in Chemical Structure, S. Karthikeyan, G.M. Wolfaardt, D.R. Korber, and D.E. Caldwell, Microbial Ecology, 1999, v. 38, pp. 215-224.

Microbial Diversity and Community Structure of Postdisturbance Forest Soils as Determined by Sole-Carbon-Source Utilization Patterns, W.J. Staddon, L.C. Duchesne, and J.T. Trevors, Microbial Ecology, 1997, v.34, pp. 125-130.

A Method of Profiling Microbial Communities Based on a Most-Probable-Number Assay That Uses BIOLOG Plates and Multiple Sole Carbon Sources, M. Gamo and T. Shoji, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1999, v.65, pp. 4419-4424.9-4424

A Microtiter Plate Procedure for Evaluating Fungal Functional Diversity, J.K. Dobranic and J.C. Zak, Mycologia, 91 (5), 1999, pp. 756-765

Defining Soil Quality in Terms of Microbial Community Structure, M.K. Firestone, T. Balser, and D. Herman, Soil Quality in the California Environment 1997-1998, pp. 41-51

Defining Soil Quality in Terms of Microbial Community Structure, M.K. Firestone, T. Balser, and D. Herman, Soil Quality in the California Environment 1996-1997, pp. 48-54

Comparison of Parental and Transgenic Alfalfa Rhizosphere Bacterial Communities Using Biolog GN Metabolic Fingerprinting and Enterobacterial Repetitive Intergenic Consensus Sequence-PCR (ERIC-PCR), G.D. Di Giovanni, L.S. Watrud, R.J. Seidler, and F. Wildmer, Microbial Ecology, pgs. 129-139, 1999

Biolog for the Determination of Microbial Diversity In Phosphate Removing and Non-Phosphate Removing Activated Sludge Systems, Juanita van Heerden, Marthie M. Ehlers, and T.E. Cloete, Abstracts of the 99th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1999

Pollution-Induced Community Tolerance (PICT) in Terrestrial Microbial Systems, M. Rutgers, B.S. Wind, and A.M. Breure, New Frontiers – Program and Abstracts – Eighth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME-98), Halifax, Canada 9-14 Aug. 1997

Comparison of Different Multisubstrate Utilization Assays for Functional Description of Microbial Communities, M.V. Gorlenko and J.L. Garland, New Frontiers – Program and Abstracts- Eighth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME-98), Halifax, Canada 9-14 Aug.1998

Variation in Composition and Structure of Soil Microbial Communities in Michigan Old Fields, W.L. Goodfriend and L.C. Broughton, New Frontiers – Program and Abstracts- Eighth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME-98), Halifax, Canada 9-14 Aug.1998

The Study of Eubacterial Community Change Over Time With Respect to Pollutant Pressure, M.S. Grivan, L.A. Glover, K. Killham, J.I. Prosser, and C. Campbell, New Frontiers – Program and Abstracts- Eighth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME-98), Halifax, Canada 9-14 Aug.1998

An Indicator for the Functional Diversity of Microbial Populations, A.M. Breure, B.S. Wind, and M. Rutgers, New Frontiers – Program and Abstracts- Eighth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME-98), Halifax, Canada 9-14 Aug.1998

Dynamics of Bacterial Communities Induced by Varying Water Tables and Seasons in the Everglades, N. Esiobu, New Frontiers – Program and Abstracts- Eighth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME-98), Halifax, Canada 9-14 Aug. 1998

Kinetic Analyses of the Biolog Community Profile to Characterize Changes in Species Richness in Two Freshwater Aquatic Communities, A.M. Comeau and C.R. Bell, New Frontiers – Program and Abstracts – Eighth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME-98), Halifax, Canada 9-14 Aug. 1998

Analysis of Aquatic Bacterial Communities Using Biolog GN and Eco Plates, K.H. Choi and F.C. Dobbs, New Frontiers – Program and Abstracts- Eighth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME-98), Halifax, Canada 9-14 Aug. 1998

Effect of P-Nutrition and PGPR Application on Potential C-Source Utilization by Rhizosphere Communities, S. Ruppel and A. Gransee, New Frontiers – Program and Abstracts – Eighth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME-98), Halifax, Canada 9-14 Aug. 1998

The Impact of Oxygen Tension on Cell Density and Metabolic Diversity of Microbial Communities in Alkane Degrading Continuous-Flow Cultures, L. Berthe-Corti, A. Burns, Abstract from Microbial Ecology, Germany, May 1998

Developing Microbial Indicators of Ecological Condition in Wadeable Oregon Streams, C.W. Hendricks, H.M.K. Campbell, and A.T. Herlihy, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society of Microbiology, 1998, N-143

The Use of Carbon Substrate Utilization Patterns in Environmental and Ecological Microbiology, A. Konopka, L. Oliver, A. Konopka, L. Oliver, R.F. Turco, Jr., Microbial Ecology, 1998, pp. 103-115.

Microbial Diversity of Artificial Mesocosms Receiving Primary Clarified Wastewater, K. R. Hench, A. J. Sexston, and G. K. Bissonnette, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, Q-280

Rapid Community-level Physiological Profiling Using Fluorescine Diacetate (FDA), Michael V. Gorlenko, Jay L. Garland, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, N-93.

Utility of BIOLOG GN Microplates to Characterize Complex Epiphytic Microbial Communities, A. H. Lindell, and J. V. McArthur, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, N-146.

Functional Diversity and Similarities Between Soil Bacterial Communities in a Southeastern Riparian Wetland, Donald M. Stoeckel, Mary S. Miller-Goodman, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, N-110.

Effect of Acclimation to Hydrocarbon Pollutant on Microbial Community Structure and Degradative Performance, D. C. Wilkie, D. R. Korber, G. M. Wolfaardt, and A. Estrada, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, N-105.

Bioavailability of BTEX in Unsaturated Soil: Effects of Microbial Community Structure and Cell Attachment to Soil Particles, A. L. Barkovskii, A. Rihana, P. Adriaens, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, N-88.

Microbial Community Assessment in Zinc Impacted Soils: Biolog and Phospholipid Fatty Acid Analyses, J. J. Kelly and R. L. Tate, Rutgers, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, N-69

Characterization of Microbial Communities from Trichloroethylene-Contaminated Groundwater, A. M. Glucksman, H. D. Skipper, R. I. Brigmon, C. B. Fliermans, W. C. Bridges, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, N-76

Impact of Vegetation Control and Fertilization on the Structure of Soil Microbial Communities in a White Pine (Pinus strobus L.) Plantation, W. J. Staddon*, L. C. Duchesne, and J. T. Trevors, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, N-8

Effects of Soil Properties on Bracken Fern (Pteridium aquilinum L.) Rhizosphere Microbial Community Metabolic Profiles, L. S. Watrud, S. Maggard, T. Shiroyama, M. G. Johnson and G. Di Giovanni, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, N-5

Analysis of BIOLOG GN Substrate Utilization Patterns by Microbial Communities, K. Smalla, U. Wachtendorf, H. Heuer, W. Liu, and L. Forney, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1998, v.64, pp. 1220-1225.

Use of GC-FAME and BIOLOG Techniques as Measures of Structural and Functional Diversity of Soil Microbial Communities. C.E. Pankhurst, B.G. Hawke, C.A. Kirkby, B.D. Harch, R.L. Correll and B.M. Doube, Abstracts from Australian Society of Microbiology, Adelaide, 1997.

Impacts of Fertilizers on the Humus Layer Microbial Community Structure of Scots Pine Stands Growing Along a Gradient of Heavy Metal Pollution. H. Fritze, T. Pennanen and P. Vanhala, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

The Relationship Between Microbial Biomass and Functional Diversity Along a Chihuahuan Desert Watershed. J. Zak, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Combined Application of BIOLOG and MIS/SHERLOCK for Identification of Bacterial Isolates from Hydrocarbon Polluted Soils. L. W�nsche, C. H�rtig, H.O. Pucci and W. Babel, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Biolog Fingerprints of Soil Bacteria: Incubation Conditions and Sensitivity. Winding and N.B. Hendriksen, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Quantitative Approaches to Assess Functional Attributes of Bacterial Communities: A Multivariate Perspective of Natural and Anthropogenic Disturbance. M.R. Willig, S.B. Cox and D.L. Moorhead, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Biolog Profiles of Model Microbial Communities: Single Point Analysis vs. Kinetic Profiles. L. Verschuere, V. Fievez, and W. Verstraete, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Biolog Metabolic Fingerprints for Clustering Marine Oligotrophic Bacteria From Polar Regions. T.L. Tan, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Community Changes During BIOLOG Incubation Followed by TGGE or DGGE. K. Smalla, U. Wachtendorf and H. Heuer, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Space: An Added Dimension to Substrate Utilisation by Fungi. K. Ritz and J.W. Crawford, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Physiological Diversity of Heterotrophic Bacterial Communities From Different Depths of a Soil Profile. N.R. Parekh, K. Everaerts, B. Lagacherie and G. Soulas, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Comparison of GC-FAME and BIOLOG Approaches to Analysis of Bacterial Communities Associated with the Decomposition of Organic Substrates in Two Contrasting Soils. C.E. Pankhurst, W. Meech and C.A. Kirkby, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Changes in Microbial Community After Maize Straw Application Detected by Biolog and PLFA Patterns. A. Paloj�rvi, S. Sharma, A. Rangger, M. von L�tzow and H. Insam, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Total Diversity of Soil Bacteria is High: How does this Correlate to the Diversity of the Population of Culturable Soil Bacteria? L. �vre�s and V. Torsvik, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

The Effects of Long-Term Land Management on Soil Functional Diversity. S.M. O’Flaherty, T.W. Willison, P. Tlustos, J.C. Baker and D.V. Murphy, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Effect of Added Organic Materials on Carbon Source Utilization and Enzyme Activity Patterns of Three Arable Soils. M. Niemi, P. Vanhala and U. Virta, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Changes in Bacterial Community Composition and Diversity Associated with Litter Decay: Patterns of Succession on a Decomposing Substrate. D. L. Moorhead, W.S. Davis and M.R. Willig, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Strain and Function Stability in Gnotobiotic Reactors. A.L. Mills and J.E. Bouma, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Characterization of Heterotrophic Microbial Communities by Means of the Biolog System, I. Kersters, L. Van Vooren, L. Verschuere, L. Vauterin, A. Wouters, J. Mergaert, W. Verstraete and J. Swings, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Elevated CO2 Changes Substrate Utilization Profiles in Alpine Grassland, C. Mayr C and H. Insam, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Microbial Community Analysis and Phenotypic Fingerprinting of a Selenium Contaminated Sludge System, C. Magyarosy, J. Keasling, P. Gadzinski and B.R. Bochner, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Microbial Population Changes During Bioremediation, M.M. Laine, and K.S. Jorgensen, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Substrate Utilization Patterns of Bacteria in Neutral and Acidic Beech Forest Soils, S. Kreitz and T.H. Anderson, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Impacts of T4-Lysozyme Expression of Transgenic Potatoes Analysed by Catabolic Profiling, H. Heuer, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Evaluating Community-Level Biolog Results by Area Under the Curve, J.B. Guckert, G.J. Carr, T.D. Johnson, B.G. Hamm, D.H. Davidson and Y. Kumagai, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Profiling of Microbial Community Structure Under Upland Grasslands: Comparison of BIOLOG, PFLA and Community DNA Approaches, S.J. Grayston, C.D. Campbell, K. Ritz, B.S. Griffiths, C.D. Clegg, R.D. Bardgett and J.L. Mawdsley, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

The Influence of Microbial Community Structure and Function on Community-Level Physiological Profiles, J.L. Garland and B.A. Hungate, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

A Novel Approach to Assessing the Catabolic Diversity of Soil Microbial Communities. B. Degens and J. Harris, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Use of Rhizosphere C Sources to Fingerprint Microbial Communities and Methods of Data Analysis. C.D. Campbell, S.J. Grayston and D. Hirst, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Comparison of Biolog and FAME Analysis of Soil Microbial Communities. J.S. Buyer, L. Lengnick, L.E. Drinkwater and D. Roberts, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Influence of Simulated Microgravity and Other Factors on Population and Functional Dynamics of Gnotobiotic Microbial Communities. J.E. Bouma and A.L. Mills, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

The Biolog System – Suitable for Environmental Applications? Barry R. Bochner, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Sources of Variability in BIOLOG Assays of Soil Microbial Communities: Spatial and Analytical. T.C. Balser and M.K. Firestone, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.

Ecofunctional Enzymes of Microbial Communities in Ground Water. C.B. Fliermans, M.M. Franck, T.C. Hazen, R.W. Gorden, FEMS Microbiology Reviews, August, 1997, pp. 1-11.

Analysis and Interpretation of Community-Level Physiological Profiles in Microbial Ecology. Jay L. Garland, FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 1997, v.24, pp. 289-300.

Monitoring Biolog Patterns and r/K-Strategists in the Intensive Culture of Artemia Juveniles. L. Verschuere, J. Dhont, P. Sorgeloos, W. Verstraete, Journal of Applied Microbiology, 1997, v.83, pp. 603-612.

Separation Power of the 95 Substrates of the BIOLOG System Determined in Various Soils. Wolfgang Hitzl, Andrea Rangger, Shobha Sharma, Heribert Insam, FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 1997, v.22, pp. 167-174.

Using the Gini Coefficient with BIOLOG Substrate Utilisation Data to Provide an Alternative Quantitative Measure for Comparing Bacterial Soil Communities. Bronwyn D. Harch, Raymond L. Correll, Wendy Meech, Clive A. Kirkby, Clive E. Pankhurst, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 1997, v.30, pp. 91-101.

Application of Multivariate Analysis of Variance and Related Techniques in Soil Studies with Substrate Utilization Tests. Wolfgang Hitzl, Michael Henrich, Markus Kessel, Heribert Insam, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 1997, v.30, pp. 81-89.

Statistical Comparisons of Community Catabolic Profiles. Ekkehard Glimm, Holger Heuer, Bert Engelen, Kornelia Smalla, Horst Backhaus, Journal of Microbiological Methods,1997, v.30, pp. 71-80.

Statistical Analysis of the Time-Course of Biolog Substrate Utilization. Christine A. Hackett, Bryan S. Griffiths, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 1997, v.30, pp.63-69.

Evaluation of Community-Level Catabolic Profiling using BIOLOG GN Microplates to Study Microbial Community Changes in Potato Phyllosphere. Holger Heuer, Kornelia Smalla, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 1997, v.30, pp. 49-61.

Use Of Rhizosphere Carbon Sources In Sole Carbon Source Tests To Discriminate Soil Microbial Communities. C.D. Campbell, S. J. Grayston, D.J. Hirst, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 1997, v.30, pp. 33-41.

Microbial Functional Activity During Composting of Chlorophenol-Contaminated Sawmill Soil. M. Minna Laine, Heikki Haario, Kirsten S. Jorgensen, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 1997, v.30, pp. 21-32.

Comparison of Substrate Utilization Assay and Fatty Acid Analysis of Soil Microbial Communities. Jeffrey S. Buyer, Laurie E. Drinkwater, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 1997, v.30, pp. 3-11.

Substrate Utilization Tests in Microbial Ecology. A Preface to the Special Issue of the Journal of Microbiological Methods. Heribert Insam, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 1997, v.30, pp. 1-2.

Microbial Communities, Functional Versus Structural Approaches, H. Insam and A. Rangger, Springer-Verlag, Germany, 1997.

Bacterial Population Dynamics in a Meromictic Lake, P. Tuomi, T. Torsvik, M. Heldal, and G. Bratbak, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, June, 1997, v.63, pp. 2181-2188.

Comparison of Activated Sludge Microbial Communities Using Biolog MicroPlates�, S.K. Kaiser, J.B. Guckert, and D.W. Gledhill, Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Microorganisms in Activated Sludge and Biofilm Processes, July, 1997, p.49-56.

Community and Metabolic Analysis of Activated Sludge Microbial Habitat, D.Y. Kumagail, J.B. Guckert, R.J. Larson, E.N. Namkung, Japan Society on Water Environment, March, 1997.

Microbial Remediation of Soils Co-contaminated With 2,4-D and Cadmium, T.M. Roane and I.L. Pepper, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.524.

Methods for Determining Chlorine Impact on River Biofilms, S. Satic, D.R. Korber, G.M. Wolfaardt, and D.E. Caldwell, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.508.

Differences Between Diazotrophic Assemblages From the Rhizospheres of Salt Marsh Grasses, C.E. Bagwell. C.R. Lovell, Y.M. Piceno, and A.L. Ashburne, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.415

The Relative Importance of Inoculum Source, Plant Type, and Plant Age on Rhizosphere Community Development, J.L. Garland and K.L. Cook, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.414.

Effect of Simulated Microgravity on Populations and Functional Activity of a Gnotobiotic Microbial Community, J.E. Bouma and D.L. Pierson, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.413.

Molecular Analysis of Diversity Represented by a Metabolic Culture Assay of a Soil Microbial Community, G.D. Di Giovanni, F. Widmer, RJ. Seidler, and L.S. Watrud, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.412.

Changes in Soil Microbial Diversity in Response to Bioventing, J.L. Rogers and S.C. Long, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.406.

Polyphasic Characterization of Microbial Communities in Damaged Environments, T. Torok, S. Goldman, and J.C. Hunter-Cevera, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.403.

Discerning Changes in Rhizoshere Microbial Populations Due to an Introduced GEM Using BIOLOG and Multivariate Statistical Analysis, J.V. Gagliardi, J.S. Angle, and J.S. Buyer, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.400.

A Comparison of the Effects of Amendments on Microbial Communities in Agricultural Soils, J.H. Middleton and L.R. Cooperband, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.398.

An Evaluation of Subtyping of Methods for the Identification of Fecal Pollution Sources in Lake Sidney Lanier, Georgia, A. Buchan, M. Alber, M.A. Moran, R.E. Hodson, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.395.

Bacteriological Studies on White-Band Disease of Acropora cervicornis, G.W. Smith and K.B. Ritchie, Biology and Geology of Coral Reefs, September, 1995.

Phenotypic Fingerprinting of Microbial Communities in Wastewater Treatment Systems, L. Victorio, K. A. Gilbride, D. G. Allen, and S. N. Liss, Water Research, 1966, v.30, pp. 1077-1086.

Microbial Community Structure in a Mine Tailings Reclamation Project, O.F. Seastone, C.A. Zabinski, B.W. Wielinga and J.E. Gannon, Abstracts of the 96th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1996, p. 345.

The Biolog Technique as a Method to Assess Microbial Population Shifts in Agricultural Soils, S.E. Ahrabi-Fard, B.A.D. Hetrick and J.E. Jurgenson, Abstracts of the 96th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1996, p. 460.

Community Analysis by Biolog: Curve Integration for Statistical Analysis of Activated Sludge Microbial Habitats, J. B. Guckert, G. J. Carr, T. D. Johnson, B. G. Hamm, D. H. Davidson, and Y. Kumagai, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 1996, v.27:2-3, p. 183-187.

The Effect of Grazing on Soil Microbial Biomass and Community on Alpine Pastures, H. Insam, A. Rangger, M. Henrich, and W. Hitzl, Phyton Special Issue “Achenkirch II”, 1996, v.36, p. 205-216.

Changes in Functional Abilities of the Microbial Community During Composting of Manure, H. Insam, K. Amor, M. Renner, C. Crepaz, Microbial Ecology, 1996, v.31, p. 77-87.

Determination of Substrate Utilization Patterns of Soil Microbial Communities: An Approach to Assess Population Changes After Hydrocarbon Pollution, L. Wunsche, L. Bruggeman, and W. Babel, FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 1995, v.17, p. 295-306.

Impact of Carbon Flooding on the Metabolic Diversity of Microbial Communities in Soils, D. A. Bossio and K. M. Scow, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1995, v.61, p. 4043-4050.

Examination of the Effectiveness of Biolog in Determining Microbial Community Patterns in Soils Amended with Compost or E. coli, B.F. Rogers, S.L. Murphy, J.J. Kelly, and R.L. Tate III, Abstracts of the General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1996, p. 335.

Biolog Analysis of Zinc Contaminated Soil Microbial Communities, J. J. Kelly and R. Tate III, Abstracts of the 96th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1996, p. 337.

The Suitability of the Biolog Automated Microbial Identification System for Assessing the Taxonomical Composition of Terrestrial Bacterial Communities, L. Wunsche, and W. Babel, Microbiological Research, 1966 v.151, p. 133-143.

Analytical Approaches to the Characterization of Samples of Microbial Communities Using Patterns of Potential C Source Utilization, J. L.Garland, Soil Biol. Biochem, 1996, v.28:2, p.213-221.

Patterns of Potential C Source Utilization By Rhizosphere Communities, J. L. Garland, Soil Biol. Biochem, 1996, v.28:2, p.223-230.

Structure and Activity of Subsurface Microbial Communities in a Sandy Coastal Plain Aquifer, L. Lancaster, and A.L. Mills, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 348.

Analysis of Factors Affecting the Accuracy, Reproducibility, and Interpretation of Microbial Community Carbon Source Utilization Patterns, S.K. Haack H. Garchow, M.J. Klug, and L.J. Forney, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1995, v.61, p. 1458-1468.

Microbial Diversity in the Rhizospheres of Different Tree Species, S.J. Grayston, C.D. Campbell, and D. Vaughan, Soil Biota-Management in Sustainable Farming Systems. (eds. Parkhurst CE, Doube BM, Gupta WSR, Adelaide), 1994, p. 155-157.

Functional Diversity of Microbial Communities: A Quantitative Approach, J. Zak, M. Willig, D. Moorhead, and H. Wildman, Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 1994, v.26, p. 1101-1108.

Fingerprinting Bacterial Soil Communities Using Biolog Microtitre Plates, A. Winding, Beyond the Biomass, British Society of Soil Science, 1994, p. 85-94.

A Community-Level Physiological Approach for Studying Microbial Communities, J.L. Garland and A.L. Mills, Beyond the Biomass, British Society of Soil Science, 1994, p. 77-83.

Analysis of Changes in Stream Biofilm Community Structure and Function in Response to Environmental Perturbation Using Whole-Community Fatty Acid Methyl Ester Profiles and Carbon-Substrate Utilization Patterns, K. Haack, H. Garchow, W. Sobczak, L.J. Forney, and M.J. Klug, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p.352.

Temporal Patterns of Community-Level Carbon Source Utilization in the Rhizosphere of Wheat and Potato, J.L. Garland, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p. 349.

Metabolic and Community DNA Similarities of Natural Bacterioplankton Communities in the North American Great Lakes, D. Pascoe and R.E. Hicks, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p. 352.

Dynamics and Functional Stability of a Gnotobiotic Microbial Community, J.E. Bouma and A.L. Mills, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p. 349.

The Development of a Defined Microbial Community in a Materially Closed Ecosystem, D.C. Obenhuber and E.B. Rodgers, Abstracts of the 93rd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1993, p. 397.

Biolog Microtiter Plates for Metabolic Analysis of Soil Microbial Communities, A. Winding and N.B. Hendriksen, Abstract #P2-02-34, Symposium on Microbial Ecology, 1992, Barcelona.

Comparison of Community-Level and Isolate-Based Methods for Determining Microbial Community Structure, J.L. Garland, Abstracts of the 92nd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1992, p. 397

Population and Functional Dynamics of a Gnotobiotic Microbial Community, J.E. Bouma, and A.L. Mills, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 339.

Reisolation of a Defined Microbial Community From a Four Year Old Materially Closed Ecosystem, D.C. Obenhuber, and A.B. Brittain, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 341.

Ecofunctional Enzymes of Microbial Communities in Groundwater, C.B. Fliermans, M.M. Franck, T.C. Hazen, and R.W. Gorden, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 347.

Microbial Ecology of a Subarctic Taiga Crude Oil Spill: Activity and Metabolic Diversity, J.E. Lindstrom, J.F. Braddock, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 355.

Characterization of Microbial Populations From Drinking Water Filters Using Whole-Community Fatty Acid Methyl Ester Profiles, Carbon-Source Utilization Patterns and DNA Amplification Fingerprinting, D.M. Moll, and R.S. Summer, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 337.

Physiological and Phylogenetic Analysis of a Bacterial Community, C. Hoch, M. Mau, E. Moore, and K.N. Timmis, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 337.

The Effects of Inoculum Source and Richness on Community-Level Patterns of Carbon Source Utilization in Rhizosphere Microcosms, J.L. Garland, K.L. Cook, and C.A. Loader, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 341.
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Classification and Characterization of Heterotrophic Microbial Communities on the Basis of Patterns of Community-Level Sole-Carbon-Source Utilization, J.L. Garland and A.L. Mills, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1991, v.57, p. 2351-2359.

Biodegradation, Soil and Water Microbiology

Groundwater Ecosystems Vary with Land Use across a Mixed Agricultural Landscape, K. L. Korbel, P. J. Hancock, P. Serov, R. P. Lim and G. C. Hose, Journal of Environmental Quality, 2013

Bhargavaea indica sp. nov., a member of the phylum Firmicutes, isolated from Arabian Sea sediment, Pankaj Verma, Chi Nam Seong, Prashant Kumar Pandey, Ramesh Ramchandra Bhonde, Cathrin Spröer, Manfred Rohde, Yogesh Shreepad Shouche, Journal of Microbiology, February 2013, Volume 51, Issue 1, pp 36-42

Groundwater Ecosystems Vary with Land Use across a Mixed Agricultural Landscape, K. L. Korbel, P. J. Hancock, P. Serov, R. P. Lim and G. C. Hose, Journal of Environmental Quality, January 28, 2013

Bhargavaea indica sp. nov., a member of the phylum Firmicutes, isolated from Arabian Sea sediment, Pankaj Verma, Chi Nam Seong, Prashant Kumar Pandey, Ramesh Ramchandra Bhonde, Cathrin Spröer, Manfred Rohde, Yogesh Shreepad Shouche, Journal of Microbiology February 2013, Volume 51, Issue 1, pp 36-42

Real-time microbial adaptive diversification in soil, Pedro Gómez, Angus Buckling, Ecology Letters, Feb 2013

The influence of different types of urban land use on soil microbial biomass and functional diversity in Beijing, China, D. Zhao, F. Li, Q. Yang, R. Wang, Y. Song, Y. Tao, Soil Use and Management, Feb 2013

Recent Development in the Methods of Studying Microbial Diversity, Mohd Ikram Ansari, Abdul Malik, Management of Microbial Resources in the Environment 2013, pp 17-50

Aerobic Biodegradation of 2,22′-Dithiodibenzoic Acid Produced from Dibenzothiophene Metabolites, R.F. Young, S.M. Cheng, and P.M. Fedorak, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2006, v.72, pp. 491-496.

Isolation and Characterization of Phenanthrene-Degrading Sphingomonas paucimobilis Strain ZX4, Y. Xia, H. Min, G. Rao, Z-M. Lv, J. Liu, Y-F. Ye, and X-J. Duan, Biodegradation, 2005, v.16, pp. 393-402.

Metabolic Responses of Microbiota to Diesel Fuel Addition in Vegetated Soil, M.R.T. Palmroth, U. Munster, J. Pichtel, and J.A. Puhakka, Biodegradation, 2005, v.16, pp. 91-101.

Isolation and Characterization of Pseudomonas sp. Strain HF-1 Capable of Degrading Nicotine, A. Ruan, H. Min, X. Peng, and Z. Huang, Research in Microbiology, 2005, v.156, pp. 700-706.

Effects of Lead and Cadmium Nitrate on Biomass and Substrate Utilization Pattern of Soil Microbial Communities, M. Akmal, X. Jianming, L. Zhaojun, W. Haizhen, and Y. Huaiying, Chemosphere, 2005, v.60, pp. 508-514.

Structural and Functional Diversity of Microbial Communities from a Lake Sediment Contaminated with Trenbolone, an Endocrine-Disrupting Chemical, V. Radl, K. Pritsch, J.C. Munch, and M. Schloter, Environmental Pollution, 2005, v.137, pp. 345-353.

Shewanella decolorationis sp. nov., a Dye-Decolorizing Bacterium Isolated from Activated Sludge of a Waste-Water Treatment Plant, M. Xu, J. Guo, Y. Cen, X. Zhong, W. Cao, and G. Sun, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2005, v.55, pp. 363-368.

Application of Enterococcus spp. as a Bacterial Source Tracking Tool, J.E. Thomas, C. Lang, V. Gannon, J. Byrne, and B. Selinger, Abstract from the International Union of Microbiological Societies, July 2005.

Pollution-Induced Community Tolerance of Soil Microbes in Response to a Zinc Gradient, M.R.H. Davis, F-J. Zhao, and S. P. McGrath, Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 2004, v.23, pp. 2665-2672.

Molecular Diversity of Tannic Acid Degrading Bacteria Isolated from Tannery Soil, S.P. Chowdhury, S. Khanna, S.C. Verma, and A.K. Tripathi, Journal of Applied Microbiology, 2004, v.97, pp. 1210-1219.

Heterotrophic Community-Level Physiological Profiles of Domestic Wastewater Following Treatment by Small Constructed Subsurface Flow Wetlands, K.R. Hench, A.J. Sexstone, and G.K. Bissonnette, Water Environment Research, 2004, v.76, pp. 468-473.

Effects of Antibiotics on Soil Bacterial Communities – Comparing Molecular Techniques and Community Analyses, H. Schmidt, P. van Beelen, and E. Smit, Abstract from the 104th General Meeting of the American Society of Microbiology, May 2004.

Fluorescent Pseudomonas Isolates from Mississippi Delta Oxbow Lakes: In Vitro Herbicide Biotransformations, R.M. Zablotowicz, M.A. Locke, R.E. Hoagland, Environmental Toxicology, 2001, v.16, pp. 9-19.

Use of Selective Inhibitors and Chromogenic Substrates to Differentiate Bacteria Based on Toluene Oxygenase Activity, W.K. Keener, M.E. Watwood, K.D. Schaller, M.R. Walton, J.K. Partin, W.A. Smith, and S.R. Clingenpeel, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 2001, v.46, pp. 171-185.

Comparison of Microbial and Meiofaunal Community Analyses for Determining Impact of Heavy Metal Contamination, R.J. Ellis, B. Neish, M.W. Trett, J.G. Best, A.J. Weightman, P. Morgan, and J.C. Fry, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 2001, v.45, pp. 171-185.

Structure of Microbial Communities in Activated Sludge: Potential Implications for Assessing the Biodegradability of Chemicals, L.J. Forney, W-T. Liu, J.B. Guckert, Y. Kumagai, E. Namkung, T. Nishihara, and R.J. Larson, Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, 2001, v.49, pp. 40-53.

Carbon Source Utilization and Antibiotic Resistance Analysis (Disk Diffusion) as Methods for Source Tracking in Texas Surface Water, P.J. Brown, J. C. Stewart, C.A. Branecky, and J.B. Mott, Abstract from the ASM 105th General Meeting June 5th-June 9th 2005.

Speciation of Environmental Enterococcus and Related Species: Comparison of Four Commercial Phenotypic Methods with Biochemical Testing, M.H. Zhowandai, C. McGee, D.F. Moore, J.B. Mott, M. Von Winckelmann, K. Patton, J.C. Stewart, P.J. Brown, and D.M. Ferguson, Abstract from the ASM 105th General Meeting June 5th-June 9th 2005.

Antibiotic Resistance Gene Exchange Between Coliform Bacteria in the Upper Susquehanna River, D.A. Miller, Jr., M.E. Allen, and H. Coll, Abstract from the ASM 105th General Meeting June 5th-June 9th 2005.

Characterization and Purification of Acrylamidase Isolated from the Acrylamide-Degrading Bacterium, Ralstonia eutropha, M-S. Cha and G.H. Chambliss, Abstract from the ASM 105th General Meeting June 5th-June 9th 2005.

Survival of Isolates from an Aerobic Digester in Sludge Fractions, Abstract from the ASM 105th General Meeting June 5th- June 9th 2005

Collimonas fungivorans gen. nov., sp. nov., a Chitinolytic Soil Bacterium with the Ability to Grow on Living Fungal Hyphae,J. Wieste de Boer, H.J. Leveau, G.A. Kowalchuk, Paulien J.A. Klein Gunnewiek, E.C.A. Abeln, M.J. Figge, K. Sjollema, J.D. Janse, and J.A. van Veen, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2004, v.54, pp. 857-864.

Cloning and Expression of a Novel Esterase Gene cpoA from Burkholderia cepacia,C.H. Kim, J.H. Lee, J.H. Heo, O.S. Kwon, H.A. Kang, and S.K. Rhee, Journal of Applied Microbiology, 2004, v.96, pp. 1306-1316.

Gene Sequences of the pcpB Gene of Pentachlorophenol-Degrading Sphinogomonas chlorophenolica Found in Nondegrading Bacteria,V.M. Saboo and M.A. Gealt, Canadian Journal of Microbiology, 1998, v.44, pp. 667-675.

Carbon Source Utilization Profiles as a Method to Identify Sources of Faecal Pollution in Water, C. Hagedorn, J.B. Crozier, K.A. Mentz, A.M. Booth, A.K. Graves, N.J. Nelson, and R.B. Reneau Jr., Journal of Applied Microbiology, 2003, v.94, pp. 792-799.

Evaluation of Genetic Diversity Among Pseudomonas citronellolis Strains Isolated from Oily Sludge-Contaminated Sites, D. Bhattacharya, P.M. Sarma, S. Krishnan, S. Mishra, and B. Lal, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2003, v.69, pp. 1435-1441.

Characterization of Cr(VI)-Resistant Bacteria Isolated from Chromium-Contaminated Soil by Tannery Activity, C. Viti, A. Pace, and L. Giovannetti, Current Microbiology, 2003, v.46, pp. 1-5.

Characterization of Serratia Isolates from Soil, Ecological Implications and Transfer of Serratia proteamaculans subsp. quinovora Grimont et al. 1983 to Serratia quinivorans corrig., sp.nov, K.E. Ashelford, J.C. Fry, M.J. Bailey, and M.J. Day, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2002, v.52, pp. 2281-2289.

Physiological and Cellular Responses of the 2,4-D Degrading Bacterium, Burkholderia cepacia YK-2, to the Phenoxyherbicides 2,4-D and 2,4,5-T, Y. Cho, H. Kahng, C. Kim, J.J. Kukor, and K. Oh, Current Microbiology, 2002, v.45, pp. 415-422.

Physiological and Genetic Characterization of Fluorescent Pseudomonas Associated with Cantharellus cibarius, J.I. Rangel-Castro, J.L. Levenfors, and E. Danell, Canadian Journal of Microbiology, 2002, v.48, pp. 739-748.

Isolation of Bacterial Strains that Produce the Endocrine Disruptor, Octylphenol Diethoxylates, in Paddy Fields, E. Nishio, Y. Ichiki, H. Tamura, S. Morita, K. Watanabe, and H. Yoshikawa, Biosci. Biotechnol. Biochem., 2002, v.66, pp. 1792-1798.

Evaluation of Plant Growth Promoting and Colonization Ability of Endophytic Diazotrophs from Deep Water Rice, S.C. Verma, J.K. Ladha, and A.K. Tripathi, Journal of Biotechnology, 2001, v.91, pp. 127-141.

Reconnaissance of Hydrology, Water Quality, and Sources of Bacterial and Nutrient Contamination in the Ozark Plateaus Aquifer System and Cave Springs Branch of Honey Creek, Delaware County, Oklahoma, March 1999-March 2000, Water – Resources Investigation Report 00-4210, U.S. Department of Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, pp. 21-39

Fatty Acid Methyl Ester (FAME) and Biolog Determination of Microbial Community Profiles in a Coupled Bioreactor/Biofilter During Removal of Volatile Acetone and Toluene B. F. Hugo, M. A. LaBeau, S. T. Bagley, Abstract from the ASM 100th General Meeting, May 21-25, 2000

Biodegradation of Glycerol Trinitrate and Pentaerythritol Tetranitrate by Agrobacterium radiobacter, G. F. White, J. R. Snape, and S. Nicklin, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Feb. 1996, pp. 637-642

Biolog ID as Compared to 16S Ribosomal RNA ID for Environmental Isolates from the Deep Subsurface, P. C. McKinsey, D. J. Addis, K. B. Maxwell, M. M. Franck, C. B. Fliermans, Abstract from the ASM 100th General Meeting, May 21-25, 2000

Resuscitation of Microorganisms After Gamma Irradiation, P.S. Amy, B.J. Pitonzo, and M. Rudin, Radiation Research, 1999, v.152, pp. 71-75.

Isolation from Soil of Aerobic Chemoheterotrophic Bacteria Capable of Decomposing Methanethiol and Hydrogen Sulfide, H. Sato, S. Takakuwa, T. Kimura, H. Shimomoto, T. Hirose, and Y. Moriyama, Microbes and Environments, 1999, v.14, pp.1-999.

Microbial Cooperation in the Remediation of Co-Contaminated Systems, T.M. Roane and I.L. Pepper, New Frontiers – Program and Abstracts – Eighth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME-98), Halifax, Canada 9-14 Aug. 1998

Developing Microbial Indicators of Ecological Condition in Wadeable Oregon Streams, C. W. Hendricks, H. M. K. Campbell, and A. T. Herlihy, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, N-143

Microbial Ecology of Selenium Damaged Environments, C. Edmerson, X. Zeng, and T. Leighton, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, N-63

Use of GFP as a Conservative Fluorescent Marker to Examine the Protective Interactions between Benzoate Resistant and Sensitive Strains of Pseudomonas spp. In Static and Flowing Environments, S. Karthikeyan,* G. M. Wolfaardt, D. R. Korber, and D. E. Caldwell, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, N-59.

Rapid Phenotypic Radiation of a Soil Bacterium Maintained for 1000 Generations in Two Different Environments, M. S. Riley, E. Seymour, L. J. Forney, T. L. Marsh, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, R-43

Profiling Populations of Aquatic Bacteria Using NTZ-500 Numerical Taxonomy Program, M. A. Holder-Franklin, N. Ocampo, C. Allen and L. J. Wuest, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, Q-255

The Use of Microbial Metal-Resistance in the Bioremediation of Metal:Organic Contaminated Systems, T. M. Roane and I. L. Pepper, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, P-22

Metabolic and Genotypic Fingerprinting of Fluorescent Pseudomonads Associated with Douglas Fir – Laccaria bicolor Mycorrhizosphere, P. Frey, P. Frey-Klett, J. Garbaye, O. Berge, and T. Heulin, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1997, v.63, pp. 1852-1860.

Dominantly Growing Bacteria in Malodorless Domestic Sewage Treatment Tanks and Their Biochemical Characteristics. Yukio Doi, Boon-Sing Lee, Ryozo Iriye, Shin-ichiro Tabata and Koichi Tateishi, Antibact. Antifung. Agents, 1998, v.26, pp. 53-63.

Coaggregation Amongst Aquatic Biofilm Bacteria. C.M. Bushwell, Y.M. Herlihy, P.D. Marsh, C.W. Keevil, and S.A.Leach. Journal of Applied Microbiology, 1997, v.83, pp. 477-484.

Metabolic and Genotype Fingerprinting of Fluorescent Pseudomonads Associated with the Douglas Fir-Laccaria bicolor Mycorrhizosphere. Pascal Frey, Pascale Frey-Klett, Jean Garbaye, Odile Berge and Thierry Heulin, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1997, pp. 1852-1860.

Viability and Metabolic Features of Bacteria Indigenous to a Contaminated Aquifer. C.M. McCarthy and L. Murray, Microbial Ecology, 1996, v.32, pp. 305-321.

Cyanide Degradation under Alkaline Conditions by a Strain of Fusarium solani from Contaminated Soils, A. Dumestre, T. Chone, J.M. Portal, M. Gerard, and J. Berthelin, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1997, v.63, pp. 2729-2734.

Phylogenetic and Biochemical Characterization of an Atrazine-Mineralizing Bacterial Isolate, D.M. Stamper, K.B. Hallberg, M. Radosevich, S.J. Traina, and O.H. Tuovinen, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.525.

Isolation and Characterization of Benzene and Toluene-Degrading Bacteria from Pristine and Disturbed Tropical Soils,.E. Acosta, D. Badillo, S. Cresop, J. Mattei, C. Rodriguez, V. Gomez and A. Massol-Deya, Abstracts of the 96th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1996, p.337.

Carbon Source Utilization of Soil Extracted Microorganisms as a Tool to Detect the Effects of Soil Supplemented with Genetically Engineered and Non-engineered Corynebacteruim glutamicum and a Recombinant Peptide at the Community Level, W. Vahjen, J. Munch, and C. C. Tebbe, FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 1995, v.18, p. 317-328.

Isolation and Characterization of a Facultatively Aerobic Bacterium That Reductively Dehalogenates Tetrachloroethene cis – 1,2 – Dichloroethene, P. K. Sharma, and P. L. McCarty, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1996, v.62:3, p. 761-765.

Production of an Extracellular Polysaccharide by Agrobacterium sp DS3 NRRL B-14297 Isolated from Soil, C.T. Hou, J.Aa. Ahlgren, W. Brown, and J.J. Nicholoson, Journal of Industrial Microbiology, 1996, v.16, p. 129-133

Sediments as Reservoirs for Fecal Coliforms in Oak Creek, Arizona, C.E. Keys, P. Moraca, T. Harrison and G. Southam, Abstracts from the 96th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1996, p. 469.

Genetic and Phenotypic Analysis of Denitrifiers Isolated From Subsurface of Prairie and Agricultural Soil, L. Halda, C.W. Rice, J. Leach, and F. Louws, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 346.

Cyanuric Acid-Degrading Bacteria From S-Triazine Contaminated Groundwater, R.M. Larsen, K.L. Watkins, and J. Bauld, Abstracts of the Australian Society for Microbiology, Microbiology Australia, September, 1995,v.16:4, PO3.7.

Polyphasic Characterization of a Suite of Bacterial Isolates Capable of Degrading 2,4-D, N.L. Tonso, V.G. Matheson, and W.E. Holben, Microbial Ecology, 1995, v.30, p. 3-24.

Use of Sole Carbon Source Utilization Patterns to Detect Changes in Soil Microbial Communities affected by Cu, Ni and Zn, C.D. Campbell, J. Van Gelder, M.S. Davidson, and C.M. Cameron, International Conference on Heavy Metals in the Environment, 1995, v.2, p. 447-450.

Isolation and Identification of Bacteria From a Kraft Pulp Mill Equalization Basin, K. Kruawal, R.D. Ellender, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 478.

Rapid Screening for Bacterial Phenotypes Capable of Biodegrading Anionic Surfactants: Development and Validation of a Microtitre Plate Method, C. Lee, N. J. Russell, and G.F. White, Microbiology, 1995, v.141, p.2801-2810.

Assessment of Hydrocarbon Remediation by Multiple Prokaryotic Bioassays, S.P. O’Connell, R.M. Lehman, and G.A. Bala, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 476.

Isolation and Characterization of Microorganisms Recovered From a Petroleum Hydrocarbon Contaminated Site, G.T. Kleinheinz, U. Kohlweyer, W.P. St. John, and S.T. Bagley, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 408.

Comparison of Identification Systems for Classification of Bacteria Isolated From Water and Endolithic Habitats within the Deep Subsurface, P.S. Amy, D.L. Haldeman, D. Ringelberg, D.H. Hall, and C. Russell, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1992, v.58, pp. 3367-3373.

Desulfurization of Dibenzothiophene to 2-Hydroxybiphenyl by Some Newly Isolated Bacterial Strains, P. Wang, and S. Krawiec, Archives of Microbiology, 1994, v.161, p. 266-271.

Variations in Phenotypic Characters of Type 021N From Activated Sludge Systems, R. Hudson, C. Williams, R.J. Seviour, and J.A. Soddell, Water Science Technology, 1994, v.29, p. 143-147.

Microbiological Investigations of Corrosion Damages in Aircraft, A. Hagenauer, R. Hilpert, and T. Hack, Werkstoffe und Korrosion, 1994, v.45, p. 355-360.

Synergistic Growth of Two Members from a Mixed Microbial Consortium Growing on Biphenyl, A.D. Davison, H. Csellner, P. Karuso, and D.A. Veal, FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 1994, v.14, p. 133-146.

Alternative Method for Rapidly Screening Microbial Isolates for Their Potential to Degrade Volatile Contaminants, J.M. Strong-Gunderson and .V. Palumbo, Journal of Industrial Microbiology, 1994, v.13, p.361-366.

Isolation and Identification of Microorganisms Responsible for 1,4-Dioxane Mineralization, R.M. Cowan, M.D. Morin, S.M. Sock, C.P.L. Grady, Jr., and T.A. Hughes, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p. 466.

Response of Bacterial Populations to Petroleum Hydrocarbon Contamination in Tropical Soils, F. Robert and S. Israel, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994. p. 395.

Biodegradation of Petroleum Hydrocarbons in Soil Slurries by Pseudomonas Isolates, D.K. Jain and I. Cord, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p. 396.

Enrichment and Kinetic Characterization of Microbial di-Methyl Ketone and di-Ethyl Ether Degradation Using a Respirometric Technique, B.F. Smets, R.E. Hammervold, T.O. Overcamp, and C.P.L.J. Grady, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p.463.

Biodegradability Assessment of Isocyanate Based Polymers, I. Odocha, S. Wang, I. Horacek, S. Wong, J. Kresta, and J. Graves, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p.463.

Dynamic Interaction of Cyanide and Ammonia Utilization in Bioremediation of Cyanide-containing Waste Water, C.S. Lin, J.K. Liu, C.J. Mao, I.D. Chang, S.H. Kao, C.H. Liu, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p.462.

The Effect of 2, 4-D on the Metabolic Potential of a Soil Microbial Community, G.D. Di Giovanni, N.A. Sinclair, I.L. Pepper, and R. Arnold, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p.452.

Evidence for the Prominence of Different Well Characterized Gram-Negative Mesophilic Bacteria in the Thermophilic (50-70C) Environment of Composts, M.L. Droffner, and W.F. Brinton, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p.435.

Analysis of Changes in Stream Biofilm Community Structure and Function in Response to Environmental Perturbation Using Whole-Community Fatty Acid Methyl Ester Profiles and Carbon-Substrate Utilization Patterns, K. Haack, H. Garchow, W. Sobczak, L.J. Forney, and M.J. Klug, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p.352.

Landfill Heterotrophic Bacteria, M.A. Holder-Franklin, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p.350.

Rapid Screening for Bacteria Capable of Degrading Toxic Organic Compounds, R.W. Gorden, T.C. Hazen, and C.B. Fliermans, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 1993, v.18, p. 339-347.

Use of Biolog Technology to Assess Remediation and Groundwater Perturbations, C.B. Fliermans, J.E. Wear, M.M. Franck, P.C. McKinsey, and T.C. Hazen, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p.329.

Cluster Analysis of Black Plug Layer Microbial Communities, S.R. Lyon and B.H. Olson, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p. 347.

Large Scale Analysis of Microbial Populations and Abiotic Factors in Aquifers, Z.V.A., J.D. Harrington, K.W. Neely, J.M. Harrington, S.T. Kellogg, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p.346.

Microbial Habitat Analysis of Eutrophicated Aquifers Feeding a Pristine Alpine Lake, Magrini, V.J., G.C. Rothrock, and S.T. Kellogg, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p.320.

A Study of Microbial Communities in Lead-Contaminated Soils, T.M. Roane, and S.T. Kellogg, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994. p.423

Biodegradation Profiles of Microbial Communities in Wastewater Treatment Systems, L. Victorio, D.G. Allen, K.A. Gilbride and S.N. Liss, Abstracts of the Joint Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial Microbiology and the Canadian Society of Microbiologists, 1993, p.70.

Physiological Profiles of Predominant Heterotrophic Bacterial Populations in a Municipal Landfill, M.A. Holder-Franklin, S. Georges, B. Mangiola, and C. Bezaire, Abstracts of the Joint Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial Microbiology and the Canadian Society of Microbiologists, 1993, p.69.

A Most Probable Number Assay Using BIOLOG-GN Microtiter Plates for the Study of Ground Water Microbial Communities, J.E. Wear, P.C. McKinsey, M.M. Franck, H.G. Findley, M.V. Enzien, C.B. Fliermans, and T.C. Hazen, Abstracts of the 93rd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1993, p. 314.

Immunologic Techniques as Tools to Characterize the Subsurface Microbial Community at a TCE Contaminated Site, C.B. Fliermans, J.M. Dougherty, M.M. Franck, P.C. McKinzey, and T.C. Hazen, Abstracts of the 93rd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1993, p.313.

The Detection of Temporal Changes in the Physiological Characteristics of the Activated Sludge in an Industrial Wastewater Treatment System, S.V. Barbee, and F.K. Pfaender, Abstracts of the 93rd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1993, p.426.

Microbial Community Analysis in Heavy Metal Contaminated Soils, T.M. Roane, and S.T. Kellog, Abstracts of the 93rd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1993, p.388.

Phenotypic Fingerprinting of Biologically-Based Wastewater Treatment Systems, L. Victorio, D.G. Allen, and S.N. Liss, Abstracts of the 93rd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1993, p.425.

Comparison of Heterotrophic Microbial Communities Related to Deep Subsurface Sample Acquisition, R.M. Lehman and F.S. Colwell, Abstracts of the 93rd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1993, p. 418.

Technique Identifies Bacteria that Degrade Wastes, J. Krieger, Chemical & Engineering News, 1992, p. 36.

Polyphasic Taxonomic Characterization of Diverse 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid (2,4-D) Degrading Populations of Soils, N.L. Tonso, V.G.M. Calabrese and W.E. Holben, Abstracts of the 92nd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1992, p.341.

Microbial Community Nutritional Analysis in a Basalt Aquifer, M. Zheng and S.T. Kellogg, Abstracts of the 92nd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1992, p.247.

New Method for Rapidly Determining Microbial Utilization of Volatile Contaminants, J.M. Strong-Gunderson, A.V. Palumbo, and S.O. Scarborough, Abstracts of the 92nd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1992, p.371.

Screening of Microbes from Deep-Subsurface Environments for the Ability to Degrade Nonvolatile Organic Contaminants, B.D. Lee, R.M. Lehman, and F.S. Colwell, Abstracts of the 92nd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1992, p.384.

Development and Use of Field Application Vectors to Express Nonadaptive Foreign Genes in Competitive Environments, C.A. Lajoie, S.Y. Chen, K.C. Oh, and P.F. Strom, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1992, v.58, p. 655-663.

Involvement of a Chlorobenzoate-Catabolic Transposon, Tn5271, in Community Adaptation to Chlorobiphenyl, Chloroaniline, and 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid in a Freshwater Ecosystem, R.R. Fulthorpe and R.C. Wyndham, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1992, v.58, p. 314-325.

Microbial Population Diversity, J. Bell and D. Demezas, Insights (publication of The Center for Microbial Ecology at Michigan State University), 1991, v.1, p. 6-11.

Use of Cellular Fatty Acids and Carbon Source Utilization Profiles for Examining the Similarities of Bacteria From Natural Habitats, M. Klug and H. Garchow, Microbial Ecology Forum, Poster Session, Michigan State University, May, 1991.

Physiological Diversity and Distributions of Heterotrophic Bacteria in Deep Cretaceous Sediments of the Atlantic Coastal Plain, J.K. Fredrickson, D.L. Balkwill, J.M. Zachara, S.W. Li, F.J. Brockman, and M.A. Simmons, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1991, v.57, p. 402-411.

Transfer and Expression of the Catabolic Plasmid pBRC60 in Wild Bacterial Recipients in a Freshwater Ecosystem, R.R. Fulthrope and R.C. Wyndham, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1991, v.57, p. 1546-1553.

Food Microbiology

Genomic Comparison of Escherichia coli O104:H4 Isolates from 2009 and 2011 Reveals Plasmid, and Prophage Heterogeneity, Including Shiga Toxin Encoding Phage stx2, Ahmed SA, Awosika J, Baldwin C, Bishop-Lilly KA, Biswas B, et al. (2012) Genomic Comparison of Escherichia coli O104:H4 Isolates from 2009 and 2011 Reveals Plasmid, and Prophage Heterogeneity, Including Shiga Toxin Encoding Phage stx2. PLoS ONE

Chryseobacterium carnipullorum sp. nov., isolated from raw chicken, George Charimba, Celia Hugo1, Piet Jooste and Jacobus Albertyn, 2013, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology

A Chromogenic Plating Medium for the Isolation and Identification of Enterobacter sakazakii from Foods, Food Ingredients, and Environmental Sources, L. Restaino, E.W. Frampton, W.C. Lionberg, and R.J. Becker, Journal of Food Protection, 2006, v.69, pp. 315-322.

DNA Based Classification of Food Associated Enterobacteriaceae Previously Identified by Biolog GN Microplates, C. Olsson, S. Ahrne, B. Pettersson, and G. Molin, Systematic and Applied Microbiology, 2004, v.27, pp. 219-228

Identification of Leuconostoc Strains Isolated from Kimchi Using Carbon-Source Utilization Patterns,J.S. Lee, C.O. Chun, M. Hector, S.B. Kim, B.K. Park, Y.J. Joo, H.J. Lee, C.S. Park, J.S. Ahn, Y.H. Park, and T.I. Mheen, The Journal of Microbiology, 1997, v.35, pp. 10-14.

Classification of Isolates Originating from Kimchi Using Carbon-Source Utilization Patterns,J.S. Lee, C.O. Chun, M.C. Jung, W.S. Kim, H.J. Kim, M. Hector, S.B. Kim, C.S. Park, J.S. Ahn, Y.H. Park, and T.I. Mheen, Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, 1997, v.7, pp. 68-74.

Composition and Physiological Profiling of Sprout-Associated Microbial Communities, A. Matos, J.L. Garland, and W.F. Fett, Journal of Food Protection, 2002, v.65, pp. 1903-1908.

Resistance of Bacterial Isolates from Poultry Products to Therapeutic Veterinary Antibiotics, D.H. Boothe, and J.W. Arnold, Journal of Food Protection, 3002, v.66, No. 1, pp. 94-102.

Nutrient Substrates Used by Bacterial Isolates from the Poultry Processing Environment, D.H. Boothe, and J.W. Arnold, 2002 Poultry Science, v.81, pp. 1392-1405.

Application of the MicroLog System, Reprint from: The European Food & Drink Review, Summer 2001.

Detection of Verocytotoxin-Producing Escherichia coli O157 by Polymerase Chain Reaction Assay After Immunomagnetic Separation-Plating, S. Ueda and Y. Kuwabara, Biocontrol Science, 2001, v.6, pp. 43-47.

Energy Sources of Non-starter Lactic Acid Bacteria Isolated from Cheddar Cheese, A.G. Williams, S.E. Withers, and J.M. Banks, International Dairy Journal, 2000, v.10, pp. 17-23

Amino Acid Fermentation in Non-starter Lactobacillus spp. Isolated from Cheddar Cheese, J.D. Tammam, A.G. Williams, J. Noble, and D. Lloyd, The Society for Applied Microbiology, 2000, v.30, pp. 370-374

A Numerical Taxonomic Study of the Pseudomonas Flora Isolated from Poultry Meat, I. Arnaut-Rollier, L. Vauterin, P. De Vos, D.L. Massart, A. Devriese, L. De Zutter, and J. Van Hoof, Journal of Applied Microbiology, 1999, v.87, pp. 15-28.

Evaluation of Accuracy and Repeatability of Identification of Food-Borne Pathogens by Automated Bacterial Identification Systems, Joseph A. Odumeru, Marina Steele, Lynne Fruhner, Carolyn Larkin, Jiangdong Jiang, Elroy Mann, and W. Bruce McNab, Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 1999, v.37, pp. 944-949.

Energy Sources of Non-Starter Lactic Acid Bacteria, JA.G. Williams and S.E. Withers, Poster.

Comparison of Commercially Available Kits with Standard Methods for Detection of Salmonella Strains in Foods, Katsuyuki Hanai, Mikio Satake, Hisao Nakanishi and Kasthuri Venkateswaran, Applied Environment Microbiology, February, 1997, v.63, pp. 775-778.

Rapid Methods For Identification Of Lactic Acid Bacteria, S.M. Freund, M.L. Tamplin, H.L. Trenk, and C.I. Wei, Abstracts of the 84th Annual Meeting IAMFES, Florida, July, 1997.

Spoilage Bacteria of Fresh Broiler Chicken Carcasses, S.M. Russel, D.L. Fletcher, and N.A. Cox, Poultry Science, 1996, v.75, p. 2041-2047.

Metabolic Fingerprint Patterns & Listeria monocytogenes, N. Marquet Van Der Mee, V. Siquier, and A. Audurier, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1996, p. 438.

Development of a 24hr Assay (E. coli SELeCT) for the Isolation, Quantification and Confirmation of E. coli O157:H7 in Poultry and Red Meat, D. T. Ingram, C. G. Rigakos, D. Rollins, E.T. Mallinson, L. Carr, and S. W. Joseph, Poster presented at the 96th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1996.

Bacterial Survey of Domestic Kitchen Cellullose Sponges and Cotton Dishcloths, C. E. Enriquez, R. Enriquez-Gordillo, D. I. Kennedy, and C. P. Gerba, Journal of Food and Environmental Sanitation, 1996, v.17, p. 20-24.

Isolation, Enumeration, and Identification of Gram-Positive Cocci from Frozen Crabmeat, R.D. Ellender, L. Huang, S.L. Sharp, and R.P. Tettleton, Journal of Food Protection, 1994, v.58, p.853-857.

Isolation of Aeromonads From Aquatic Foods in Taiwan, D.Y.C. Shih, C.L. Lai, H.C. Wong, and J.Y. Wang, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 392.

Assessment of Some Commercially Available Automated and Manual Systems for Identification of Food-borne Yeasts, A.D. Hocking, G.H. Fleet, W. Praphailong, and L. Baird, Third International Workshop on Standardization of Methods for the Mycological Examination of Foods, 1994, p. 16.

Enumeration of Obesumbacterium proteus in Brewery Yeasts and Characterization of Isolated Strains Using Biolog GN MicroPlates and Protein Fingerprinting, J.L. Fernandez, W.J. Simpson and T.M. Dowhanick, Letters in Applied Microbiology, 1993, v.17. p. 292-296.

Comparison of Nucleic Acid Hybridization Assays and Biochemical Characterization Tests for the Confirmation of Listeria monocytogenes, J.L. Johnson and C.P. Lattuada, Journal of Food Protection, 1993, v.56, p. 834-840.

Current Research on Listeria monocytogenes in Foods: an Overview, J.M. Farber, Journal of Food Protection, 1993, v.56, p. 640-643.

Novel Method for Characterization of Listeria spp. Using the Biolog GP MicroPlate, J.L. Johnson, C.P. Lattuada, B. Bochner, Abstract of Presentation at the International Listeria Congress, Copenhagen, Denmark, April, 1992.

Microbial ID, Taxonomy, and Miscellaneous

Phylogenetic signal in phenotypic traits related to carbon source assimilation and chemical sensitivity in Acinetobacter species, A. Assche, S. Álvarez-Pérez, A. Breij, J. Brabanter, K. Willems, L. Dijkshoorn, B. Lievens, Applied Microbiol Biotechnology, October 2016

Antimicrobial Resistance in Enterococcus spp. Isolated from Environmental Samples in an Area of Intensive Poultry Production, Vesna Furtula, Charlene R. Jackson, Erin Gwenn Farrell, John B. Barrett, Lari M. Hiott and Patricia A. Chambers, International Journal of Environmental Research Public Health, 2013

Efficacy of native antagonistic bacterial isolates in biological control of crown gall disease in Egypt, I.H. Tolba, M.A. Soliman, Annals of Agricultural Sciences, March 2013

Description of Xenorhabdus khoisanae sp. nov., the symbiont of the entomopathogenic nematode Steinernema khoisanae, Tiarin Ferreira, Carol A. van Reenen, Akihito Endo, Cathrin Spröer, Antoinette P. Malan and Leon M. T. Dicks, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microiology, March 2013

Biolog: Modern Phenotypic Microbial Identification, B.R. Bochner, Encyclopedia of Rapid Microbiological Methods, 2006, v.2, Ch. 3, pp. 55-73.

Acaricomes phytoseiuli gen. nov., sp. nov., Isolated from the Predatory Mite Phytoseiulus persimilis, R. Pukall, P. Schumann, C. Schütte, R. Gols, and M. Dicke, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2006, v.56, pp. 465-469.

Chryseobacterium soldanellicola sp. nov. and Chryseobacterium taeanense sp. nov., Isolated from Roots of Sand-Dune Plants, M.S. Park, S.R. Jung, K.H. Lee, M-S. Lee, J.O. Do, S.B. Kim, and K.S. Bae, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2006, v.56, pp. 433-438.

Patulibacter minatonensis gen. nov., sp. nov., a Novel Actinobacterium Isolated Using an Agar Medium Supplemented with Superoxide Dismutase, and Proposal of Patulibacteraceae fam. nov., Y. Takahashi, A. Matsumoto, K. Morisaki, and S. Omura, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2006, v.56, pp. 401-406.

Thalassomonas loyana sp. nov., a Causative Agent of the White Plague-Like Disease of Corals on the Eilat Coral Reef, F.L. Thompson, Y. Barash, T. Sawabe, G. Sharon, J. Swings, and E. Rosenberg, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2006, v.56, pp. 365-368.

Bacillus macauensis sp. nov., a Long-Chain Bacterium Isolated from a Drinking Water Supply, T. Zhang, X. Fan, S. Hanada, Y. Kamagata, and H.P. Fang, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2006, v.56, pp. 349-353.

Pseudovibrio ascidiaceicola sp. nov., Isolated from Ascidians (Sea Squirts), Y. Fukunaga, M. Kurahashi, K. Tanaka, K. Yanagi, A. Yokota, and S. Harayama, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2006, v.56, pp. 343-347.

Methylobacterium adhaesivum sp. nov., a Methylotrophic Bacterium Isolated from Drinking Water, V. Gallego, M.T. Garcia, and A. Ventosa, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2006, v.56, pp. 339-342.

Krokinobacter gen. nov., with Three Novel Species, in the Family Flavobacteriacea, S.T. Khan, Y. Nakagawa, and S. Harayama, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2006, v.56, pp. 323-328.

Myceligenerans crystallogenes sp. nov., Isolated from Roman Catacombs, I. Groth, P. Schumann, B. Schutze, J.M. Gonzalez, L. Laiz, M-L. Suihko, and E. Stackebrandt, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2006, v.56, pp. 283-287.

Shewanella halifaxensis sp. nov., a Novel Obligately Respiratory and Denitrifying Psychrophile, J-S. Zhao, D. Manno, C. Leggiadro, D. O’Neil, and J. Hawari, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2006, v.56, pp. 205-212.

Stenothermobacter spongiae gen. nov., sp. nov., a Novel Member of the Family Flavobacteriaceae Isolated from a Marine Sponge in the Bahamas, and Emended Description of Nonlabens tegetincola, S.C.K. Lau, M.M.Y. Tsoi, X. Li, I. Plakhotnikova, S. Dobretsov, M. Wu, P-K. Wong, J.R. Pawlik, and P-Y. Qian, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2006, v.56, pp. 181-185.

Culturable Phylogenetic Diversity of the Phylum ‘Bacteroidetes’ from River Epilithon and Coastal Water and Description of Novel Members of the Family Flavobacteriaceae: Epilithonimonas tenax gen. nov., sp. and Persicivirga xylanidelens gen. nov., sp. nov., L.A. O’Sullivan, J. Rinna, G. Humphreys, A.J. Weightman, and J.C. Fry, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2006, v.56, pp. 169-180.

Jannaschia seosinensis sp. nov., Isolated from Hypersaline Water of a Solar Saltern in Korea, D.H. Choi, H. Yi, J. Chun, and B.C. Cho, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2006, v.56, pp. 45-49.

Phylogenetic and Functional Diversity of Bacterioplankton during Alexandrium spp. Blooms, M.M. Sala, V. Balague, C. Pedras-Alio, R. Massana, J. Felipe, L. Arin, H. Illoul, and M. Estrada, FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 2005, v.54, pp. 257-67.

Molecular Characterisation of Xanthomonas Strains Isolated from Aroids in Mauritius, M.H.R. Khoodoo, F. Sahin, M.F. Donmez, and Y. Jaufeerally Fakim, Systematic and Applied Microbiology, 2005, v.28, pp. 366-380.

Pontibacter actiniarum gen. nov., sp. nov., a Novel Member of the Phylum ‘Bacteroidetes’, and Proposal of Reichenbachiella gen. nov. as a Replacement for the Illegitimate Prokaryotic Generic name Reichenbachia Nedashkovskaya et al. 2003, O.I. Nedashkovskaya, S.B. Kim, M. Suzuki, L.S. Shevchenko, M.S. Lee, K.H. Lee, M.S. Park, G.M. Frolova, H.W. Oh, K.S. Bae, H-Y. Park, and V.V. Mikhailov, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2005, v.55, pp. 2583-2588.

Gramella portivictoriae sp. nov., a Novel Member of the Family Flavobacteriaceae Isolated from Marine Sediment, S.C.K. Lau, M.M.Y. Tsoi, X. Li, I. Plakhotnikova, S. Dobretsov, P-K. Wong, and P-Y. Qian, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2005, v.55, pp. 2497-2500.

Deinococcus deserti sp. nov., a Gamma-Radiation-Tolerant Bacterium Isolated from the Sahara Desert, A. de Groot, V. Chapon, P. Servant, R. Christen, M. Fischer-Le Saux, S. Sommer, and T. Heulin, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2005, v.55, pp. 2441-2446.

Cyclobacterium amurskyense sp. nov., a Novel Marine Bacterium Isolated from Sea Water, O.I. Nedashkovskaya, S.B. Kim, M.S. Lee, M.S. Park, K.H. Lee, A.M. Lysenko, H.W. Oh, V.V. Mikhailov, and K.S. Bae, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2005, v.55, pp. 2391-2394.

Thalassobius mediterraneus gen. nov., sp. nov., and Reclassification of Rugeria gelatinovorans as Thalassobius gelatinovorus comb. nov., D.R. Arahal, M.C. Macian, E. Garay, and M.J. Pujalte, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2005, v.55, pp. 2371-2376.

Methylobacterium isbiliense sp. nov., Isolated from the Drinking Water System of Sevilla, Spain, V. Gallego, M.T. Garcia, and A. Ventosa, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2005, v.55, pp. 2333-2337.

Characterization of Alkaliphilic Bacillus Strains Used in Industry: Proposal of Five Novel Species, Y. Nogi, H. Takami, and K. Horikoshi, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2005, v.55, pp. 2309-2315.

Paucibacter toxinivorans gen. nov., sp. nov., a Bacterium that Degrades Cyclic Cyanobacterial Hepatotoxins Microcystins and Nodularin, J. Rapala, K.A. Berg, C. Lyra, R. Maarit Niemi, W. Manz, S. Suomalainen, L. Paulin, and K. Lahti, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2005, v.55, pp. 1563-1568.

Nereida ignava gen. nov., sp. nov., a Novel Aerobic Marine c-Proteobacterium that is Closely Related to Uncultured Prionitis (Alga) Gall Symbionts, M.J. Pujalte, M.C. Macian, D.R. Arahal, W. Ludwig, K.H. Schleifer, and E. Garay, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2005, v.55, pp. 631-636.

Assessment of Self-Organizing Maps to Analyze Sole-Carbon Source Utilization Profiles, J. Leflaive, R. Cereghino, M. Danger, G. Lacroix, L. Ten-Hage, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 2005, v.62, pp. 89-102.

Proline-Based Modulation of 2,4-Diacetylphloroglucinol and Viable Cell Yields in Cultures of Pseudomonas fluorescens Wild-Type and Over-Producing Strains, P.J. Slininger and M.A. Shea-Andersh, Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 2005, v.68, pp. 630-638.

Porphyromonas uenonis sp. nov., a Pathogen for Humans Distinct from P. asaccharolytica and P. endodontalis, S.M. Finegold, M-L. Vaisanen, M. Rautio, E. Eerola, P. Summanen, D. Molitoris, Y. Song, C. Liu, and H. Jousimies-Somer, Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 2004, v.42, pp. 5298-5301.

One-to-One Comparison: A New Approach to Analyzing Metabolic Diversity Data, C. San Miguel, M. Dulinski, and R.L. Tate, III, Abstract from the 104th General Meeting of the American Society of Microbiology, May 2004.

Mycobacterium-Rhizosphere Interactions and Effects on PAH Degradation, R.D. Child, C. Miller, and A.J. Anderson, Abstract from the ASM 105th General Meeting June 5th-June 9th 2005.

Anoxyphototroph Purple Non-Sulfur Bacteria Isolated from Water Reservoirs of Puerto Rico, K.Y. Flores-Burgos, A.J. Toro-Ramos, I.M. Almodovar-Rodgriguez, N. Figueroa-Matias, C. Rios-Velazquez, Abstract from the ASM 105th General Meeting June 5th-June 9th 2005.

Isolation and Partial Characterization of a Purple Pigment Producing Bacterium from the Tennessee Copper Basin, A.M.l. Gaston, A. Ejiofor, T. Johnson, Abstract from the ASM 105th General Meeting June 5th-June 9th 2005.

Microbial Testing in Support of Aseptic Processing, A.M. Cundell, Pharmaceutical Technology , 2004, pp. 56-66 .

Aquaspirillum dispar Hylemon et al. 1973 and Microvirgula aerodenitrificans Patureau et. al. 1998 are Subjective Synonyms, I. Cleenwerck, M. De Wachter, B. Hoste, D. Janssens and J. Swings, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2003, v.53, pp. 1457-1459.

Kineococcus radiotolerans sp. nov., a Radiation-Resistant, Gram-Positive Bacterium, R.W. Phillips, J. Wiegel, C.J. Berry, C. Fliermans, A.D. Peacock, D.C. White, and L.J. Shimkets, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2002, v.52, pp. 933-938.

Strain Diversity within a Microbial Collection, D. DiTullio, N. Rocheleau, M.K. Talbot, W. Millett, J. McAlpine, and P. Robakiewicz, The Journal of Antibiotics, 2002, v.55, pp. 899-903.

Chlorxanthomycin, a Fluorescent, Chlorinated, Pentacyclic Pyrene from a Bacillus sp., A. Magyarosy, J.Z. Ho, H. Rapoport, S. Dawson, J. Hancock, and J.D. Keasling, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2002, v.68, pp. 4095-4101.

A Comparative Evaluation of Five Typing Techniques for Determining the Diversity of Fluorescent Pseudomonads, S.L. Dawson, J.C. Fry, and B.N. Dancer, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 2002, v.50, pp. 9-22.

Taxonomic Characterization of Ochrobactrum sp. Isolates from Soil Samples and Wheat Roots, and Description of Ochrobactrum tritici sp. nov. and Ochrobactrum gringonense sp. nov., M. Lebuhn, W. Achouak, M. Schloter, O. Berge, H. Meier, M. Barakat, A. Hartmann, and T. Heulin, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2000, v.50, pp. 2207-2223.

Arthrobacter siderocapsulatus Dubinina and Zhdanov 1975AL is a Later Subjective Synonym of Pseudomonas putida (Trevisan 1889) Migula 1895AL, J. Chun, M. Rhee, J. Han, and K. S. Sook Bae, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2001, v.51, pp. 169-1

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Comparison of API 20NE and Biolog GN Identification Systems Assessed by Techniques of Multivariate Analyses, Jaak Truu, Ene Talpsep, Eeva Heinaru, Ulrich Stottmeister, Helmuth Wand, and Ain Heinaru, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 1999, v.36, pp. 193-201.

Pig and Goat Blood As Substitutes for Sheep Blood in Blood-Supplemented Agar Media, C. Anand, R. Gordon, H. Shaw, K. Fonseca, and M. Olsen, Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 2000, v.38, pp. 591-594.

The Global Regulatory Protein FruR Modulates the Direction of Carbon Flow in Escherichia Coli, Tom M. Ramseier, Stefan Bledig, Valerie Michotey, Rita Feghali, and Milton H. Saier Jr., Molecular Microbiology, 1995

Burkholderia Caribensis sp. Nov., an exopolysaccharide-producing bacterium isolated from vertisol microaggregates in Martinique, Wafa Achouak, Richard Christen, Mohamed Barakat, Marie-Helene Martel, and Thierry Heulin, International Journal of Systematic Bacteriology, 1999

Inhibition of Capsule Production in Bacteria by Thioglycolate, A. Franco-Buff, P. Domenico, and B. R. Bochner, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, Q-67

Ability of Biolog and Biotype-100 Systems to Reveal Taxonomic Diversity of the Pseudomonads, P.A.D. Grimont, M. Vancanney, M. Lefevre, K. Vandemeulebroecke, L. Vauterin, R. Brosch, K. Kersters, and F. Grimont, Systematic Applied Microbiology, v.19, pp. 510-527.

Polyphasic Taxonomy, a Consensus Approach to Bacterial Systematics, P. VanDamme, B. Pot, M. Gillis, P. DeVos, K. Kersters, and J. Swings, Microbiological Reviews, 1996, v.60. p. 407-438.

Identification of Gram Negative Aerobic / Microaerophilic Rods with Four Automated and Semi-Automated Systems, M.E. Wilson, and N.E. Jackson, Abstracts and Poster of the 96th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1996, p. 394.

The Biolog MicroStation System and General Procedures for Identifying Environmental Bacteria and Yeast, B.R. Bochner, Automated Microbial Identification and Quantitation: Technologies for the 2000s, Wayne P. Olson, ed., Interpharm Press, 1996, p.13-51.

Metabolic Taxonomy of over 1100 Species of Bacteria and Yeast based on Biolog MicroPlates, B.R. Bochner, Abstracts of The Australian Society for Microbiology, Microbiology Australia, September, 1995, v.16, PO3.15.

Phenotypic Profiles for the Assessment and Identification of Microbial Diversity, B.R. Bochner, Abstracts of the Australian Society for Microbiology, Microbiology Australia, September, 1995, v.16, S21.4.

Distribution of Alginate Genes in Bacterial Isolates from Corroded Metal Surfaces, W.H. Wallace, J.F. Rice, D.C. White, and G.S. Sayler, Microbial Ecology, 1994, v.27, p. 213-223.

Phenotypic Characterisation of Acinetobacter Strains of 13 DNA-DNA Hybridisation Groups by Means of the Biolog System, A.T. Bernards, L. Dijkshoorn, J. Van der Toorn, B.R. Bochner, and C.P.A. Van Boven, Journal of Medical Microbiology, 1995, v.42, p. 113-119.

Intraspecific Metabolic Diversity Among Strains of Burkholderia cepacia Isolated from Decayed Onions, Soils and the Clinical Environment, D.S. Yohalem, and J.W. Lorbeer, A. Van Leeuwenhoek Journal, 1994, v.65, p. 111-131.

Use of the Biolog-System for Rapid Characterization and Classification of Coryneform Isolates, K. Martin, I. Groth, J. Meyer, and P. Schumann, Abstracts of the 1993 FEMS Conference on Microbial Taxonomy, Granada, Spain, 1993.

Denitrification under various aeration conditions in Comamonas sp., strain SGLY2, D. Patureau, J. Davison, N. Bernet, and R. Moletta, FEMS Microbiology Ecology 1994, v.14, p. 71-78.

Gellan-related Polysaccharides and the Genus Sphingomonas, T. Pollack, Journal of General Microbiology, 1993, v.139, p. 1939-1945.

Classification of Acinetobacter Strains by the Biolog System, A.T. Bernards, J. van der Toorn, B.R. Bochner, L. Dijkshoorn, Abstract Presentation of FEMS Meeting, Granada, Spain, September, 1993, p.64.

Microbes: Improved Methods for Recovering Bacteria from HPW Water, J.L. Clancy and L. Cimini, Ultrapure Water, 1991, p. 25-38.

R & D 100 Awards: Biotechnology, R & D Magazine, October, 1991, p.44.

Identification of Environmental Bacteria, B.R. Bochner, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing International, 1993, p.223-225.

Comparison of the MIDI and BIOLOG Systems for Identification of Indoor Airborne Bacteria, L.E. Pifer, T.M. Bowen, J.R. Meldrum, and L.D. Stetzenbach, Abstracts of the 93rd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1993, p.412.

Characterization of Facultative Thermophilic Bacteria Isolated From the Air at Six Fiberglass Manufacturing Plants, D. Dewitt, and P. Stukus, Abstracts of the 93rd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1993, p.411.

Identification of Glutaraldehyde-Resistant, Rapidly Growing Mycobacteria Based on Sole-Carbon-Source Utilization, C. Roberts, S. Guida, and H. Chan-Myers, Abstracts of the 92nd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1992, p.173.

The Matrix Approach: Microbial Retention Testing of Sterilizing-Grade Filters with Final Parenteral Products, Part II, R.V. Levy, K.S. Souza, D.L. Hyde, S.M. Gambale, and C.B. Neville, Pharmaceutical Technology, 1991, v.15, p. 58-68.

Pleiotropic Changes Resulting From Depletion of Era, an Essential GTP-binding Protein in Escherichia coli, C.G. Lerner and M. Inouye, Molecular Microbiology, 1991, v.5, p. 951-957.

Efficient Ethanol Production from Glucose, Lactose, and Xylose by Recombinant Escherichia coli, F. Alterthum and L.O. Ingram, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1989, v.55, p. 1943-1948.

“Breathprints” at the Microbial Level, B.R. Bochner, ASM News, 1989, v.55, p. 536-539.

Sleuthing Out Bacterial Identities, B.R. Bochner, Nature, 1989, v.339, p. 157-158.

New Methods Aid Microbial Identification, A. Klausner, Bio/Technology, 1988, v.6, p. 756.

New Approaches to Monitoring Cells, J.L. Fox, Bio/Technology, 1987, v.5,p. 872.

Computer Programs/Statistical Analysis

Presenting Science in Three Dimensions: a Review of Origin-3-D for Windows Version 2.88, J.C. Fry, Binary, 1994, v.6, p. 3-5.

Software Review: Toward an Ideal Scientific Graphic System for IBM at Compatible Computers, J.C. Fry, Binary, 1993, v.5, p. 75-78.

Marine and Hypersaline Microbiology

Colwellia psychrerythraea Strains from Distant Deep Sea Basins Show Adaptation to Local Conditions, S. Techtmann, K. Fitzgerald, S. Stelling, D. Joyner, S. Uttukar, A. Harris, N. Alshibli, S. Brown and T. Hazen, Frontiers in Environmental Science, May 2017

Carbon source utilization by the marine Dendryphiella species D. arenaria and D. salina, T. Edison, E. dela Cruz, B. Schulz, C. Kubicek & I. Druzhinina, FEMS July 2006

Nereida ignava gen. nov., sp. nov., a Novel Aerobic Marine c-Proteobacterium that is Closely Related to Uncultured Prionitis (Alga) Gall Symbionts, M.J. Pujalte, M.C. Macian, D.R. Arahal, W. Ludwig, K.H. Schleifer, and E. Garay, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2005, v.55, pp. 631-636.

Vibrio splendidus Biotype 1 as a Cause of Mortalities in Hatchery-Reared Larval Turbot, Scophthalmus maximus (L.), R. Thomson, H.L. Macpherson, A. Riaza, and T.H. Birbeck, Journal of Applied Microbiology, 2005, v.99, pp. 243-250.

Bacterial Motility of Freshwater Isolates from the Kraus Wilderness Preserve, A.R. Robinson, L.S. Corthell, and L. Tuhela, Abstract from the ASM 105th General Meeting June 5th- June 9th 2005.

Phenotypic Diversity Amongst Vibrio Isolates from Marine Aquaculture Systems, J. Vandenberghe, F.L. Thompson, B. Gomez-Gil and J. Swings, Aquaculture, 2003, v.219, pp. 9-20.

Vibrio kanaloae sp. nov., Vibrio pomeroyi sp. nov. and Vibrio chagasii sp. nov., from Sea Water and Marine Animals, F.L. Thompson, C.C. Thompson, Y. Li, B. Gomez-Gil, J. Vandenberghe, B. Hoste, and J. Swings, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2003, v.53, pp. 753-759.

New Methods for the Analysis of Binarized Biolog GN Data of Vibrio Species: Minimization of Stochastic Complexity and Cumulative Classification, M. Gyllenberg, T. Koski, P. Dawyndt, T. Lund, F. Thompson, B. Austin, and J. Swings, Systematic and Applied Microbiology , 2002, v.25, pp. 403-415.

Vibrios Associated with Penaeus chinensis (Crustacea: Decapoda) Larvae in Chinese Shrimp Hatcheries, J. Vandenberghe, Y. Li, L. Verdonck, J. Li, P. Sorgeloos, H.S. Xu, and J. Swings, Aquaculture, 1998, v.169, pp. 121-132.

Vibrio neptunius sp. nov., Vibrio brasiliensis sp. nov. and Vibrio xuii sp. nov., Isolated from the Marine Aquaculture Environment (Bivalves, Fish, Rotifers and Shrimps), F.L. Thompson, Y. Li, B. Gomez-Gil, C.C. Thompson, B. Hoste, K. Vandemeulebroecke, G.S. Rupp, A. Pereira, M.M. De Bem, P. Sorgeloos, and J. Swings, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2003, v.53, pp. 245-252.

Microbial Diversity and Complexity in Hypersaline Environments: A Preliminary Assessment, C.D. Litchfield and P.M. Gillevet, Journal of Industrial Microbiology & Biotechnology, 2002, v.28, pp. 48-55.

Vibrio trachuri Iwamoto et al. 1995 is a Junior Synonym of Vibrio harveyi (Johnson and Shunk 1936) Baumann et al. 1981, F.L. Thompson, B. Hoste, K. Vandemeulebroecke, K. Engelbeen, R. Denys, and J. Swings, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2002, v.52, pp. 973-976.

A Detailed Phenotypic Characterisation of the Type Strains of Halomonas Species, J.A. Mata, J. Martinez-Canovas, E. Quesada, and V. Bejar, Systematic and Applied Microbiology, 2002, v.25, pp. 360-375.

Viable Cytophaga-Like Bacterium in the 0.2 �m-Filtrate Seawater, H.E. Elsaied, J. Sato, and T. Naganuma, Systematic and Applied Microbiology, 2001, v.24, pp. 618-622.

Comparative Metabolic Diversity in Two Solar Salterns, C.D. Litchfield, A. Irby, T.Kis-Papo, and A. Oren, Hydrobiologia, 2001, v.466, pp. 73-80.

Relative Abundance and Species Composition of Gram-Negative, Aerobic Bacteria Associated with the Gut of Juvenile White Shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei Reared in Oligotrophic Well Water and Eutrophic Pond Water, S.M. Moss, B.R. LeaMaster, and J.N. Sweeney, Journal of the World Aquaculture Society, 2000, v.31, pp. 255-263.

Luminous Bacteria Cultured from Fish Guts in the Gulf of Oman, John C. Makemson and Gregorio V. Hermosa, Jr., Luminescence 1999; 14:161-168

Luminous Bacteria in Market Fish Guts from the Gulf of Oman, J.C. Makemson and G.V. Hermosa, New Frontiers � Program and Abstracts � Eighth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME-98), Halifax, Canada 9-14 Aug. 1998

Niche Differentiation of Shewanella Putrefaciens Populations from the Baltic as Revealed by Molecular and Metabolic Fingerprinting, F. Ziemke, I. Brettar, and M.G. Hofle, New Frontiers � Program and Abstracts � Eighth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME-98), Halifax, Canada 9-14 Aug. 1998

The Effect of Suspending Solution Supplemented with Marine Cations on the Oxidation of Biolog GN MicroPlateTM Substratres by Vibrionaceae Bacteria, L. Noble and J. Gow, Canadian Journal of Microbiology, 1998, v.44, pp. 251-258.

Physiological Comparison of Bacterial Communities from Various Species of Scleractinian Corals, K.B. Ritchie and G.W. Smith, Abstract form the Proceedings of the 8th International Coral Reef Symposium, 1997, v.1.

Caribbean Sea-fan Mortalities, G.W. Smith and L.D. Ives, Nature, 1996, v.383, p. 487.

A Phenotypic Identification Scheme for Marine Luminous Bacteria Using Commercial Test Panels and a Non-Specialized Statistics Program, J. Makemson, Abstracts of the 96th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1996, p. 344.

Description of a New Polymer-Secreting Bacterium from A Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vent, Alteromonas macleodii subsp. fijiensis, and Preliminary Characterization of the Polymer, G. Raguenes, P. Pignet, G. Gauthier, A. Peres, R. Christen, H. Rougeaux, G. Barbier, and J. Guezennec, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1996,v.62:1, p.67-73.

Carbon-source Utilization Patterns of Coral-associated Marine Heterotrophs, K.B. Ritchie and G.W. Smith, Journal of Marine Biotechnology, 1995, v.3, pp. 105-107.

Preferential Carbon Utilization by Surface Bacterial Communities from Water Mass, Normal, and White-band diseased Acropora cervicornis, K.B. Ritchie, and G.W. Smith, Molecular Marine Biology and Biotechnology. 1995, v.4, pp. 345-352.

Bacterial Ecology of Selected Corals Following the 1994 South Central Bleaching Event, A. Jindal, K.B. Ritchie, R.L. Hayes, T.J. Goreau, and G.W. Smith, Proceedings of the 27th Meeting of the Association of Marine Labs, 1996.

Bacteriological Studies on White-Band Disease of Acropora cervicornis, G.W. Smith and K.B. Ritchie, Biology and Geology of Coral Reefs, September, 1995.

Grouping of Bacterial Heterotrophs from Sceractinian Corals Using Metabolic Potentials, K.B. Ritchie and G.W. Smith, Proceedings of the 26th Meeting of the Association of Marine Labs, 1995.

Bacteria Associated with Bleached and Nonbleached Areas of Montastrea annularis, K.B. Ritchie, J.H. Dennis, T. McGrath, and G.W. Smith, Proceedings of the 6th Symposium of the National History of the Bahamas, 1994, p. 75-80.

The Diversity of Marine Bacteria on the Surface of Macro Algae in the Danish Waters, J. E. Johansen and C. Sjoholm, International Symposium on the Exploration of Microbial Diversity, June, 1995.

A Strategy for Rapid Identification of Gram-Negative Marine-Derived Bacteria, Y. Sun, N. Wainwright, and T. Holt, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 479.

Computer-Assisted Identification of Marine Bacteria, K.T. Doan, and J. Sidie, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 353.

Biochemical Diversity in a San Francisco Bay Solar Salt Facility, C.D. Litchfield, and V. Chandhoke, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 339.

Transfer in Marine Sediments of the Naturally Occurring Plasmid pRAS1 Encoding Multiple Antibiotic Resistance, R. Sandaa, O. Enger, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1994, v.60, p. 4234-4238.

Numerical Taxonomy of Gram-Negative, Oxidase-Positive Rods from Carcharhinid Sharks, D.J. Grimes, D. Jacobs, D.G. Swartz, P.R. Brayton, and R.R. Colwell, International Journal of Systematic Bacteriology, 1993, v.43, p. 88-98.

Characterization of the Ureolytic Flora in the Spiral Valve of a Carcharhinid Shark, C.M. Preston and I.T. Knight, Abstracts of the 93rd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1993, p. 257.

Evaluation of the BIOLOG Substrate Metabolism System for Classification of Marine Bacteria, H.J. Ruger and H.J. Krambeck, Systematic and Applied Microbiology 1994, v.17, p. 281-288.

Bacteriological Flora of the Brine Shrimp (Artemia francisana) from a Hypersaline Pond in San Francisco Bay, California, D.V. Straub and B.A. Dixon, Aquaculture, 1993, v.118, p. 309-313.

Characterization of Agarolytic Microscilla Isolates and their Extracellular Agarases, T. Naganuma, D. Coury, M. Polne-Fuller, A. Giba, and K. Horikoshi, Systematic and Applied Microbiology, 1993, v.16, p. 183-190.

Extremely Halotolerant Halomonas sp. Isolated from a Tar Ball and its Cellular Fatty Acid Composition, T. Naganuma and K. Horikoshi, Journal of Marine Biotechnology, 1993, v.1, p. 151-157.

Identification and Taxonomy of Marine Bacteria Using the Biolog System, B.R. Bochner, Abstracts of the International Marine Biotechnology Conference, October, 1991, p.86.

Seasonal Changes in Seagrass Bacterial Rhizoplane Populations Using Carbon Source Utilization Patterns, G.W. Smith, J.R. Yates, and L.C. Ducate, Abstracts of the International Marine Biotechnology Conference, October, 1991, p.88.

Carbon Source Utilization by Seagrass Rhizoplane Bacteria, G.W. Smith and D.T. Gerace, Programa Resumentes Second Congress on Marine Sciences, 1990, p.182.

Yeast and Fungi

Overlap in substrate utilisation and spatial exclusion in some microfungi which act as early cellulose colonisers in a Mediterranean environment, F. Pinzari, O. Maggi, A. Ceci, M. Reverberi, A. M. Persiani, Pedobiologia, March 2017

A simple method for measuring fungal metabolic quotient and comparing carbon use efficiency of different isolates: Application to Mediterranean leaf litter fungi, F. Pinzari, O. Maggi, D. Lunghini, D. P. Di Lonardo, A. M. Persiani, Plant Biosystems, Feb. 2017

Phenotype MicroArrayTM system in the study of fungal functional diversity and catabolic versatility, F. Pinzari, A Ceci, N. Abu-Samra, L. Canfora, O. Maggi, A. M. Persiani, Research in Microbiology, Nov. 2016

Carbon source utilization by the marine Dendryphiella species D. arenaria and D. salina, T. Edison, E. dela Cruz, B. Schulz, C. Kubicek & I. Druzhinina, FEMS July 2006

Metabolic activities of five botryticides against Botrytis cinerea examined using the Biolog FF MicroPlate, H. Wang, J. Wang, L. Li, T. Hsiang, M. Wang, S. Shang & Z. Yu, Nature Scientific Reports, July 2015

Phenotype MicroArrays as a complementary tool to next generation sequencing for characterization of tree endophytes, K Blumenstein, D Macaya-Sanz, J Martin, B Albrectsen,and J Witzell1, METHODS, 2015

Biodegradation of nicosulfuron by a Talaromyces flavus LZM1, Jinlong Songa, Jingang Gub, Yi Zhai, Wei Wu, Haisheng Wang, Zhiyong Ruan, Yanhua Shi, Yanchun Yan, Bioresource Technology, March 2013

Global Carbon Utilization Profiles of Wild-Type, Mutant, and Transformant Strains of Hypocrea jecorina, I.S. Druzhinina, M. Schmoll, B. Seiboth, and C.P. Kubicek, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2006, v.72, pp. 2126-2133.

Yeast as a Drug Discovery Platform in Huntington’s and Parkinson’s Diseases, T. Fleming Outeiro and Flaviano Giorgini, Biotechnology Journal, 2006, v.1, pp. 1-12.

Effects of Artificial Defoliation of Pines on the Structure and Physiology of the Soil Fungal Community of a Mixed Pine-Spruce Forest, K. Cullings, C. Raleigh, M.H New, and J. Henson, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2005, v.71, pp. 1996-2000.

Differences in Native Soil Ecology Associated with Invasion of the Exotic Annual Chenopod, Halogeton glomeratus , C. Woods, Biology and Fertility of Soils, 2003 v.38, pp. 72-77.

Phenotype Analysis May Rival PCR in Lab’s Future, C. Woods, Indoor Environment Connections, 2004 v.5, pp. 1-3.

Genetic and Metabolic Diversity of Trichoderma: A Case Study on South-East Asian Isolates, C.P. Kubicek, J. Bissett, I. Druzhinina, C. Kullnig-Gradinger, and G. Szakacs, Fungal Genetics and Biology, 2003, v.38, pp. 310-319.

The Soil FungiLog Procedure: Method and Analytical Approaches toward Understanding Fungal Functional Diversity, E.A. Sobek and J.C. Zak, Mycologia, 2003, v.95, pp. 590-602.

New Species of Trichoderma from Asia, J. Bissett, G. Szakacs, C. Nolan, I. Druzhinina, C. Gradinger, and C.P. Kubicek, Canadian Journal of Botany, 2003, v.81 pp. 570-586.

Genetic and Metabolic Diversity of Trichoderma: A Case Study on South-East Asian Isolates, C.P. Kubicke, J. Bissett, I. Druzhinina, C. Kullnig-Gradinger, and G. Szakacs, Fungal Genet. Biol., 2003, v.38, pp. 310-319.

Improved Identification of Yeasts and Moulds, International Food Hygiene, 2001, v.12, pp. 12-13.

Utilization of Prebiotic Carbohydrates by Yeasts of Therapeutic Relevance, G. Mitterdorfer, W. Kneifel, and H. Viernstein, Letters in Applied Microbiology, 2001, v.33, pp. 251-255.

A Microtiter Plate Procedure for Evaluating Fungal Functional Diversity, J.K. Dobranic and J.C. Zak, Mycologia, 91 (5), 1999, pp. 756-765

Evaluation of the Biolog System for the Identification of Food and Beverage Yeasts, W. Praphailong, M. Van Gestel, G.H. Fleet and G.M. Heard, Applied Microbiology, 1997, v.24, pp. 455-459.

The Influence of Genotype and Environment on the Physiological and Metabolic Diversity of Fusarium compactum, N.J. Talbot, P. Vincent, and H.G. Wildman, Fungal Genetics and Biology, 1996, v.20, pp. 254-267.

Influence of Habitat on the Physiological and Metabolic Diversity of Fungi, H.G. Wildman, Canadian Journal of Botany, 1995, v.73, pp. S907-S916.

Characterization of Penicillium by the Use of BIOLOG, H. Kiil and M. Sasa, Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Penicillium and Aspergillus, Baarn, Netherlands, May, 1997.

Substrate Utilization Patterns as Identification Aids in Penicillium, K.A. Seifert, J. Bissett, S. Giuseppin and G. Louis-Seize, Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Penicillium and Aspergillus, Baarn, Netherlands, May, 1997.

Substrate Utilization and Induction of Sporulation in Atkinsonella hypoxylon, M.S. Bergen, P.V. Reddy, and J.F. White, Jr., Abstracts of the Mycological Society of America Annual Meeting, Montreal, August, 1997.

Modifications to the BiologTM Recommended Protocol for Fungal Identification, P.M. Jacoby-Garrett and L. Stetzenbach, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.461.

Use of BiologTM System for Fungal Identification, P.M. Jacoby-Garrett and L. Stetzenbach, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.461.

Evaluation of the Biolog System for the Identification of Medically Important Yeast, M. Romagnoli, J. Osterhout, and W.G. Merz, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 107.

AAFC Joins the Green Mould Project, J. Bissett, Mushroom World, Sept.,1995, v.3, p. 9-13.

Anaerobic Microbiology

Global Physiological Analysis of Carbon- and Energy-Limited Growing Escherichia coli Confirms a High Degree of Catabolic Flexibility and Preparedness for Mixed Substrate Utilization, J. Ihssen and T. Egli, Environmental Microbiology, 2005, v.7, pp. 1568-1581.

Porphyromonas uenonis sp. nov., a Pathogen for Humans Distinct from P. asaccharolytica and P. endodontalis, S.M. Finegold, M-L. Vaisanen, M. Rautio, E. Eerola, P. Summanen, D. Molitoris, Y. Song, C. Liu, and H. Jousimies-Somer, Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 2004, v.42, pp. 5298-5301.

H2 Production and Carbon Utilization by Thermotoga neapolitana Under Anaerobic and Microaerobic Growth Conditions, S.A. Van Ooteghem, A. Jones, D. van der Lelie, B. Dong, and D. Mahajan, Biotechnology Letters, 2004, v.26, pp. 1223-1232.

Screening of Biofidobacterium Strains Isolated from Human Faeces for Antagonistic Activities Against Potentially Bacterial Pathogens, L. Bevilacqua, M. Ovidi, E. Di Mattia, L.D. Trovatelli and F. Canganella, Microbiological Research, 2003, v.158, pp. 179-185.

Development of an Identification Panel for Anaerobic Bacteria Utilizing Carbon Oxidation, J. L. Argyle, P. Gadzinski, and B. R. Bochner, SIM News, 2000, v.50, pp. 113-118.

Energy Sources of Non-starter Lactic Acid Bacteria Isolated from Cheddar Cheese, A.G. Williams, S.E. Withers, and J.M. Banks, International Dairy Journal, 2000, v.10, pp. 17-23.

Amino Acid Fermentation in Non-starter Lactobacillus spp. Isolated from Cheddar Cheese, J.D. Tammam, A.G. Williams, J. Noble, and D. Lloyd, The Society for Applied Microbiology, 2000, v.30, pp. 370-37.

Metabolic Reactions of Bifidobacteria and Separation from Lactic Acid Bacteria using Biolog AN MicroPlates, J. L. Argyle, and B. R. Bochner, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, I-10.

Use of Biolog MicroPlates for Identification and Metabolic Studies of Anaerobic Bacteria, J.L. Argyle and B.R. Bochner, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p. 157.

Use of Biolog MicroPlates for Identification and Metabolic Studies of Anaerobic Bacteria, J.L. Argyle and B.R. Bochner, Abstract from the Congress on Anaerobic Bacteria and Anaerobic Infections, 1996, 44PP.

Rainbow® Agar

Detection and Isolation of the Top Seven Shiga Toxin-Producing Escherichia coli in Ground Beef: Comparison of RapidFinder Kits to the U.S. Department of Agriculture Microbiology Laboratory Guidebook Method, Fratamico PM, Bagi LK, Abdul-Wakeel A,

New Developments in Chromogenic and Fluorogenic Culture Media, M. Manafi, International Journal of Food Microbiology, 2000, v.60, pp. 205-218.

Comparative Evaluation of Different Chromogenic/Fluorogenic Media for Detecting Escherichia coli O157:H7 in Food, M. Manafi and B. Kremsmaier, International Journal of Food Microbiology, 2001, v.71, pp. 257-262.

Isolation and Characterization of Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli, R. Reissbrodt, Remedia, Klinicka mikrobiologie, 1998, v.2, pp. 344-351.

Charakterisierung Chromogener Nahrmedien zum Nachweis von E. coli O157:H7/H,Von R. Reissbrodt, U. Sachse, H. Steinruck, und H. Tschape, Bundesgesundheitsblatt Sonderdruck, Sounderheft, 41. Jahrgang Oktober 1998, pp. 36-39

The Optimization of Isolation Media Used in Immunomagnetic Separation Methods for the Detection of Escherichia coli O157 in foods, I.D. Ogden, N.F. Hepburn, and M. MacRae, Journal of Applied Microbiology, 2001, v.91, pp. 373-379.

A Multiplex Polymerase Chain Reaction Assay for Rapid Detection and Identification of Escherichia coli O157:H7 in Foods and Bovine Feces, P. M. Fratamico, L. K. Bagi, and T. Pepe, Journal of Food Protection, Vol. 63, No. 8, 2000, pp. 1032-1037, P. M. Fratamico, L. K. Bagi, and T. Pepe, Journal of Food Protection, 2000, v.63, pp. 1032-1037.

Comparison of Sorbitol MacConkey Agar and a Two-Step Method Which Utilizes Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay Toxin Testing and a Chromogenic Agar to Detect and Isolate Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli, T.J. Novicki, J.A. Daly, S.L. Mottice, and K.C. Carroll, Journal of Clinical Microbiology, 2000, v.38, pp. 547-551.

Methods for the Detection and Isolation of Shiga Toxin-producing Escherichia coli, E. De Boer and A.E. Heuvelink, The Society for Applied Microbiology, Journal of Applied Microbiology Symposium Supplement, 2000, v.88, pp. 133S-143S.

Comparison of Selective Agar Media and Enrichment Broths for Recovering Heat-Stressed Escherichia Coli O157:H7 from Ground Beef, P. J. Taormina, M.R.S. Clavero & L. R. Beuchat, Reprinted from The Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting, June 1998, #17-3.

Studies of Escherichia coli Cultured on RainbowTM Agar 0157 with Particular Reference to Enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli (EHEC), K.A. Betttelheim, Microbiol. Immunol., 1998, v.42, pp. 265-269.

Comparison of Hektoen Enteric, XLT4, and Rainbow Salmonella Agars, K. O. Stein and B. R. Bochner, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, P-69.

Tellurite and Novobiocin Improve Recovery of E. coli O157:H7 on Rainbow® Agar O157, K. O. Stein and B. R. Bochner, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, P-80.

Escherichia coli O157:H7 Shedding from Experimentally Inoculated Calves, J. Minter, S. C. Richardson, F. J. DeGraves, J. C. Wright, T. Penfound, J. W. Foster, and S. B. Price, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, B-169

Clinical Evaluation of a Two-Step Approach, Using Meridian Diagnostics Premier EHEC ELISA and Biolog Rainbow Agar O157, for the Isolation of Fecal O157 and non-0157 Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia Coli, T. J. Novicki, J. A. Daly, S. Mottice, K. C. Carroll, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, C-257

Comparison of SELeCT and MPN Methodologies for the Recovery and Quantification of E. coli O157:H7 in Spiked Ground Beef Samples, David T. Ingram, Christos G. Rigakos, David Rollins, Edward T. Mallinson, Lewis Carr, Chinta Lamichhane, Sam W. Joseph, Abstracts from Southern Poultry Science Society (SPSS) Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, January 17-18, 1997.

Potential Hazard of Radish Sprouts as a Vehicle of Escherichia coli O157:H7, Y. Hara-Kudo, H. Konuma, M. Iwaki, F. Kasuga, Y. Sugita-Konishi, Y. Ito and S. Kumagai, Journal of Food Protection, 1997, v.60, pp. 1125-1127.

Use of CHROMagar O157 and Rainbow Agar O157 to Isolate Shiga-Like Toxin-Producing Echerichia coli O157:H7 from Samples of Meat and Faecal Specimen, C.S.O. Ng, N. Ryan, M. Yates, and K.A. Bettelheim, VTEC Conference, Baltimore, June, 1997.

Advances in Pathogenic Detection, P.C. Vasavada, Food Testing & Analysis, April & May, 1997, p. 18-23, 47-48.

Development and Evaluation of a 24Hr Method (Ecoli SELeCTTM ) for the Detection, Isolation, and Quantification of Escherichia coli O-157:H7 in Raw Ground Meat and Poultry, D.T. Ingram, C.G. Rigakos, D. Rollins, E.T. Mallinson, L. Carr, C. Lamichhane, and S. Joseph, Abstracts of the VTEC Conference, Baltimore, June, 1997.

Adaptation of a Procedure Used to Isolate Escherichia coli O157:H7 from Ground Beef for Use with Implicated Liquid Vehicles, B.D. Saunders and J.A. Kiehlbauch, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p. 453.

Development of a 24hr Assay (E. coli SELeCTTM) for the Isolation, Quantification and Confirmation of E. Coli O157:H7 in Poultry and Red Meat, D. T. Ingram, C. G. Rigakos, D. Rollins, E. T. Mallinson, L. Carr, and S. W. Joseph, Poster presented at the 96th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1996.

Comparison of a New Medium for Assessment of Urinary Tract Infection, B. Bell, Abstracts of the Australian Society for Microbiology, Microbiology Australia, September, 1995, v.16:4, PO1.35.

Rainbow Agar VTEC: A New Chromogenic Culture Medium For Detecting Verotoxin-Producing E. coli, B.R. Bochner, Abstracts of the Australian Society For Microbiology, Microbiology Australia, September, 1995,v.16:4, PO2.1.

Rainbow UTI System: A Rapid and Simple Multicolor Diagnostic System for Common Urinary Tract Pathogens, B. Bochner, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 65.

Evaluation of Rainbow UTI System for Rapid Isolation and Identification of Urinary Pathogens, B.C. Schieven, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 65.

Phenotype MicroArrays for Microbial Cells

Light spectrum modifies the utilization pattern of energy sources in Pseudomonas sp. DR 5-09, S. Gharaie, L. Vaas, A. Rosberg, S. Windstam, M. Karlsson, K. Bergstrand, S. Khalil, W. Wohanka, B. Alsanius, PLOS One, December 2017

The genome and phenome of the green alga Chloroidium sp. UTEX 3007 reveal adaptive traits for desert acclimatization, D. Nelson, B. Khraiwesh, W. Fu, S. Alseekh, A. Jaiswal, A. Chaiboonchoe, K. Hazzouri, M. O’Connor, G. Butterfoss, Genomics and evolutionary biology, plant biology, June 2017

Colwellia psychrerythraea Strains from Distant Deep Sea Basins Show Adaptation to Local Conditions, S. Techtmann, K. Fitzgerald, S. Stelling, D. Joyner, S. Uttukar, A. Harris, N. Alshibli, S. Brown and T. Hazen, Frontiers in Environmental Science, May 2017

The UbiI (VisC) aerobic ubiquinone synthase is required for expression of type 1 pili, biofilm formation, and pathogenesis in uropathogenic Escherichia coli, K. Floyd, C. Mitchell, A. Eberly, S. Colling, E. Zhang, Journal of Bacteriology, May 2017

Metabolic diversity of the emerging pathogenic lineages of Klebsiella pneumoniae, C. Blin, V. Passet, M. Touchon, E. Rocha, and S. Brisse, Environmental Microbiology, 2017

Phenotypic Profiling Reveals that Candida albicans Opaque Cells Represent a Metabolically Specialized Cell State Compared to Default White Cells, I. Ene, M. Lohse, A. Vladu, J. Morschhäuser, A. Johnson, R. Bennett, American Society for Microbiology, Nov. 2016

Algal Cell Factories: Approaches, Applications, and Potentials, W. Fu, A. Chaiboonchoe, B. Khraiwesh, D. Nelson, D. Al-Khairy, A. Mystikou, A. Alzahmi and K. Salehi-Ashtiani, Marine Drugs, 2016

Lactobacillus oligofermentans glucose, ribose and xylose transcriptomes show higher similarity between glucose and xylose catabolism-induced responses in the early exponential growth phase, M. Andreevskaya , P. Johansson, E. Jääskeläinen, T. Rämö, J. Ritari, L. Paulin, J. Björkroth and P. Auvinen, BMC Genomics, 2016

Heat Survival and Phenotype Microarray Profiling of Salmonella Typhimurium Mutants, Dawoud TM, Khatiwara A, Park SH, Davis ML, Baker CA, Ricke SC, Kwon YM, Current Microbiology, Dec 2016

Metabolic parameters linked by phenotype microarray to acid resistance profiles of poultry-associated Salmonella enterica, J. Guard, M. Rothrock, D. Shah, D. Jones, R. Gast, R. Sanchez-Ingunza, M. Madsen, J. El-Attrache, B. Lungu, Research in Microbiology, Dec. 2016

Structural basis for ligand recognition by a Cache chemosensory domain that mediates carboxylate sensing in Pseudomonas syringae, J Brewster, J McKellar, T Finn, J Newman, T Peat, M Gerth, Nature Oct 2016

Genome-Scale Metabolic Model for the Green Alga Chlorella vulgaris UTEX 395 Accurately Predicts Phenotypes under Autotrophic, Heterotrophic, and Mixotrophic Growth Conditions, C. Zuñiga, C. Li, T. Huelsman, J. Levering, D. Zielinski, B. McConnell, C. Long, E. Knoshaug, M. Guarnieri, M. Antoniewicz, M. Betenbaugh, and K. Zengler, Plant Physiology, July 2016

Cellular and molecular phenotypes depending upon the RNA repair system RtcAB of Escherichia coli, C. Engl, J. Schaefer, L. Kotta-Loizou, M. Buck, Nucleic Acids Research Advance Access, July 8, 2016

Pseudomonas aeruginosa MifS-MifR Two-Component System Is Specific for α-Ketoglutarate Utilization, G. Tatke, H. Kumari, E. Silva-Herzog, L. Ramirez, K. Mathee, PlosONE, June 2016

Phenotype microarray analysis of the drug efflux systems in Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium, S. Yamasaki, T. Fujioka, K. Hayashi, S. Yamasaki, M. Hayashi-Nishino, K. Nishino, Journal of Infection and Chemotherapy, 2016

Indispensability of Horizontally Transferred Genes and Its Impact on Bacterial Genome Streamlining, I. Karcagi, G. Draskovits, K. Umenhoffer, G. Fekete, K. Kovács, O. Méhi, G. Balikó, B. Szappanos, Z. Györfy, T. Fehér, B. Bogos, F. Blattner, C. Pál, G. Pósfai, and B. Papp, Oxford Journal, Jan 2016

Genomic and phenotypic characterization of the species Acinetobacter venetianus, M. Fondi, I. Maida, E. Perrin, V. Orlandini, L. La Torre, E. Bosi, Scientific Reports, Feb. 2016

Contribution of the Salmonella enterica KdgR Regulon to Persistence of the Pathogen in Vegetable Soft Rots, A. Georgea, I. Gonzáleza, G. Lorcab and M. Teplitskia, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2016

Quorum sensing enhancement of the stress response promotes resistance to quorum quenching and prevents social cheating, R. García-Contreras, L. Nuñez-López, R. Jasso-Chávez, B. Kwan, J. Belmont, A. Rangel-Vega, T. Maeda and T. Wood, ISME Journal 2015,

Influence of quorum sensing in multiple phenotypes of the bacterial pathogen Chromobacterium violaceum, O. Mejía, C. Juárez, M. Vázquez, S. Hernandez, G. Contreras, FEMS 2014,

The MetaCyc database of metabolic pathways and enzymes and the BioCyc collection of pathway/genome databases, R Caspi, R Billington, L Ferrer, H Foerster, C Fulcher, I Keseler, A Kothari, M Krummenacker, M Latendresse, L Mueller, Q Ong, S Paley, P Subhraveti, D Weaver and P Karp, Nucleic Acids Research, 2016,

Emergence of Antimicrobial-Resistant Escherichia coli of Animal Origin Spreading in Humans, D Skurnik, O Clermont, T Guillard, A Launay, O Danilchanka, S Pons, L Diancourt, F Lebreton, K Kadlec, D Roux, D Jiang, S Dion, H Aschard, M Denamur, C Cywes-Bentley, S Schwarz, O Tenaillon, A Andremont, B Picard, J Mekalanos, S Brisse and E Denamur, Molecular Biology and Evolution, Dec 2015,

Genome and Phenotype Microarray Analyses of Rhodococcus sp. BCP1 and Rhodococcus opacus R7: Genetic Determinants and Metabolic Abilities with Environmental Relevance, A Orro, M Cappelletti, P D’Ursi, L Milanesi, A Canito, J Zampolli, E Collina, F Decorosi, C Viti, S Fedi, A Presentato, D Zannoni, P Gennaro, PlosONE, Oct 2015,

The neutral metallopeptidase NMP1 of Trichoderma guizhouense is required for mycotrophy and self-defence, Zhang J, Bayram Akcapinar G, Atanasova L, Rahimi MJ, Przylucka A, Yang D, Kubicek CP, Zhang R, Shen Q, Druzhinina IS, Environmental Microbiology, 2015,

Within-host microevolution of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in Italian cystic fibrosis patients, Rasmus Lykke Marvig, Daniela Dolce, Lea M. Sommer, Bent Petersen, Oana Ciofu, Silvia Campana, Soren Molin, Giovanni Taccetti and Helle Krogh Johansen, BMC Microbiology, 2015,

Novel R Pipeline for Analyzing Biolog Phenotypic Microarray Data, M Vehkala, M Shubin, T Connor, N Thomson, J Corander, PLOSONE, 2015,

Multiple antibiotic susceptibility of polyphosphate kinase mutants (ppk1 and ppk2) from Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1 as revealed by global phenotypic analysis, J Ortiz-Severin, M Varas, C Bravo-Toncio, N Guiliani, F Chavez, Biological Research, 2015,

Chromosomal position shift of a regulatory gene alters the bacterial phenotype, V Gerganova, M Berger, E Zaldastanishvili, P Sobetzko, C Lafon, M Mourez, A Travers, G Muskhelishvili, Nucleic Acids Research, 2015,

Phenotype MicroArrays as a complementary tool to next generation sequencing for characterization of tree endophytes, K Blumenstein, D Macaya-Sanz, J Martin, B Albrectsen, JWitzell1, METHODS, 2015

Comparative genomic and phenomic analysis of Clostridium difficile and Clostridium sordellii, two related pathogens with differing host tissue preference. Joy Scaria, Haruo Suzuki, et al., BMC Genomics, 2015,

Expression of RCK2 MAPKAP (MAPK-activated protein kinase) rescues yeast cells sensitivity to osmotic stress. V Kumar, A J Hart, T T Wimalasena1, G A Tucker1 and D Greetham, Microbial Cell Factories, 2015,

Complete genome sequence and phenotype microarray analysis of Cronobacter sakazakii SP291: a persistent isolate cultured from a powdered infant formula production facility. Qiongqiong Yan, Karen Power, et al, Frontiers in Microbiology, 2013,

Evaluation of butyrate-induced production of a mannose-6-phosphorylated therapeutic enzyme using parallel bioreactors. Madhavarao CN; Agarabi CD, et al, Biotechnol Appl Biochem, 2014,

Phenotype Microarray Analysis of Mycobacterium smegmatis and Its Isogenic Strains Reveals Novel Functions of (p)ppGpp and c-di-GMP in Mycobacterial Physiology. Kuldeepkumar Ramnaresh Gupta, Sanjay Kasetty and Dipankar Chatterji, APM, January 2015,

Comparative nutritional and chemical phenome of Clostridium difficile isolates determined using phenotype microarrays. Scaria J, Chen JW, et al, Int J Infect Dis, August 2014,

Role of transcription factor NimR (YeaM) in sensitivity control of Escherichia coli to 2-nitroimidazole. Hiroshi Ogasawara, Seina Ohe, Akira Ishihama, FEMS, December 2014,

Transcriptomic and biochemical analyses identify a family of chlorhexidine efflux proteins. Kark A. Hassnan, Scott M. Jackson, et al, PNAS, September 2013,

Coexistence and Within-Host Evolution of Diversified Lineages of Hypermutable Pseudomonas aeruginosa in Long-term Cystic Fibrosis Infections. MSfoia Feliziani, Rasmus L. Marvig, et al, Plos One, October 2014,

Phenotype microarray technology and its application in industrial biotechnology, Greetham D, Biotechnol Lett, June 2014,

Development of a phenotypic assay for characterisation of ethanologenic yeast strain sensitivity to inhibitors released from lignocellulosic feedstocks. Greetham D, Wimalasena T, et al, J Ind Microbiol Biotechnol, June 2014,

Phenotypic characterisation of Saccharomyces spp. for tolerance to 1-butanol. Zaki AM, Wimalasena TT, Greetham D, Epub, September 2014,

High-Throughput Screening of Dipeptide Utilization Mediated by the ABC Transporter DppBCDF and Its Substrate-Binding Proteins DppA1-A5 in Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Daniel Pletzer, Corinne Lafon, et al, Plos One, October 2014,

L-Histidine Inhibits Biofilm Formation and FLO11-Associated Phenotypes in Saccharomyces cerevisiae Flor Yeasts . Marc Bou Zeidan, Giacomo Zara, et al, Plos One, November 2014,

Environmental Heterogeneity Drives Within-Host Diversification and Evolution of Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Trine Markussen, Rasmus Lykke Marvig, et al, Mol Bio No. 5, September 2014,

Long-term phenotypic evolution of bacteria. Germ�n Plata, Christopher S. Henry & Dennis Vitkup, Nature, September 2014,

Differences in carbon source utilisation distinguish Campylobacter jejuni from Campylobacter coli. Sariqa Wagley1, Jane Newcombe et al, BMC Microbiology 2014,

The Transcription Factor Ste12 Mediates the Regulatory Role of the Tmk1 MAP Kinase in Mycoparasitism and Vegetative Hyphal Fusion in the Filamentous Fungus Trichoderma atroviride. Sabine Gruber, Susanne Zeilinger, Plos One, Oct 2014,

GenoBase: comprehensive resource database of Escherichia coli K-12. Otsuka Y, Muto A, et al. Nucleic Acids Res, Nov 2014,

Evidence of Metabolis Switching and Implications for Food Safety from the Phenome(s) of Salmonella enterica Serovar Typhimurium DT104 Cultured at Selected Points across the Pork Production Food Chain. Marta Martins, Matthew P. McCusker, et al. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, June 2013,

Utilization of host-derived cysteine-containing peptides overcomes the restricted sulphur metabolism of Campylobacter jejuni. Hanne Vorwerk, Juliane Mohr, et al., Molecular Microbiology, August 2014,

Phenotypic Microarrays Suggest Escherichia coli ST131 Is Not a Metabolically Distinct Lineage of Extra-Intestinal Pathogenic E. coli. A Alqasim, R Emes, G Clark, J Newcombe, R La Ragione, A McNally, Plos One, Feb 2014,

Genotype and phenotypes of an insteine-adapted Escherichia coli K-12 mutant selected by animal passage for superior colonization. Fabich AJ, Leatham MP, Grissom JE, Wiley G, Lai H, Najar F, Roe BA, Cohen PS, Conway T, Infection and Immunity, June 2011,

Parallel independent evolution of pathogenicity within the genus Yersinia. Sandra Reuter et al., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, May 2014,

Rosenbergiella australoborealis sp. nov, Rosenbergiella collisarenosi sp. nov. and Rosenbergiella epipactidis sp. nov.,three novel bacterial species isolated from ?oral nectar. Marijke Lenaerts et al., Systematic and Applied Microbiology, March 2014,

Characterization of tetA-like gene encoding for a MFS efflux pump in Streptococcus thermophilus. S Arioli, S Guglielmetti, S Amalfitano, C Viti, E Marchi, F Decorosi, L Giovannetti and D Mora, FEMS Microbiology Letters, April 2014,

iOD907, the first genome-scale metabolic model for the milk yeast Kluyveromyces lactis. Oscar Dias1, Rui Pereira1, Andreas K. Gombert2, Eugenio C Ferreira and Isabel Rocha1, Biotechnology Journal, April 2014,

Integrative Conjugative Element ICE-Box Confers Oxidative Stress Resistance to Legionella pneumophila In Vitro and in Macrophages. Kaitlin J. Flynn, Michele S. Swanson, mBio, April 2014,

Genomic and Phenotypic Characterization of Vibrio cholerae Non-O1 Isolates from a US Gulf Coast Cholera Outbreak. Bradd J. Haley et al., PLOS One, April 2014,

Complete genome sequence of the Phaeobacter gallaeciensis type strain CIP 105210T (= DSM 26640T = BS107T).Oliver Frank1, Silke Pradella1, Manfred Rohde2, Carmen Scheuner1, Hans-Peter Klenk1, Markus Goker1, Jorn Petersen1, Standards in Genomic Sciences, March 2014,

Role of Intracellular Carbon Metabolism Pathways in Shigella flexneri Virulence. E. A. Waligora, C. R. Fisher, N. J. Hanovice, A. Rodou, E. E. Wyckoff and S. M. Payne, American Society for Microbiology, April 2014,

Phenotype microarray technology and its application in industrial biotechnology. Darren Greetham, European Union 2014, January 2014,

From genome mining to phenotypic microarrays: Planctomycetes as source for novel bioactive molecules. Olga Jeske, Mareike Jogler, Jorn Petersen, Johannes Sikorski, Christian Jogler, Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 2013, August 2013,

Metabolic Model Refinement Using Phenotypic Microarray Data. Pratish Gawand, Laurence Yang, William R. Cluett, Radhakrishnan Mahadevan, Methods in Molecular Biology, May 2013,

Opm: An R package for analysing OmniLog Phenotype MicroArray data. Lea A. I. Vaas, Johannes Sikorski, Benjamin Hofner, Anne fiebig, Nora Buddruhs, Hans-Peter Klenk, Markus Goker, Bioinformatics Advance Access, June 2013,

Impacts of pr-10a Overexpression at the Molecular and the Phenotypic Level. Lea A. I. Vaas, Maja Marheine, Johannes Sikorski, Markus Goker, Heinz-Martin Schumacher, International Journal of Molecular Sciences, July 2013,

Central metabolism controls transcription of a virulence gene regulator in Vibrio cholerae. Yusuke Minato, Sara R. Fassio, Alan J. Wolfe, Claudia C. Hase, Microbiology, February 2013,

Phenotypic characterization of sarR mutant in Staphylococcus aureus. Andrea L. Lucas, Adhar C. Manna, Microbial Pathogenesis, November 2012,

Campylobacter jejuni carbon starvation protein A (CstA) is involved in peptide utilization, motility and agglutination, and has a role in stimulation of dendritic cells. J. J. Rasmussen, C. S. Vegge, H. Frokiaer, R. M. Howlett, K. A. Krogfelt, D. J. Kelly and H. Ingmer, Journal of Medical Microbiology, May 2013,

Complete genome sequence and phenotype microarray analysis of Cronobacter sakazakii SP291: a persistent isolate cultured from a powdered infant formula production facility. Qiongqiong Yan, Karen A. Power, Shane Cooney, Edward Fox, Gopal R. Gopinath, Christopher J. Grim, Ben D. Tall, Matthew P. McCusker, Seamus Fanning, Frontiers in Microbiology, September 2013,

Isolation and Characterization of Burkholderia rinojensis sp. nov., a Non-Burkholderia cepacia Complex Soil Bacterium with Insecticidal and Miticidal Activities. Ana Lucia Cordova-Kreylos, Lorena E. Fernandez, Marja Koivunen, April Yang, Lina Flor-Weiler, Pamela G. Marrone, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, October 2013,

Salmonella Utilizes d-Glucosaminate via a Mannose Family Phosphotransferase System Permease and Associated Enzymes. Katherine A. Miller, Robert S. Phillips, Jan Mrazek, Timothy R. Hoover, Journal of Bacteriology, July 2013,

Virulence and Metabolic Characteristics of Salmonella enterica Serovar Enteritidis Strains with Different SefD Variants in Hens. Cesar A. Morales, Jean Guard, Roxana Sachez-Ingunza, Devendra H. Shah, Mark Harrison, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, June 2012,

Dimethyl adenosine transferase (KsgA) deficiency in Salmonella entericaSerovar Enteritidis confers susceptibility to high osmolarity and virulence attenuation in chickens. Kim Lam Chiok, Tarek Addwebi, Jean Guard, Devendra H. Shah, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, October 2013,

Exidence of Metabolic Switching and Implications for Food Safety from the Phenome(s) of Salmonella enterica Serovar Typhimurium DT104 Cultured at Selected Points across the Pork Production Food Chain. Marta Martins, Matthew P. McCusker, Evonne M. McCabe, Denis O’Leary, Geraldine Duffy, Seamus Fanning, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, June 2013,

Link between intraphagosomal biotin and rapid phagosomal escape in Francisella. Brooke A. Napier, Lena Meyer, James E. Bina, Mark A. Miller, Anders Sjostedt, David S. Weiss, PNAS, September 2012,

Genomic diversity and fitness of E. Coli strains recovered from the intestinal and urinary tracts of women with recurrent urinary tract infection. Swaine L. Chen, Meng Wu, Jeffrey P. Henderson, Thomas M. Hooton, Micheal E. Hibbing, Scott J. Hultgren, Jeffrey I. Gordon, Sci Transl Med, May 2013,

The Transcriptional Response of Cryptococcus neoformans to Ingestion by Acanthamoeba castellanii and Macrophages Provides Insights into the Evolutionary Adaptation to the Mammalian Host. Lorena da S. Derengowski, Hugo Costa Paes, Patricia Albuquerque, Aldo Henrique F. P. Tavares, Larissa Fernandes, Ildinete Silva Pereira, Arturo Casadevall, Eukaryotic Cell 2013, March 2013,

Systems-Based Approaches to Probing Metabolic Variation within the Mycobacterium tuberculosis Complex. Emma K Lofthouse, Paul R Wheeler, Dany J V Beste, Bhagwati L Khatri, Huihai Wu, Ton A Mendum, Andrzej M Kierzek, Johnjoe McFadden, PLOS ONE, Volume 8, Issue 9, September 2013,

Β-phenylethylamine as a novel nutrient treatment to reduce bacterial contamination due to Escherichia coli O157:H7 on beef meat. Ty Lynnes, S.M. Horne, B.M. PrüΒ, Meat Science, Volume 96, Issue 1, January 2013, Pages 165-171

The Carbohydrate Metabolism Signature of Lactococcus lactis Strain A12 Reveals Its Sourdough Ecosystem Origin, Delphine Passerini, Michele Coddeville, Pascal Le Bourgeois, Pascal Loubiere, Paul Ritzenthaler, Catherine Fontagne-Faucher, Marie-Line Daveran-Mingot, Muriel Cocaign-Bousquet, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Volume 79, Number 19, October 2013

Establishment of a Method To Rapidly Assay Bacterial Persister Metabolism, Mehmet A Orman, Mark P Brynildsen, Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, Volume 57, Number 9, September 2013, Pages 4398-4409

Nutritional physiology of a rock-inhabiting, model microcolonial fungus from an ancestral lineage of the Chaetothyriales (Ascomycetes), Corrado Nai, Helen Y. Wong, Annette Pannenbecker, William J. Broughton, e, Isabelle Benoit, Ronald P. de Vries, Cécile Gueidan, Anna A. Gorbushina, Fungal Genetics and Biology, Volume 56, July 2013, Pages 54-66

Genomic Comparison of Escherichia coli O104:H4 Isolates from 2009 and 2011 Reveals Plasmid, and Prophage Heterogeneity, Including Shiga Toxin Encoding Phage stx2, Ahmed SA, Awosika J, Baldwin C, Bishop-Lilly KA, Biswas B, et al. (2012) Genomic Comparison of Escherichia coli O104:H4 Isolates from 2009 and 2011 Reveals Plasmid, and Prophage Heterogeneity, Including Shiga Toxin Encoding Phage stx2. PLoS ONE

Biomimetic Synthesis of Selenium Nanospheres by Bacterial Strain JS-11 and Its Role as a Biosensor for Nanotoxicity Assessment: A Novel Se-Bioassay, Sourabh Dwivedi, Abdulaziz A. AlKhedhairy, Maqusood Ahamed, Javed Musarrat, 2013, Plos ONE

The unexpected discovery of a novel low-oxygen-activated locus for the anoxic persistence of Burkholderia cenocepacia, Andrea M Sass, Crystal Schmerk, Kirsty Agnoli, Phillip J Norville, Leo Eberl, Miguel A Valvano and Eshwar Mahenthiralingam, The ISME Journal, 2013

The Complete Genome and Phenome of a Community-Acquired Acinetobacter baumannii, Daniel N. Farrugia, Liam D. H. Elbourne, Karl A. Hassan, Bart A. Eijkelkamp, Sasha G. Tetu, Melissa H. Brown, Bhumika S. Shah, Anton Y. Peleg, Bridget C. Mabbutt, Ian T. Paulsen, March 2013, PLoS ONE

Characterization of MSMEG_2631 gene (mmp) encoding a Multidrug and Toxic Compound Extrusion (MATE) family protein in Mycobacterium smegmatis, and exploration of its polyspecific nature using Biolog Phenotype MicroArray, Mukti Nath Mishra, Lacy Daniels, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Texas A&M Health Science Center Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy, 1010 West Ave. B, Kingsville, Texas 78363, USA, Journal of Bacteriology 2013 Jan 4; 0

Pseudomonas aeruginosa PA1006, Which Plays a Role in Molybdenum Homeostasis, Is Required for Nitrate Utilization, Biofilm Formation, and Virulence, Filiatrault MJ, Tombline G, Wagner VE, Van Alst N, Rumbaugh K, et al. (2013) PLoS ONE

Elucidating the Regulon of the Multi Drug Resistance Regulator RarA in K. pneumoniae, Shyamasree De Majumdar1, Mark Veleba1, Sarah Finn, Seamus Fanning and Thamarai Schneiders, Antimicrob. Agents Chemother. 14 January 2013

Variable Carbon Catabolism among Salmonella enterica Serovar Typhi Isolates, Lay Ching Chai, Boon Hong Kong, Omar Ismail Elemfareji, Kwai Lin Thong, PlosOne May 2012, Volume 7, Issue 5

The Escherichia coli SLC26 homologue YchM (DauA) is a C4-dicarboxylic acid transporter, Eleni Karinou, Emma L. R. Compton, Melanie Morel, Arnaud Javelle, Molecular Microbiology Volume 87, Issue 3, pages 623 to 640, February 2013

Functional analysis of pneumococcal drug efflux pumps associates the MATE DinF transporter to quinolone susceptibility, Nadia Tocci, Francesco Iannelli, Alessandro Bidossi, Maria Laura Ciusa1, Francesca Decorosi, Carlo Viti, Gianni Pozzi1, Susanna Ricci and Marco Rinaldo Oggioni

The Escherichia coli SLC26 homologue YchM (DauA) is a C4-dicarboxylic acid transporter, E Karinou; ELR Compton; M Morel; A Javelle; 2012, Molecular Microbiology

Role of two-component sensory systems of Salmonella enterica serovar Dublin in the pathogenesis of systemic salmonellosis in cattle2, Pullinger GD; van Diemen PM; Dziva F; Stevens MP; 2012 Oct 5, p.3108-3122, Microbiology

Selection of bacteria capable of dissimilatory reduction of Fe(III) from a long-term continuous culture on molasses and their use in a microbial fuel cell2, Sikora A; Wojtowicz-Sienko J; Piela P; Zielenkiewicz U; Tomczyk-Zak K; Chojnacka A; Sikora R; Kowalczyk P; Grzesiuk E; Blaszczyk M; 2012 Oct, p.305-316, J Microbiol Biotechnol

Biolog phenotype microarrays1, Shea A; Wolcott M; Daefler S; Rozak DA; 2012 May, p.331-373, Methods Mol Biol

Visualization and curve-parameter estimation strategies for efficient exploration of phenotype microarray kinetics1, Vaas LA; Sikorski J; Michael V; Goker M; Klenk HP; 2012 Mar 6, PLoS One

Effects of the ERES pathogenicity region regulator Ralp3 on Streptococcus pyogenes serotype M49 virulence factor expression1, Siemens N; Fiedler T; Normann J; Klein J; Munch R; Patenge N; Kreikemeyer B; 2012 Mar, p.3618-3626, Journal of Bacteriology

Variable carbon catabolism among Salmonella enterica serovar Typhi isolates3, Chai LC; Kong BH; Elemfareji OI; Thong KL; 2012 Jun 19, PLoS One

Efficacy of biocides used in the modern food industry to control salmonella enterica, and links between biocide tolerance and resistance to clinically relevant antimicrobial compounds2, Condell O; Iversen C; Cooney S; Power KA; Walsh C; Burgess C; Fanning S; 2012 Jun, p.3087-3097, Appl Environ Microbiol

Global transcriptome response to ionic liquid by a tropical rain forest soil bacterium, Enterobacter lignolyticus1, Khudyakov JI; D’haeseleer P; Borglin SE; DeAngelis KM; Woo H;Lindquist EA; Hazen TC; Simmons BA; Thelen MP; 2012 Jul, p.E2173-E2182, Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A

Coordinated phenotype switching with large-scale chromosome flip-flop inversion observed in bacteria3, Cui L; Neoh HM; Iwamoto A; Hiramatsu K; 2012 Jan, p.E1647-E1656, Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A

Phenotypic and transcriptomic response of auxotrophic Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis leuD mutant under environmental stress9, Chen JW; Scaria J; Chang YF; 2012 Feb, p.e37884, PLoS One

Changes in bacterial community structure of agricultural land due to long-term organic and chemical amendments1, Chaudhry V; Rehman A; Mishra A; Chauhan PS; Nautiyal CS; 2012 Feb, p.450-460, Microbial Ecology

Genetic analysis of 15 protein folding factors and proteases of the Escherichia coli cell envelope, Weski J; Ehrmann M; 2012 Aug 7, p.3225-3233, Journal of Bacteriology

A novel approach combining the Calgary Biofilm Device and Phenotype MicroArray for the characterization of the chemical sensitivity of bacterial biofilms, Santopolo L; Marchi E; Frediani L; Decorosi F; Viti C; Giovannetti L; 2012 Aug, p.1023-1032, Biofouling

Tools to kill: Genome of one of the most destructive plant pathogenic fungi Macrophomina phaseolina, Islam MS; Haque MS; Islam MM; Emdad EM; Halim A; Hossen QM; Hossain MZ; Ahmed B; Rahim S; Rahman MS; Alam MM; Hou S; Wan X; Saito JA; Alam M; 2012 Apr, p.493-, BMC Genomics

Expression of Shigella flexneri gluQ-rs gene is linked to dksA and controlled by a transcriptional terminator, Caballero VC; Toledo VP; Maturana C; Fisher CR; Payne SM; Salazar JC; 2012 Apr, p.226, BMC Microbiol

The evolution of metabolic networks of E. coli, Baumler DJ; Peplinski RG; Reed JL; Glasner JD; Perna NT; 2012 Apr, p.182, BMC Syst Bio

A central metabolic circuit controlled by QseC in pathogenic Escherichia coli, Hadjifrangiskou M; Kostakioti M; Chen SL; Henderson JP; Greene SE; Hultgren SJ; 2011 Sep, p.1516-1529, Mol Microbiol

Early adaptive developments of Pseudomonas aeruginosa after the transition from life in the environment to persistent colonization in the airways of human cystic fibrosis hosts3, Rau MH; Hansen SK; Johansen HK; Thomsen LE; Workman CT; Nielsen KF; Jelsbak L; Hoiby N; Yang L; Molin S; 2011 Sep, p.1643-1658, Environmental Microbiology

Evolving promiscuously, Andersson DI; 2011 Sep, p.1199-1200, Proc Natl Acad Sci USA

Fungal physiology – a future perspective, Wilson RA; Talbot NJ; 2011 Oct, p.3810-3815, Microbiology

Carbon source utilization patterns of Bacillus simplex ecotypes do not reflect their adaptation to ecologically divergent slopes in ‘Evolution Canyon’, Israel, Sikorski J; Pukall R; Stackebrandt E; 2011 Nov 18, p.38-44, FEMS Microbiology Ecology

Complex phenotypic assays in high-throughput screening, Clemons PA; 2011 Nov, p.334-338, Current Opinion in Chemical Biology, Curr Opin Chem Biol

Application of phenotypic microarrays to environmental microbiology, Borglin S; Joyner D; DeAngelis KM; Khudyakov J; D’haeseleer P; Joachimiak MP; Hazen T; 2011 Nov, p.41-48, Current Opinion in Biotechnology

A Functional Genomics Approach to Establish the Complement of Carbohydrate Transporters in Streptococcus pneumoniae1, Bidossi A; Mulas L; Decorosi F; Colomba L; Ricci S; Pozzi G; Deutscher J; Viti C; Oggioni MR; 2011 May 3, p.e33320, PLoS One

The quorum sensing diversity within and between ecotypes of Bacillus subtilis, Stefanic P; Decorosi F; Viti C; Petito J; Cohan FM; Mandic-Mulec I; 2011 May, Environmental Microbiology

Assessing the Contributions of the LiaS Histidine Kinase to the Innate Resistance of Listeria monocytogenes to Nisin, Cephalosporins, and Disinfectants1, Collins B; Guinane CM; Cotter PD; Hill C; Ross RP; 2011 Mar, p.2923-2929, Appl Environ Microbiol

Classifying compound mechanism of action for linking whole cell phenotypes to molecular targets1, Bourne CR; Wakeham N; Bunce RA; Nammalwar B; Darrell BK; Barrow WW; 2011 Mar, p.216-223, J Mol Recognit

Pseudomonas putida NBRIC19 dihydrolipoamide succinyltransferase (SucB) gene controls degradation of toxic allelochemicals produced by Parthenium hysterophorus5, Mishra S; Mishra A; Chauhan PS; Mishra SK; Kumari M; Niranjan A; Nautiyal CS; 2011 Mar, p.793-808, J Appl Microbiol

Genotype-phenotype associations in a nonmodel prokaryote, Enstrom M; Held K; Ramage B; Brittnacher M; Gallagher L; Manoil C; 2011 Mar, MBio

Hydrocarbon-degrading bacteria and the bacterial community response in gulf of Mexico beach sands impacted by the deepwater horizon oil spill, Kostka JE; Prakash O; Overholt WA; Green SJ; Freyer G; Canion A; Delgardio J; Norton N; Hazen TC; Huettel M; 2011 Jun, p.7962-7974, Appl Environ Microbiol

Absence of Membrane Phosphatidylcholine Does Not Affect Virulence and Stress Tolerance Phenotypes in the Opportunistic Pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa1, Malek AA; Wargo MJ; Hogan DA; 2011 Jul, p.e30829, PLoS One

Loss of elongation factor P disrupts bacterial outer membrane integrity1, Zou SB; Hersch SJ; Roy H; Wiggers JB; Leung AS; Buranyi S; Xie JL; Dare K; Ibba M; Navarre WW; 2011 Jul, p.413-425, Journal of Bacteriology

Resistance phenotypes mediated by aminoacyl-phosphatidylglycerol synthases3, Arendt W; Hebecker S; Jager S; Nimtz M; Moser J; 2011 Jan 25, p.1401-1416, Journal of Bacteriology

Genomic anatomy of Escherichia coli O157:H7 outbreaks1, Eppinger M; Mammel MK; Leclerc JE; Ravel J; Cebula TA; 2011 Jan 25, p.20142-20147, Proc Natl Acad Sci USA

Phenotypic changes in ciprofloxacin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus1, Mesak LR; Davies J; 2011 Jan, p.785-791, Research in Microbiology

Shewanella knowledgebase: integration of the experimental data and computational predictions suggests a biological role for transcription of intergenic regions1, Karpinets TV; Romine MF; Schmoyer DD; Kora GH; Syed MH; Leuze MR; Serres MH; Park BH; Samatova NF; Uberbacher EC; 2011 Dec 16, p.baq012, Database (Oxford)

Statistical methods for QTL mapping in cereals1, Hackett CA; 2011 Dec 13, p.585-599, Plant Molecular Biology

The evolution of a pleiotropic fitness tradeoff in Pseudomonas fluorescens3, MacLean RC; Bell G; Rainey PB; 2011 Dec, p.8072-8077,Proc Natl Acad Sci USA

Evolutionary dynamics of bacteria in a human host environment2, Yang L; Jelsbak L; Marvig RL; Damkiaer S; Workman CT; Rau MH; Hansen SK; Folkesson A; Johansen HK; Ciofu O; Hoiby N; Sommer MO; Molin S; 2011 Dec, p.7481-7486, Proc Natl Acad Sci USA

Reconciliation of genome-scale metabolic reconstructions for comparative systems analysis1, Oberhardt MA; Puchalka J; Martins dos Santos VA; Papin JA; 2011 Aug, p.e1001116, PLoS Comput Biol

Characterization of three lactic acid bacteria and their isogenic ldh deletion mutants shows optimization for YATP (cell mass produced per mole of ATP) at their physiological pHs1, Fiedler T; Bekker M; Jonsson M; Mehmeti I; Pritzschke A; Siemens N; Nes I; Hugenholtz J; Kreikemeyer B; 2011 Aug, p.612-617, Appl Environ Microbiol

Role of VltAB, an ABC transporter complex, in viologen tolerance in Streptococcus mutans3, Biswas S; Biswas I; 2011 Apr, p.1460-1469, Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy

Large-scale comparative phenotypic and genomic analyses reveal ecological preferences of shewanella species and identify metabolic pathways conserved at the genus level, Rodrigues JL; Serres MH; Tiedje JM; 2011 Apr, p.5352-5360, Appl Environ Microbiol

Comparative and functional genomics of Rhodococcus opacus PD630 for biofuels development2, Holder JW; Ulrich JC; DeBono AC; Godfrey PA; Desjardins CA; Zucker J; Zeng Q; Leach AL; Ghiviriga I; Dancel C; Abeel T; Gevers D; Kodira CD; Desany B; Affourtit JP; Birren BW; Sinskey AJ; 2010 Sep, p.e1002219, PLoS Genet

Membrane proteases and aminoglycoside antibiotic resistance1, Hinz A; Lee S; Jacoby K; Manoil C; 2010 Oct, p.4790-4797, Journal of Bacteriology

Artificial gene amplification reveals an abundance of promiscuous resistance determinants in Escherichia coli1, Soo VW; Hanson-Manful P; Patrick WM; 2010 Nov, p.1484-1489, Proc Natl Acad Sci USA

An experimentally validated genome-scale metabolic reconstruction of Klebsiella pneumoniae MGH 78578, iYL12282, Liao YC; Huang TW; Chen FC; Charusanti P; Hong JS; Chang HY; Tsai SF; Palsson BO; Hsiung CA; 2010 May, p.1710-1717, Journal of Bacteriology

Differential gene expression by RamA in ciprofloxacin-resistant Salmonella Typhimurium4, Zheng J; Tian F; Cui S; Song J; Zhao S; Brown EW; Meng J; 2010 May, p.e22161, PLoS One

Comparative genomic analysis of human fungal pathogens causing paracoccidioidomycosis1, Desjardins CA; Champion MD; Holder JW; Muszewska A; Goldberg J; Bailao AM; Brigido MM; Ferreira ME; Garcia AM; Grynberg M; Gujja S; Heiman DI; Henn MR; Kodira CD; Leon-Narvaez H; Longo LV; Ma LJ; Malavazi I; Matsuo AL; Morais FV; Pereira M; Rodriguez-Brito S; Sakthikumar S; Salem-Izacc SM; Sykes SM; Teixeira MM; Vallejo MC; Walter ME; Yandava C; Young S; Zeng Q; Zucker J; Felipe MS; Goldman GH; Haas BJ; McEwen JG; Nino-Vega G; Puccia R; San-Blas G; Soares CM; Birren BW; Cuomo CA; 2010 Mar, p.e1002345, PLoS Genet

Cryptic prophages help bacteria cope with adverse environments1, Wang X; Kim Y; Ma Q; Hong SH; Pokusaeva K; Sturino JM; Wood TK; 2010 Mar, p.147, Nat Commun

Genome signatures of Escherichia coli O157:H7 isolates from the bovine host reservoir1, Eppinger M; Mammel MK; Leclerc JE; Ravel J; Cebula TA; 2010 Jun, p.2916-2925, Appl Environ Microbiol

Variability of Escherichia coli O157 strain survival in manure-amended soil in relation to strain origin, virulence profile, and carbon nutrition profile1, Franz E; van Hoek AH; Bouw E; Aarts HJ; 2010 Jun, p.8088-8096, Appl Environ Microbiol

Characterization of the induction and cellular role of the BaeSR two-component envelope stress response of Escherichia coli1, Leblanc SK; Oates CW; Raivio TL; 2010 Jun, p.3367-3375, Journal of Bacteriology

A novel fungal family of oligopeptide transporters identified by functional metatranscriptomics of soil eukaryotes1, Damon C; Vallon L; Zimmermann S; Haider MZ; Galeote V; Dequin S; Luis P; Fraissinet-Tachet L; Marmeisse R; 2010 Jun, p.1871-1880, ISME J

Phenotypic and genotypic evidence for L-fucose utilization by Campylobacter jejuni, Muraoka WT; Zhang Q; 2010 Jul 30, p.1065-1075, Journal of Bacteriology

Metabolic versatility and antibacterial metabolite biosynthesis are distinguishing genomic features of the fire blight antagonist Pantoea vagans C9-1, Smits TH; Rezzonico F; Kamber T; Blom J; Goesmann A; Ishimaru CA; Frey JE; Stockwell VO; Duffy B; 2010 Feb, p.e22247, PLoS One

H2S: a universal defense against antibiotics in bacteria, Shatalin K; Shatalina E; Mironov A; Nudler E; 2010 Feb, p.986-990, Science

Complete genome sequence and comparative metabolic profiling of the prototypical enteroaggregative Escherichia coli strain 042, Chaudhuri RR; Sebaihia M; Hobman JL; Webber MA; Leyton DL; Goldberg MD; Cunningham AF; Scott-Tucker A; Ferguson PR; Thomas CM; Frankel G; Tang CM; Dudley EG; Roberts IS; Rasko DA; Pallen MJ; Parkhill J; Nataro JP; Thomson NR; Henderson IR; 2010 Dec, p.e8801, PLoS One

Cronobacter (Enterobacter sakazakii): an opportunistic foodborne pathogen, Healy B; Cooney S; O’Brien S; Iversen C; Whyte P; Nally J; Callanan JJ; Fanning S; 2010 Aug 1, p.339-350, Foodborne Pathog Dis

Genes involved in yellow pigmentation of Cronobacter sakazakii ES5 and influence of pigmentation on persistence and growth under environmental stress, Johler S; Stephan R; Hartmann I; Kuehner KA; Lehner A; 2010 Apr, p.1053-1061, Appl Environ Microbiol

Functional analysis of pneumococcal drug efflux pumps associates the MATE DinF transporter to quinolone susceptibility, Nadia Tocci, Francesco Iannelli, Alessandro Bidossi, Maria Laura Ciusa, Francesca Decorosi, Carlo Viti, Gianni Pozzi, Susanna Ricci and Marco Rinaldo Oggioni, Published ahead of print 31 October 2012, doi: 10.1128/AAC.01298-12.

Global Phenotypic Characterization of Bacteria, B.R. Bochner, FEMS Microbiol. Rev., 2009, v. 33, pp.191-205.

Host Cell-free Growth of the Q Fever Bacterium Coxiella burnetii, A. Omsland, D.C. Cockrell, D. Howe, E.R. Fischer, K. Virtaneva, D.E. Sturdevant, S.F. Porcella, R.A. Heinzen, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2009, Epub Feb. 25.

Legionella pneumophila Couples Fatty Acid Flux to Microbial Differention And Virulence, R.L. Edwards, Z.D. Dalebroux, M.S. Swanson, Mol. Microbiol., 2009, v. 71, pp. 1190-1204.

SpoT Governs Legionella pneumophila Differentiation in Host Macrophages, Z.D. Dalebroux, R.L. Edwards, M.S. Swanson, Mol. Microbiol., 2009, v.71, pp. 640-658.

Involvement of the oscA Gene in the Sulphur Starvation Response and in Cr(VI) Resistance in Pseudomonas corrugata 28, C. Viti, F. Decorosi, A. Mini, E. Tatti, L. Giovannetti, Microbiology, 2009, v. 155, pp. 95-105.

Overcoming the Anaerobic Hurdle in Phenotypic Microarrays: Generation and Visualization of Growth Curve Data for Desulfovibrio vulgaris Hildenborough, S. Borglin, D. Joyner, J. Jacobsen, A. Mukhopadhyay, T. C. Hazen, J. Microbiol. Methods, 2008. v. 76 pp. 159-168.

Characterization of the myo-Inositol Utilization Island of Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium, C. Kroger, T.M. Fuchs, J. Bacteriol. 2009, v. 191, pp. 545-554.

Phenotypic Diversity among Cronobacter spp., B. Tall, 1st International Meeting on Cronobacter, 2009, Dublin, Ireland.

What is (and isn’t) Cronobacter, C. Iversen, 1st International Meeting on Cronobacter, 2009, Dublin, Ireland.

Genome-Scale Reconstruction and Analysis of the Pseudomonas putida KT2440 Metabolic Network Facilitates Applications in Biotechnology, J. Puchalka, M. A. Oberhardt, M. Godinho, A. Bielecka, D. Regenhardt, K. N. Timmis, J. A. Papin, V. A. P. Martins dos Santos, PLoS Computational Biology, 2008, v. 4.pp. 1-18.

High Throughput Phenotypic Characterization of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Membrane Transport Genes, D.A. Johnson, S.G. Tetu, K. Phillippy, J. Chen, Q. Ren & I.T. Paulsen, PLoS Genet., 2008, v. 4, pp. 1-11.

RamA Confers Multidrug Resistance in Salmonella enterica via Increased Expression of acrB, which is Inhibited by Chlorpromazine, A.M. Bailey, I.T. Paulsen, L.J. Piddock, Antimicrob Agents, 2008 v. 52, pp. 3604-3611.

Phenotype Profiling of Single Gene Deletion Mutants of E. coli Using Biolog Technology, Y. Tohsato, H. Mori, Proceeding of the 19th International Conference on Genome Informatics (GIW 2008), Gold Coast, Australia, pp. 1-11.

The Applications of Systematic In-Frame, Single-Gene Knockout Mutant Collection of Escherichia coli K-12, T. Baba, HC Huan, K. Datsenko, BL Wanner, H. Mori, Methods Mol. Biol., 2008, v. 416, pp. 183-194.

Identification and Characterization of Brewers Yeast Using Phenotype MicroArrays, S. Walker, Abstract, Veterinary Laboratories Agency Conference, November 2008.

Development of Phenotype MicroArrays for The Characterisation of a Porcine Cell Line, M. Abu Oun, Abstract, Veterinary Laboratories Agency Conference, November 2008.

The Gut Microbiota as a Virtual Organ And Novel Approaches to Understand it, J. Marchesi, Abstract, Veterinary Laboratories Agency Conference, November 2008.

Effects of Microbial Growth Rate on Inhibitory Effects of Antimicrobial Compounds Using Biolog Microarray Chemical Sensitivity Plates, R. Thorn, Abstract, Veterinary Laboratories Agency Conference, November 2008.

Use of Biolog for Studying Oral Communities, J. Greenman, Abstract, Veterinary Laboratories Agency Conference, November 2008.

Integrating PM Technology With In Situ and In Silico Analyses of Microbial Activities, G. Preston, Abstract, Veterinary Laboratories Agency Conference, November 2008.

Metabolomics of Slow-Growing Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Mycobacterium bovis Strains Using Phenotype MicroArray Technology, B. Upadhyay, Abstract, Veterinary Laboratories Agency Conference, November 2008.

Using Phenotypic Data to Construct and Curate Genome-scale Models, P.Suthers, Abstract, Veterinary Laboratories Agency Conference, November 2008.

The Detection of Differences in the Utilisation of Glyoxylate and 2-Carbon Compounds in Salmonella typhimurium, M. Saunders, Abstract, Veterinary Laboratories Agency Conference, November 2008.

Fitness Costs and Stability of a High-level Ciprofloxacin Resistance Phenotype in Salmonella enteritidis, S. Fanning, Abstract, Veterinary Laboratories Agency Conference, November 2008.

Phenotypic and Genotypic Differences Between Pathogenic and Laboratory Escherichia coliStrains, J. Hobman, Abstract, Veterinary Laboratories Agency Conference, November 2008.

Identification of an ABC-Type Trehalose Transporter in Mycobacterium smegmatis, S. Jaques III, L. Daniels, poster, SC-ASM Conference, Nov. 2008, Austin.

Carbon Source Utilization Pattern Among Rapidly Growing Mycobacterium (RGM) Species by Phenotypic Array Analysis Using Biolog OmniLog System, M. Rahman, S. Jaques III, L. Daniels, poster, SC-ASM Conference, Nov. 2008, Austin

Development of a New Test Panel for Identification of Both Gram-Negative and Gram-Positive Bacteria, A. Franco-Buff, V. Gomez, E. Olender, G. Gadzinski, B. Bochner, poster, ECCMID, April, 2008, Barcelona

Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of The Metabolism of Helicobacter pylori, X-H Lei, B. Bochner, poster, Spring Meeting, Society for General Microbiology, March, 2008, Edinburgh

Important Discoveries from Analysing Bacterial Phenotypes, B. R. Bochner, L. Giovannetti, C. Viti, Mol. Microbiol., 2008, v. 70, pp. 274-280.

Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, The Environment, Agriculture, and Human Health, C. Viti, B. Bochner, L. Giovannetti, 2008, Annals of Microbiology, v. 2, pp. 347-349.

Phenotypes of Salmonella enterica Serovar Typhi and Acinetobacter Spp., Reflections of Different Lifestyles?, L. Dijkshoorn, J.T. Van Dissel, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Longitudinal Study of Pseudomonas aeruginosa Isolates from Cystic Fibrosis Lungs, L. Yang, S.K. Hansen, L. Jelsbak, H. Jarmer , J.A.J. Haagensen, H.K. Johansen, N. Hoiby, S. Molin, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Functional Diversity and Productivity Peak at Intermediate Dispersal Rate in Evolving Bacterial Metacommunities, P. Venail, R.C. Maclean, T. Bouvier, M.A. Brockhurst, M.E. Hochberg, N. Mouquet, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Adapting Biolog Phenotype MicroArray Technology to Reveal the Metabolomics of Mycobacterium tubercolosis and Mycobacterium bovis, Slow-growing Pathogens with d=0.03 to 0.05/h., B. Upadhyay, M.D. Fielder, P.R. Wheeler, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Phenotypic Microarray analysis of Cronobacter Spp. (Formerly Enterobacter sakazakii), B.D. Tall, S. Fanning, C. Iversen, N. Mullane, M. H. Kothary, A. Datta, L. Carter, S. K. Curtis, B.A. McCardell, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Transcriptional Response of Desulfovibrio vulgaris Hildenborough to Oxygenation: An Indirect Metabolic Analysis by Restriction Fragment Functional Display (RFFD), M. Santana, J. Gonzalez, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Influence of Pseudomonas aeruginosa on Biofilm Formation and Internalization of Burkholderia cenocepacia Strains, L. Pirone, C. Auriche, C. Dalmastri, F. Ascenzioni,, A. Bevivino , Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

The Metabolic Fingerprint of Filamentous Fungi Responsible for Damage and Biodegradation in Cultural Heritage: Applications and Perspectives, F.P. Pinzari, V. C. Cialei, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Phenotypic Characterization of Thermophilic Bacilli Isolated from the Sites with Geothermal and Geo-chemical Anomalies of Armenia, H. Panosyan, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Regulatory Network of AcrAB Multidrug Efflux Pump in Salmonella and its Role in Response to Metabolites, E. Nikaido, K. Nishino, A. Yamaguchi, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Roles of Multidrug Efflux Pumps in Antimicrobial Peptide Resistance of Salmonella enterica, T. Nakano, K. Nishino, A. Yamaguchi, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Phenotypic Analysis of Multidrug Efflux Pumps – Not Just for Multidrug Resistance, K. Nishino, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Assessment of Phenotypic Features of Bacteria Isolated from Different Antarctic Environments, S. Mangano, C. Caruso, L. Michaud, A. Lo Giudice, V. Bruni, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Genotypic and Phenotypic Diversity of Streptococcus thermophilus Strains Isolated from the Caucasian Yogurt-like Product Matsoni, I. Malkhazova, M. Merabishvili, N. Chanishvili, L. Brusetti, D. Daffonchio, D. Mora, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Differentiation of Novel Species Using the Phenotype MicroArray, C. Iversen, N. Mullane, S. Fanning, B. Mccardell, B.D. Tall, M.H. Kothary, L. Carter, A. Lehner, R. Stephan, H. Joosten, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Phenotypic Analysis of Enterobacter sakazakii (Cronobacter spp.), C. Iversen, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Use of a Phenotype Array to Study an Adaptive Response in Enterobacter sakazakii, B. Arku, S. Fanning, T. Quinn, K. Jordan, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Anaerobes, T. C. Hazen, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

A Phenotypic Approach to Differentiate Strains within Oenococcus oeni species, S. Guerrini, S. Mangani, L. Granchi, M. Vincenzini, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

H-NS, A Master Controller of Warm Adaptation in Escherichia coli: A Transcriptomic Analysis, F. Fabretti, T. Carzaniga, F. Falciani, G. Deho, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Novel Cues of L. pneumophila Differentiation Uncovered by Phenotype MicroArrays, R.L. Edwards, Z.D. Dalebroux, M. S. Swanson, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Comparative Phenotypic Microarray Analysis of Listeria monocytogenes Strains Involved in Invasive and Gastroenteritis Listeriosis Outbreaks, A. Datta, L.Carter, L. Burall, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Carbon and Energy Metabolism of Escherichia coli in the Intestine, T. Conway, P.S. Cohen, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Biolog Microbial Identification System-study on the Operating Regulation of Bacteria Identification, C. Chi, Y. Mei, L. Jin-Xia, Y. Su, H. Hai-Rong, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Identification of Saccharomyces cerevisiae by the Biolog automated microbes identification system, C. Chi, L. Jin-Xia, Y. Su, H. Hai-Rong, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Extended-spectrum Beta-lactamase Producing Strains of Escherichia coli Isolates: Phenotypic and Genotypic Characterization, E.C. Adibe, C.E. Ilodigwe, H.I. Ekenedo, L.C. Ofora, S.I. Okonkwo, S.A. Obi, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Characterization of a Porcine Cell Line by Phenotype MicroArray, M. Abuoun, J.W. Collins, M.J. Woodward, R.M. La Ragione, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Integrating Biolog Phenomic Analysis with Genomic Approaches to Explore the Diversity of Natural Sinorhizobium meliloti Strains, E. Biondi , Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Phenotypic Analysis of Cr(VI)-sensitive Mutants of Pseudomonas corrugata Strain 28, E. Tatti, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Physiological Characterization of Pseudomonas pseudoalcaligenes KF707: Biofilm Development and Adaptation to Environmental Stress, S. Fedi, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Antimicrobials inducing E. coli Biofilm Formation, Identified by Phenotype MicroArrays, A. Boehm, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Linking Phenotype to Genotype of Epidemiologically Prevalent Salmonella by Comparative Microarray Analysis, J. Guard-Bouldin, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Phenotypic Analysis of Salmonella, M. Anjum, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Use of PM Technology to Characterize Nutrient Utilization and Restriction in the Obligate Intracellular Bacterial Pathogen Coxiella burnetii, A. Omsland, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Characterization of Porcine Cell Using Phenotype MicroArray, M. Abuoun, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

PM Assay of Mammalian Cells, B. Bochner, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Phenotype MicroArrays as a Tool to Study Physiology of Industrially Important Fungi, I. Druzhinina, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Pleiotropic Effects of Mutations of the LEU4 Gene in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, E. Casalone, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Unravelling Membrane Transport Mechanisms in Pseudomonas sp. through Phenomics, I. Paulsen, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Towards Elucidation of Physiological Networks in a Cell Using PM Technology and Genetic Network Analysis, H. Mori, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Use of Growth Profiling Data to Improve Constraint-based Modelling of Metabolism, L. Yang, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008

Phenotype MicroArray Technology: Principles and Practice, B. Bochner, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Phenotypic Analysis of Food-borne Pathogens, T. Cebula, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.

Visualization of Growth Curve Data from Phenotype Microarray Experiments,, J.S. Jacobsen, D.C. Joyner, S.E. Borglin, T.C. Hazen, A.P. Arkin, E.W. Bethel, 11th International Conference on Information Visualization (IV07), Zurich, Switzerland, July 4-6, 2007, Published by the IEEE Computer Society.

Response of Desulfovibrio vulgaris to alkaline stress, S. Stolyar, Q. He, M.P. Joachimiak, Z. He, Z.K. Yang, S.E. Borglin, D.C. Joyner, K. Huang, E. Alm, T.C. Hazen, J. Zhou, J.D. Wall, A.P. Arkin, D.A. Stahl, 2007, J. Bacteriol., v.189, pp. 8944-8952.

Analysis of a ferric uptake regulator (Fur) mutant of Desulfovibrio vulgaris Hildenborough, K.S. Bender, H-C Yen, C.L. Hemme, Z. Yang, Z. He, Q. He, J. Zhou, K.H. Huang, E.J. Alm, T.C. Hazen, A.P. Arkin, J.D. Wall, 2007, Appl. Environ. Microbiol., v.73, pp. 5389-5400.

Flux analysis of central metabolic pathways in Geobacter metallireducens during reduction of soluble Fe (III)-NTA, Y.J. Tang, R. Chakraborty, H. Garcia Martin, J. Chu, T.C. Hazen, J.D. Keasling, 2007, Appl. Environ. Microbiol., v.73, pp. 3859-3864.

Cell wide response to low oxygen exposure in Desulfovibrio vulgaris Hildenborough, A. Mukhopadhyay, A.M. Redding, M.P. Joachimiak, A.P. Arkin, S.E. Borglin, P.S. Dehal, R. Chakraborty, J.T. Geller, T.C. Hazen, D.C. Joyner, V.J.J. Martin, J.D. Wall, Z.K. Yank, J. Zhou, J.D. Keasling, J. Bacteriol., v.189, pp. 5996-6010.

Pathway confirmation and flux analysis using 13C isotopic labeling of metabolites in Desulfovibrio vulgaris Hildenborough via FT-ICR Mass Spectrometry, Y. Tang, F. Pingitore, A. Mukhopadhyay, R. Phan, T.C. Hazen, J.D. Keasling, 2007, J. Bacteriol., v.189, pp. 940-949.

Study of Nitrate Stress in Desulfovibrio vulgaris Hildenborough Using iTRAQ Proteomics, A.M. Redding, A. Mukhopadhyay, D. Joyner, T.C. Hazen, J.D. Keasling, 2006, Briefings in Functional Genomics and Proteomics, v.5, pp. 133-143.

Energetic consequences of nitrite stress in Desulfovibrio vulgaris Hildenborough inferred from global analysis, Q. He, K.H. Huang, Z. He, E.J. Alm, M.W. Fields, T.C. Hazen, A.P. Arkin, J.D. Wall, J. Zhou, 2006, Appl. Environ. Microbiol, v.72, pp. 4370-4381.

Salt stress in Desulfovibrio vulgaris Hildenborough: An integrated genomics approach, A. Mukhopadhyay, Z. He, E.J. Alm, A.P. Arkin, E.E. Baidoo, S.C. Borglin, W. Chen, T.C. Hazen, Q. He, H.-Y. Holman, K. Huang, R. Huang, D.C. Joyner, N. Katz, M. Keller, P. Oeller, A. Redding, J. Sun, Z. Yang, J.D. Wall, J. Wei, H.-C. Yen, J. Zhou, J.D. Keasling, J. Bacteriol, v.188, pp. 4068-4078.

The global ppGpp-mediated stringent response to amino acid starvation in Escherichia coli, M.F. Traxler, S.M. Summers, H-T Nguyen, V. M. Zacharia, G.A. Hightower, J.T. Smith, T. Conway, Molecular Microbiology, v.68, pp. 1128-1148.

Genome-scale metabolic network analysis of the opportunistic pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa, M.A. Oberhardt, J. Puchalka, K.E. Fryer, V.A. Martins dos Santos, J.A. Papin, Bacteriol., v.190, pp. 2790-2803.

Comparison of carbon nutrition for pathogenic and commensal Escherichia coli strains in the mouse intestine, A.J. Fabich, S.A. Jones, F.Z. Chowdhury, et al., Infect. Immun., v.76, pp. 1143-1152.

Diversity and productivity peak at intermediate dispersal rate in evolving metacommunities, P.A. Venail, R.C. MacLean, T. Bouvier, M.A. Brockhurst, M.E. Hochberg, N. Mouquet, Nature, v.452, pp. 210-214.

Photostimulation of Hypocrea atroviridis growth occurs due to a cross-talk of carbon metabolism, blue light receptors and response to oxidative stress, M.A. Friedl, M. Schmoll, C.P. Kubicek, I.S. Druzhinina, Microbiology, 2008, v.154, pp. 1229-1241.

Carbon source dependence and photostimulation of conidiation in Hypocrea atroviridis, M.A. Friedl, C.P. Kubicek, I.S. Druzhinina, Appl. Environ. Microbial., 2008, v.74, pp. 245-250.

A genome-scale metabolic reconstruction for Escherichia coli K-12 MG1655 that accounts for 1260 ORFs and thermodynamic information., A.M. Feist, C.S. Henry, J.L. Reed, M. Krummenacker, A.R. Joyce, P.D. Karp, L.J. Broadbelt, V. Hatzimanikatis, B.O. Palsson, Mol. Syst. Biol., 2007, v.3, p. 121.

Beta-D-Allose inhibits fruiting body formation and sporulation in Myxococcus xanthus, M. Chavira, N. Cao, K. Le, T. Riar, N. Moradshahi, M. McBride, R. Lux, W. Shi, J. Bacteriol., 2007, v.189, pp. 169-178.

Application of DNA bar codes for screening of industrially important fungi: the haplotype of Trichoderma harzianum sensu stricto indicates superior chitinase formation., V. Nagy, V. Seidl, G. Szakacs, M. Komon-Zelazowska, C.P. Kubicek, I.S. Druzhinina, Appl. Environ. Microbiol., 2007, v.73, pp. 7048-7058.

Exploring Genotypic and Phenotypic Diversity of Microbes Using Microarray Approaches, A. Mukherjee, S.A. Jackson, J.E. LeClerc, T.A. Cebula, Toxicology Mechanisms and Methods, 2006, v.16, pp. 121-128.

Global carbon utilization profiles of wild-type, mutant, and transformant strains of Hypocrea jecorina, I.S. Druzhinina, M. Schmoll, B. Seiboth, C.P. Kubicek, Appl. Environ. Microbiol., 2006, v.72, pp. 2126-2133.

Carbon source utilization by the marine Dendryphiella species D. arenaria and D. salina, T.E. dela Cruz, B.E. Schulz, C.P. Kubicek, I.S. Druzhinina, FEMS Microbial Ecol., 2006, v.58, pp. 343-353.

H-NS controls metabolism and stress tolerance in Escherichia coli O157:H7 that influence mouse passage, I. Erol, K-C Jeong, D.J. Baumler, B. Vykhodets, S-H Choi, C.W. Kaspar , BMC Microbiology, 2006, v.6.

A Screening system for carbon sources enhancing beta-N-acetylglucosaminidase formation in Hypocrea atroviridis (Trichoderma atroviride), V. Seidl, IS Druzhinina, C.P. Kubiceka, Microbiology, 2006, v.152, pp. 2003-2012.

Altered Utilization of N-Acetyl-D-Galactosamine by Escherichia coli O157:H7 from the 2006 Spinach Outbreak, A. Mukherjee, M. K. Mammel, J. E. LeClerc, T. A. Cebula, Journal of Bacteriology, 2008, v.190, pp. 1710-1717.

Uncovering New Metabolic Capabilities of Bacillus subtilis Using Phenotype Profiling of Rifampin-Resistant rpoB Mutants, A. E. Perkins, W. L. Nicholson, Journal of Bacteriology, 2008, v.190, pp. 807-814.

Carbon Source Dependence and Photostimulation of Conidiation in Hypocrea atroviridis, M. A. Friedl, C. P. Kubicek, I. S. Druzhinina, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2008, v.74, pp. 245-250.

Genome-scale metabolic network analysis of the opportunistic pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1, M. A. Oberhardt, J. Puchalka, K. E. Fryer, V. A. P. Martins dos Santos, J. A. Papin, Journal of Bacteriology, v.190, pp. 2790-2803.

Dual Involvement of CbrAB and NtrBC in the Regulation of Histidine Utlization in Pseudomonas fluorescens SBW25, X.-X. Zhang, P. B. Rainey, Genetics, 2008, v.190, pp. 185-195.

A genome-scale metabolic reconstruction for Escherichia coli K-12 MG1655 that accounts for 1260 ORFs and thermodynamic information, A. M. Feist, C. S. Henry, J. L. Reed, M. Krummenacker, A. R. Joyce, P. D. Karp, L. J. Broadbelt, V. Hatzimanikatis, B. Paisson, Molecular Systems Biology 3, 2007.

Regulatory Overlap and Functional Redundancy among Bacillus subtilis Extracytoplasmic Function s Factors, T. Mascher, A.-B. Hachmann, J. D. Helmann, Journal of Bacteriology, 2007, v.189, pp. 7500-7511.

Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato DC3000 Uses Constitutive and Apoplast-Induced Nutrient Assimilation Pathways to Catabolize Nutrients That Are Abundant in the Tomato Apoplast, A. Rico, G. M. Preston, MPMI, 2008, v.21, pp. 269-282.

Genome-scale Reconstruction of Metabolic Network in Bacillus subtilis Based on High-throughput Phenotyping and Gene Essentiality Data, Y. K. Oh, B. O. Palsson, S. M. Park, C. H. Schilling, R. Mahadevan, J. Biol. Chem., v.282, pp. 28791-28799.

Genomic and Phenotypic Diversity of Coastal Vibrio cholerae Strains Is Linked to Environmental Factors, D. P. Keymer, M. C. Miller, G. K. Schoolnik, A. B. Boehm, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2007, v.73, pp. 3705-3714.

Metabolic capacity of Bacillus cereus strains ATCC 14579 and ATCC 10987 interlinked with comparative genomics, M. Mols, M. de Been, M. H. Zwietering, R. Moezelaar, T. Abee, Environmental Microbiology, 2007, pp. 2933-2944.

Integrated bioinformatic and phenotypic analysis of RpoN-dependent traits in the plant growth-promoting bacterium Pseudomonas fluorescens SBW25, J. Jones, D.J. Studholme, C.G. Knight, G.M. Preston, Environmental Microbiology, 2007, pp. 3046-3064.

Genetic Analysis of a Novel Pathway for D-Xylose Metabolism in Caulobacter crescentus, C. Stephens, B. Christen, T. Fuchs, V. Sundaram, K. Watanabe, U. Jenal, Journal of Bacteriology, 2007, v.189, pp. 2181-2185.

Visualization of Growth Curve Data from Phenotype Microarray Experiments, J. S. Jacobsen, D. C. Joyner, S. E. Borglin, T. C. Hazen, A. P. Arkin, E. W. Bethel, 11th International Conference Information Visualization (IV 07), 2007.

Contribution of Target Gene Mutations and Efflux to Decreased Susceptibility of Salmonella enterica Serovar Typhimurium to Fluoroquinolones and Other Antimicrobials, S. Chen, S. Cui, P. F. McDermott, S. Zhao, D. G. White, I. Paulsen, J. Meng, Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, 2007, v.51,pp. 535-542.

Cryptococcus neoformans a Strains Preferentially Disseminate to the Central Nervous System during Coinfection, K. Nielsen, G. M. Cox, A. P. Litvintseva, E. Mylonakis, S. Malliaris, D. K. Benjamin, Jr., S. S. Giles, T. G. Mitchell, A. Casadevall, J. R. Perfect, J. Heitman, Infection and Immunity, 2005, v.73, pp. 4922-4933.

Regulation of Carbon and Nitrogen Utilization by CbrAB and NtrBC Two-Component Systems in Pseudomonas aeruginosa, W. Li, C-D. Lu, Journal of Bacteriology, 2007, v.189, pp. 5413-5420.

Diversity of soil mycobacterium isolates from three sites that degrade polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, C.D. Miller, R. Child, J.E. Hughes, M. Benscai, P.P. Der, R.C. Sims, A.J. Anderson, Journal for Applied Microbiology, v.102, pp. 1612-1624.

Characterization of Chromate-Resistant and Reducing Bacteria by Traditional Means and by a High-Throughput Phenomic Technique for Bioremediation Purposes, C. Viti, F. Decorosi, E. Tatti, L. Giovannetti, Biotechnol Prog., 2007, v.23, pp. 553-559.

Growth Characteristics of Microorganisms on Commercially Available Animal-free Alternatives to Tryptic Soy Medium, D. Cleland, K. Jastrzembski, E. Stamenova, J. Benson, C. Catranis, D. Emerson, B. Beck, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 2007, v.69, pp.345-352.

Escherichia coli enzyme IIANtr Regulates the K+ Transporter TrkA, C-R. Lee, S-H. Cho, M-J. Yoon,A. Peterkofsky, Y-J. Seok, 2007, The National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 2007.

A Previously Undescribed Pathway for Pyrimidine Catabolism, K.D. Loh, P. Gyaneshwar, E.M. Papadimitriou, R. Fong, K-S. Kim, R. Parales, Z. Zhou, W. Inwood, and S. Kustu, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2006, v.103, pp. 5114-5119.

FhuA and HgbA, Outer Membrane Proteins of Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae: Their Role as Virulence Determinants, L. Shakarji, L.G. Mikael, R. Srikumar, M. Kobisch, J.W. Coulton, and M. Jacques, Canadian Journal of Microbiology, 2006, v.52, pp. 391-396.

Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Yeast Strains, B. Bochner, Abstract from the International Wine Microbiology Symposium, 2006.

Phenotype MicroArrays that Assay the Energy Producing Pathways Active in Cells, B. Bochner, Abstract from the IBC Conference on Metabolic Syndrome, 2006.

Global Carbon Utilization Profiles of Wild-Type, Mutant, and Transformant Strains of Hypocrea jecorina, I.S. Druzhinina, M. Schmoll, B. Seiboth, and C.P. Kubicek, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2006, v.72, pp. 2126-2133.

Yeast as a Drug Discovery Platform in Huntington’s and Parkinson’s Diseases, T.F. Outeiro and F. Giorgini, Biotechnology Journal, 2006, v.1, pp. 1-12.

Cell Scenario a New Look at Microarrays, C. Potera, Environmental Health Perspectives, 2006, v.114, pp. A-172-A175.

Biolog Advances Global Cell Analysis Scans, C. Potera, Genetic Engineering News, 2006, v.26, pp. 24-25.

Development of Phenotype MicroArrays for Measuring Energy Producing Pathways in Mammalian Cells, L.A. Wiater, M. Siri, R. Huang, and B.R. Bochner, Poster presented at Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s 13th International Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference, February 2006 and The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, April 2006.

Correlation of Phenotype with the Genotype of Egg-Contaminating Salmonella enterica Serovar Enteritidis, C.A. Morales, S. Porwollik, J.G. Frye, H. Kinde, and M. McClelland, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2005, v.71, pp. 4388-4399.

A selC-Associated Genomic Island of the Extraintestinal Avian Pathogenic Escherichia coli Strain BEN2908 is Involved in Carbohydrate Uptake and Virulence, I. Chouikha, P. Germon, A. Bree, P. Gilot, M. Moulin-Schouleur, and C. Schouler, Journal of Bacteriology, 2006, v.188, pp. 977-987.

Phenotype Microarray Profiling of Staphylococcus aureus menD and hemB Mutants with the Small-Colony-Variant Phenotype, C. von Eiff, P. McNamara, K. Becker, D. Bates, X-H. Lei, M. Ziman, B.R. Bochner, G. Peters, and R.A. Proctor, Journal of Bacteriology, 2006, v.188, pp. 687-693.

Discovering New Drugs on the Cellular Level, NASA Spinoff, 2005, pp. 12-13.

Global Physiological Analysis of Carbon- and Energy- Limited Growing Escherichia coli Confirms a High Degree of Catabolic Flexibility and Preparedness for Mixed Substrate Utilization, J. Ihssen, and T. Egli, Environmental Microbiology, 2005, v.7, pp. 1568-1581.

Role of HtrA in Surface Protein Expression and Biofilm Formation by Streptococcus mutants, S. Biswas and I. Biswas, Infection and Immunity, 2005, v.73, pp. 6923-6934.

Requirements of the Dephospho-form of Enzyme IIANTR for Derepression of Escherichia coli K-12 ilvBN Expression, C-R. Lee, B-M. Koo, S-H. Cho, Y-J. Kim, M-J. Yoon, A. Peterkofsky, and Y-J. Seok, Molecular Microbiology, 2005, v.58, pp. 334-344.

Harnessing Natural Diversity to Probe Metabolic Pathways, O.R. Homann, H. Cai, J.M. Becker, and S.L. Lindquist, PLOS Genetics, 2005, v. 1, pp. 0715-0729.

The Phagosomal Transporter A Couples Threonine Acquisition to Differentiation and Replication of Legionella pneumophila in Macrophages, J-D. Sauer, M.A. Bachman, and M.S. Swanson, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2005, v.102, pp. 9924-9929.

A New Pathway for Pyrimidine Catabolism in E. coli K-12: The b1012-b1006 Operon, K.D. Loh, P. Gyaneshwar, E.M. Papadimitriou, R. Fong, K-S. Kim, Z. Zhou, W. Inwood, and S. Kutsu, Abstract from the International Union of Microbiological Societies, July 2005.

Metabolic Analysis of Helicobacter pylori Strain 26695 with Phenotype MicroArray Technology, X-H. Lei, S. Tan, D. E. Berg, and B. R. Bochner, Poster B-760, Session #5-B, presented at International Union of Microbiological Societies, July 2005.

Characterization of the Genetic Origins of Phenotypic Diversification of the Pathogenic Salmonellae, B. Bochner, C.A. Morales, S. Porwollik, J.G. Frye, R. Gast, X-H. Lei, M. Ziman, M. McClelland, and J. Guard-Bouldin, Poster B-800, Session # 6-B, presented at International Union of Microbiological Societies, July 2005.

Phenotype MicroArray Profiling of Staphylococcus aureus menD and hemB Mutants with Small Colony Variant (SCV) Phenotype, C. von Eiff, P. McNamara, K. Becker, D. Bates, X-H. Lei, M. Ziman, B.R. Bochner, G. Peters, and R.A. Proctor, Poster B-873, Session # 138-B, presented at International Union of Microbiological Societies, July 2005.

Use of Phenotype MicroArray Technology to Fingerprint E. coli Loss-of-Function Mutants, M. Ziman, D. Chan, J. Carlson, S. Suharnan, H. Mori, H. Gobara, K. Nakahigashi, T. Baba, S. Tamishima, H. Matsui, and M. Arita, Poster presented at the 7th Annual Frontier of Microbial Research Genome Workshop, March 2005.

Proline-Based Modulation of 2,4-Diacetylphloroglucinol and Viable Cell Yields in Cultures of Pseudomonas fluorescens Wild-Type and Over-Producing Strains, P.J. Slininger and M.A. Shea-Andersh, Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 2005, v.68, pp. 630-638.

Gene Array Analysis of Yersinia enterocolitica FlhD and FlhC: Regulation of Enzymes Affecting Synthesis and Degradation of Carbamoylphosphate, V. Kapatral, J.W. Campbell, S.A. Minnich, N.R. Thomson, P. Matsumura, and B.M. Pruess, Microbiology, 2004, v.150, pp. 2289-2300.

Phenotypic MicroArray Provides a Biochemical Profile of Staphylococcus aureus menD and hemB Mutants with Small Colony Variant (SCV) Phenotype, C. von Eiff, P. McNamara, D. Bates, K. Becker, B. Bochner, G. Peters, R.A. Proctor, Poster presented at 11th International Symposium on Staphylococci & Staphylococcal Infections, October 2004.

Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of a S. aureus mnhD (NuoN-like) Mutant, a Thrombin-Induced Platelet Microbicidal Protein (tPMP)-Resistant Strain, R.A. Proctor, P.J. McNamara, A. Franco-Buff, B.R. Bochner, J. Schrenzel, M. Yeaman, and A. Bayer, Poster presented at 11th International Symposium on Staphylococci & Staphylococcal Infections, October 2004.

Identifying Antimicrobials Using Isobologram Arrays, L.A. Wiater, K. Kim, J.D. Carlson, and P. Gadzinski, Abstract from the 104th General Meeting of the American Society of Microbiology, May 2004.

Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Two-Component Regulatory Genes of Escherichia coli, X-H. Lei, L. Zhou, B.L. Wanner, and B. R. Bochner, Poster K-144, presented at 103rd General Meeting of the American Society of Microbiology, May 2003.

Genomic and Physiological Characterization of Desulfovibrio vulgaris Strains Isolated from A Metal Contaminated Lake,S.M. Stolyar, C.B. Walker, H-C. Yen, B. Zuniga, N. Pinel, H. Gough, Z. He, Q. He, J. Zhou, T.C. Hazen, S.E. Borglin, J.D. Wall, and D.A. Stahl, Abstract from the ASM 105th Annual Meeting, June 5th-June 9th 2005.

Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Desulfovibrio vulgaris, S.E. Borglin, T.C. Hazen, J. Carlson, J. Wall, and D. Joyner, Abstract from the ASM 105th Annual Meeting, June 5th-June 9th 2005.

High Throughput Analysis of Stress Growth Response in Shewanella oneidensis MR1, . Katz, T.C. Hazen, R. Huang, D. Joyner, and S.E. Borglin, Abstract from the ASM 105th Annual Meeting, June 5th-June 9th 2005.

Linkage of 23S and rrlA Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms to Phenotype Heterogeneity of Salmonella Enteritidis, C.A. Morales and J. Guard-Bouldin, Abstract from the ASM 105th Annual Meeting, June 5th-June 9th 2005.

Legionella pneumophilaRequire phtA for Threonine Acquisition, Differentiation and Replication in Murine Bone Marrow Derived Macrophages, J-D. Sauer and M. Swanson, Abstract from the ASM 105th Annual Meeting, June 5th-June 9th 2005.

Phenotype MicroArray analysis of an Escherichia coli O157: H7 luxS Mutant, M. Walters, Abstract from the ASM 105th Annual Meeting, June 5th-June 9th 2005.

Correlation of Phenotype with the Genotype of egg-contaminating Salmonella Enteritidis, C.A. Morales, S. Porwllik, J.G. Frye, H. Kinde, M. McClelland, and J. Guard-Bouldin, Abstract from the ASM 105th Annual Meeting.

Only Rarely Does Inorganic Polyphosphate (poly P) Depletion Decrease Motility in Helicobacter pylori, S. Tan, C.D. Fraley, W.L. Beatty, Q. Gong, B.K. Dieckgraefe, A. Kornberg, and D.E. Berg, Abstract from the ASM 105th Annual Meeting, June 5th-June 9th 2005.

Correlation of Phenotype with the Genotype of Egg-contaminating Salmonella Enteritidis, C.A. Morales, S. Porwllik, J.G. Frye, H. Kinde, M. McClelland, and J. Guard-Bouldin, Abstract from the ASM Conference on Integrating Metabolism and Genomics, April 30th-May 3rd 2004.

Metabolic Differences in Yersinia pestis as a Function of Temperature and Calcium Detected by Phenotype Arrays, A.E. Holtz, I.K. Fodor, J.P. Fitch, and S.L. McCutchen-Maloney, Abstract from the 44th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology, December 2004.

A Plague on Many Houses, The American Society for Cell Biology Press Book 2004, p 6.

LLNLs Ann Holtz-Morris on Studying Y. pestis with Cellular Arrays, Inside BioAssays, Dec. 2004.

Probing Microbial Phenotypes in Wake of Genomics Data Flood, J.F. Fox, ASM News, 2000, v.66, pp. 391-392.

Characterization of the Escherichia coli AaeAB Efflux Pump: A Metabolic Relief Valve?, T.K. Van Dyk, L.J. Templeton, K.A. Cantera, P.L. Sharpe, and F.S. Sariaslani, Journal of Bacteriology, 2004, v. 186, pp. 7196-7204.

Metabolomic Analysis of Escherichia coli K-12 Mutants with Deletions of 1440 Genes, M. Ito, T. Baba, H. Mori, and H. Mori, Abstract from the ASM Integrating Metabolism and Genomics Conference April 30 – May 3, 2004.

A Novel Fermentation/Respiration Switch Protein Regulated by Enzyme IIAGlc in Escherichia coli, B.M. Koo, M.J. Yoon, C.R. Lee, T.W. Nam, Y.J. Choe, H. Jaffe, A. Peterkofsky, and Y.J Seok, The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2004, v.279, pp. 31613-31621.

Gene and Bacterial Identification Using High-Throughput Technologies: Genomics, Proteomics, and Phenomics, S.F. Al-Khaldi and M.M. Mossoba, Nutrition, 2004, v.20, pp. 32-38.

Integrating High-Throughput and Computational Data Elucidates Bacterial Networks, M.W. Covert, E.M. Knight, J.L. Reed, M.J. Herrgard, and B.O. Palsson, Nature, 2004, v.429, pp. 92-96.

Global Analysis of Predicted Proteomes: Functional Adaptation of Physical Properties, C.G. Knight, R. Kassen, H. Hebestreit, and P.B. Rainey, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2004, v.101, pp. 8390-8395 .

ASAP, a Systematic Annotation Package for Community Analysis of Genomes, J.D. Glasner, P. Liss, G. Plunkett III, A. Darling, T. Prasad, M. Rusch, A. Brynes, M. Gilson, B. Biehl, F.R. Blattner, and N.T. Perna, Nucleic Acids Research, 2003, v.31, pp. 147-151.

Global Nutritional Profiling for Mutant and Chemical Mode-of-Action Analysis in Filamentous Fungi, M.M. Tanzer, H.N. Arst, A.R. Skalchunes, M. Coffin, B.A. Darveaux, R.W. Heiniger, and J.R. Shuster, Functional Integrated Genomics, 2003, v.3, pp. 160-170.

Fast Tracking Bioprocessing Development and Optimisation, C. Gorman, Drug Plus International, 2003, v.2 pp. 6-9.

Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Escherichia coli K-12 Mutants with Deletions of All Two-Component Systems, L.Zhou, X.-H. Lei, B.R. Bochner, and B.L. Wanner, Journal of Bacteriology, 2003, v.185, pp. 4956-4972.

Experimental Adaptive Radiation in Pseudomonas, R.C. MacLean and G. Bell, The American Naturalist, 2002, v.160 pp. 569-581.

Divergent Evolution During an Experimental Adaptive Radiation, R.C. MacLean and G. Bell, Proc. Biol. Sci., 2003, v.270 pp. 1645-1650.

New Technologies to Assess Genotype-Phenotype Relationships, B.R. Bochner, Nature Reviews Genetics, 2003, v.4 pp. 309-314.

Phenotype MicroArrays: Their Use in Antibiotic Discovery, B.R. Bochner, Chapter 9 in Microbial Genomics and Drug Discovery, edited by T.J. Dougherty and S.J. Projan, Marcel Dekker, Inc., 2003.

Phenotype MicroArrays for High-Throughput Phenotypic Testing and Assay of Gene Function, B.R. Bochner, P. Gadzinski, and E. Panomitros, Genome Research, 2001, v.11, pp. 1246-1255.

Identification of Bacteria and Bacterial Genes: Infrared Spectroscopy, Genomics, Proteomics and Phenomics, S. Al-Khaldi and M. Mossoba, Microbiological Method Forum News, 2003, v.23, pp.1-6.

FlhD/FlhC is a Regulator of Anaerobic Respiration and the Entner-Doudoroff Pathway through Induction of the Methyl-Accepting Chemotaxis Protein Aer, B.M. Prub, J.W. Campbell, T.K. Van Dyk, C. Zhu, Y. Kogan, and P. Matsumura, Journal of Bacteriology, 2003, v.185, pp. 534-543.

Next-Generation Microarray Technologies, B.J. Sedlack, Genetic Engineering News, 2003, v.23, p.20.

Engineering a Reduced Escherichia coli Genome, V. Kolisnychenko, G. Plunkett, III, C.D. Herring, T. Feher, J. Posfai, F.R. Blattner, and G. Posfai, Genome Research, 2002, v.12, pp. 640-647.

Carbon and Nitrogen Substrate Utilization by Archival Salmonella typhimurium LT2 Cells, B.S. Tracy, K.K. Edwards, and A. Eisenstark, BMC Evolutionary Biology, 2002, v.2, pp. 1-6.

Regulation of Carbon Utilization by Sulfur Availability in Escherichia coli and Salmonella typhimurium, J.A. Quan, B.L. Schneider, I.T. Paulsen, M. Yamada, N.M. Kredich, and M.H. Saier, Jr., Microbiology, 2002, v.148, pp. 123-131.

Gene Discovery and Gene Function Assignment in Filamentous Fungi, L. Hamer, K. Adachi, M.V. Montenegro-Chamorro, M.M. Tanzer, S.K. Mahanty, C. Lo, R.W. Tarpey, A.R. Skalchunes, R.W. Heiniger, S.A. Frank, B.A. Darveaux, D.J. Lampe, T.M. Slater, L. Ramamurthy, T.M. DeZwaan, G.H. Nelson, J.R. Shuster, J. Woessner, and J.E. Hamer, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 2001, v.9, pp. 5110-5115.

Discovery Technologies, Intermediate Steps Follow Up On Genome Project, N. Flanagan, Genetic Engineering News, 2001, v.21, p.1.

Proteome Chips Promise to Speed Decoding of the Human Genome, M. Downs, Small Times, 2001.

Phenotyping Goes High Throughput with Biolog Phenotype MicroArrays, J. Lane, The Scientist, 2001, v.15.

High-Throughput Cell Analytic Tool, B.R. Bochner, Drug Discovery/Technology News, 2001, v.4.

Phenotype Arrays, A. Marshall, Nature Biotechnology, 2001, v.19, pp. 629.

Cellular Assays to Drug Discovery, T. Mullane, Pharmaceutical Laboratory, June 2000.

The Population Genetics of Ecological Specialization in Evolving Escherichia coli Populations, V. S. Cooper and R. E. Lenski, Nature, 2000, v.407, pp. 736-739.

Megaplasmid pRme2011a of Sinorhizobium meliloti is Not Required for Viability, I. J. Oresnik, S. Liu, C. K. Yost, and M. F. Hynes, Journal of Bacteriology, 2000, v.182, pp. 3582-3586.

The Consequences of Growth of a Mutator Strain of Escherichia coli as Measured by Loss of Function Among Multiple Gene Targets and Loss of Fitness, P. Funchain, A. Yeung, J. L. Stewart, R. Lin, M. M. Slupska, and J. H. Miller, Genetics Society of America, 2000, v.154, pp. 959-970.

Diagnostic Advances: Genotypic, Phenotypic, Fast, J.F. Fox, ASM News, 2000, v.66, pp. 391-392.

Phenotype MicroArrays for Mammalian Cells

Spermine synthase deficiency causes lysosomal dysfunction and oxidative stress in models of Snyder-Robinson syndrome, C. Li, J. Brazill, S. Liu, C. Bello, Y. Zhu, M. Morimoto, L. Cascio, R. Pauly, Z. Diaz-Perez, M. Malicdan, H. Wang, L. Boccuto, C. Schwartz, W. Gahl, C. Boerkoel, R. Grace Zhai, Nature Communications, Nov 2017

Small-molecule inhibitors of PD-1/PD-L1 immune checkpoint alleviate the PD-L1-induced exhaustion of T-cells, P. Thwe, L. Pelgrom, R. Cooper, A. D’Alessandro, B. Everts, E. Amiel, Impact Journals, Aug 2017

Cell-Intrinsic Glycogen Metabolism Supports Early Glycolytic Reprogramming Required for Dendritic Cell Immune Responses, P. Thwe, L. Pelgrom, R. Cooper, A. D’Alessandro, B. Everts, E. Amiel, CellPress, Sept 2017

Individual-specific Variation in the Respiratory Activities of HMECs and Their Bioenergetic Response to IGF1 and TNF, S. Schneider, E. Henchey, N. Sultana, S. Morin, J. Jerry, G. Makari-Judson, G. Crisi, R. Arenas, M. Johnson, H. Mason, N. Yadava, Journal of Cellular Physiology, April 2017

Individual-specific Variation in the Respiratory Activities of HMECs and Their Bioenergetic Response to IGF1 and TNFα, Schneider SS, Henchey EM, Sultana N, Morin SM, Jerry DJ, Makari-Judson G, Crisi GM, Arenas RB, Johnson M, Mason HS, Yadava N, PubMed, March 2017

Controlling false discoveries in high-dimensional situations: boosting with stability selection, B. Hofner, L. Boccuto and M. Gö̈ker, BMC Bioinformatics, 2015

The non-apoptotic action of Bcl-xL: regulating Ca2+ signaling and bioenergetics at the ER-mitochondrion interface, A. Williams & T. Hayashi & D. Wolozny & B. Yin & T. Su & M. Betenbaugh & T. Su, Springer Science, May 2016

Metabolic fingerprints of human primary endothelial and fibroblast cells, P. Zigon , K. Mrak-Poljsak, K. Lakota, M. Tercelj, S. Cucnik, M. Tomsic, S. Sodin-Semrl, Metabolomics, May 2016

TCA Cycle and Mitochondrial Membrane Potential Are Necessary for Diverse Biological Functions, Martínez-Reyes I, Diebold LP, Kong H, Schieber M, Huang H, Hensley CT, Mehta MM, Wang T, Santos JH, Woychik R, Dufour E, Spelbrink JN, Weinberg SE, Zhao Y, DeBerardinis RJ, Chandel NS, Molecular Cell 2016

Aberrant tryptophan metabolism: the unifying biochemical basis for autism spectrum disorders? Schwartz CE, Biomark Med, December 2014,

Profiling of human normal and cancer cell lines using phenotype microarray analysis. Nitika Parmar, Nichole Wetton, Shelley Alvarado and Shane Kennedy, The FASEB Journal, April 2014,

PThe nutritional phenome of EMT-induced cancer stem-like cells. Elisabet Cuyas, Bruna Corominas-Faja, Javier A. Menendez, Oncotarget, June 2014,

DuctApe: A suite for the analysis and correlation of genomic and OmniLog Phenotype MicroArray data Marco Galardini, Alessio Mengoni, Emanuele G. Biondi, Roberto Semeraro, Alessandro Florio, Marco Bazzicalupo, Anna Benedetti, Stefano Mocali, Genomics (2013)

Gossypol and an HMT G9a inhibitor act in synergy to induce cell death in pancreatic cancer cells Y Yuan, AJ Tang, AB Castoreno, S-Y Kuo, Q Wang, P Kuballa, R Xavier, AF Shamji, SL Schreiber and BK Wagner, Cell Death and Disease (2013)

Decreased tryptophan metabolism in patients with autism spectrum disordersLuigi Boccuto, Chin-Fu Chen, Ayla R Pittman, Cindy D Skinner, Heather J McCartney, Kelly Jones, Barry R Bochner, Roger E Stevenson and Charles E Schwartz, Molecular Autism 2013

Zbtb16 has a role in brown adipocyte bioenergetics C L Plaisier, B J Bennett, A He, B Guan, A J Lusis, K Reue, and L Vergnes,Nutrition and Diabetes (2012)

Glutathionylation of UCP2 sensitizes drug resistant leukemia cells to chemotherapeutics Aline Pfefferle, Ryan J. Mailloux, Cyril Nii-Klu Adjeitey, Mary-Ellen Harper, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta 1833 (2013) 80-89

Metabolic Profiling Reveals a Role for Androgen in Activating Amino Acid Metabolism and Methylation in Prostate Cancer Cells N Putluri, et. al., PLoS One, July 2011, v. 6, pp. 1-13

Chromosomal Instability Confers Intrinsic Multidrug Resistance Alvin J.X. Lee, David Endesfelder, Andrew J. Rowan, et. al., Cancer Research 2011, V. 71, pp. 1858-1870

Identification of Pten-loss Induced Chemo-Sensitivity Using Phenotype MicroArray Screening Adam Naguib, Dawid G. Nowak, Christopher Pratt, and Lloyd Trotman Poster – AACR CSHL

Assay of the Multiple Energy-Producing Pathways of Mammalian Cells Barry R. Bochner, Mark Siri, Richard H Huang, Shawn Nobel, Xiang-He Lei, Paul A. Clemons, Bridget K. Wagner. PLoS One, March 2011, v. 6 pp. 1-8

Metabolic Analysis of Isogenic Cells with Altered Cancer-Related Genes Barry R. Bochner, Shawn Noble, Biolog, Inc. Hayward, CA, USA; Rob Howes, Christopher Torrance, Horizon Discovery, Cambridge, UK. Poster Session – Keystone Conference on Cancer and Metabolism, Vancouver, BC, March 2010