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Broadbent, A.A.D.* et al.: Climate change alters temporal dynamics of alpine soil microbial functioning and biogeochemical cycling via earlier snowmelt. ISME J. 15, 2264–2275 (2021)
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Kang-Yun, C.S.* et al.: Evidence for methanobactin "Theft" and novel chalkophore production in methanotrophs: Impact on methanotrophic-mediated methylmercury degradation. ISME J., DOI: 10.1038/s41396-021-01062-1 (2021)
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Klatt, J.M.* et al.: Versatile cyanobacteria control the timing and extent of sulfide production in a Proterozoic analog microbial mat. ISME J. 14, 3024-3037 (2020)
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Müller, H.* ; Marozava, S. ; Probst, A.J.* & Meckenstock, R.U.*: Groundwater cable bacteria conserve energy by sulfur disproportionation. ISME J. 14, 623-634 (2020)
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Kundu, K. et al.: Defining lower limits of biodegradation: atrazine degradation regulated by mass transfer and maintenance demand in Arthrobacter aurescens TC1. ISME J. 13, 2236-2251 (2019)
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Kundu, K. et al.: Defining lower limits of biodegradation: Atrazine degradation regulated by mass transfer and maintenance demand in Arthrobacter aurescens TC1 (vol 13, pg 2236, 2019). ISME J. 14, 323-323 (2019)
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Zhao, Z.* et al.: Microbial transformation of virus-induced dissolved organic matter from picocyanobacteria: Coupling of bacterial diversity and DOM chemodiversity. ISME J. 13, 2551–2565 (2019)
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Dong, X. et al.: Fermentative Spirochaetes mediate necromass recycling in anoxic hydrocarbon-contaminated habitats. ISME J. 12, 2039-2050 (2018)
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Karwautz, C. ; Kus, G.* ; Stöckl, M. ; Neu, T.R.* & Lueders, T.: Microbial megacities fueled by methane oxidation in a mineral spring cave. ISME J. 12, 87-100 (2018)
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Toyofuku, M.* et al.: Membrane vesicle-mediated bacterial communication. ISME J. 11, 1504-1509 (2017)
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Glaeser, S.P.* et al.: Non-pathogenic Rhizobium radiobacter F4 deploys plant beneficial activity independent of its host Piriformospora indica. ISME J. 10, 871-884 (2016)
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Müller, H. et al.: Long-distance electron transfer by cable bacteria in aquifer sediments. ISME J. 10, 2010-2019 (2016)
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Kurmayer, R.* ; Blom, J.F.* ; Deng, L. & Pernthaler, J.*: Integrating phylogeny, geographic niche partitioning and secondary metabolite synthesis in bloom-forming Planktothrix. ISME J. 9, 909-921 (2015)
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Steinbach, A.* et al.: Clay minerals and metal oxides strongly influence the structure of alkane-degrading microbial communities during soil maturation. ISME J. 9, 1687-1691 (2015)
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Tedersoo, L.* et al.: Tree diversity and species identity effects on soil fungi, protists and animals are context dependent. ISME J. 10, 346-362 (2015)
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Daniel, H.* et al.: High-fat diet alters gut microbiota physiology in mice. ISME J. 8, 295–308 (2014)
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Kleindienst, S.* et al.: Diverse sulfate-reducing bacteria of the Desulfosarcina/Desulfococcus clade are the key alkane degraders at marine seeps. ISME J. 8, 2029-2044 (2014)
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Walker, A. et al.: Distinct signatures of host-microbial meta-metabolome and gut microbiome in two C57BL/6 strains under high-fat diet. ISME J. 8, 2380-2396 (2014)
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Berry, D.* et al.: Phylotype-level 16S rRNA analysis reveals new bacterial indicators of health state in acute murine colitis. ISME J. 6, 2091-2106 (2012)
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Schulz, S. et al.: Plant litter and soil type drive abundance, activity and community structure of alkB harbouring microbes in different soil compartments. ISME J. 6, 1763-1774 (2012)