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  1. Bakermans, C. and E.L. Madsen. 2002a. Diversity of 16S rRNA as naphthalene dioxygenase genes from a coal tar waste-contaminated aquifer waters. Microb. Ecol. 44:95-106.

  2. Bakermans, C. and E.L. Madsen. 2002b. Detection in coal tar waste-contaminated groundwater of mRNA transcripts related to naphthalene dioxygenase by fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) with tyramide signal amplification (TSA). J. Microbiol. Meth. 50:75-84.

  3. Bakermans, C., A. M. Hohnstock-Ashe, S. Padmanabhan, P. Padmanabhan, and E. L. Madsen. 2002c. Geochemical and physiological evidence for mixed aerobic and anaerobic field biodegradation of coal tar wastes by subsurface microorganisms. Microb. Ecol. 44:107-117.

  4. Park, W., P. Padmanabhan, S. Padmanabhan, G. J. Zylstra, and E. L. Madsen. 2002a. nahR, encoding a LysR-type transcriptional activator, is highly conserved among naphthalene degrading bacteria isolated from a coal tar waste-contaminated site and in extracted community DNA. Microbiology 148:2319-2329.

  5. Park, W., C.-O. Jeon, and E. L. Madsen. 2002b. Interaction of NahR, a LysR-type transcriptional regulator, with the alpha subunit of RNA polymerase in the naphthalene degrading bacterium, Pseudomonas putida NCIB 9816-4. FEMS Microbiology Letters 213:159-165.

  6. Madsen E. 2002. Horizontal transfer of naphthalene catabolic genes in a contaminated aquifer. pp. 35-42. In: M. Syvanen and C. I. Kato (Eds.)Horizontal Gene Transfer, 2nd ed. Chapman and Hall, New York, NY.

  7. Padmanabhan P, S Padmanabhan, C.DeRito, A Gray, DGannon, JR Snape, CS Tsai, W Park, C Jeon, and EL Madsen. 2003. Respiration of 13C-labeled substrate added to soil in the field and subsequent 16S rRNA gene analysis of 13C-labeled soil DNA. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 69:1614-1622.

  8. Wilson MS, JB Herrick, C.-O Jeon, DE Hinman, and EL Madsen. 2003. Horizontal transfer of phnAc dioxygenase genes within one of two phenotypically and genotypically distinctive naphthalene-degrading guilds from adjacent soil environments. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 69:2172-2181.

  9. Park W, C.-O Jeon, AM Hohnstock-Ashe, SC Winans, GJ Zylstra, and EL Madsen. 2003a. Identification and characterization of the conjugal transfer region of the pCg1 plasmid from naphthalene-degrading Pseudomonas putida Cg1. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 69:3263-3271.

  10. Jeon C.O, and EL Madsen. 2003a. Polaromonas naphthalenivorans gen. nov., sp. nov., a naphthalene degrading bacterium from naphthalene-contaminated sediment. Intl. J. Syst. Evol. Microbiol. (In Press; posted on web).

  11. Jeon C.O, W. Park, P Padmanabhan, C.DeRito, JR Snape, and EL Madsen. 2003b. Discovery of a novel bacterium with distinctive dioxygenase that is responsible for in situ biodegradation in a contaminated sediment. Submitted to PNAS.

  12. Park W, C.O Jeon, EL Madsen. 2003b. Survival of naphthalene-degrading Pseudomonas putida NCIB 9816-4 in naphthalene-amended soil: Toxicity of naphthalene and its metabolites. Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 64: 429-435.

  13. Park W.and EL Madsen. 2004. Characterization in Pseudomonas putida Cg1 of NahR ant its role in bacterial survival in soil. Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 66:209-216.

  14. Madsen, E. L. 2005.Identifying microorganisms responsible for ecologically significant biogeochemical processes. Nature Reviews Microbiology 3:439-446.




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