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Peer-Reviewed Articles

Antony CP, Kumaresan D, Ferrando F, Boden R, Moussard H, Scavino AF, Shouche Y, Murrell JC (2010) Active methylotrophs in the sediments of Lonar Lake, a saline and alkaline ecosystem formed by meteor impact. ISME J. In Press.

Boden R, Kelly DP, Murrell JC, Schäfer H (2010) Metabolism of dimethylsulfide to tetrathionate by Methylophaga thiooxidans sp. nov.: a new link in the sulfur cycle. Env. Microbiol. In Press.

Schäfer H, Myronova N, Boden R (2010) Microbial degradation of dimethylsulphide and related C1-sulphur compounds: organisms and pathways controlling fluxes of sulphur in the biosphere. J. Exp. Bot. 61: 315-334.

Chen Y, Wu L, Boden R, Hillebrand A, Kumaresan D, Moussard H, Baciu M, Lu Y, Murrell JC (2009) Life without light: microbial diversity and evidence of sulfur- and ammonium-based chemolithotrophy in Movile Cave. ISME J. 3: 1093-1104.

Boden R, Thomas E, Savani P, Kelly DP, Wood AP (2008) Novel methylotrophic bacteria isolated from the River Thames (London, UK). Environ. Microbiol. 10: 3225-3236.

Neufeld JD, Boden R, Moussard H, Schäfer H, Murrell JC (2008) Substrate-specific clades of active marine methylotrophs associated with a phytoplankton bloom in a temperate coastal environment. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 74: 7321-7328.

Neufeld JD, Schäfer H, Cox MJ, Boden, R, McDonald IR and Murrell JC (2007) Stable-isotope probing implicates Methylophaga spp. and novel Gammaproteobacteria in marine methanol and methylamine metabolism. ISME J 1:480-491.

Ebringer A, Rashid T, Wilson C, Boden R, Thompson E (2005) A possible link between multiple sclerosis and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease based on clinical, genetic, pathological and immunological evidence involving Acinetobacter bacteria. Med. Hypoth. 64: 487-494.

Lay Press

Boden R (2008) Stumped. New Scientist 198: 73.

Boden R (2008) Slime time. New Scientist 198: 65.

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Rich Boden

Rich dot Boden at warwick dot ac dot uk

D14 School of Life Sciences
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