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2017 Publications

  1. Aguirre-Martinez GV, Reinardy HC, Martin-Diaz ML, Henry TB. 2017. Response of gene expression in zebrafish exposed to pharmaceutical mixtures: Implications for environmental risk. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 142:471-479.
  2. Akondi RN, Trexler RV, Sharma S, Pfiffner SM, Mouser PJ. 2017. Optimized lipid extraction methods for deep subsurface shale. Frontiers in Microbiology 8:e1408.
  3. Brown VA, Willcox EV, Fagan KE, Bernard RF. Identification of southeastern bat species using non-invasive genetic sampling of individual guano pellets. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management, in press.
  4. Catarino AI, Thompson R, Sanderson W, Henry TB. 2017. Development and optimization of a standard method for extraction of microplastics in mussels by enzyme digestion of soft tissues. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 36:947-951.
  5. Chen G, Kleindienst S, Griffiths DR, Mack EE, Seger ES, Loffler FE. Mutualistic interaction between dichloromethane- and chloromethane-degrading bacteria in an anaerobic mixed culture. Environmental Microbiology, in press.
  6. Chowdhary J, Loffler FE, Smith JC. 2017. Community detection in sequence similarity networks based on attribute clustering. PLoS ONE 12.
  7. Cravens ZM, Brown VA, Divoll TJ, Boyles JG. 2017. Illuminating prey selection in an insectivorous bat community, exposed to artificial light at night. Journal of Applied Ecology 10.1111/1365-2664.13036.
  8. Henry TB, Marioni-Henry K. 2017. Author gender and career progression in Environmental Science & Technology. Environmental Science & Technology 51:9417-9418.
  9. Kleindienst S, Higgins SA, Tsementzi D, Chen G, Konstantinidis KT, Mack EE, Loffler FE. 2017. ‘Candidatus Dichloromethanomonas elyunquensis’ gen. nov., sp nov., a dichloromethane-degrading anaerobe of the Peptococcaceae family. Systematic and Applied Microbiology 40:150-159.
  10. Krauel JJ, Brown VA, Westbrook JK, McCracken GF. 2017. Predator–prey interaction reveals local effects of high-altitude insect migration. Oecologia doi:10.1007/s00442-017-3995-0.
  11. Meyers A, Chourey K, Weiskittel TM, Pfiffner S, Dunlap JR, Hettich RL, Dalhaimer P. 2017. The protein and neutral lipid composition of lipid droplets isolated from the fission yeast, Schizosaccharomyces pombe. Journal of Microbiology 55:112-122.
  12. Simsir B, Yan J, Im J, Graves D, Loffler FE. 2017. Natural attenuation in streambed sediment receiving chlorinated solvents from underlying fracture networks. Environmental Science & Technology 51:4821-4830.
  13. Sleight VA, Bakir A, Thompson RC, Henry TB. 2017. Assessment of microplastic-sorbed contaminant bioavailability through analysis of biomarker gene expression in larval zebrafish. Marine Pollution Bulletin 116:291-297.
  14. Stackhouse B, Lau MCY, Vishnivetskaya T, Burton N, Wang R, Southworth A, Whyte L, Onstott TC. 2017. Atmospheric CH4 oxidation by Arctic permafrost and mineral cryosols as a function of water saturation and temperature. Geobiology 15:94-111.
  15. Vulava VM, Vaughn DS, McKay LD, Driese SG, Cooper LW, Menn FM, Levine NS, Sayler GS. 2017. Flood-induced transport of PAHs from streambed coal tar deposits. Science of the Total Environment 575:247-257.
  16. Wang PH, Tang SQ, Nemr K, Flick R, Yan J, Mahadevan R, Yakunin AF, Loffler FE, Edwards EA. 2017. Refined experimental annotation reveals conserved corrinoid autotrophy in chloroform-respiring Dehalobacter isolates. ISME Journal 11:626-640.
  17. Xu T, Marr E, Sayler G, Ripp S. Monitoring endocrine disrupting contaminants using high-throughput bioluminescent yeast assays. Methods in Molecular Biology, in press.
  18. Xu T, Young A, Marr E, Sayler G, Ripp S, Close D. A rapid and reagent-free bioassay for the detection of dioxin-like compounds and other aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR) agonists using autobioluminescent yeast. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, in press.
  19. Yang Y, Capiro NL, Marcet TF, Yan J, Pennell KD, Loffler FE. 2017. Organohalide respiration with chlorinated ethenes under low pH conditions. Environmental Science & Technology 51:8579-8588.
  20. Yang Y, Higgins SA, Yan J, Simsir B, Chourey K, Iyer R, Hettich RL, Baldwin B, Ogles DM, Loffler FE. 2017. Grape pomace compost harbors organohalide-respiring Dehalogenimonas species with novel reductive dehalogenase genes. ISME Journal 10.1038/ismej.2017.127.

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