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R.E. Danczak, et al., Ecological assembly processes are coordinated between bacterial and viral communities in fractured shale ecosystems. mSystems (2020).
S. Roux, et al., Minimum information about uncultivated virus genomes (MIUViG): a community consensus on standards and best practices for describing genome sequences from uncultivated viruses. Nature Biotechnology (2019).
M.A. Borton, et al., Coupled laboratory and field investigations resolve microbial interactions that underpin persistence in hydraulically fractured shales. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2018).
R.A. Daly, K.C. Wrighton, and M.J. Wilkins. Characterizing the deep terrestrial subsurface microbiome (Book Chapter). Microbiome analysis, Methods in Molecular Biology (2018).
M.V. Evans, et al., Influence of Marinobacter and Arcobacter taxa on system biogeochemistry during early production of hydraulically fractured shale gas wells in the Appalachian Basin. Frontiers in Microbiology (2018).
J. S. McLean et al., Evidence of independent acquisition and adaption of ultra-small bacteria to human hosts across the highly diverse yet reduced genomes of the phylum Saccharibacteria. bioRxiv (2018).
A.E. Booker, et al., Draft genome sequences of multiple Frackibacter strains isolated from hydraulically fractured shale environments. Genome announcements, (2017).
For publications from Dr. Wrighton’s post doctoral and graduate work, visit her google scholar page.