Advanced Phenotypic Analysis

 
 
 
 

Bibliography

  1. Bibliography of Publications on Biolog Applications
    Updated February 2014 Section 1
    Medical Microbiology and Evaluations
    1045
    Identifying 'Unusual' Infectious Organisms in Immunocompromised Patients, I. Hart, Reprint from European Clinical Laboratory, 2002.
    1043
    Comparison of Vitek 32 and MicroLog ML3 Systems for Identification of Select Biological Warfare Agents, J.C. David, W.L. Thomas, R.J. Burgess, and T.L. Hadfield, Abstract from the ASM 101st General Meeting, May 2001. Plus Poster C-335 Presented at 101st General Meeting of the American Society of Microbiology, May 2001
    1042
    Molecular Fingerprinting Using AFLP for Temporally Dispersed Brucella from Illinois, M.E. Dobson, J.C. David, R.S. Weyant, B. Zhang, and T.L. Hadfield, Abstract from the ASM 101st General Meeting, May 2001
    1040
    Characterization of EF-4 Bacterial Strains by Metabolic and Genomic Fingerprinting, R. Singh, S. Qaiyumi, J. W. Allen, and H. N. Williams, Abstract from the ASM 100th General Meeting, May 21- 25, 2000
    1036
    Coagulase-Negative Staphylococci Isolated from Acute Otitis Externa, D.W. Storman, C. McLean, M. McDonald, L. Clark, G. Cupp, and J. Runner, Poster presented at American Society for Microbiology, 1999
    1033
    Microbiological Systems, Automated, ECRI, Healthcare Product Comparison Systems, 1995.
    1030
    Evaluation of the Biolog System for the Identification of Medically Important Yeast, M. Romagnoli, J. Osterhout, and W.G. Merz, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 107.
    1029
    Comparison of Automated and Semi-Automated Microbiological Identification Systems with Staphylococcus ATCC Reference Strains, M.E. Wilson, and N.E. Jackson, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 476.
    1028
    Characterization of Aerobic Microbiota Associated with the Tick Vector of Lyme Disease, P.A.W. Martin, A.S. Shropshire, and E.T. Schmidtmann, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 318.
    1025
    Comparison of GENETRAK and BIOLOG, INC. and Standard Methods for Identification of E. coli and Salmonella from Environmental Samples, M.A. Holder-Franklin, S. Brait, and N. Limoges, Abstracts of the Joint Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial Microbiology and the Canadian Society of Microbiologists, 1993, p. 70
    1024
    Comparison of the Identification of Citrobacter DNA Hybridization Genomospecies with Baxter MicroSCAN Walk/Away, Vitek, Biolog Microstation System, IDS Rapid one System, and API20E, S.B. Roman, C.M. O'Hara, and J.M. Miller, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p. 535.
    1023
    Biochemical and Enzymatic Characterization of Citrobacteria, D.F. Hanson, S.L. Abbott, and J.M. Janda, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p. 535.
    1019
    Advances in the Identification of Bacteria and Yeast, B.R. Bochner, American Clinical Laboratory, 1993, p. 6.
    1018
    Microbiology Systems: Guidance Article, ECRI, Health Devices, 1993, v.22, p. 123-153.
    1015
    Comparison of Rapid NF, Biolog, and Cellular Fatty Acid Analysis for the Rapid Identification of Nonfermenting Gram-Negative Rods, B.C. Schieven, E. Henry, L. Stoakes, and Z. Hussain, Abstracts of the 92nd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1992, p. 421.
    1014
    Comparison of the Biolog and MIDI Systems for Identification of Gram-Negative Nonfermenters, J. Gutschenritter, P. Schams, C. O'Hara, and D. Persing, Abstracts of the 92nd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1992, p. 421.
    1013
    Identification of Human Pathogenic Coagulase-Negative Staphylococcus Species by Biolog and Staph-Ident, J.C. McLaughlin, V.H. Quenzer, T.L. Merlin, W.C. Thompson, and J. Fierro, Abstracts of the 92nd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1992, p. 424.
    1012
    Comparison of the Identification of Gram-Positive Aerobic Bacteria by Biolog and Vitek, J.C. McLaughlin, K.L. Ruoff, V.H. Quenzer, T.L. Merlin, W.C. Thompson, and J. Fierro, Abstracts of the 92nd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1992, p. 424.
    1011
    Biolog Technology - Applications from a Clinical Perspective, V. Wilson, Abstracts of the Australian Society for Microbiology, 1992, #W14.1.
    1010
    Comparison of Biolog to the Conventional Identification of Gram Negative Rods in a Public Health Laboratory, Poster Presentation at the California Association of Public Health Laboratory Directors, 1992.
    1007
    Identification of Over 500 Gram-negative Species by a Single Test Panel, B.R. Bochner, American Clinical Laboratory, 1991, p. 14.
    1006
    A Comparison of Biolog, Microscan, and Vitek AMS for the Identification of Infrequently Isolated Human Gram-negative Bacterial Pathogens, J.C. McLaughlin, W.G. Barron, T.L. Merlin, J. Fierro, and W.C. Thompson, Abstracts of the 91st Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1991, p. 377.
    1005
    Rapid Identification of Gram Negative Bacteria by Carbon Source Oxidation, S.S. Barth, K.B. Williams, S.J. Gibson, and L.B. Elliott, Abstracts of the 91st Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1991, p. 377.
    1004
    Comparison of Four Identification Methods Used to Identify Pseudomonas Cepacia Isolated from Sputum of Cystic Fibrosis Patients, S.B. Roman, L.A. Carson, C.M. O'Hara, D.A. Pegues, and M. Miller, Abstracts of the 91st Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1991, p. 379.
  2. Bibliography of Publications on Biolog Applications
    Updated February 2009 Section 2
    Veterinary Microbiology
    2011
    Molecular Fingerprinting Using AFLP for Temporally Dispersed Brucella from Illinois, M.E. Dobson, J.C. David, R.S. Weyant, B. Zhang, and T.L. Hadfield, Abstract from the ASM 101st General Meeting, May 2001
    2010
    Characterization of EF-4 Bacterial Strains by Metabolic and Genomic Fingerprinting, R. Singh, S. Qaiyumi, J. W. Allen, and H. N. Williams, Abstract from the ASM 100th General Meeting, May 21- 25, 2000
    2007
    Microbiological Analysis of Striped Bass (Morone saxatilis) Grown in a Recirculating System, Patti C. Nedoluha, Dennis Westhoff, Journal of Food Protection, 1997, v.60, pp. 948-953.
    2006
    Identification of Francisella tularensis using Biolog GN MicroPlate with Visual Reading, B. D. Lifland, Abstracts of 14th Annual Meeting of the Northern California American Society of Microbiology, November, 1997.
    2001
    Differentiation of Brucella Biovars Using the Biolog System, D.R. Ewalt, J.B. Payeur, and B.R. Bochner, 33rd Annual Meeting of the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, 1990, p. 73.
  3. Bibliography of Publications on Biolog Applications
    Updated March 2013 Section 3
    Plant Microbiology
    3043
    Enumeration and Identification of Microbial Flora from the Gut of the Horned Passalus or Betsy-Beetle, Odontotaenius disjunctus (llliger), J.B. Jackson, D. Talreja, A. Mikell, Abstract from the ASM 105th General Meeting June 5th-June 9th 2005.
    3042
    Vibrio spp within Coral Mucous Provide Protective Activity Against Potential Coral Disease Pathogens, J.T. Lisle, K.V. Gordon, V.J. Harwood, Abstract from the ASM 105th General Meeting June 5th-June 9th 2005.
    3029
    Characterization of Bacillus thuringiensis Strains Using the Biolog Identification System and Supplemental Biochemical Tests, P.A.W. Martin and A.S. Shropshire, Abstracts of the 96th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1996, p. 390.
    3026
    Genotypic and Phenotypic Heterogeneity of Fluorescent Pseudomonads Inhabiting Wheat Rhizosphere, L. Li, and D.H. Demezas, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 336.
    3025
    New Classification of the Genus Xanthomonas, L. Vauterin, B. Hoste, K. Kersters, and J. Swings, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 482.
    3019
    The Significance of the Ecological Niche Concept in Biological Control of Epiphytic Bacterial Pests and Pathogens, M. Wilson and S.E. Lindow, Fallen Leaf Lake Conference on Microbial Ecology and Biological Control, South Lake Tahoe, 1994, p. 15-18.
    3016
    Two Pathogens Causing Bacterial Spot of Tomato, H. Bouzar, J.B. Jones, R.E. Stall, N.C. Hodge, G.V. Minsavage, A. Alvarez, and C. Beaulieu, Abstracts of the Sixth International Congress of Plant Pathology, 1993, p. 36.
    3015
    Diversity of Agrobacterium Isolates from Rubus Species with Crown Gall, M. Canfield, S. Lu, H. Bouzar, C. Hodge, J. Jones, and L.W. Moore, Abstracts of the Sixth International Congress of Plant Pathology, 1993, p. 35.
    3008
    Characterization of Xanthomonas campestris Strains from Araliaceae, A.R. Chase, N.C. Hodge, R.E. Stall, and J.B. Jones, Oral Presentation #A39, Annual Meeting of the American Phytopathological Society, August, 1992.
    3007
    Xanthomonad Diversity on Geranium Leaves as Determined by Monoclonal Antibodies (MABS), Carbon Source Utilization Patterns, Fatty Acid Analyses (FAME), and Pathogenicity, J.B. Jones, A.R. Chase, N.C. Hodge, and R.E. Stall, Oral Presentation #A38, Annual Meeting of the American Phytopathological Society, August, 1992.
    3006
    Differences in Substrate Utilization Among Isolates of Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae and X. campestris pv. oryzicola from Several Countries, D.E. Griffin, W.M. Dowler, J.S. Hartung, and M.R. Bonde, Poster Session #673, Annual Meeting of the American Phytopathological Society, August, 1991.
    3004
    Population Diversity and Distribution of Xanthomonas campestris pv. dieffenbachiae, A. Alvarez, R. Lipp, D. Norman, and A. Benedict, Poster Session #286, Annual Meeting of the American Phytopathological Society, August, 1991.
    3001
    Leaf Spot of Cilantro in California Caused by a Nonfluorescent Pseudomonas syringae, D.A. Cooksey, H.R. Azad, and A.O. Paulus, Plant Disease, 1991, v. 75, p. 101.
  4. Bibliography of Publications on Biolog Applications
    Updated March 2013 Section 4
    Microbial Communities
    4223
    Effects of Antibiotics on Soil Bacterial Communities - Comparing Molecular Techniques and Community Analyses, H. Schmidt, P. van Beelen, and E. Smit, Abstract from the 104th General Meeting of the American Society of Microbiology, May 2004.
    4222
    One-to-One Comparison: A New Approach to Analyzing Metabolic Diversity Data, C. San Miguel, M. Dulinski, R.L. Tate, III, Abstract from the 104th General Meeting of the American Society of Microbiology, May 2004.
    4216
    Structure and Activity of the Microbial Community in a Confined Disposal Facility at ToledoHarbor, I.I. Kassem, V. Sigler, and D. Dwyer, Abstract from the ASM 105th General Meeting June 5th-June 9th 2005.
    4214
    Carbon Source Utilization by Enterococci as a Method to Distinguish Sources of Fecal Contamination for Texas Beach Waters, J.M. Mott, Abstract from National Beaches Conference, October 2004.
    4209
    Application of Physiological Profiles to Assessment of Community Properties, A.L. Mills and J.L. Garland, ASM Manual of Environmental Microbiology, 2001, pp. 135-146.
    4200
    Soil Metabolic Fingerprinting, J. Hogan, D. Ryan, and D. Dowling, Poster presented at the 102nd General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, May 2002.
    4191
    Changes in Soil Microbial Community Due to Long-Term Application of Zea mays Root Exudates Extracted from Hydroponic Apparatus, K.J. Yoshitomi and J.R. Shann, Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2001, v.33, pp. 1769-1776.
    4181
    Cadmium Contamination on the Soil Microbial Community Diversity by Biolog and Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresis (DGGE) Analysis, A. Wang, J. Chen, and D. Crowley, Abstract from the ASM 100th General Meeting, May 21- 25, 2000
    4180
    Adapting Traditional Bacterial Indicators and Physiological Diversity Measures for Monitoring Stream Condition, C. W. Hendricks, C. L. Bracken, and A. K. Harding, Abstract from the ASM 100th General Meeting, May 21- 25, 2000
    4179
    Comparison of Two Kinds of Biolog Microplates (GN and ECO) in their Ability to Determine the Microbial Community Dynamics in Activated Sludge Systems, J. Van Heerden, M. M. Ehlers, and T. E. Cloete, Abstract from the ASM 100th General Meeting, May 21-25, 2000
    4173
    Can Soil Quality Trends Explain the "Organic Transition" Effect?, R. Ford Denison, T.K. Hartz, E.A. Martini, D.C. Bryant, R.F. Norris, D.M. Barrett, and J.S. Buyer, Soil Quality in the California Environment, 1998-1999 Annual Report, pp. 28-41
    4172
    Sustainability of Long-term Reclaimed Wastewater Irrigated Cropland: A Field of Evaluation of Soil Quality, A.C. Chang, L. Wu, D.E. Crowley, B. McCullough-Sanden, Z. Wang, and A. Wang, Soil Quality in the California Environment, 1998-1999 Annual Report, pp. 1-9
    4171
    Microbial Community Diversity and Resilience in Relation to Heavy Metal Contamination of Soils, D.E. Crowley, M. Reynolds, and C.H Yang, Soil Quality in the California Environment, 1998-1999 Annual Report, pp. 10-17
    4161
    Defining Soil Quality in Terms of Microbial Community Structure, M.K. Firestone, T. Balser, and D. Herman, Soil Quality in the California Environment 1997-1998, pp. 41-51
    4160
    Defining Soil Quality in Terms of Microbial Community Structure, M.K. Firestone, T. Balser, and D. Herman, Soil Quality in the California Environment 1996-1997, pp. 48-54
    4158
    Biolog for the Determination of Microbial Diversity In Phosphate Removing and Non-Phosphate Removing Activated Sludge Systems, Juanita van Heerden, Marthie M. Ehlers, and T.E. Cloete, Abstracts of the 99th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1999
    4144
    Pollution-Induced Community Tolerance (PICT) in Terrestrial Microbial Systems, M. Rutgers, B.S. Wind, and A.M. Breure, New Frontiers - Program and Abstracts - Eighth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME-98), Halifax, Canada 9-14 Aug. 1997
    4136
    Comparison of Different Multisubstrate Utilization Assays for Functional Description of Microbial Communities, M.V. Gorlenko and J.L. Garland, New Frontiers - Program and Abstracts- Eighth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME-98), Halifax, Canada 9-14 Aug.1998
    4135
    Variation in Composition and Structure of Soil Microbial Communities in Michigan Old Fields, W.L. Goodfriend and L.C. Broughton, New Frontiers - Program and Abstracts- Eighth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME-98), Halifax, Canada 9-14 Aug.1998
    4134
    The Study of Eubacterial Community Change Over Time With Respect to Pollutant Pressure, M.S. Grivan, L.A. Glover, K. Killham, J.I. Prosser, and C. Campbell, New Frontiers - Program and Abstracts- Eighth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME-98), Halifax, Canada 9-14 Aug.1998
    4133
    An Indicator for the Functional Diversity of Microbial Populations, A.M. Breure, B.S. Wind, and M. Rutgers, New Frontiers - Program and Abstracts- Eighth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME-98), Halifax, Canada 9-14 Aug.1998
    4130
    Dynamics of Bacterial Communities Induced by Varying Water Tables and Seasons in the Everglades, N. Esiobu, New Frontiers - Program and Abstracts- Eighth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME-98), Halifax, Canada 9-14 Aug. 1998
    4129
    Kinetic Analyses of the Biolog Community Profile to Characterize Changes in Species Richness in Two Freshwater Aquatic Communities, A.M. Comeau and C.R. Bell, New Frontiers - Program and Abstracts - Eighth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME-98), Halifax, Canada 9-14 Aug. 1998
    4128
    Analysis of Aquatic Bacterial Communities Using Biolog GN and Eco Plates, K.H. Choi and F.C. Dobbs, New Frontiers - Program and Abstracts- Eighth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME-98), Halifax, Canada 9-14 Aug. 1998
    4115
    Effect of P-Nutrition and PGPR Application on Potential C-Source Utilization by Rhizosphere Communities, S. Ruppel and A. Gransee, New Frontiers - Program and Abstracts - Eighth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME-98), Halifax, Canada 9-14 Aug. 1998
    4110
    Developing Microbial Indicators of Ecological Condition in Wadeable Oregon Streams, C.W. Hendricks, H.M.K. Campbell, and A.T. Herlihy, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society of Microbiology, 1998, N-143
    4109
    The Use of Carbon Substrate Utilization Patterns in Environmental and Ecological Microbiology, A. Konopka, L. Oliver, A. Konopka, L. Oliver, R.F. Turco, Jr., Microbial Ecology, 1998, pp. 103-115.
    4108
    Microbial Diversity of Artificial Mesocosms Receiving Primary Clarified Wastewater, K. R. Hench, A. J. Sexston, and G. K. Bissonnette, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, Q-280
    4107
    Rapid Community-level Physiological Profiling Using Fluorescine Diacetate (FDA), Michael V. Gorlenko, Jay L. Garland, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, N-93.
    4106
    Utility of BIOLOG GN Microplates to Characterize Complex Epiphytic Microbial Communities, A. H. Lindell, and J. V. McArthur, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, N-146.
    4105
    Functional Diversity and Similarities Between Soil Bacterial Communities in a Southeastern Riparian Wetland, Donald M. Stoeckel, Mary S. Miller-Goodman, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, N-110.
    4104
    Effect of Acclimation to Hydrocarbon Pollutant on Microbial Community Structure and Degradative Performance, D. C. Wilkie, D. R. Korber, G. M. Wolfaardt, and A. Estrada, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, N-105.
    4103
    Bioavailability of BTEX in Unsaturated Soil: Effects of Microbial Community Structure and Cell Attachment to Soil Particles, A. L. Barkovskii, A. Rihana, P. Adriaens, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, N-88.
    4102
    Microbial Community Assessment in Zinc Impacted Soils: Biolog and Phospholipid Fatty Acid Analyses, J. J. Kelly and R. L. Tate, Rutgers, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, N-69
    4101
    Characterization of Microbial Communities from Trichloroethylene-Contaminated Groundwater, A. M. Glucksman, H. D. Skipper, R. I. Brigmon, C. B. Fliermans, W. C. Bridges, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, N-76
    4100
    Impact of Vegetation Control and Fertilization on the Structure of Soil Microbial Communities in a White Pine (Pinus strobus L.) Plantation, W. J. Staddon*, L. C. Duchesne, and J. T. Trevors, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, N-8
    4099
    Effects of Soil Properties on Bracken Fern (Pteridium aquilinum L.) Rhizosphere Microbial Community Metabolic Profiles, L. S. Watrud, S. Maggard, T. Shiroyama, M. G. Johnson and G. Di Giovanni, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, N-5
    4098
    Analysis of BIOLOG GN Substrate Utilization Patterns by Microbial Communities, K. Smalla, U. Wachtendorf, H. Heuer, W. Liu, and L. Forney, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1998, v.64, pp. 1220-1225.
    4097
    Use of GC-FAME and BIOLOG Techniques as Measures of Structural and Functional Diversity of Soil Microbial Communities. C.E. Pankhurst, B.G. Hawke, C.A. Kirkby, B.D. Harch, R.L. Correll and B.M. Doube, Abstracts from Australian Society of Microbiology, Adelaide, 1997.
    4096
    Impacts of Fertilizers on the Humus Layer Microbial Community Structure of Scots Pine Stands Growing Along a Gradient of Heavy Metal Pollution. H. Fritze, T. Pennanen and P. Vanhala, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4095
    The Relationship Between Microbial Biomass and Functional Diversity Along a Chihuahuan Desert Watershed. J. Zak, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4094
    Combined Application of BIOLOG and MIS/SHERLOCK for Identification of Bacterial Isolates from Hydrocarbon Polluted Soils. L. Wünsche, C. Härtig, H.O. Pucci and W. Babel, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4093
    Biolog Fingerprints of Soil Bacteria: Incubation Conditions and Sensitivity. Winding and N.B. Hendriksen, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4092
    Quantitative Approaches to Assess Functional Attributes of Bacterial Communities: A Multivariate Perspective of Natural and Anthropogenic Disturbance. M.R. Willig, S.B. Cox and D.L. Moorhead, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4091
    Biolog Profiles of Model Microbial Communities: Single Point Analysis vs. Kinetic Profiles. L. Verschuere, V. Fievez, and W. Verstraete, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4090
    Biolog Metabolic Fingerprints for Clustering Marine Oligotrophic Bacteria From Polar Regions. T.L. Tan, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4089
    Community Changes During BIOLOG Incubation Followed by TGGE or DGGE. K. Smalla, U. Wachtendorf and H. Heuer, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4088
    Space: An Added Dimension to Substrate Utilisation by Fungi. K. Ritz and J.W. Crawford, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4087
    Physiological Diversity of Heterotrophic Bacterial Communities From Different Depths of a Soil Profile. N.R. Parekh, K. Everaerts, B. Lagacherie and G. Soulas, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4086
    Comparison of GC-FAME and BIOLOG Approaches to Analysis of Bacterial Communities Associated with the Decomposition of Organic Substrates in Two Contrasting Soils. C.E. Pankhurst, W. Meech and C.A. Kirkby, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4085
    Changes in Microbial Community After Maize Straw Application Detected by Biolog and PLFA Patterns. A. Palojärvi, S. Sharma, A. Rangger, M. von Lützow and H. Insam, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4084
    Total Diversity of Soil Bacteria is High: How does this Correlate to the Diversity of the Population of Culturable Soil Bacteria? L. Øvreås and V. Torsvik, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4083
    The Effects of Long-Term Land Management on Soil Functional Diversity. S.M. O'Flaherty, T.W. Willison, P. Tlustos, J.C. Baker and D.V. Murphy, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4082
    Effect of Added Organic Materials on Carbon Source Utilization and Enzyme Activity Patterns of Three Arable Soils. M. Niemi, P. Vanhala and U. Virta, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4081
    Changes in Bacterial Community Composition and Diversity Associated with Litter Decay: Patterns of Succession on a Decomposing Substrate. D. L. Moorhead, W.S. Davis and M.R. Willig, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4080
    Strain and Function Stability in Gnotobiotic Reactors. A.L. Mills and J.E. Bouma, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4079
    Characterization of Heterotrophic Microbial Communities by Means of the Biolog System, I. Kersters, L. Van Vooren, L. Verschuere, L. Vauterin, A. Wouters, J. Mergaert, W. Verstraete and J. Swings, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4078
    Elevated CO2 Changes Substrate Utilization Profiles in Alpine Grassland, C. Mayr C and H. Insam, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4077
    Microbial Community Analysis and Phenotypic Fingerprinting of a Selenium Contaminated Sludge System, C. Magyarosy, J. Keasling, P. Gadzinski and B.R. Bochner, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4076
    Microbial Population Changes During Bioremediation, M.M. Laine, and K.S. Jorgensen, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4075
    Substrate Utilization Patterns of Bacteria in Neutral and Acidic Beech Forest Soils, S. Kreitz and T.H. Anderson, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4074
    Impacts of T4-Lysozyme Expression of Transgenic Potatoes Analysed by Catabolic Profiling, H. Heuer, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4073
    Evaluating Community-Level Biolog Results by Area Under the Curve, J.B. Guckert, G.J. Carr, T.D. Johnson, B.G. Hamm, D.H. Davidson and Y. Kumagai, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4072
    Profiling of Microbial Community Structure Under Upland Grasslands: Comparison of BIOLOG, PFLA and Community DNA Approaches, S.J. Grayston, C.D. Campbell, K. Ritz, B.S. Griffiths, C.D. Clegg, R.D. Bardgett and J.L. Mawdsley, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4071
    The Influence of Microbial Community Structure and Function on Community-Level Physiological Profiles, J.L. Garland and B.A. Hungate, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4070
    A Novel Approach to Assessing the Catabolic Diversity of Soil Microbial Communities. B. Degens and J. Harris, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4069
    Use of Rhizosphere C Sources to Fingerprint Microbial Communities and Methods of Data Analysis. C.D. Campbell, S.J. Grayston and D. Hirst, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4068
    Comparison of Biolog and FAME Analysis of Soil Microbial Communities. J.S. Buyer, L. Lengnick, L.E. Drinkwater and D. Roberts, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4067
    Influence of Simulated Microgravity and Other Factors on Population and Functional Dynamics of Gnotobiotic Microbial Communities. J.E. Bouma and A.L. Mills, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4066
    The Biolog System - Suitable for Environmental Applications? Barry R. Bochner, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4065
    Sources of Variability in BIOLOG Assays of Soil Microbial Communities: Spatial and Analytical. T.C. Balser and M.K. Firestone, Abstracts from Submeco Conference, Innsbruck, Austria, October, 1996.
    4064
    Ecofunctional Enzymes of Microbial Communities in Ground Water. C.B. Fliermans, M.M. Franck, T.C. Hazen, R.W. Gorden, FEMS Microbiology Reviews, August, 1997, pp. 1-11.
    4063
    Analysis and Interpretation of Community-Level Physiological Profiles in Microbial Ecology. Jay L. Garland, FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 1997, v.24, pp. 289-300.
    4061
    Monitoring Biolog Patterns and r/K-Strategists in the Intensive Culture of Artemia Juveniles. L. Verschuere, J. Dhont, P. Sorgeloos, W. Verstraete, Journal of Applied Microbiology, 1997, v.83, pp. 603-612.
    4060
    Separation Power of the 95 Substrates of the BIOLOG System Determined in Various Soils. Wolfgang Hitzl, Andrea Rangger, Shobha Sharma, Heribert Insam, FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 1997, v.22, pp. 167-174.
    4059
    Using the Gini Coefficient with BIOLOG Substrate Utilisation Data to Provide an Alternative Quantitative Measure for Comparing Bacterial Soil Communities. Bronwyn D. Harch, Raymond L. Correll, Wendy Meech, Clive A. Kirkby, Clive E. Pankhurst, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 1997, v.30, pp. 91-101.
    4058
    Application of Multivariate Analysis of Variance and Related Techniques in Soil Studies with Substrate Utilization Tests. Wolfgang Hitzl, Michael Henrich, Markus Kessel, Heribert Insam, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 1997, v.30, pp. 81-89.
    4057
    Statistical Comparisons of Community Catabolic Profiles. Ekkehard Glimm, Holger Heuer, Bert Engelen, Kornelia Smalla, Horst Backhaus, Journal of Microbiological Methods,1997, v.30, pp. 71-80.
    4056
    Statistical Analysis of the Time-Course of Biolog Substrate Utilization. Christine A. Hackett, Bryan S. Griffiths, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 1997, v.30, pp.63-69.
    4055
    Evaluation of Community-Level Catabolic Profiling using BIOLOG GN Microplates to Study Microbial Community Changes in Potato Phyllosphere. Holger Heuer, Kornelia Smalla, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 1997, v.30, pp. 49-61.
    4054
    Use Of Rhizosphere Carbon Sources In Sole Carbon Source Tests To Discriminate Soil Microbial Communities. C.D. Campbell, S. J. Grayston, D.J. Hirst, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 1997, v.30, pp. 33-41.
    4053
    Microbial Functional Activity During Composting of Chlorophenol-Contaminated Sawmill Soil. M. Minna Laine, Heikki Haario, Kirsten S. Jorgensen, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 1997, v.30, pp. 21-32.
    4052
    Comparison of Substrate Utilization Assay and Fatty Acid Analysis of Soil Microbial Communities. Jeffrey S. Buyer, Laurie E. Drinkwater, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 1997, v.30, pp. 3-11.
    4051
    Substrate Utilization Tests in Microbial Ecology. A Preface to the Special Issue of the Journal of Microbiological Methods. Heribert Insam, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 1997, v.30, pp. 1-2.
    4050
    Microbial Communities, Functional Versus Structural Approaches, H. Insam and A. Rangger, Springer-Verlag, Germany, 1997.
    4049
    Bacterial Population Dynamics in a Meromictic Lake, P. Tuomi, T. Torsvik, M. Heldal, and G. Bratbak, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, June, 1997, v.63, pp. 2181-2188.
    4048
    Comparison of Activated Sludge Microbial Communities Using Biolog MicroPlates™, S.K. Kaiser, J.B. Guckert, and D.W. Gledhill, Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Microorganisms in Activated Sludge and Biofilm Processes, July, 1997, p.49-56.
    4047
    Community and Metabolic Analysis of Activated Sludge Microbial Habitat, D.Y. Kumagail, J.B. Guckert, R.J. Larson, E.N. Namkung, Japan Society on Water Environment, March, 1997.
    4046
    Microbial Remediation of Soils Co-contaminated With 2,4-D and Cadmium, T.M. Roane and I.L. Pepper, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.524.
    4045
    Methods for Determining Chlorine Impact on River Biofilms, S. Satic, D.R. Korber, G.M. Wolfaardt, and D.E. Caldwell, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.508.
    4044
    Differences Between Diazotrophic Assemblages From the Rhizospheres of Salt Marsh Grasses, C.E. Bagwell. C.R. Lovell, Y.M. Piceno, and A.L. Ashburne, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.415
    4043
    The Relative Importance of Inoculum Source, Plant Type, and Plant Age on Rhizosphere Community Development, J.L. Garland and K.L. Cook, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.414.
    4042
    Effect of Simulated Microgravity on Populations and Functional Activity of a Gnotobiotic Microbial Community, J.E. Bouma and D.L. Pierson, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.413.
    4041
    Molecular Analysis of Diversity Represented by a Metabolic Culture Assay of a Soil Microbial Community, G.D. Di Giovanni, F. Widmer, RJ. Seidler, and L.S. Watrud, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.412.
    4040
    Changes in Soil Microbial Diversity in Response to Bioventing, J.L. Rogers and S.C. Long, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.406.
    4039
    Polyphasic Characterization of Microbial Communities in Damaged Environments, T. Torok, S. Goldman, and J.C. Hunter-Cevera, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.403.
    4038
    Discerning Changes in Rhizoshere Microbial Populations Due to an Introduced GEM Using BIOLOG and Multivariate Statistical Analysis, J.V. Gagliardi, J.S. Angle, and J.S. Buyer, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.400.
    4037
    A Comparison of the Effects of Amendments on Microbial Communities in Agricultural Soils, J.H. Middleton and L.R. Cooperband, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.398.
    4036
    An Evaluation of Subtyping of Methods for the Identification of Fecal Pollution Sources in Lake Sidney Lanier, Georgia, A. Buchan, M. Alber, M.A. Moran, R.E. Hodson, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.395.
    4035
    Bacteriological Studies on White-Band Disease of Acropora cervicornis, G.W. Smith and K.B. Ritchie, Biology and Geology of Coral Reefs, September, 1995.
    4034
    Phenotypic Fingerprinting of Microbial Communities in Wastewater Treatment Systems, L. Victorio, K. A. Gilbride, D. G. Allen, and S. N. Liss, Water Research, 1966, v.30, pp. 1077-1086.
    4033
    Microbial Community Structure in a Mine Tailings Reclamation Project, O.F. Seastone, C.A. Zabinski, B.W. Wielinga and J.E. Gannon, Abstracts of the 96th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1996, p. 345.
    4032
    The Biolog Technique as a Method to Assess Microbial Population Shifts in Agricultural Soils, S.E. Ahrabi-Fard, B.A.D. Hetrick and J.E. Jurgenson, Abstracts of the 96th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1996, p. 460.
    4031
    Community Analysis by Biolog: Curve Integration for Statistical Analysis of Activated Sludge Microbial Habitats, J. B. Guckert, G. J. Carr, T. D. Johnson, B. G. Hamm, D. H. Davidson, and Y. Kumagai, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 1996, v.27:2-3, p. 183-187.
    4030
    The Effect of Grazing on Soil Microbial Biomass and Community on Alpine Pastures, H. Insam, A. Rangger, M. Henrich, and W. Hitzl, Phyton Special Issue "Achenkirch II", 1996, v.36, p. 205-216.
    4029
    Changes in Functional Abilities of the Microbial Community During Composting of Manure, H. Insam, K. Amor, M. Renner, C. Crepaz, Microbial Ecology, 1996, v.31, p. 77-87.
    4028
    Determination of Substrate Utilization Patterns of Soil Microbial Communities: An Approach to Assess Population Changes After Hydrocarbon Pollution, L. Wunsche, L. Bruggeman, and W. Babel, FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 1995, v.17, p. 295-306.
    4027
    Impact of Carbon Flooding on the Metabolic Diversity of Microbial Communities in Soils, D. A. Bossio and K. M. Scow, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1995, v.61, p. 4043-4050.
    4026
    Examination of the Effectiveness of Biolog in Determining Microbial Community Patterns in Soils Amended with Compost or E. coli, B.F. Rogers, S.L. Murphy, J.J. Kelly, and R.L. Tate III, Abstracts of the General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1996, p. 335.
    4025
    Biolog Analysis of Zinc Contaminated Soil Microbial Communities, J. J. Kelly and R. Tate III, Abstracts of the 96th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1996, p. 337.
    4024
    The Suitability of the Biolog Automated Microbial Identification System for Assessing the Taxonomical Composition of Terrestrial Bacterial Communities, L. Wunsche, and W. Babel, Microbiological Research, 1966 v.151, p. 133-143.
    4023
    Analytical Approaches to the Characterization of Samples of Microbial Communities Using Patterns of Potential C Source Utilization, J. L.Garland, Soil Biol. Biochem, 1996, v.28:2, p.213-221.
    4022
    Patterns of Potential C Source Utilization By Rhizosphere Communities, J. L. Garland, Soil Biol. Biochem, 1996, v.28:2, p.223-230.
    4021
    Structure and Activity of Subsurface Microbial Communities in a Sandy Coastal Plain Aquifer, L. Lancaster, and A.L. Mills, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 348.
    4020
    Analysis of Factors Affecting the Accuracy, Reproducibility, and Interpretation of Microbial Community Carbon Source Utilization Patterns, S.K. Haack H. Garchow, M.J. Klug, and L.J. Forney, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1995, v.61, p. 1458-1468.
    4019
    Microbial Diversity in the Rhizospheres of Different Tree Species, S.J. Grayston, C.D. Campbell, and D. Vaughan, Soil Biota-Management in Sustainable Farming Systems. (eds. Parkhurst CE, Doube BM, Gupta WSR, Adelaide), 1994, p. 155-157.
    4018
    Functional Diversity of Microbial Communities: A Quantitative Approach, J. Zak, M. Willig, D. Moorhead, and H. Wildman, Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 1994, v.26, p. 1101-1108.
    4017
    Fingerprinting Bacterial Soil Communities Using Biolog Microtitre Plates, A. Winding, Beyond the Biomass, British Society of Soil Science, 1994, p. 85-94.
    4016
    A Community-Level Physiological Approach for Studying Microbial Communities, J.L. Garland and A.L. Mills, Beyond the Biomass, British Society of Soil Science, 1994, p. 77-83.
    4015
    Analysis of Changes in Stream Biofilm Community Structure and Function in Response to Environmental Perturbation Using Whole-Community Fatty Acid Methyl Ester Profiles and Carbon-Substrate Utilization Patterns, K. Haack, H. Garchow, W. Sobczak, L.J. Forney, and M.J. Klug, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p.352.
    4014
    Temporal Patterns of Community-Level Carbon Source Utilization in the Rhizosphere of Wheat and Potato, J.L. Garland, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p. 349.
    4013
    Metabolic and Community DNA Similarities of Natural Bacterioplankton Communities in the North American Great Lakes, D. Pascoe and R.E. Hicks, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p. 352.
    4012
    Dynamics and Functional Stability of a Gnotobiotic Microbial Community, J.E. Bouma and A.L. Mills, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p. 349.
    4011
    The Development of a Defined Microbial Community in a Materially Closed Ecosystem, D.C. Obenhuber and E.B. Rodgers, Abstracts of the 93rd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1993, p. 397.
    4010
    Biolog Microtiter Plates for Metabolic Analysis of Soil Microbial Communities, A. Winding and N.B. Hendriksen, Abstract #P2-02-34, Symposium on Microbial Ecology, 1992, Barcelona.
    4009
    Comparison of Community-Level and Isolate-Based Methods for Determining Microbial Community Structure, J.L. Garland, Abstracts of the 92nd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1992, p. 397
    4008
    Population and Functional Dynamics of a Gnotobiotic Microbial Community, J.E. Bouma, and A.L. Mills, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 339.
    4007
    Reisolation of a Defined Microbial Community From a Four Year Old Materially Closed Ecosystem, D.C. Obenhuber, and A.B. Brittain, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 341.
    4006
    Ecofunctional Enzymes of Microbial Communities in Groundwater, C.B. Fliermans, M.M. Franck, T.C. Hazen, and R.W. Gorden, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 347.
    4005
    Microbial Ecology of a Subarctic Taiga Crude Oil Spill: Activity and Metabolic Diversity, J.E. Lindstrom, J.F. Braddock, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 355.
    4004
    Characterization of Microbial Populations From Drinking Water Filters Using Whole-Community Fatty Acid Methyl Ester Profiles, Carbon-Source Utilization Patterns and DNA Amplification Fingerprinting, D.M. Moll, and R.S. Summer, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 337.
    4003
    Physiological and Phylogenetic Analysis of a Bacterial Community, C. Hoch, M. Mau, E. Moore, and K.N. Timmis, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 337.
    4002
    The Effects of Inoculum Source and Richness on Community-Level Patterns of Carbon Source Utilization in Rhizosphere Microcosms, J.L. Garland, K.L. Cook, and C.A. Loader, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 341.
    4001
    Classification and Characterization of Heterotrophic Microbial Communities on the Basis of Patterns of Community-Level Sole-Carbon-Source Utilization, J.L. Garland and A.L. Mills, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1991, v.57, p. 2351-2359.
  5. Bibliography of Publications on Biolog Applications
    Updated March 2013 Section 5
    Biodegradation, Soil and Water Microbiology
    5109
    Aerobic Biodegradation of 2,22'-Dithiodibenzoic Acid Produced from Dibenzothiophene Metabolites, R.F. Young, S.M. Cheng, and P.M. Fedorak, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2006, v.72, pp. 491-496.
    5102
    Application of Enterococcus spp. as a Bacterial Source Tracking Tool, J.E. Thomas, C. Lang, V. Gannon, J. Byrne, and B. Selinger, Abstract from the International Union of Microbiological Societies, July 2005.
    5098
    Effects of Antibiotics on Soil Bacterial Communities - Comparing Molecular Techniques and Community Analyses, H. Schmidt, P. van Beelen, and E. Smit, Abstract from the 104th General Meeting of the American Society of Microbiology, May 2004.
    5093
    Carbon Source Utilization and Antibiotic Resistance Analysis (Disk Diffusion) as Methods for Source Tracking in Texas Surface Water, P.J. Brown, J. C. Stewart, C.A. Branecky, and J.B. Mott, Abstract from the ASM 105th General Meeting June 5th-June 9th 2005.
    5092
    Speciation of Environmental Enterococcus and Related Species: Comparison of Four Commercial Phenotypic Methods with Biochemical Testing, M.H. Zhowandai, C. McGee, D.F. Moore, J.B. Mott, M. Von Winckelmann, K. Patton, J.C. Stewart, P.J. Brown, and D.M. Ferguson, Abstract from the ASM 105th General Meeting June 5th-June 9th 2005.
    5091
    Antibiotic Resistance Gene Exchange Between Coliform Bacteria in the Upper Susquehanna River, D.A. Miller, Jr., M.E. Allen, and H. Coll, Abstract from the ASM 105th General Meeting June 5th-June 9th 2005.
    5090
    Characterization and Purification of Acrylamidase Isolated from the Acrylamide-Degrading Bacterium, Ralstonia eutropha, M-S. Cha and G.H. Chambliss, Abstract from the ASM 105th General Meeting June 5th-June 9th 2005.
    5089
    Survival of Isolates from an Aerobic Digester in Sludge Fractions, Abstract from the ASM 105th General Meeting June 5th- June 9th 2005
    5086
    Gene Sequences of the pcpB Gene of Pentachlorophenol-Degrading Sphinogomonas chlorophenolica Found in Nondegrading Bacteria,V.M. Saboo and M.A. Gealt, Canadian Journal of Microbiology, 1998, v.44, pp. 667-675.
    5076
    Fatty Acid Methyl Ester (FAME) and Biolog Determination of Microbial Community Profiles in a Coupled Bioreactor/Biofilter During Removal of Volatile Acetone and Toluene B. F. Hugo, M. A. LaBeau, S. T. Bagley, Abstract from the ASM 100th General Meeting, May 21-25, 2000
    5074
    Biolog ID as Compared to 16S Ribosomal RNA ID for Environmental Isolates from the Deep Subsurface, P. C. McKinsey, D. J. Addis, K. B. Maxwell, M. M. Franck, C. B. Fliermans, Abstract from the ASM 100th General Meeting, May 21-25, 2000
    5070
    Microbial Cooperation in the Remediation of Co-Contaminated Systems, T.M. Roane and I.L. Pepper, New Frontiers - Program and Abstracts - Eighth International Symposium on Microbial Ecology (ISME-98), Halifax, Canada 9-14 Aug. 1998
    5069
    Developing Microbial Indicators of Ecological Condition in Wadeable Oregon Streams, C. W. Hendricks, H. M. K. Campbell, and A. T. Herlihy, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, N-143
    5068
    Microbial Ecology of Selenium Damaged Environments, C. Edmerson, X. Zeng, and T. Leighton, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, N-63
    5067
    Use of GFP as a Conservative Fluorescent Marker to Examine the Protective Interactions between Benzoate Resistant and Sensitive Strains of Pseudomonas spp. In Static and Flowing Environments, S. Karthikeyan,* G. M. Wolfaardt, D. R. Korber, and D. E. Caldwell, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, N-59.
    5066
    Rapid Phenotypic Radiation of a Soil Bacterium Maintained for 1000 Generations in Two Different Environments, M. S. Riley, E. Seymour, L. J. Forney, T. L. Marsh, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, R-43
    5065
    Profiling Populations of Aquatic Bacteria Using NTZ-500 Numerical Taxonomy Program, M. A. Holder-Franklin, N. Ocampo, C. Allen and L. J. Wuest, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, Q-255
    5064
    The Use of Microbial Metal-Resistance in the Bioremediation of Metal:Organic Contaminated Systems, T. M. Roane and I. L. Pepper, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, P-22
    5062
    Dominantly Growing Bacteria in Malodorless Domestic Sewage Treatment Tanks and Their Biochemical Characteristics. Yukio Doi, Boon-Sing Lee, Ryozo Iriye, Shin-ichiro Tabata and Koichi Tateishi, Antibact. Antifung. Agents, 1998, v.26, pp. 53-63.
    5060
    Metabolic and Genotype Fingerprinting of Fluorescent Pseudomonads Associated with the Douglas Fir-Laccaria bicolor Mycorrhizosphere. Pascal Frey, Pascale Frey-Klett, Jean Garbaye, Odile Berge and Thierry Heulin, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 1997, pp. 1852-1860.
    5057
    Phylogenetic and Biochemical Characterization of an Atrazine-Mineralizing Bacterial Isolate, D.M. Stamper, K.B. Hallberg, M. Radosevich, S.J. Traina, and O.H. Tuovinen, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.525.
    5056
    Isolation and Characterization of Benzene and Toluene-Degrading Bacteria from Pristine and Disturbed Tropical Soils,.E. Acosta, D. Badillo, S. Cresop, J. Mattei, C. Rodriguez, V. Gomez and A. Massol-Deya, Abstracts of the 96th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1996, p.337.
    5052
    Sediments as Reservoirs for Fecal Coliforms in Oak Creek, Arizona, C.E. Keys, P. Moraca, T. Harrison and G. Southam, Abstracts from the 96th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1996, p. 469.
    5051
    Genetic and Phenotypic Analysis of Denitrifiers Isolated From Subsurface of Prairie and Agricultural Soil, L. Halda, C.W. Rice, J. Leach, and F. Louws, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 346.
    5050
    Cyanuric Acid-Degrading Bacteria From S-Triazine Contaminated Groundwater, R.M. Larsen, K.L. Watkins, and J. Bauld, Abstracts of the Australian Society for Microbiology, Microbiology Australia, September, 1995,v.16:4, PO3.7.
    5048
    Use of Sole Carbon Source Utilization Patterns to Detect Changes in Soil Microbial Communities affected by Cu, Ni and Zn, C.D. Campbell, J. Van Gelder, M.S. Davidson, and C.M. Cameron, International Conference on Heavy Metals in the Environment, 1995, v.2, p. 447-450.
    5047
    Isolation and Identification of Bacteria From a Kraft Pulp Mill Equalization Basin, K. Kruawal, R.D. Ellender, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 478.
    5045
    Assessment of Hydrocarbon Remediation by Multiple Prokaryotic Bioassays, S.P. O'Connell, R.M. Lehman, and G.A. Bala, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 476.
    5044
    Isolation and Characterization of Microorganisms Recovered From a Petroleum Hydrocarbon Contaminated Site, G.T. Kleinheinz, U. Kohlweyer, W.P. St. John, and S.T. Bagley, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 408.
    5037
    Isolation and Identification of Microorganisms Responsible for 1,4-Dioxane Mineralization, R.M. Cowan, M.D. Morin, S.M. Sock, C.P.L. Grady, Jr., and T.A. Hughes, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p. 466.
    5036
    Response of Bacterial Populations to Petroleum Hydrocarbon Contamination in Tropical Soils, F. Robert and S. Israel, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994. p. 395.
    5035
    Biodegradation of Petroleum Hydrocarbons in Soil Slurries by Pseudomonas Isolates, D.K. Jain and I. Cord, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p. 396.
    5034
    Enrichment and Kinetic Characterization of Microbial di-Methyl Ketone and di-Ethyl Ether Degradation Using a Respirometric Technique, B.F. Smets, R.E. Hammervold, T.O. Overcamp, and C.P.L.J. Grady, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p.463.
    5033
    Biodegradability Assessment of Isocyanate Based Polymers, I. Odocha, S. Wang, I. Horacek, S. Wong, J. Kresta, and J. Graves, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p.463.
    5032
    Dynamic Interaction of Cyanide and Ammonia Utilization in Bioremediation of Cyanide-containing Waste Water, C.S. Lin, J.K. Liu, C.J. Mao, I.D. Chang, S.H. Kao, C.H. Liu, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p.462.
    5031
    The Effect of 2, 4-D on the Metabolic Potential of a Soil Microbial Community, G.D. Di Giovanni, N.A. Sinclair, I.L. Pepper, and R. Arnold, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p.452.
    5029
    Analysis of Changes in Stream Biofilm Community Structure and Function in Response to Environmental Perturbation Using Whole-Community Fatty Acid Methyl Ester Profiles and Carbon-Substrate Utilization Patterns, K. Haack, H. Garchow, W. Sobczak, L.J. Forney, and M.J. Klug, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p.352.
    5028
    Landfill Heterotrophic Bacteria, M.A. Holder-Franklin, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p.350.
    5026
    Use of Biolog Technology to Assess Remediation and Groundwater Perturbations, C.B. Fliermans, J.E. Wear, M.M. Franck, P.C. McKinsey, and T.C. Hazen, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p.329.
    5025
    Cluster Analysis of Black Plug Layer Microbial Communities, S.R. Lyon and B.H. Olson, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p. 347.
    5023
    Large Scale Analysis of Microbial Populations and Abiotic Factors in Aquifers, Z.V.A., J.D. Harrington, K.W. Neely, J.M. Harrington, S.T. Kellogg, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p.346.
    5022
    Microbial Habitat Analysis of Eutrophicated Aquifers Feeding a Pristine Alpine Lake, Magrini, V.J., G.C. Rothrock, and S.T. Kellogg, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994, p.320.
    5021
    A Study of Microbial Communities in Lead-Contaminated Soils, T.M. Roane, and S.T. Kellogg, Abstracts of the 94th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1994. p.423
    5020
    Biodegradation Profiles of Microbial Communities in Wastewater Treatment Systems, L. Victorio, D.G. Allen, K.A. Gilbride and S.N. Liss, Abstracts of the Joint Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial Microbiology and the Canadian Society of Microbiologists, 1993, p.70.
    5019
    Physiological Profiles of Predominant Heterotrophic Bacterial Populations in a Municipal Landfill, M.A. Holder-Franklin, S. Georges, B. Mangiola, and C. Bezaire, Abstracts of the Joint Annual Meeting of the Society for Industrial Microbiology and the Canadian Society of Microbiologists, 1993, p.69.
    5018
    A Most Probable Number Assay Using BIOLOG-GN Microtiter Plates for the Study of Ground Water Microbial Communities, J.E. Wear, P.C. McKinsey, M.M. Franck, H.G. Findley, M.V. Enzien, C.B. Fliermans, and T.C. Hazen, Abstracts of the 93rd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1993, p. 314.
    5017
    Immunologic Techniques as Tools to Characterize the Subsurface Microbial Community at a TCE Contaminated Site, C.B. Fliermans, J.M. Dougherty, M.M. Franck, P.C. McKinzey, and T.C. Hazen, Abstracts of the 93rd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1993, p.313.
    5016
    The Detection of Temporal Changes in the Physiological Characteristics of the Activated Sludge in an Industrial Wastewater Treatment System, S.V. Barbee, and F.K. Pfaender, Abstracts of the 93rd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1993, p.426.
    5015
    Microbial Community Analysis in Heavy Metal Contaminated Soils, T.M. Roane, and S.T. Kellog, Abstracts of the 93rd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1993, p.388.
    5014
    Phenotypic Fingerprinting of Biologically-Based Wastewater Treatment Systems, L. Victorio, D.G. Allen, and S.N. Liss, Abstracts of the 93rd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1993, p.425.
    5013
    Comparison of Heterotrophic Microbial Communities Related to Deep Subsurface Sample Acquisition, R.M. Lehman and F.S. Colwell, Abstracts of the 93rd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1993, p. 418.
    5012
    Technique Identifies Bacteria that Degrade Wastes, J. Krieger, Chemical & Engineering News, 1992, p. 36.
    5011
    Polyphasic Taxonomic Characterization of Diverse 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid (2,4-D) Degrading Populations of Soils, N.L. Tonso, V.G.M. Calabrese and W.E. Holben, Abstracts of the 92nd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1992, p.341.
    5010
    Microbial Community Nutritional Analysis in a Basalt Aquifer, M. Zheng and S.T. Kellogg, Abstracts of the 92nd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1992, p.247.
    5009
    New Method for Rapidly Determining Microbial Utilization of Volatile Contaminants, J.M. Strong-Gunderson, A.V. Palumbo, and S.O. Scarborough, Abstracts of the 92nd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1992, p.371.
    5008
    Screening of Microbes from Deep-Subsurface Environments for the Ability to Degrade Nonvolatile Organic Contaminants, B.D. Lee, R.M. Lehman, and F.S. Colwell, Abstracts of the 92nd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1992, p.384.
    5004
    Microbial Population Diversity, J. Bell and D. Demezas, Insights (publication of The Center for Microbial Ecology at Michigan State University), 1991, v.1, p. 6-11.
    5003
    Use of Cellular Fatty Acids and Carbon Source Utilization Profiles for Examining the Similarities of Bacteria From Natural Habitats, M. Klug and H. Garchow, Microbial Ecology Forum, Poster Session, Michigan State University, May, 1991.
  6. Bibliography of Publications on Biolog Applications
    Updated March 2013 Section 6
    Food Microbiology
    6026
    Classification of Isolates Originating from Kimchi Using Carbon-Source Utilization Patterns,J.S. Lee, C.O. Chun, M.C. Jung, W.S. Kim, H.J. Kim, M. Hector, S.B. Kim, C.S. Park, J.S. Ahn, Y.H. Park, and T.I. Mheen, Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, 1997, v.7, pp. 68-74.
    6022
    Application of the MicroLog System, Reprint from: The European Food & Drink Review, Summer 2001.
    6012
    Rapid Methods For Identification Of Lactic Acid Bacteria, S.M. Freund, M.L. Tamplin, H.L. Trenk, and C.I. Wei, Abstracts of the 84th Annual Meeting IAMFES, Florida, July, 1997.
    6010
    Metabolic Fingerprint Patterns & Listeria monocytogenes, N. Marquet Van Der Mee, V. Siquier, and A. Audurier, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1996, p. 438.
    6009
    Development of a 24hr Assay (E. coli SELeCT) for the Isolation, Quantification and Confirmation of E. coli O157:H7 in Poultry and Red Meat, D. T. Ingram, C. G. Rigakos, D. Rollins, E.T. Mallinson, L. Carr, and S. W. Joseph, Poster presented at the 96th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1996.
    6008
    Bacterial Survey of Domestic Kitchen Cellullose Sponges and Cotton Dishcloths, C. E. Enriquez, R. Enriquez-Gordillo, D. I. Kennedy, and C. P. Gerba, Journal of Food and Environmental Sanitation, 1996, v.17, p. 20-24.
    6006
    Isolation of Aeromonads From Aquatic Foods in Taiwan, D.Y.C. Shih, C.L. Lai, H.C. Wong, and J.Y. Wang, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 392.
    6005
    Assessment of Some Commercially Available Automated and Manual Systems for Identification of Food-borne Yeasts, A.D. Hocking, G.H. Fleet, W. Praphailong, and L. Baird, Third International Workshop on Standardization of Methods for the Mycological Examination of Foods, 1994, p. 16.
    6002
    Current Research on Listeria monocytogenes in Foods: an Overview, J.M. Farber, Journal of Food Protection, 1993, v.56, p. 640-643.
    6001
    Novel Method for Characterization of Listeria spp. Using the Biolog GP MicroPlate, J.L. Johnson, C.P. Lattuada, B. Bochner, Abstract of Presentation at the International Listeria Congress, Copenhagen, Denmark, April, 1992.
  7. Bibliography of Publications on Biolog Applications
    Updated March 2013 Section 7
    Microbial ID, Taxonomy, and Miscellaneous
    7075
    Biolog: Modern Phenotypic Microbial Identification, B.R. Bochner, Encyclopedia of Rapid Microbiological Methods, 2006, v.2, Ch. 3, pp. 55-73.
    7067
    Krokinobacter gen. nov., with Three Novel Species, in the Family Flavobacteriacea, S.T. Khan, Y. Nakagawa, and S. Harayama, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2006, v.56, pp. 323-328.
    7055
    Thalassobius mediterraneus gen. nov., sp. nov., and Reclassification of Rugeria gelatinovorans as Thalassobius gelatinovorus comb. nov., D.R. Arahal, M.C. Macian, E. Garay, and M.J. Pujalte, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2005, v.55, pp. 2371-2376.
    7051
    Nereida ignava gen. nov., sp. nov., a Novel Aerobic Marine c-Proteobacterium that is Closely Related to Uncultured Prionitis (Alga) Gall Symbionts, M.J. Pujalte, M.C. Macian, D.R. Arahal, W. Ludwig, K.H. Schleifer, and E. Garay, International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, 2005, v.55, pp. 631-636.
    7047
    One-to-One Comparison: A New Approach to Analyzing Metabolic Diversity Data, C. San Miguel, M. Dulinski, and R.L. Tate, III, Abstract from the 104th General Meeting of the American Society of Microbiology, May 2004.
    7046
    Mycobacterium-Rhizosphere Interactions and Effects on PAH Degradation, R.D. Child, C. Miller, and A.J. Anderson, Abstract from the ASM 105th General Meeting June 5th-June 9th 2005.
    7045
    Anoxyphototroph Purple Non-Sulfur Bacteria Isolated from Water Reservoirs of Puerto Rico, K.Y. Flores-Burgos, A.J. Toro-Ramos, I.M. Almodovar-Rodgriguez, N. Figueroa-Matias, C. Rios-Velazquez, Abstract from the ASM 105th General Meeting June 5th-June 9th 2005.
    7044
    Isolation and Partial Characterization of a Purple Pigment Producing Bacterium from the Tennessee Copper Basin, A.M.l. Gaston, A. Ejiofor, T. Johnson, Abstract from the ASM 105th General Meeting June 5th-June 9th 2005.
    7029
    Inhibition of Capsule Production in Bacteria by Thioglycolate, A. Franco-Buff, P. Domenico, and B. R. Bochner, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, Q-67
    7025
    Identification of Gram Negative Aerobic / Microaerophilic Rods with Four Automated and Semi-Automated Systems, M.E. Wilson, and N.E. Jackson, Abstracts and Poster of the 96th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1996, p. 394.
    7024
    The Biolog MicroStation System and General Procedures for Identifying Environmental Bacteria and Yeast, B.R. Bochner, Automated Microbial Identification and Quantitation: Technologies for the 2000s, Wayne P. Olson, ed., Interpharm Press, 1996, p.13-51.
    7023
    Metabolic Taxonomy of over 1100 Species of Bacteria and Yeast based on Biolog MicroPlates, B.R. Bochner, Abstracts of The Australian Society for Microbiology, Microbiology Australia, September, 1995, v.16, PO3.15.
    7022
    Phenotypic Profiles for the Assessment and Identification of Microbial Diversity, B.R. Bochner, Abstracts of the Australian Society for Microbiology, Microbiology Australia, September, 1995, v.16, S21.4.
    7017
    Use of the Biolog-System for Rapid Characterization and Classification of Coryneform Isolates, K. Martin, I. Groth, J. Meyer, and P. Schumann, Abstracts of the 1993 FEMS Conference on Microbial Taxonomy, Granada, Spain, 1993.
    7014
    Classification of Acinetobacter Strains by the Biolog System, A.T. Bernards, J. van der Toorn, B.R. Bochner, L. Dijkshoorn, Abstract Presentation of FEMS Meeting, Granada, Spain, September, 1993, p.64.
    7013
    Microbes: Improved Methods for Recovering Bacteria from HPW Water, J.L. Clancy and L. Cimini, Ultrapure Water, 1991, p. 25-38.
    7012
    R & D 100 Awards: Biotechnology, R & D Magazine, October, 1991, p.44.
    7011
    Identification of Environmental Bacteria, B.R. Bochner, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing International, 1993, p.223-225.
    7010
    Comparison of the MIDI and BIOLOG Systems for Identification of Indoor Airborne Bacteria, L.E. Pifer, T.M. Bowen, J.R. Meldrum, and L.D. Stetzenbach, Abstracts of the 93rd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1993, p.412.
    7009
    Characterization of Facultative Thermophilic Bacteria Isolated From the Air at Six Fiberglass Manufacturing Plants, D. Dewitt, and P. Stukus, Abstracts of the 93rd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1993, p.411.
    7008
    Identification of Glutaraldehyde-Resistant, Rapidly Growing Mycobacteria Based on Sole-Carbon-Source Utilization, C. Roberts, S. Guida, and H. Chan-Myers, Abstracts of the 92nd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1992, p.173.
    7007
    The Matrix Approach: Microbial Retention Testing of Sterilizing-Grade Filters with Final Parenteral Products, Part II, R.V. Levy, K.S. Souza, D.L. Hyde, S.M. Gambale, and C.B. Neville, Pharmaceutical Technology, 1991, v.15, p. 58-68.
    7004
    "Breathprints" at the Microbial Level, B.R. Bochner, ASM News, 1989, v.55, p. 536-539.
    7003
    Sleuthing Out Bacterial Identities, B.R. Bochner, Nature, 1989, v.339, p. 157-158.
    7002
    New Methods Aid Microbial Identification, A. Klausner, Bio/Technology, 1988, v.6, p. 756.
    7001
    New Approaches to Monitoring Cells, J.L. Fox, Bio/Technology, 1987, v.5,p. 872.
  8. Bibliography of Publications on Biolog Applications
    Updated April 2006 Section 8
    Computer Programs/Statistical Analysis
    8002
    Presenting Science in Three Dimensions: a Review of Origin-3-D for Windows Version 2.88, J.C. Fry, Binary, 1994, v.6, p. 3-5.
    8001
    Software Review: Toward an Ideal Scientific Graphic System for IBM at Compatible Computers, J.C. Fry, Binary, 1993, v.5, p. 75-78.
  9. Bibliography of Publications on Biolog Applications
    Updated April 2006 Section 9
    Marine and Hypersaline Microbiology
    9044
    Bacterial Motility of Freshwater Isolates from the Kraus Wilderness Preserve, A.R. Robinson, L.S. Corthell, and L. Tuhela, Abstract from the ASM 105th General Meeting June 5th- June 9th 2005.
    9026
    The Effect of Suspending Solution Supplemented with Marine Cations on the Oxidation of Biolog GN MicroPlateTM Substratres by Vibrionaceae Bacteria, L. Noble and J. Gow, Canadian Journal of Microbiology, 1998, v.44, pp. 251-258.
    9022
    A Phenotypic Identification Scheme for Marine Luminous Bacteria Using Commercial Test Panels and a Non-Specialized Statistics Program, J. Makemson, Abstracts of the 96th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1996, p. 344.
    9020
    Carbon-source Utilization Patterns of Coral-associated Marine Heterotrophs, K.B. Ritchie and G.W. Smith, Journal of Marine Biotechnology, 1995, v.3, pp. 105-107.
    9018
    Bacterial Ecology of Selected Corals Following the 1994 South Central Bleaching Event, A. Jindal, K.B. Ritchie, R.L. Hayes, T.J. Goreau, and G.W. Smith, Proceedings of the 27th Meeting of the Association of Marine Labs, 1996.
    9017
    Bacteriological Studies on White-Band Disease of Acropora cervicornis, G.W. Smith and K.B. Ritchie, Biology and Geology of Coral Reefs, September, 1995.
    9016
    Grouping of Bacterial Heterotrophs from Sceractinian Corals Using Metabolic Potentials, K.B. Ritchie and G.W. Smith, Proceedings of the 26th Meeting of the Association of Marine Labs, 1995.
    9015
    Bacteria Associated with Bleached and Nonbleached Areas of Montastrea annularis, K.B. Ritchie, J.H. Dennis, T. McGrath, and G.W. Smith, Proceedings of the 6th Symposium of the National History of the Bahamas, 1994, p. 75-80.
    9014
    The Diversity of Marine Bacteria on the Surface of Macro Algae in the Danish Waters, J. E. Johansen and C. Sjoholm, International Symposium on the Exploration of Microbial Diversity, June, 1995.
    9013
    A Strategy for Rapid Identification of Gram-Negative Marine-Derived Bacteria, Y. Sun, N. Wainwright, and T. Holt, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 479.
    9012
    Computer-Assisted Identification of Marine Bacteria, K.T. Doan, and J. Sidie, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 353.
    9011
    Biochemical Diversity in a San Francisco Bay Solar Salt Facility, C.D. Litchfield, and V. Chandhoke, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 339.
    9008
    Characterization of the Ureolytic Flora in the Spiral Valve of a Carcharhinid Shark, C.M. Preston and I.T. Knight, Abstracts of the 93rd Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1993, p. 257.
    9003
    Identification and Taxonomy of Marine Bacteria Using the Biolog System, B.R. Bochner, Abstracts of the International Marine Biotechnology Conference, October, 1991, p.86.
    9002
    Seasonal Changes in Seagrass Bacterial Rhizoplane Populations Using Carbon Source Utilization Patterns, G.W. Smith, J.R. Yates, and L.C. Ducate, Abstracts of the International Marine Biotechnology Conference, October, 1991, p.88.
    9001
    Carbon Source Utilization by Seagrass Rhizoplane Bacteria, G.W. Smith and D.T. Gerace, Programa Resumentes Second Congress on Marine Sciences, 1990, p.182.
  10. Bibliography of Publications on Biolog Applications
    Updated March 2013 Section 10
    Yeast and Fungi
    10020
    Differences in Native Soil Ecology Associated with Invasion of the Exotic Annual Chenopod, Halogeton glomeratus , C. Woods, Biology and Fertility of Soils, 2003 v.38, pp. 72-77.
    10019
    Phenotype Analysis May Rival PCR in Lab's Future, C. Woods, Indoor Environment Connections, 2004 v.5, pp. 1-3.
    10014
    Improved Identification of Yeasts and Moulds, International Food Hygiene, 2001, v.12, pp. 12-13.
    10005
    Substrate Utilization and Induction of Sporulation in Atkinsonella hypoxylon, M.S. Bergen, P.V. Reddy, and J.F. White, Jr., Abstracts of the Mycological Society of America Annual Meeting, Montreal, August, 1997.
    10004
    Modifications to the BiologTM Recommended Protocol for Fungal Identification, P.M. Jacoby-Garrett and L. Stetzenbach, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.461.
    10003
    Use of BiologTM System for Fungal Identification, P.M. Jacoby-Garrett and L. Stetzenbach, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p.461.
    10002
    Evaluation of the Biolog System for the Identification of Medically Important Yeast, M. Romagnoli, J. Osterhout, and W.G. Merz, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 107.
    10001
    AAFC Joins the Green Mould Project, J. Bissett, Mushroom World, Sept.,1995, v.3, p. 9-13.
  11. Bibliography of Publications on Biolog Applications
    Updated April 2006 Section 11
    Anaerobic Microbiology
    11106
    Development of an Identification Panel for Anaerobic Bacteria Utilizing Carbon Oxidation, J. L. Argyle, P. Gadzinski, and B. R. Bochner, SIM News, 2000, v.50, pp. 113-118.
    11103
    Metabolic Reactions of Bifidobacteria and Separation from Lactic Acid Bacteria using Biolog AN MicroPlates, J. L. Argyle, and B. R. Bochner, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, I-10.
    11102
    Use of Biolog MicroPlates for Identification and Metabolic Studies of Anaerobic Bacteria, J.L. Argyle and B.R. Bochner, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p. 157.
    11101
    Use of Biolog MicroPlates for Identification and Metabolic Studies of Anaerobic Bacteria, J.L. Argyle and B.R. Bochner, Abstract from the Congress on Anaerobic Bacteria and Anaerobic Infections, 1996, 44PP.
  12. Bibliography of Publications on Biolog Applications
    Updated April 2006 Section 12
    Rainbow® Agar
    12226
    Isolation and Characterization of Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia coli, R. Reissbrodt, Remedia, Klinicka mikrobiologie, 1998, v.2, pp. 344-351.
    12217
    Studies of Escherichia coli Cultured on RainbowTM Agar 0157 with Particular Reference to Enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli (EHEC), K.A. Betttelheim, Microbiol. Immunol., 1998, v.42, pp. 265-269.
    12216
    Comparison of Hektoen Enteric, XLT4, and Rainbow Salmonella Agars, K. O. Stein and B. R. Bochner, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, P-69.
    12215
    Tellurite and Novobiocin Improve Recovery of E. coli O157:H7 on Rainbow® Agar O157, K. O. Stein and B. R. Bochner, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, P-80.
    12214
    Escherichia coli O157:H7 Shedding from Experimentally Inoculated Calves, J. Minter, S. C. Richardson, F. J. DeGraves, J. C. Wright, T. Penfound, J. W. Foster, and S. B. Price, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, B-169
    12213
    Clinical Evaluation of a Two-Step Approach, Using Meridian Diagnostics Premier EHEC ELISA and Biolog Rainbow Agar O157, for the Isolation of Fecal O157 and non-0157 Enterohemorrhagic Escherichia Coli, T. J. Novicki, J. A. Daly, S. Mottice, K. C. Carroll, Abstracts of the 98th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1998, C-257
    12211
    Comparison of SELeCT and MPN Methodologies for the Recovery and Quantification of E. coli O157:H7 in Spiked Ground Beef Samples, David T. Ingram, Christos G. Rigakos, David Rollins, Edward T. Mallinson, Lewis Carr, Chinta Lamichhane, Sam W. Joseph, Abstracts from Southern Poultry Science Society (SPSS) Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, January 17-18, 1997.
    12209
    Use of CHROMagar O157 and Rainbow Agar O157 to Isolate Shiga-Like Toxin-Producing Echerichia coli O157:H7 from Samples of Meat and Faecal Specimen, C.S.O. Ng, N. Ryan, M. Yates, and K.A. Bettelheim, VTEC Conference, Baltimore, June, 1997.
    12208
    Advances in Pathogenic Detection, P.C. Vasavada, Food Testing & Analysis, April & May, 1997, p. 18-23, 47-48.
    12207
    Development and Evaluation of a 24Hr Method (Ecoli SELeCTTM ) for the Detection, Isolation, and Quantification of Escherichia coli O-157:H7 in Raw Ground Meat and Poultry, D.T. Ingram, C.G. Rigakos, D. Rollins, E.T. Mallinson, L. Carr, C. Lamichhane, and S. Joseph, Abstracts of the VTEC Conference, Baltimore, June, 1997.
    12206
    Adaptation of a Procedure Used to Isolate Escherichia coli O157:H7 from Ground Beef for Use with Implicated Liquid Vehicles, B.D. Saunders and J.A. Kiehlbauch, Abstracts of the 97th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1997, p. 453.
    12205
    Development of a 24hr Assay (E. coli SELeCTTM) for the Isolation, Quantification and Confirmation of E. Coli O157:H7 in Poultry and Red Meat, D. T. Ingram, C. G. Rigakos, D. Rollins, E. T. Mallinson, L. Carr, and S. W. Joseph, Poster presented at the 96th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1996.
    12204
    Comparison of a New Medium for Assessment of Urinary Tract Infection, B. Bell, Abstracts of the Australian Society for Microbiology, Microbiology Australia, September, 1995, v.16:4, PO1.35.
    12203
    Rainbow Agar VTEC: A New Chromogenic Culture Medium For Detecting Verotoxin-Producing E. coli, B.R. Bochner, Abstracts of the Australian Society For Microbiology, Microbiology Australia, September, 1995,v.16:4, PO2.1.
    12202
    Rainbow UTI System: A Rapid and Simple Multicolor Diagnostic System for Common Urinary Tract Pathogens, B. Bochner, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 65.
    12201
    Evaluation of Rainbow UTI System for Rapid Isolation and Identification of Urinary Pathogens, B.C. Schieven, Abstracts of the 95th General Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, 1995, p. 65.
  13.  

    Bibliography of Publications on Biolog Applications
    Updated May 2014Section 13
    Phenotype MicroArrays
    13259
    Biolog phenotype microarrays1, Shea A; Wolcott M; Daefler S; Rozak DA; 2012 May, p.331-373, Methods Mol Biol
    13256
    Variable carbon catabolism among Salmonella enterica serovar Typhi isolates3, Chai LC; Kong BH; Elemfareji OI; Thong KL; 2012 Jun 19, PLoS One
    13251
    Changes in bacterial community structure of agricultural land due to long-term organic and chemical amendments1, Chaudhry V; Rehman A; Mishra A; Chauhan PS; Nautiyal CS; 2012 Feb, p.450-460, Microbial Ecology
    13238
    A Functional Genomics Approach to Establish the Complement of Carbohydrate Transporters in Streptococcus pneumoniae1, Bidossi A; Mulas L; Decorosi F; Colomba L; Ricci S; Pozzi G; Deutscher J; Viti C; Oggioni MR; 2011 May 3, p.e33320, PLoS One
    13193
    Phenotypic Diversity among Cronobacter spp., B. Tall, 1st International Meeting on Cronobacter, 2009, Dublin, Ireland.
    13178
    Identification and Characterization of Brewers Yeast Using Phenotype MicroArrays, S. Walker, Abstract, Veterinary Laboratories Agency Conference, November 2008.
    13177
    Development of Phenotype MicroArrays for The Characterisation of a Porcine Cell Line, M. Abu Oun, Abstract, Veterinary Laboratories Agency Conference, November 2008.
    13176
    The Gut Microbiota as a Virtual Organ And Novel Approaches to Understand it, J. Marchesi, Abstract, Veterinary Laboratories Agency Conference, November 2008.
    13175
    Effects of Microbial Growth Rate on Inhibitory Effects of Antimicrobial Compounds Using Biolog Microarray Chemical Sensitivity Plates, R. Thorn, Abstract, Veterinary Laboratories Agency Conference, November 2008.
    13174
    Use of Biolog for Studying Oral Communities, J. Greenman, Abstract, Veterinary Laboratories Agency Conference, November 2008.
    13173
    Integrating PM Technology With In Situ and In Silico Analyses of Microbial Activities, G. Preston, Abstract, Veterinary Laboratories Agency Conference, November 2008.
    13172
    Metabolomics of Slow-Growing Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Mycobacterium bovis Strains Using Phenotype MicroArray Technology, B. Upadhyay, Abstract, Veterinary Laboratories Agency Conference, November 2008.
    13171
    Using Phenotypic Data to Construct and Curate Genome-scale Models, P.Suthers, Abstract, Veterinary Laboratories Agency Conference, November 2008.
    13170
    The Detection of Differences in the Utilisation of Glyoxylate and 2-Carbon Compounds in Salmonella typhimurium, M. Saunders, Abstract, Veterinary Laboratories Agency Conference, November 2008.
    13168
    Phenotypic and Genotypic Differences Between Pathogenic and Laboratory Escherichia coliStrains, J. Hobman, Abstract, Veterinary Laboratories Agency Conference, November 2008.
    13167
    Identification of an ABC-Type Trehalose Transporter in Mycobacterium smegmatis, S. Jaques III, L. Daniels, poster, SC-ASM Conference, Nov. 2008, Austin.
    13166
    Carbon Source Utilization Pattern Among Rapidly Growing Mycobacterium (RGM) Species by Phenotypic Array Analysis Using Biolog OmniLog System, M. Rahman, S. Jaques III, L. Daniels, poster, SC-ASM Conference, Nov. 2008, Austin
    13164
    Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of The Metabolism of Helicobacter pylori, X-H Lei, B. Bochner, poster, Spring Meeting, Society for General Microbiology, March, 2008, Edinburgh
    13161
    Phenotypes of Salmonella enterica Serovar Typhi and Acinetobacter Spp., Reflections of Different Lifestyles?, L. Dijkshoorn, J.T. Van Dissel, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13159
    Functional Diversity and Productivity Peak at Intermediate Dispersal Rate in Evolving Bacterial Metacommunities, P. Venail, R.C. Maclean, T. Bouvier, M.A. Brockhurst, M.E. Hochberg, N. Mouquet, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13158
    Adapting Biolog Phenotype MicroArray Technology to Reveal the Metabolomics of Mycobacterium tubercolosis and Mycobacterium bovis, Slow-growing Pathogens with d=0.03 to 0.05/h., B. Upadhyay, M.D. Fielder, P.R. Wheeler, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13157
    Phenotypic Microarray analysis of Cronobacter Spp. (Formerly Enterobacter sakazakii), B.D. Tall, S. Fanning, C. Iversen, N. Mullane, M. H. Kothary, A. Datta, L. Carter, S. K. Curtis, B.A. McCardell, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13156
    Transcriptional Response of Desulfovibrio vulgaris Hildenborough to Oxygenation: An Indirect Metabolic Analysis by Restriction Fragment Functional Display (RFFD), M. Santana, J. Gonzalez, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13155
    Influence of Pseudomonas aeruginosa on Biofilm Formation and Internalization of Burkholderia cenocepacia Strains, L. Pirone, C. Auriche, C. Dalmastri, F. Ascenzioni,, A. Bevivino , Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13154
    The Metabolic Fingerprint of Filamentous Fungi Responsible for Damage and Biodegradation in Cultural Heritage: Applications and Perspectives, F.P. Pinzari, V. C. Cialei, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13153
    Phenotypic Characterization of Thermophilic Bacilli Isolated from the Sites with Geothermal and Geo-chemical Anomalies of Armenia, H. Panosyan, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13152
    Regulatory Network of AcrAB Multidrug Efflux Pump in Salmonella and its Role in Response to Metabolites, E. Nikaido, K. Nishino, A. Yamaguchi, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13151
    Roles of Multidrug Efflux Pumps in Antimicrobial Peptide Resistance of Salmonella enterica, T. Nakano, K. Nishino, A. Yamaguchi, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13150
    Phenotypic Analysis of Multidrug Efflux Pumps - Not Just for Multidrug Resistance, K. Nishino, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13149
    Assessment of Phenotypic Features of Bacteria Isolated from Different Antarctic Environments, S. Mangano, C. Caruso, L. Michaud, A. Lo Giudice, V. Bruni, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13148
    Genotypic and Phenotypic Diversity of Streptococcus thermophilus Strains Isolated from the Caucasian Yogurt-like Product Matsoni, I. Malkhazova, M. Merabishvili, N. Chanishvili, L. Brusetti, D. Daffonchio, D. Mora, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13147
    Differentiation of Novel Species Using the Phenotype MicroArray, C. Iversen, N. Mullane, S. Fanning, B. Mccardell, B.D. Tall, M.H. Kothary, L. Carter, A. Lehner, R. Stephan, H. Joosten, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13146
    Phenotypic Analysis of Enterobacter sakazakii (Cronobacter spp.), C. Iversen, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13145
    Use of a Phenotype Array to Study an Adaptive Response in Enterobacter sakazakii, B. Arku, S. Fanning, T. Quinn, K. Jordan, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13144
    Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Anaerobes, T. C. Hazen, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13143
    A Phenotypic Approach to Differentiate Strains within Oenococcus oeni species, S. Guerrini, S. Mangani, L. Granchi, M. Vincenzini, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13142
    H-NS, A Master Controller of Warm Adaptation in Escherichia coli: A Transcriptomic Analysis, F. Fabretti, T. Carzaniga, F. Falciani, G. Deho, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13141
    Novel Cues of L. pneumophila Differentiation Uncovered by Phenotype MicroArrays, R.L. Edwards, Z.D. Dalebroux, M. S. Swanson, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13140
    Comparative Phenotypic Microarray Analysis of Listeria monocytogenes Strains Involved in Invasive and Gastroenteritis Listeriosis Outbreaks, A. Datta, L.Carter, L. Burall, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13139
    Carbon and Energy Metabolism of Escherichia coli in the Intestine, T. Conway, P.S. Cohen, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13138
    Biolog Microbial Identification System-study on the Operating Regulation of Bacteria Identification, C. Chi, Y. Mei, L. Jin-Xia, Y. Su, H. Hai-Rong, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13137
    Identification of Saccharomyces cerevisiae by the Biolog automated microbes identification system, C. Chi, L. Jin-Xia, Y. Su, H. Hai-Rong, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13136
    Extended-spectrum Beta-lactamase Producing Strains of Escherichia coli Isolates: Phenotypic and Genotypic Characterization, E.C. Adibe, C.E. Ilodigwe, H.I. Ekenedo, L.C. Ofora, S.I. Okonkwo, S.A. Obi, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13135
    Characterization of a Porcine Cell Line by Phenotype MicroArray, M. Abuoun, J.W. Collins, M.J. Woodward, R.M. La Ragione, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13134
    Integrating Biolog Phenomic Analysis with Genomic Approaches to Explore the Diversity of Natural Sinorhizobium meliloti Strains, E. Biondi , Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13133
    Phenotypic Analysis of Cr(VI)-sensitive Mutants of Pseudomonas corrugata Strain 28, E. Tatti, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13132
    Physiological Characterization of Pseudomonas pseudoalcaligenes KF707: Biofilm Development and Adaptation to Environmental Stress, S. Fedi, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13131
    Antimicrobials inducing E. coli Biofilm Formation, Identified by Phenotype MicroArrays, A. Boehm, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13130
    Linking Phenotype to Genotype of Epidemiologically Prevalent Salmonella by Comparative Microarray Analysis, J. Guard-Bouldin, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13129
    Phenotypic Analysis of Salmonella, M. Anjum, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13128
    Use of PM Technology to Characterize Nutrient Utilization and Restriction in the Obligate Intracellular Bacterial Pathogen Coxiella burnetii, A. Omsland, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13127
    Characterization of Porcine Cell Using Phenotype MicroArray, M. Abuoun, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13126
    PM Assay of Mammalian Cells, B. Bochner, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13125
    Phenotype MicroArrays as a Tool to Study Physiology of Industrially Important Fungi, I. Druzhinina, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13124
    Pleiotropic Effects of Mutations of the LEU4 Gene in Saccharomyces cerevisiae, E. Casalone, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13123
    Unravelling Membrane Transport Mechanisms in Pseudomonas sp. through Phenomics, I. Paulsen, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13122
    Towards Elucidation of Physiological Networks in a Cell Using PM Technology and Genetic Network Analysis, H. Mori, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13121
    Use of Growth Profiling Data to Improve Constraint-based Modelling of Metabolism, L. Yang, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008
    13120
    Phenotype MicroArray Technology: Principles and Practice, B. Bochner, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13119
    Phenotypic Analysis of Food-borne Pathogens, T. Cebula, Abstract, Florence Conference on Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Microorganisms, March, 2008.
    13118
    Visualization of Growth Curve Data from Phenotype Microarray Experiments,, J.S. Jacobsen, D.C. Joyner, S.E. Borglin, T.C. Hazen, A.P. Arkin, E.W. Bethel, 11th International Conference on Information Visualization (IV07), Zurich, Switzerland, July 4-6, 2007, Published by the IEEE Computer Society.
    13117
    Response of Desulfovibrio vulgaris to alkaline stress, S. Stolyar, Q. He, M.P. Joachimiak, Z. He, Z.K. Yang, S.E. Borglin, D.C. Joyner, K. Huang, E. Alm, T.C. Hazen, J. Zhou, J.D. Wall, A.P. Arkin, D.A. Stahl, 2007, J. Bacteriol., v.189, pp. 8944-8952.
    13116
    Analysis of a ferric uptake regulator (Fur) mutant of Desulfovibrio vulgaris Hildenborough, K.S. Bender, H-C Yen, C.L. Hemme, Z. Yang, Z. He, Q. He, J. Zhou, K.H. Huang, E.J. Alm, T.C. Hazen, A.P. Arkin, J.D. Wall, 2007, Appl. Environ. Microbiol., v.73, pp. 5389-5400.
    13115
    Flux analysis of central metabolic pathways in Geobacter metallireducens during reduction of soluble Fe (III)-NTA, Y.J. Tang, R. Chakraborty, H. Garcia Martin, J. Chu, T.C. Hazen, J.D. Keasling, 2007, Appl. Environ. Microbiol., v.73, pp. 3859-3864.
    13114
    Cell wide response to low oxygen exposure in Desulfovibrio vulgaris Hildenborough, A. Mukhopadhyay, A.M. Redding, M.P. Joachimiak, A.P. Arkin, S.E. Borglin, P.S. Dehal, R. Chakraborty, J.T. Geller, T.C. Hazen, D.C. Joyner, V.J.J. Martin, J.D. Wall, Z.K. Yank, J. Zhou, J.D. Keasling, J. Bacteriol., v.189, pp. 5996-6010.
    13113
    Pathway confirmation and flux analysis using 13C isotopic labeling of metabolites in Desulfovibrio vulgaris Hildenborough via FT-ICR Mass Spectrometry, Y. Tang, F. Pingitore, A. Mukhopadhyay, R. Phan, T.C. Hazen, J.D. Keasling, 2007, J. Bacteriol., v.189, pp. 940-949.
    13112
    Study of Nitrate Stress in Desulfovibrio vulgaris Hildenborough Using iTRAQ Proteomics, A.M. Redding, A. Mukhopadhyay, D. Joyner, T.C. Hazen, J.D. Keasling, 2006, Briefings in Functional Genomics and Proteomics, v.5, pp. 133-143.
    13111
    Energetic consequences of nitrite stress in Desulfovibrio vulgaris Hildenborough inferred from global analysis, Q. He, K.H. Huang, Z. He, E.J. Alm, M.W. Fields, T.C. Hazen, A.P. Arkin, J.D. Wall, J. Zhou, 2006, Appl. Environ. Microbiol, v.72, pp. 4370-4381.
    13110
    Salt stress in Desulfovibrio vulgaris Hildenborough: An integrated genomics approach, A. Mukhopadhyay, Z. He, E.J. Alm, A.P. Arkin, E.E. Baidoo, S.C. Borglin, W. Chen, T.C. Hazen, Q. He, H.-Y. Holman, K. Huang, R. Huang, D.C. Joyner, N. Katz, M. Keller, P. Oeller, A. Redding, J. Sun, Z. Yang, J.D. Wall, J. Wei, H.-C. Yen, J. Zhou, J.D. Keasling, J. Bacteriol, v.188, pp. 4068-4078.
    13109
    The global ppGpp-mediated stringent response to amino acid starvation in Escherichia coli, M.F. Traxler, S.M. Summers, H-T Nguyen, V. M. Zacharia, G.A. Hightower, J.T. Smith, T. Conway, Molecular Microbiology, v.68, pp. 1128-1148.
    13108
    Genome-scale metabolic network analysis of the opportunistic pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa, M.A. Oberhardt, J. Puchalka, K.E. Fryer, V.A. Martins dos Santos, J.A. Papin, Bacteriol., v.190, pp. 2790-2803.
    13107
    Comparison of carbon nutrition for pathogenic and commensal Escherichia coli strains in the mouse intestine, A.J. Fabich, S.A. Jones, F.Z. Chowdhury, et al., Infect. Immun., v.76, pp. 1143-1152.
    13106
    Diversity and productivity peak at intermediate dispersal rate in evolving metacommunities, P.A. Venail, R.C. MacLean, T. Bouvier, M.A. Brockhurst, M.E. Hochberg, N. Mouquet, Nature, v.452, pp. 210-214.
    13105
    Photostimulation of Hypocrea atroviridis growth occurs due to a cross-talk of carbon metabolism, blue light receptors and response to oxidative stress, M.A. Friedl, M. Schmoll, C.P. Kubicek, I.S. Druzhinina, Microbiology, 2008, v.154, pp. 1229-1241.
    13104
    Carbon source dependence and photostimulation of conidiation in Hypocrea atroviridis, M.A. Friedl, C.P. Kubicek, I.S. Druzhinina, Appl. Environ. Microbial., 2008, v.74, pp. 245-250.
    13103
    A genome-scale metabolic reconstruction for Escherichia coli K-12 MG1655 that accounts for 1260 ORFs and thermodynamic information., A.M. Feist, C.S. Henry, J.L. Reed, M. Krummenacker, A.R. Joyce, P.D. Karp, L.J. Broadbelt, V. Hatzimanikatis, B.O. Palsson, Mol. Syst. Biol., 2007, v.3, p. 121.
    13102
    Beta-D-Allose inhibits fruiting body formation and sporulation in Myxococcus xanthus, M. Chavira, N. Cao, K. Le, T. Riar, N. Moradshahi, M. McBride, R. Lux, W. Shi, J. Bacteriol., 2007, v.189, pp. 169-178.
    13101
    Application of DNA bar codes for screening of industrially important fungi: the haplotype of Trichoderma harzianum sensu stricto indicates superior chitinase formation., V. Nagy, V. Seidl, G. Szakacs, M. Komon-Zelazowska, C.P. Kubicek, I.S. Druzhinina, Appl. Environ. Microbiol., 2007, v.73, pp. 7048-7058.
    13100
    Exploring Genotypic and Phenotypic Diversity of Microbes Using Microarray Approaches, A. Mukherjee, S.A. Jackson, J.E. LeClerc, T.A. Cebula, Toxicology Mechanisms and Methods, 2006, v.16, pp. 121-128.
    13099
    Global carbon utilization profiles of wild-type, mutant, and transformant strains of Hypocrea jecorina, I.S. Druzhinina, M. Schmoll, B. Seiboth, C.P. Kubicek, Appl. Environ. Microbiol., 2006, v.72, pp. 2126-2133.
    13098
    Carbon source utilization by the marine Dendryphiella species D. arenaria and D. salina, T.E. dela Cruz, B.E. Schulz, C.P. Kubicek, I.S. Druzhinina, FEMS Microbial Ecol., 2006, v.58, pp. 343-353.
    13097
    H-NS controls metabolism and stress tolerance in Escherichia coli O157:H7 that influence mouse passage, I. Erol, K-C Jeong, D.J. Baumler, B. Vykhodets, S-H Choi, C.W. Kaspar , BMC Microbiology, 2006, v.6.
    13096
    A Screening system for carbon sources enhancing beta-N-acetylglucosaminidase formation in Hypocrea atroviridis (Trichoderma atroviride), V. Seidl, IS Druzhinina, C.P. Kubiceka, Microbiology, 2006, v.152, pp. 2003-2012.
    13095
    Altered Utilization of N-Acetyl-D-Galactosamine by Escherichia coli O157:H7 from the 2006 Spinach Outbreak, A. Mukherjee, M. K. Mammel, J. E. LeClerc, T. A. Cebula, Journal of Bacteriology, 2008, v.190, pp. 1710-1717.
    13094
    Uncovering New Metabolic Capabilities of Bacillus subtilis Using Phenotype Profiling of Rifampin-Resistant rpoB Mutants, A. E. Perkins, W. L. Nicholson, Journal of Bacteriology, 2008, v.190, pp. 807-814.
    13093
    Carbon Source Dependence and Photostimulation of Conidiation in Hypocrea atroviridis, M. A. Friedl, C. P. Kubicek, I. S. Druzhinina, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2008, v.74, pp. 245-250.
    13092
    Genome-scale metabolic network analysis of the opportunistic pathogen Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1, M. A. Oberhardt, J. Puchalka, K. E. Fryer, V. A. P. Martins dos Santos, J. A. Papin, Journal of Bacteriology, v.190, pp. 2790-2803.
    13091
    Dual Involvement of CbrAB and NtrBC in the Regulation of Histidine Utlization in Pseudomonas fluorescens SBW25, X.-X. Zhang, P. B. Rainey, Genetics, 2008, v.190, pp. 185-195.
    13090
    A genome-scale metabolic reconstruction for Escherichia coli K-12 MG1655 that accounts for 1260 ORFs and thermodynamic information, A. M. Feist, C. S. Henry, J. L. Reed, M. Krummenacker, A. R. Joyce, P. D. Karp, L. J. Broadbelt, V. Hatzimanikatis, B. Paisson, Molecular Systems Biology 3, 2007.
    13089
    Regulatory Overlap and Functional Redundancy among Bacillus subtilis Extracytoplasmic Function s Factors, T. Mascher, A.-B. Hachmann, J. D. Helmann, Journal of Bacteriology, 2007, v.189, pp. 7500-7511.
    13088
    Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato DC3000 Uses Constitutive and Apoplast-Induced Nutrient Assimilation Pathways to Catabolize Nutrients That Are Abundant in the Tomato Apoplast, A. Rico, G. M. Preston, MPMI, 2008, v.21, pp. 269-282.
    13087
    Genome-scale Reconstruction of Metabolic Network in Bacillus subtilis Based on High-throughput Phenotyping and Gene Essentiality Data, Y. K. Oh, B. O. Palsson, S. M. Park, C. H. Schilling, R. Mahadevan, J. Biol. Chem., v.282, pp. 28791-28799.
    13086
    Genomic and Phenotypic Diversity of Coastal Vibrio cholerae Strains Is Linked to Environmental Factors, D. P. Keymer, M. C. Miller, G. K. Schoolnik, A. B. Boehm, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2007, v.73, pp. 3705-3714.
    13085
    Metabolic capacity of Bacillus cereus strains ATCC 14579 and ATCC 10987 interlinked with comparative genomics, M. Mols, M. de Been, M. H. Zwietering, R. Moezelaar, T. Abee, Environmental Microbiology, 2007, pp. 2933-2944.
    13084
    Integrated bioinformatic and phenotypic analysis of RpoN-dependent traits in the plant growth-promoting bacterium Pseudomonas fluorescens SBW25, J. Jones, D.J. Studholme, C.G. Knight, G.M. Preston, Environmental Microbiology, 2007, pp. 3046-3064.
    13083
    Genetic Analysis of a Novel Pathway for D-Xylose Metabolism in Caulobacter crescentus, C. Stephens, B. Christen, T. Fuchs, V. Sundaram, K. Watanabe, U. Jenal, Journal of Bacteriology, 2007, v.189, pp. 2181-2185.
    13082
    Visualization of Growth Curve Data from Phenotype Microarray Experiments, J. S. Jacobsen, D. C. Joyner, S. E. Borglin, T. C. Hazen, A. P. Arkin, E. W. Bethel, 11th International Conference Information Visualization (IV 07), 2007.
    13081
    Contribution of Target Gene Mutations and Efflux to Decreased Susceptibility of Salmonella enterica Serovar Typhimurium to Fluoroquinolones and Other Antimicrobials, S. Chen, S. Cui, P. F. McDermott, S. Zhao, D. G. White, I. Paulsen, J. Meng, Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, 2007, v.51,pp. 535-542.
    13080
    Cryptococcus neoformans a Strains Preferentially Disseminate to the Central Nervous System during Coinfection, K. Nielsen, G. M. Cox, A. P. Litvintseva, E. Mylonakis, S. Malliaris, D. K. Benjamin, Jr., S. S. Giles, T. G. Mitchell, A. Casadevall, J. R. Perfect, J. Heitman, Infection and Immunity, 2005, v.73, pp. 4922-4933.
    13079
    Regulation of Carbon and Nitrogen Utilization by CbrAB and NtrBC Two-Component Systems in Pseudomonas aeruginosa, W. Li, C-D. Lu, Journal of Bacteriology, 2007, v.189, pp. 5413-5420.
    13078
    Diversity of soil mycobacterium isolates from three sites that degrade polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, C.D. Miller, R. Child, J.E. Hughes, M. Benscai, P.P. Der, R.C. Sims, A.J. Anderson, Journal for Applied Microbiology, v.102, pp. 1612-1624.
    13077
    Characterization of Chromate-Resistant and Reducing Bacteria by Traditional Means and by a High-Throughput Phenomic Technique for Bioremediation Purposes, C. Viti, F. Decorosi, E. Tatti, L. Giovannetti, Biotechnol Prog., 2007, v.23, pp. 553-559.
    13076
    Growth Characteristics of Microorganisms on Commercially Available Animal-free Alternatives to Tryptic Soy Medium, D. Cleland, K. Jastrzembski, E. Stamenova, J. Benson, C. Catranis, D. Emerson, B. Beck, Journal of Microbiological Methods, 2007, v.69, pp.345-352.
    13075
    Escherichia coli enzyme IIANtr Regulates the K+ Transporter TrkA, C-R. Lee, S-H. Cho, M-J. Yoon,A. Peterkofsky, Y-J. Seok, 2007, The National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 2007.
    13074
    A Previously Undescribed Pathway for Pyrimidine Catabolism, K.D. Loh, P. Gyaneshwar, E.M. Papadimitriou, R. Fong, K-S. Kim, R. Parales, Z. Zhou, W. Inwood, and S. Kustu, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2006, v.103, pp. 5114-5119.
    13073
    FhuA and HgbA, Outer Membrane Proteins of Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae: Their Role as Virulence Determinants, L. Shakarji, L.G. Mikael, R. Srikumar, M. Kobisch, J.W. Coulton, and M. Jacques, Canadian Journal of Microbiology, 2006, v.52, pp. 391-396.
    13072
    Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Yeast Strains, B. Bochner, Abstract from the International Wine Microbiology Symposium, 2006.
    13071
    Phenotype MicroArrays that Assay the Energy Producing Pathways Active in Cells, B. Bochner, Abstract from the IBC Conference on Metabolic Syndrome, 2006.
    13070
    Global Carbon Utilization Profiles of Wild-Type, Mutant, and Transformant Strains of Hypocrea jecorina, I.S. Druzhinina, M. Schmoll, B. Seiboth, and C.P. Kubicek, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2006, v.72, pp. 2126-2133.
    13069
    Yeast as a Drug Discovery Platform in Huntington's and Parkinson's Diseases, T.F. Outeiro and F. Giorgini, Biotechnology Journal, 2006, v.1, pp. 1-12.
    13068
    Cell Scenario a New Look at Microarrays, C. Potera, Environmental Health Perspectives, 2006, v.114, pp. A-172-A175.
    13067
    Biolog Advances Global Cell Analysis Scans, C. Potera, Genetic Engineering News, 2006, v.26, pp. 24-25.
    13066
    Development of Phenotype MicroArrays for Measuring Energy Producing Pathways in Mammalian Cells, L.A. Wiater, M. Siri, R. Huang, and B.R. Bochner, Poster presented at Cambridge Healthtech Institute's 13th International Molecular Medicine Tri-Conference, February 2006 and The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, April 2006.
    13065
    Correlation of Phenotype with the Genotype of Egg-Contaminating Salmonella enterica Serovar Enteritidis, C.A. Morales, S. Porwollik, J.G. Frye, H. Kinde, and M. McClelland, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 2005, v.71, pp. 4388-4399.
    13064
    A selC-Associated Genomic Island of the Extraintestinal Avian Pathogenic Escherichia coli Strain BEN2908 is Involved in Carbohydrate Uptake and Virulence, I. Chouikha, P. Germon, A. Bree, P. Gilot, M. Moulin-Schouleur, and C. Schouler, Journal of Bacteriology, 2006, v.188, pp. 977-987.
    13063
    Phenotype Microarray Profiling of Staphylococcus aureus menD and hemB Mutants with the Small-Colony-Variant Phenotype, C. von Eiff, P. McNamara, K. Becker, D. Bates, X-H. Lei, M. Ziman, B.R. Bochner, G. Peters, and R.A. Proctor, Journal of Bacteriology, 2006, v.188, pp. 687-693.
    13062
    Discovering New Drugs on the Cellular Level, NASA Spinoff, 2005, pp. 12-13.
    13061
    Global Physiological Analysis of Carbon- and Energy- Limited Growing Escherichia coli Confirms a High Degree of Catabolic Flexibility and Preparedness for Mixed Substrate Utilization, J. Ihssen, and T. Egli, Environmental Microbiology, 2005, v.7, pp. 1568-1581.
    13060
    Role of HtrA in Surface Protein Expression and Biofilm Formation by Streptococcus mutants, S. Biswas and I. Biswas, Infection and Immunity, 2005, v.73, pp. 6923-6934.
    13059
    Requirements of the Dephospho-form of Enzyme IIANTR for Derepression of Escherichia coli K-12 ilvBN Expression, C-R. Lee, B-M. Koo, S-H. Cho, Y-J. Kim, M-J. Yoon, A. Peterkofsky, and Y-J. Seok, Molecular Microbiology, 2005, v.58, pp. 334-344.
    13058
    Harnessing Natural Diversity to Probe Metabolic Pathways, O.R. Homann, H. Cai, J.M. Becker, and S.L. Lindquist, PLOS Genetics, 2005, v. 1, pp. 0715-0729.
    13057
    The Phagosomal Transporter A Couples Threonine Acquisition to Differentiation and Replication of Legionella pneumophila in Macrophages, J-D. Sauer, M.A. Bachman, and M.S. Swanson, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2005, v.102, pp. 9924-9929.
    13056
    A New Pathway for Pyrimidine Catabolism in E. coli K-12: The b1012-b1006 Operon, K.D. Loh, P. Gyaneshwar, E.M. Papadimitriou, R. Fong, K-S. Kim, Z. Zhou, W. Inwood, and S. Kutsu, Abstract from the International Union of Microbiological Societies, July 2005.
    13055
    Metabolic Analysis of Helicobacter pylori Strain 26695 with Phenotype MicroArray Technology, X-H. Lei, S. Tan, D. E. Berg, and B. R. Bochner, Poster B-760, Session #5-B, presented at International Union of Microbiological Societies, July 2005.
    13054
    Characterization of the Genetic Origins of Phenotypic Diversification of the Pathogenic Salmonellae, B. Bochner, C.A. Morales, S. Porwollik, J.G. Frye, R. Gast, X-H. Lei, M. Ziman, M. McClelland, and J. Guard-Bouldin, Poster B-800, Session # 6-B, presented at International Union of Microbiological Societies, July 2005.
    13053
    Phenotype MicroArray Profiling of Staphylococcus aureus menD and hemB Mutants with Small Colony Variant (SCV) Phenotype, C. von Eiff, P. McNamara, K. Becker, D. Bates, X-H. Lei, M. Ziman, B.R. Bochner, G. Peters, and R.A. Proctor, Poster B-873, Session # 138-B, presented at International Union of Microbiological Societies, July 2005.
    13052
    Use of Phenotype MicroArray Technology to Fingerprint E. coli Loss-of-Function Mutants, M. Ziman, D. Chan, J. Carlson, S. Suharnan, H. Mori, H. Gobara, K. Nakahigashi, T. Baba, S. Tamishima, H. Matsui, and M. Arita, Poster presented at the 7th Annual Frontier of Microbial Research Genome Workshop, March 2005.
    13051
    Proline-Based Modulation of 2,4-Diacetylphloroglucinol and Viable Cell Yields in Cultures of Pseudomonas fluorescens Wild-Type and Over-Producing Strains, P.J. Slininger and M.A. Shea-Andersh, Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 2005, v.68, pp. 630-638.
    13050
    Gene Array Analysis of Yersinia enterocolitica FlhD and FlhC: Regulation of Enzymes Affecting Synthesis and Degradation of Carbamoylphosphate, V. Kapatral, J.W. Campbell, S.A. Minnich, N.R. Thomson, P. Matsumura, and B.M. Pruess, Microbiology, 2004, v.150, pp. 2289-2300.
    13049
    Phenotypic MicroArray Provides a Biochemical Profile of Staphylococcus aureus menD and hemB Mutants with Small Colony Variant (SCV) Phenotype, C. von Eiff, P. McNamara, D. Bates, K. Becker, B. Bochner, G. Peters, R.A. Proctor, Poster presented at 11th International Symposium on Staphylococci & Staphylococcal Infections, October 2004.
    13048
    Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of a S. aureus mnhD (NuoN-like) Mutant, a Thrombin-Induced Platelet Microbicidal Protein (tPMP)-Resistant Strain, R.A. Proctor, P.J. McNamara, A. Franco-Buff, B.R. Bochner, J. Schrenzel, M. Yeaman, and A. Bayer, Poster presented at 11th International Symposium on Staphylococci & Staphylococcal Infections, October 2004.
    13047
    Identifying Antimicrobials Using Isobologram Arrays, L.A. Wiater, K. Kim, J.D. Carlson, and P. Gadzinski, Abstract from the 104th General Meeting of the American Society of Microbiology, May 2004.
    13046
    Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Two-Component Regulatory Genes of Escherichia coli, X-H. Lei, L. Zhou, B.L. Wanner, and B. R. Bochner, Poster K-144, presented at 103rd General Meeting of the American Society of Microbiology, May 2003.
    13045
    Genomic and Physiological Characterization of Desulfovibrio vulgaris Strains Isolated from A Metal Contaminated Lake,S.M. Stolyar, C.B. Walker, H-C. Yen, B. Zuniga, N. Pinel, H. Gough, Z. He, Q. He, J. Zhou, T.C. Hazen, S.E. Borglin, J.D. Wall, and D.A. Stahl, Abstract from the ASM 105th Annual Meeting, June 5th-June 9th 2005.
    13044
    Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Desulfovibrio vulgaris, S.E. Borglin, T.C. Hazen, J. Carlson, J. Wall, and D. Joyner, Abstract from the ASM 105th Annual Meeting, June 5th-June 9th 2005.
    13043
    High Throughput Analysis of Stress Growth Response in Shewanella oneidensis MR1, . Katz, T.C. Hazen, R. Huang, D. Joyner, and S.E. Borglin, Abstract from the ASM 105th Annual Meeting, June 5th-June 9th 2005.
    13042
    Linkage of 23S and rrlA Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms to Phenotype Heterogeneity of Salmonella Enteritidis, C.A. Morales and J. Guard-Bouldin, Abstract from the ASM 105th Annual Meeting, June 5th-June 9th 2005.
    13041
    Legionella pneumophilaRequire phtA for Threonine Acquisition, Differentiation and Replication in Murine Bone Marrow Derived Macrophages, J-D. Sauer and M. Swanson, Abstract from the ASM 105th Annual Meeting, June 5th-June 9th 2005.
    13040
    Phenotype MicroArray analysis of an Escherichia coli O157: H7 luxS Mutant, M. Walters, Abstract from the ASM 105th Annual Meeting, June 5th-June 9th 2005.
    13039
    Correlation of Phenotype with the Genotype of egg-contaminating Salmonella Enteritidis, C.A. Morales, S. Porwllik, J.G. Frye, H. Kinde, M. McClelland, and J. Guard-Bouldin, Abstract from the ASM 105th Annual Meeting.
    13038
    Only Rarely Does Inorganic Polyphosphate (poly P) Depletion Decrease Motility in Helicobacter pylori, S. Tan, C.D. Fraley, W.L. Beatty, Q. Gong, B.K. Dieckgraefe, A. Kornberg, and D.E. Berg, Abstract from the ASM 105th Annual Meeting, June 5th-June 9th 2005.
    13037
    Correlation of Phenotype with the Genotype of Egg-contaminating Salmonella Enteritidis, C.A. Morales, S. Porwllik, J.G. Frye, H. Kinde, M. McClelland, and J. Guard-Bouldin, Abstract from the ASM Conference on Integrating Metabolism and Genomics, April 30th-May 3rd 2004.
    13036
    Metabolic Differences in Yersinia pestis as a Function of Temperature and Calcium Detected by Phenotype Arrays, A.E. Holtz, I.K. Fodor, J.P. Fitch, and S.L. McCutchen-Maloney, Abstract from the 44th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology, December 2004.
    13035
    A Plague on Many Houses, The American Society for Cell Biology Press Book 2004, p 6.
    13034
    LLNLs Ann Holtz-Morris on Studying Y. pestis with Cellular Arrays, Inside BioAssays, Dec. 2004.
    13033
    Probing Microbial Phenotypes in Wake of Genomics Data Flood, J.F. Fox, ASM News, 2000, v.66, pp. 391-392.
    13032
    Characterization of the Escherichia coli AaeAB Efflux Pump: A Metabolic Relief Valve?, T.K. Van Dyk, L.J. Templeton, K.A. Cantera, P.L. Sharpe, and F.S. Sariaslani, Journal of Bacteriology, 2004, v. 186, pp. 7196-7204.
    13031
    Metabolomic Analysis of Escherichia coli K-12 Mutants with Deletions of 1440 Genes, M. Ito, T. Baba, H. Mori, and H. Mori, Abstract from the ASM Integrating Metabolism and Genomics Conference April 30 - May 3, 2004.
    13030
    A Novel Fermentation/Respiration Switch Protein Regulated by Enzyme IIAGlc in Escherichia coli, B.M. Koo, M.J. Yoon, C.R. Lee, T.W. Nam, Y.J. Choe, H. Jaffe, A. Peterkofsky, and Y.J Seok, The Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2004, v.279, pp. 31613-31621.
    13029
    Gene and Bacterial Identification Using High-Throughput Technologies: Genomics, Proteomics, and Phenomics, S.F. Al-Khaldi and M.M. Mossoba, Nutrition, 2004, v.20, pp. 32-38.
    13028
    Integrating High-Throughput and Computational Data Elucidates Bacterial Networks, M.W. Covert, E.M. Knight, J.L. Reed, M.J. Herrgard, and B.O. Palsson, Nature, 2004, v.429, pp. 92-96.
    13027
    Global Analysis of Predicted Proteomes: Functional Adaptation of Physical Properties, C.G. Knight, R. Kassen, H. Hebestreit, and P.B. Rainey, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2004, v.101, pp. 8390-8395 .
    13026
    ASAP, a Systematic Annotation Package for Community Analysis of Genomes, J.D. Glasner, P. Liss, G. Plunkett III, A. Darling, T. Prasad, M. Rusch, A. Brynes, M. Gilson, B. Biehl, F.R. Blattner, and N.T. Perna, Nucleic Acids Research, 2003, v.31, pp. 147-151.
    13025
    Global Nutritional Profiling for Mutant and Chemical Mode-of-Action Analysis in Filamentous Fungi, M.M. Tanzer, H.N. Arst, A.R. Skalchunes, M. Coffin, B.A. Darveaux, R.W. Heiniger, and J.R. Shuster, Functional Integrated Genomics, 2003, v.3, pp. 160-170.
    13024
    Fast Tracking Bioprocessing Development and Optimisation, C. Gorman, Drug Plus International, 2003, v.2 pp. 6-9.
    13023
    Phenotype MicroArray Analysis of Escherichia coli K-12 Mutants with Deletions of All Two-Component Systems, L.Zhou, X.-H. Lei, B.R. Bochner, and B.L. Wanner, Journal of Bacteriology, 2003, v.185, pp. 4956-4972.
    13022
    Experimental Adaptive Radiation in Pseudomonas, R.C. MacLean and G. Bell, The American Naturalist, 2002, v.160 pp. 569-581.
    13021
    Divergent Evolution During an Experimental Adaptive Radiation, R.C. MacLean and G. Bell, Proc. Biol. Sci., 2003, v.270 pp. 1645-1650.
    13020
    New Technologies to Assess Genotype-Phenotype Relationships, B.R. Bochner, Nature Reviews Genetics, 2003, v.4 pp. 309-314.
    13019
    Phenotype MicroArrays: Their Use in Antibiotic Discovery, B.R. Bochner, Chapter 9 in Microbial Genomics and Drug Discovery, edited by T.J. Dougherty and S.J. Projan, Marcel Dekker, Inc., 2003.
    13018
    Phenotype MicroArrays for High-Throughput Phenotypic Testing and Assay of Gene Function, B.R. Bochner, P. Gadzinski, and E. Panomitros, Genome Research, 2001, v.11, pp. 1246-1255.
    13017
    Identification of Bacteria and Bacterial Genes: Infrared Spectroscopy, Genomics, Proteomics and Phenomics, S. Al-Khaldi and M. Mossoba, Microbiological Method Forum News, 2003, v.23, pp.1-6.
    13016
    FlhD/FlhC is a Regulator of Anaerobic Respiration and the Entner-Doudoroff Pathway through Induction of the Methyl-Accepting Chemotaxis Protein Aer, B.M. Prub, J.W. Campbell, T.K. Van Dyk, C. Zhu, Y. Kogan, and P. Matsumura, Journal of Bacteriology, 2003, v.185, pp. 534-543.
    13015
    Next-Generation Microarray Technologies, B.J. Sedlack, Genetic Engineering News, 2003, v.23, p.20.
    13014
    Engineering a Reduced Escherichia coli Genome, V. Kolisnychenko, G. Plunkett, III, C.D. Herring, T. Feher, J. Posfai, F.R. Blattner, and G. Posfai, Genome Research, 2002, v.12, pp. 640-647.
    13013
    Carbon and Nitrogen Substrate Utilization by Archival Salmonella typhimurium LT2 Cells, B.S. Tracy, K.K. Edwards, and A. Eisenstark, BMC Evolutionary Biology, 2002, v.2, pp. 1-6.
    13012
    Regulation of Carbon Utilization by Sulfur Availability in Escherichia coli and Salmonella typhimurium, J.A. Quan, B.L. Schneider, I.T. Paulsen, M. Yamada, N.M. Kredich, and M.H. Saier, Jr., Microbiology, 2002, v.148, pp. 123-131.
    13011
    Gene Discovery and Gene Function Assignment in Filamentous Fungi, L. Hamer, K. Adachi, M.V. Montenegro-Chamorro, M.M. Tanzer, S.K. Mahanty, C. Lo, R.W. Tarpey, A.R. Skalchunes, R.W. Heiniger, S.A. Frank, B.A. Darveaux, D.J. Lampe, T.M. Slater, L. Ramamurthy, T.M. DeZwaan, G.H. Nelson, J.R. Shuster, J. Woessner, and J.E. Hamer, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 2001, v.9, pp. 5110-5115.
    13010
    Discovery Technologies, Intermediate Steps Follow Up On Genome Project, N. Flanagan, Genetic Engineering News, 2001, v.21, p.1.
    13009
    Proteome Chips Promise to Speed Decoding of the Human Genome, M. Downs, Small Times, 2001.
    13008
    Phenotyping Goes High Throughput with Biolog Phenotype MicroArrays, J. Lane, The Scientist, 2001, v.15.
    13007
    High-Throughput Cell Analytic Tool, B.R. Bochner, Drug Discovery/Technology News, 2001, v.4.
    13006
    Phenotype Arrays, A. Marshall, Nature Biotechnology, 2001, v.19, pp. 629.
    13005
    Cellular Assays to Drug Discovery, T. Mullane, Pharmaceutical Laboratory, June 2000.
    13004
    The Population Genetics of Ecological Specialization in Evolving Escherichia coli Populations, V. S. Cooper and R. E. Lenski, Nature, 2000, v.407, pp. 736-739.
    13003
    Megaplasmid pRme2011a of Sinorhizobium meliloti is Not Required for Viability, I. J. Oresnik, S. Liu, C. K. Yost, and M. F. Hynes, Journal of Bacteriology, 2000, v.182, pp. 3582-3586.
    13002
    The Consequences of Growth of a Mutator Strain of Escherichia coli as Measured by Loss of Function Among Multiple Gene Targets and Loss of Fitness, P. Funchain, A. Yeung, J. L. Stewart, R. Lin, M. M. Slupska, and J. H. Miller, Genetics Society of America, 2000, v.154, pp. 959-970.
    13001
    Diagnostic Advances: Genotypic, Phenotypic, Fast, J.F. Fox, ASM News, 2000, v.66, pp. 391-392.
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  14. Bibliography of Publications on Biolog Applications
    Updated July 2013 Section 14
    Phenotype MicroArrays for Mammalian Cells
    14002
    Identification of Pten-loss Induced Chemo-Sensitivity Using Phenotype MicroArray Screening Adam Naguib, Dawid G. Nowak, Christopher Pratt, and Lloyd Trotman Poster - AACR CSHL
    14000
    Metabolic Analysis of Isogenic Cells with Altered Cancer-Related Genes Barry R. Bochner, Ben Bowen, Biolog, Inc. Hayward, CA, USA; Rob Howes, Christopher Torrance, Horizon Discovery, Cambridge, UK. Poster Session - Keystone Conference on Cancer and Metabolism, Vancouver, BC, March 2010

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