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  • Rihtman, Branko, Bowman-Grahl, Sabine, Millard, Andrew, Corrigan, Rebecca M., Clokie, Martha R. J., Scanlan, David J.. 2019. Cyanophage MazG is a pyrophosphohydrolase but unable to hydrolyse magic spot nucleotides. Environmental Microbiology Reports, 11 (3), pp. 448-445, View
  • Michniewski, Slawomir, Redgwell, Tamsin, Grigonyte, Aurelija, Rihtman, Branko, Aguilo-Ferretjans, Maria, Christie-Oleza, Joseph, Jameson, Eleanor, Scanlan, David J., Millard, Andrew D.. 2019. Riding the wave of genomics to investigate aquatic coliphage diversity and activity. Environmental Microbiology, 21 (6), pp. 2112-2128, View
  • Miles, Jennifer A., Machattou, Petrina, Nevin-Jones, David, Webb, Michael E., Millard, Andrew, Scanlan, David J., Taylor, Paul C.. 2019. Identification of a cyanobacterial aldehyde dehydrogenase that produces retinoic acid in vitro. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 510 (1), pp. 27-34, View
  • Grébert, Théophile, Doré, Hugo, Partensky, Frédéric, Farrant, Gregory K., Boss, Emmanuel S., Picheral, Marc, Guidi, Lionel, Pesant, Stéphane, Scanlan, David J., Wincker, Patrick, Acinas, Silvia G., Kehoe, David M., Garczarek, Laurence. 2018. Light color acclimation is a key process in the global ocean distribution of Synechococcus cyanobacteria. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 115 (9), pp. E2010-E2019, View
  • Puxty, R. J., Evans, David J., Millard, Andrew D., Scanlan, David J.. 2018. Energy limitation of cyanophage development : implications for marine carbon cycling. ISME Journal, 12, pp. 1273-1286, View
  • Perez-Sepulveda, Blanca, Pitt, Frances Diana, N'Guyen, A. N., Ratin, M., Garczarek, L., Millard, Andrew D., Scanlan, David J.. 2018. Relative stability of ploidy in a marine Synechococcus across various growth conditions. Environmental Microbiology, 10 (4), pp. 428-432, View
  • Smith, Alastair, Rihtman, Branko, Stirrup, Rachel, Silvano, Eleonora, Mausz, Michaela A., Scanlan, David J., Chen, Yin. 2018. Elucidation of glutamine lipid biosynthesis in marine bacteria reveals its importance under phosphorus deplete growth in Rhodobacteraceae. The ISME Journal, 84, View
  • Wei, Tao, Quareshy, Mussa, Zhang, Yu-zhong, Scanlan, David J., Chen, Yin. 2018. Manganese is essential for PlcP metallophosphoesterase activity involved in lipid 2 remodelling in abundant marine heterotrophic bacteria. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 84, pp. e01109-18, View
  • Lidbury, Ian, Mausz, Michaela A., Scanlan, David J., Chen, Yin. 2017. Identification of dimethylamine monooxygenase in marine bacteria reveals a metabolic bottleneck in the methylated amine degradation pathway. ISME Journal, 11, pp. 1592-1601, View
  • Lidbury, Ian, Fraser, Tandra, Murphy, Andrew, Scanlan, David J., Bending, G. D. (Gary D.), Jones, Alexandra M., Moore, Jonathan D., Goodall, Andrew, Tibbett, Mark, Hammond, John P., Wellington, E. M. H.. 2017. The 'known' genetic potential for microbial communities to degrade organic phosphorus is reduced in low-pH soils.. MicrobiologyOpen, View
  • Lidbury, Ian, Murphy, Andrew, Fraser, Tandra D., Bending, G. D., Jones, Alexandra M., Moore, Jonathan D., Goodall, Andrew, Tibbetts, Mark, Hammond, John P., Scanlan, David J., Wellington, E. M. H.. 2017. Identification of extracellular glycerophosphodiesterases in Pseudomonas and their role in soil organic phosphorus remineralisation. Scientific Reports, 7 (1), View
  • Richa, Kumari, Balestra, Cecilia, Piredda, Roberta, Benes, Vladimir, Borra, Marco, Passarelli, Augusto, Margiotta, Francesca, Saggiomo, Maria, Biffali, Elio, Sanges, Remo, Scanlan, David J., Casotti, Raffaella. 2017. Distribution, community composition and potential metabolic activity of bacterioplankton in an urbanized Mediterranean Sea coastal zone. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 83 (17), View
  • Michniewski, Slawomir, Redgwell, Tamsin, Scanlan, David J., Millard, Andrew D.. 2017. Draft genome sequence of Bacteriophage vB_Eco_swan01. Genome Announcements, 5 (28), pp. 1-17, View
  • Pittera, Justine, Jouhet, Juliette, Breton, Solà¨ne, Garczarek, Laurence, Partensky, Frédéric, Maréchal, Éric, Nguyen, Ngoc A., Doré, Hugo, Ratin, Morgane, Pitt, Frances Diana, Scanlan, David J., Six, Christophe. 2017. Thermoacclimation and genome adaptation of the membrane lipidome in marine Synechococcus. Environmental Microbiology, 20 (2), pp. 612-631, View
  • Christie-Oleza, Joseph Alexander, Sousoni, Despoina, Lloyd, Matthew, Armengaud, Jean, Scanlan, David J.. 2017. Nutrient recycling facilitates long-term stability of marine microbial phototroph-heterotroph interactions. Nature microbiology, 2, View
  • Helliwell, Katherine Emma, Lawrence, Andrew David, Holzer, Andre, Kudahl, Johan, Sasso, Severin, Kräutler, Bernhard, Scanlan, David J., Warren , Martin James, Smith, Alison Gail. 2016. Cyanobacteria and eukaryotic algae use different chemical variants of vitamin B12. Current Biology, 26 (8), pp. 999-1008, View
  • West, Nyree J., Lepà¨re, Cécile, Manes, Carmem-Lara de O., Catala, Philippe, Scanlan, David J., Lebaron, Philippe. 2016. Distinct spatial patterns of SAR11, SAR86, and actinobacteria diversity along a transect in the ultra-oligotrophic South Pacific ocean. Frontiers in Microbiology, 7, View
  • Farrant, Gregory K., Doré, Hugo, Cornejo-Castillo, Francisco M., Partensky, Frédéric, Ratin, Morgane, Ostrowski, Martin, Pitt, Frances D., Wincker, Patrick, Scanlan, David J., Iudicone, Daniele, Acinas, Silvia G., Garczarek, Laurence. 2016. Delineating ecologically significant taxonomic units from global patterns of marine picocyanobacteria. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 113 (24), pp. E3365-E3374, View
  • Pitt, Frances Diana, Millard, Andrew D., Ostrowski, Martin, Dervish, Suat, Mazard, Sophie, Paulsen, Ian T., Zubkov, Mikhail V., Scanlan, David J.. 2016. A sample-to-sequence protocol for genus targeted transcriptomic profiling : application to marine Synechococcus. Frontiers in Microbiology, 7, View
  • Sebastián, Marta, Smith, Alastair F., González, José M., Fredricks, Helen F., Van Mooy, Benjamin, Koblà­Å¾ek, Michal, Brandsma, Joost, Koster, Grielof, Mestre, Mireia, Mostajir, Behzad, Pitta, Paraskevi, Postle, Anthony D., Sánchez, Pablo, Gasol, Josep M., Scanlan, David J., Chen, Yin, sebastian, marta. 2016. Lipid remodelling is a widespread strategy in marine heterotrophic bacteria upon phosphorus deficiency. The ISME Journal, 10 (4), pp. 968-978, View
  • Lidbury, Ian, Murphy, Andrew, Scanlan, David J., Bending, G. D., Jones, Alexandra M., Moore, Jonathan D., Goodall, Amanda, Hammond, John P., Wellington, E. M. H.. 2016. Comparative genomic, proteomic and exoproteomic analyses of three Pseudomonas strains reveals novel insights into the phosphorus scavenging capabilities of soil bacteria. Environmental Microbiology, 18 (10), pp. 3535-3549, View
  • Puxty, Richard J., Millard, Andrew D., Evans, David J., Scanlan, David J.. 2016. Viruses inhibit CO2 fixation in the most abundant phototrophs on earth. Current Biology, 26 (12), pp. 1585-1589, View
  • Perez-Sepulveda, Blanca, Redgwell, Tamsin, Rihtman, Branko, Pitt, Frances Diana, Scanlan, David J., Millard, Andrew D., Hantke, Klaus. 2016. Marine phage genomics : the tip of the iceberg. FEMS Microbiology Letters, 363 (15), View
  • Grob, Carolina, Jardillier, Ludwig, Hartmann, Manuela, Ostrowski, Martin, Zubkov, Mikhail V., Scanlan, David J.. 2015. Cell-specific CO2 fixation rates of two distinct groups of plastidic protists in the Atlantic Ocean remain unchanged after nutrient addition. Environmental Microbiology Reports, Volume 7 (Number 2), pp. 211-218, View
  • Zubkov, Mikhail V., Martin, Adrian P., Hartmann, Manuela, Grob, Carolina, Scanlan, David J.. 2015. Dominant oceanic bacteria secure phosphate using a large extracellular buffer. Nature Communications, 6, View
  • Evans, Claire, Gómez-Pereira, Paola R., Martin, Adrian P., Scanlan, David J., Zubkov, Mikhail V.. 2015. Photoheterotrophy of bacterioplankton is ubiquitous in the surface oligotrophic ocean. Progress in Oceanography, Volume 135, pp. 139-145, View
  • Christie-Oleza, Joseph Alexander, Scanlan, David J., Armengaud, Jean. 2015. “You produce while I clean up”, a strategy revealed by exoproteomics during Synechococcus-Roseobacter interactions. Proteomics, 15 (20), pp. 3454-3462, View
  • Christie-Oleza, Joseph Alexander, Armengaud, Jean, Guerin, Philippe, Scanlan, David J.. 2015. Functional distinctness in the exoproteomes of marine Synechococcus. Environmental Microbiology, 17 (10), pp. 3781-3794, View
  • Lepà¨re, Cécile, Ostrowski, Martin, Hartmann, Manuela, Zubkov, Mikhail V., Scanlan, David J.. 2015. In situ associations between marine photosynthetic picoeukaryotes and potential parasites - a role for fungi?. Environmental Microbiology Reports, 8 (4), pp. 445-451, View
  • Chan, Yi-Wah, Millard, Andrew D., Wheatley, Peter J., Holmes, Antony B., Mohr, Remus, Whitworth, Anna L., Mann, Nicholas H., Larkum, Anthony W. D., Hess, Wolfgang R., Scanlan, David J., Clokie, Martha R. J.. 2015. Genomic and proteomic characterization of two novel siphovirus infecting the sedentary facultative epibiont cyanobacterium Acaryochloris marina. Environmental Microbiology, 17 (11), pp. 4239-4252, View


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