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Fluorescent-oligonucleotide probing of whole cells for determinative, phylogenetic, and environmental studies in microbiology
RI Amann, L Krumholz, DA Stahl
Journal of bacteriology 172 (2), 762-770, 1990
29391990
Abundance, composition, diversity and novelty of soil Proteobacteria
AM Spain, LR Krumholz, MS Elshahed
The ISME journal 3 (8), 992-1000, 2009
5772009
Comparison of species richness estimates obtained using nearly complete fragments and simulated pyrosequencing-generated fragments in 16S rRNA gene-based environmental surveys
N Youssef, CS Sheik, LR Krumholz, FZ Najar, BA Roe, MS Elshahed
Applied and environmental microbiology 75 (16), 5227-5236, 2009
5592009
Uranium reduction
JD Wall, LR Krumholz
Annu. Rev. Microbiol. 60 (1), 149-166, 2006
5392006
In situ bioreduction of technetium and uranium in a nitrate-contaminated aquifer
JD Istok, JM Senko, LR Krumholz, D Watson, MA Bogle, A Peacock, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 38 (2), 468-475, 2004
4932004
Microbe grows by reducing arsenic [7]
D Ahmann, AL Roberts, LR Krumholz, FMM Morel
Nature 371 (6500), 750, 1994
4331994
Effect of warming and drought on grassland microbial communities
CS Sheik, WH Beasley, MS Elshahed, X Zhou, Y Luo, LR Krumholz
The ISME journal 5 (10), 1692-1700, 2011
4052011
In-Situ Evidence for Uranium Immobilization and Remobilization
JM Senko, JD Istok, JM Suflita, LR Krumholz
Environmental science & technology 36 (7), 1491-1496, 2002
4022002
Microbial mobilization of arsenic from sediments of the Aberjona watershed
D Ahmann, LR Krumholz, HF Hemond, DR Lovley, FMM Morel
Environmental Science & Technology 31 (10), 2923-2930, 1997
3711997
Confined subsurface microbial communities in Cretaceous rock
LR Krumholz, JP McKinley, GA Ulrich, JM Suflita
Nature 386 (6620), 64-66, 1997
3281997
Exposure of soil microbial communities to chromium and arsenic alters their diversity and structure
CS Sheik, TW Mitchell, FZ Rizvi, Y Rehman, M Faisal, S Hasnain, ...
PloS one 7 (6), e40059, 2012
2962012
A freshwater anaerobe coupling acetate oxidation to tetrachloroethylene dehalogenation
LR Krumholz, R Sharp, SS Fishbain
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 62 (11), 4108-4113, 1996
2701996
Novelty and uniqueness patterns of rare members of the soil biosphere
MS Elshahed, NH Youssef, AM Spain, C Sheik, FZ Najar, LO Sukharnikov, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 74 (17), 5422-5428, 2008
2642008
Pore‐size constraints on the activity and survival of subsurface bacteria in a late cretaceous shale‐sandstone sequence, northwestern New Mexico
JK Fredrickson, JP McKinley, BN Bjornstad, PE Long, DB Ringelberg, ...
Geomicrobiology Journal 14 (3), 183-202, 1997
2621997
Bacterial diversity and sulfur cycling in a mesophilic sulfide-rich spring
MS Elshahed, JM Senko, FZ Najar, SM Kenton, BA Roe, TA Dewers, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 69 (9), 5609-5621, 2003
2592003
Eubacterium oxidoreducens sp. nov. requiring H2 or formate to degrade gallate, pyrogallol, phloroglucinol and quercetin
LR Krumholz, MP Bryant
Archives of microbiology 144, 8-14, 1986
2141986
Desulfuromonas chloroethenica sp. nov. Uses Tetrachloroethylene and Trichloroethylene as Electron Acceptors
LR Krumholz
International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 47 (4 …, 1997
2031997
A rapid and simple method for estimating sulfate reduction activity and quantifying inorganic sulfides
GA Ulrich, LR Krumholz, JM Suflita
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 63 (4), 1627-1630, 1997
1971997
Phylogenetic and Metabolic Diversity of Planctomycetes from Anaerobic, Sulfide- and Sulfur-Rich Zodletone Spring, Oklahoma
MS Elshahed, NH Youssef, Q Luo, FZ Najar, BA Roe, TM Sisk, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 73 (15), 4707-4716, 2007
1692007
Survey of Archaeal Diversity Reveals an Abundance of Halophilic Archaea in a Low-Salt, Sulfide- and Sulfur-Rich Spring
MS Elshahed, FZ Najar, BA Roe, A Oren, TA Dewers, LR Krumholz
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 70 (4), 2230-2239, 2004
1622004
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