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2015 Publications

  1. Billings AF, Fortney JL, Hazen TC, Simmons B, Davenport KW, Goodwin L, Ivanova N, Kyrpides NC, Mavromatis K, Woyke T, DeAngelis KM. 2015. Genome sequence and description of the anaerobic lignin-degrading bacterium Tolumonas lignolytica sp nov. Standards in Genomic Sciences 10:doi 10.1186/s40793-015-0100-3.
  2. Boyle D, Boran H, Atfield AJ, Henry TB. 2015. Use of an exposure chamber to maintain aqueous phase nanoparticle dispersions for improved toxicity testing in fish. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 34:583-588.
  3. Brewer S, Techtmann SM, Mahmoudi N, Niang D, Pfiffner S, Hazen TC. 2015. Co-extraction of DNA and PLFA from soil samples. Journal of Microbiological Methods, doi:10.1016/j.mimet.2015.05.018.
  4. Capiro NL, Loffler FE, Pennell KD. 2015. Spatial and temporal dynamics of organohalide-respiring bacteria in a heterogeneous PCE-DNAPL source zone. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 182:78-90.
  5. Damann FE, Williams DE, Layton AC. 2015. Potential use of bacterial community succession in decaying human bone for estimating postmortem interval. Journal of Forensic Sciences, doi:10.1111/1556-4029.12744.
  6. Devereux R, Mosher JJ, Vishnivetskaya TA, Brown SD, Beddick DL, Yates DF, Palumbo AV. 2015. Changes in northern Gulf of Mexico sediment bacterial and archaeal communities exposed to hypoxia. Geobiology. doi:10.1111/gbi.12142.
  7. Du L, Arnholt K, Ripp S, Sayler G, Wang S, Du C, Wang J, Zhuang J. 2015. Biological toxicity of cellulose nanocrystals (CNCs) against the luxCDABE-based bioluminescent bioreporter Escherichia coli 652T7. Ecotoxicology, doi:10.1007/s10646-015-1555-0.
  8. Eaton L, Edmonds EJ, Henry TB, Snellgrove DL, Sloman KA. 2015. Mild maternal stress disrupts associative learning and increases aggression in offspring. Hormones and Behavior 71:10-15.
  9. Eldridge M, Franca DD, Montagner CC, Quinaglia GA, Sayler G, Jardim WF, Umbuzeiro GA. 2015. Comparison of two yeast bioluminescent assays applied to water monitoring of estrogenic activity, Applied Research in Toxicology 1:1-8.
  10. Filley TR, Li ML, Zhuang J, Yu GR, Sayler G, Ouyang ZY, Han XG, Zhang XD, Jiang GB, Zhou CH, Wang F, Bickham JW. 2015. Bi-national research and education cooperation in the US-China EcoPartnership for Environmental Sustainability. Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy 7:8, doi 10.1063/1.4928742.
  11. Fleming JT, Islam SK, Bull ND, Sayler GS. 2015. Development and characterization of a living-cell bioluminescent bioreporter integrated circuit (BBIC). In Thouand G, Marks RS (ed.), Bioluminescent Microbial Biosensors: Design, Construction and Implementation. Pan Stanford Publishing, Singapore.
  12. Gross J, Farokhkish B, Cornacione M, Shaw S, Nguyen PL, Henry TB. 2015. Potential use of direct current electric fields to eradicate rainbow trout embryos from freshwater ecosystems. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 35:871-879.
  13. Hemme CL, Tu QC, Shi Z, Qin YJ, Gao WM, Deng Y, Van Nostrand JD, Wu LY, He ZL, Chain PSG, Tringe SG, Fields MW, Rubin EM, Tiedje JM, Hazen TC, Arkin AP, Zhou JZ. 2015. Comparative metagenomics reveals impact of contaminants on groundwater microbiomes. Frontiers in Microbiology 6:doi 10.3389/fmicb.2015.01205.
  14. Henry TB. 2015. Ecotoxicology of polychlorinated biphenyls in fish-a critical review. Critical Reviews in Toxicology 45:643-661.
  15. Hwang C, Copeland A, Lucas S, Lapidus A, Barry K, Glavina Del Rio T, Dalin E, Tice H, Pitluck S, Sims D, Brettin T, Bruce DC, Detter JC, Han CS, Schmutz J, Larimer FW, Land ML, Hauser LJ, Kyrpides N, Lykidis A, Richardson P, Belieav A, Sanford RA, Loeffler FE, Fields MW. 2015. Complete genome sequence of Anaeromyxobacter sp. Fw109-5, an anaerobic, metal-reducing bacterium isolated from a contaminated subsurface environment. Genome Announcements 3:doi 10.1128/genomeA.01449-14.
  16. Im J, Prevatte CW, Campagna SR, Loffler FE. 2015. Identification of 4-hydroxycumyl alcohol as the major MnO2-mediated bisphenol A transformation product and evaluation of its environmental fate. Environmental Science & Technology 49:6214-6221.
  17. Kennedy RC, Fling RR, Terry PD, Menn FM, Chen JG, Borman CJ. 2015. Extraction of 3,4,4 ‘-trichlorocarbanilide from rat fecal samples for determination by high pressure liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 12:8125-8132.
  18. Kennedy RCM, Menn FM, Healy L, Fecteau KA, Hu P, Bae J, Gee NA, Lasley BL, Zhao L, Chen JG. 2015. Early life triclocarban exposure during lactation affects neonate rat survival. Reproductive Sciences 22:75-89.
  19. King GM, Kostka JE, Hazen TC, Sobecky PA. 2015. Microbial responses to the deepwater horizon oil spill: From coastal wetlands to the deep sea. Annual Review of Marine Science 7:377-401.
  20. Lau MCY, Stackhouse BT, Layton AC, Chauhan A, Vishnivetskaya TA, Chourey K, Mykytczuk NCS, Bennett PC, Lamarche-Gagnon G, Burton N, Ronholm J, Pollard WH, Omelon CR, Medvigy DM, Hettich RL, Pfiffner SM, Whyte LG, Onstott TC. 2015. An active atmospheric methane sink in high Arctic mineral cryosols. The ISME Journal, doi:10.1038/ismej.2015.13.
  21. Loffler FE, Yan J, Ritalahti KM, Adrian L, Edwards EA, Konstantinidis KT, Muller JA, Fullerton H, Zinder SH, Spormann AM. 2015. Dehalococcoides mccartyi gen. nov., sp. nov., obligately organohalide-respiring anaerobic bacteria relevant to halogen cycling and bioremediation, belong to a novel bacterial class, Dehalococcoidia classis nov., order Dehalococcoidales ord. nov. and family Dehalococcoidaceae fam. nov., within the phylum Chloroflexi. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 65:2015-2015.
  22. Mahmoudi N, Robeson MS, 2nd, Castro HF, Fortney JL, Techtmann SM, Joyner DC, Paradis CJ, Pfiffner SM, Hazen TC. 2015. Microbial community composition and diversity in Caspian Sea sediments. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 91:1-11.
  23. Sitte J, Loffler S, Burkhardt EM, Goldfarb KC, Buchel G, Hazen TC, Kusel K. 2015. Metals other than uranium affected microbial community composition in a historical uranium-mining site. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 22:19326-19341.
  24. Smith SD, Bridou R, Johs A, Parks JM, Elias DA, Hurt RA, Brown SD, Podar M, Wall JD. 2015. Site-directed mutagenesis of HgcA and HgcB reveals amino acid residues important for mercury methylation. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 81:3205-3217.
  25. Smith MB, Rocha AM, Smillie CS, Olesen SW, Paradis C, Wu LY, Campbell JH, Fortney JL, Mehlhorn TL, Lowe KA, Earles JE, Phillips J, Techtmann SM, Joyner DC, Elias DA, Bailey KL, Hurt RA, Preheim SP, Sanders MC, Yang J, Mueller MA, Brooks S, Watson DB, Zhang P, He ZL, Dubinsky EA, Adams PD, Arkin AP, Fields MW, Zhou JZ, Alm EJ, Hazen TC. 2015. Natural bacterial communities serve as quantitative geochemical biosensors. mBio 6, doi:10.1128/mBio.00326-15.
  26. Stackhouse BT, Vishnivetskaya TA, Layton A, Chauhan A, Pfiffner S, Mykytczuk NC, Sanders R, Whyte LG, Hedin L, Saad N, Myneni S, Onstott TC. 2015. Effects of simulated spring thaw of permafrost from mineral cryosol on CO2 emissions and atmospheric CH4 uptake. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 120:1764-1784.
  27. Techtmann SM, Fortney JL, Ayers KA, Joyner DC, Linley TD, Pfiffner SM, Hazen TC. 2015. The unique chemistry of Eastern Mediterranean water masses selects for distinct microbial communities by depth. PLoS ONE 10:e0120605.
  28. Thorgersen MP, Lancaster WA, Vaccaro BJ, Poole FL, Rocha AM, Mehlhorn T, Pettenato A, Ray J, Waters RJ, Melnyk RA, Chakraborty R, Hazen TC, Deutschbauer AM, Arkin AP, Adams MWW. 2015. Molybdenum availability is key to nitrate removal in contaminated groundwater environments. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 81:4976-4983.
  29. Towers CV, Terry PD, Lewis D, Howard B, Chambers W, Armistead C, Weitz B, Porter S, Borman CJ, Kennedy RCM, Chen J. 2015. Transplacental passage of antimicrobial paraben preservatives. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology 25:604-607.
  30. Vishnivetskaya TA, Hamilton-Brehm SD, Podar M, Mosher JJ, Palumbo AV, Phelps TJ, Keller M, Elkins JG. 2015. Community analysis of plant biomass-degrading microorganisms from Obsidian Pool, Yellowstone National Park. Microbial Ecology 69:333-345.
  31. Wang J, Eldridge M, Menn FM, Dykes T, Sayler G. 2015. Standardized application of yeast bioluminescent reporters as endocrine disruptor screen for comparative analysis of wastewater effluents from membrane bioreactor and traditional activated sludge. Ecotoxicology, doi:10.1007/s10646-015-1556-z:1-12.
  32. Wang ZW, Zeng XF, Geng MS, Chen CY, Cai JC, Yu XM, Hou YY, Zhang H. 2015. Health risks of heavy metals uptake by crops grown in a sewage irrigation area in China. Polish Journal of Environmental Studies 24:1379-1386.
  33. Xu T, Marr E, Lam H, Ripp S, Sayler G, Close D. 2015. Real-time toxicity and metabolic activity tracking of human cells exposed to Escherichia coli O157:H7 in a mixed consortia. Ecotoxicology, doi:10.1007/s10646-015-1552-3.
  34. Xu X, Oliff K, Xu T, Ripp S, Sayler G, Zhuang J. 2015. Microbial availability of mercury: Effective detection and organic ligand effect using a whole-cell bioluminescent bioreporter. Ecotoxicology, doi:10.1007/s10646-015-1553-2.
  35. Yoon S, Cruz-Garcia C, Sanford R, Ritalahti KM, Loffler FE. 2015. Denitrification versus respiratory ammonification: environmental controls of two competing dissimilatory NO3-/NO2– reduction pathways in Shewanella loihica strain PV-4. ISME Journal 9:1093-1104.
  36. Yoon S, Sanford RA, Loffler FE. 2015. Nitrite control over dissimilatory nitrate/nitrite reduction pathways in Shewanella loihica strain PV-4. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 81:3510-3517.
  37. Zeng X, Twardowska I, Wei S, Sun L, Wang J, Zhu J, Cai J. 2015. Removal of trace metals and improvement of dredged sediment dewaterability by bioleaching combined with Fenton-like reaction. Journal of Hazardous Materials 288:51-59.
  38. Zeng XF, Wang ZW, Wang J, Guo JT, Chen XJ, Zhuang J. 2015. Health risk assessment of heavy metals via dietary intake of wheat grown in Tianjin sewage irrigation area. Ecotoxicology 24:2115-2124.
  39. Zeng XF, Wei SH, Sun LN, Jacques DA, Tang JX, Lian MH, Ji ZH, Wang J, Zhu JY, Xu ZX. 2015. Bioleaching of heavy metals from contaminated sediments by the Aspergillus niger strain SY1. Journal of Soils and Sediments 15:1029-1038.
  40. Zhang P, Van Nostrand JD, He ZL, Chakraborty R, Deng Y, Curtis D, Fields MW, Hazen TC, Arkin AP, Zhou JZ. 2015. A slow-release substrate stimulates groundwater microbial communities for long-term in situ Cr(VI) reduction. Environmental Science & Technology 49:12922-12931.
  41. Zhou AF, Hillesland KL, He ZL, Schackwitz W, Tu QC, Zane GM, Ma Q, Qu YY, Stahl DA, Wall JD, Hazen TC, Fields MW, Arkin AP, Zhou JZ. 2015. Rapid selective sweep of pre-existing polymorphisms and slow fixation of new mutations in experimental evolution of Desulfovibrio vulgaris. ISME Journal 9:2360-2372.
  42. Zhuang J, Yu H-Q, Henry T, Sayler G. 2015. Fate and toxic effects of environmental stressors: environmental control. Ecotoxicology, doi:10.1007/s10646-015-1567-9:1-6

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