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Papers
The following list is in reverse chronological order. (updated Dec 2016)
77) Candidatus Dichloromethanomonas elyunquensis gen. nov., sp. nov., a dichloromethane-degrading anaerobe of the Peptococcaceae family. S. Kleindienst, S. A. Higgins, D. Tsementzi, G. Chen, K. T. Konstantinidis, E. E. Mack, and F.E. Loffler. Systematic and Applied Microbiology. In press.
76) ROCker: accurate detection and quantification of target genes in short-read metagenomic data sets. L. H. Orellana, L. M. Rodriguez-R, and K. T. Konstantinidis. Nucleic Acids Research. In press.
75) Experimental warming reveals positive feedbacks to climate change in the Eurasian Steppe. X. Zhang, E. R. Johnston, L. Li, K. T. Konstantinidis, and X. Han. ISME J. In press.
74) Metagenomics of two severe foodborne outbreaks provides diagnostic signatures and signs of co-infection not attainable by traditional methods. A. D. Huang, C. Luo, A. Pena-Gonzalez, M. R. Weigand, C. Tarr, and K. T. Konstantinidis. Applied & Environmental Microbiology. In press.
73) A Rieske-type Oxygenase of Pseudomonas sp. BIOMIG1 converts Benzalkonium Chlorides to Benzyldimethyl Amine. E. Ertekin, K. T. Konstantinidis, and U. Tezel. Environ Science & Technol. 51(1):175-181. 2016
72) Meeting report: GenBank microbial genomic taxonomy workshop (12-13 May, 2015). S. Federhen, R. Rossello-Mora, H-P. Klenk, B. J. Tindall, K. T. Konstantinidis, W. B. Whitman, D. Brown, D. Labeda, D. Ussery, and G. M. Garrity. Standards in Genomic Sciences. 11:1. 2016.
71) Dynamic models of the complex microbial metapopulation of lake mendota. P. Dam, L. L. Fonseca, K. T. Konstantinidis, and E. O. Voit. Npj Systems Biology And Applications. 2:16007. 2016.
70) The enveomics collection: a toolbox for specialized analyses of microbial genomes and metagenomes. L. M. Rodriguez-R, and K. T. Konstantinidis. PeerJ Preprints. 2016.
69) Tundra soil carbon is vulnerable to rapid microbial decomposition under climate warming. K. Xue, M. Yuan, Z. Shi, Y. Qin, Y. Deng, L. Cheng, L. Wu, Z. He, J. D. Van Nostrand, R. Bracho, S. Natali, E. A. G. Schuur, C. Luo, K. T. Konstantinidis, Q. Wang, J. R. Cole, J. M. Tiedje, Y. Luo, and J. Zhou. Nature Climate Change. 6:595-600. 2016.
68) Temperature sensitivity of organic matter decomposition of permafrost-region soils during laboratory incubations. R. Bracho, S. Natali, E. Pegoraro, K. G. Crummer, C. Schadel, G. Celis, L. Hale, L. Wu, H. Yin, J. M. Tiedje, K. T. Konstantinidis, Y. Luo, J. Zhou, and E. A. Schuur. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 97:1-14. 2016. 2016.
67) SAR11 bacteria linked to ocean anoxia and nitrogen loss. D. Tsementzi, J. Wu, S. Deutsch, S. Nath, L. M. Rodriguez-R, A. S. Burns, P. Ranjan, N. Sarode, R. P. Malmstrom, C. C. Padilla, B. K. Stone, L. A. Bristow, M. Larsen, J. B. Glass, B. Thamdrup, T. Woyke, K. T. Konstantinidis, and F. J. Stewart. Nature. 536:179-183. 2016.
66) Biofilms on Hospital Shower Hoses: Characterization and Implications for Nosocomial Infections. M. J. Soto-Giron, L. M. Rodriguez-R, C. Luo, M. Elk, H. Ryu, J. Hoelle, J. W. Santo Domingo, and K. T. Konstantinidis. Applied Environmental Microbiology. 82:2872-2883. 2016.
65) Anthropogenic effects on bacterial diversity and function along a river-to-estuary gradient in Northwest Greece revealed by metagenomics. A. Meziti, D. Tsementzi, K. A. Kormas, H. Karayanni, and K. T. Konstantinidis. Environmental Microbiology. 18(12):4640-4652. 2016.
64) Draft Genome Sequence of a Strictly Anaerobic Dichloromethane-Degrading Bacterium. S. Kleindienst, S. A. Higgins, D. Tsementzi, K. T. Konstantinidis, E. E. Mack, and F. E. Loffler. Genome Announcements. 4. 2016. 2016.
63) Metagenomics Reveals Pervasive Bacterial Populations and Reduced Community Diversity across the Alaska Tundra Ecosystem. E. R. Johnston, L. M. Rodriguez-R, C. Luo, M. M. Yuan, L. Wu, Z. He, E. A. Schuur, Y. Luo, J. M. Tiedje, J. Zhou, and K. T. Konstantinidis. Frontiers in Microbiology. 7:579. 2016. 2016.
62) Detection and Diversity of Fungal Nitric Oxide Reductase Genes (p450nor) in Agricultural Soils. S. A. Higgins, A. Welsh, L. H. Orellana, K. T. Konstantinidis, J. C. Chee-Sanford, R. A. Sanford, C. W. Schadt, and F. E. Loffler. Applied & Environmental Microbiology. 82:2919-2928. 2016.
61) Similar Microbial Consortia and Genes Are Involved in the Biodegradation of Benzalkonium Chlorides in Different Environments. E. Ertekin, J. K. Hatt, K. T. Konstantinidis, and U. Tezel. Environ Science & Technology. 50:4304-4313. 2016. 2016.
60) Dehalococcoides mccartyi gen. nov., sp. nov., obligate organohalide-respiring anaerobic bacteria, relevant to halogen cycling and bioremediation, belong to a novel bacterial. class, Dehalococcoidetes classis nov., within the phylum Chloroflexi F. E. Löffler, J. Yan, K. M. Ritalahti, L. Adrian, E. A. Edwards, K. T. Konstantinidis, J. A. Müller, H. Fullerton, S. H. Zinder, and A. M. Spormann. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol. Feb;63(Pt 2):625-35. 2015.
59) Methods for estimating temperature sensitivity of soil organic matter based on incubation data: A comparative evaluation. J. Liang, D. Li, Z. Shi, J. M Tiedje, J. Zhou, E. A. G. Schuur, K. T Konstantinidis, and Y. Luo. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 80:127-135. 2015. 2016.
58) Microbial species delineation using whole genome sequences. N. J. Varghese, S. Mukherjee, N. Ivanova, K. T. Konstantinidis, K. Mavrommatis, N. C. Kyrpides, and A. Pati. Nucleic Acids Res. Aug 18;43(14):6761-71. 2015.
57) Implications of Genome-Based Discrimination between Clostridium botulinum Group I and Clostridium sporogenes Strains for Bacterial Taxonomy. M. R. Weigand, A. Pena-Gonzalez, T. B. Shirey, R. G. Broeker, M. K. Ishaq, K. T. Konstantinidis, and B. H. Raphael. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. Aug 15;81(16):5420-9. 2015.
56) Microbial community successional patterns in beach sands impacted by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. L. M. Rodriguez-R, W. A. Overholt, C. Hagan, M. Huettel, J. E. Kostka, and K. T. Konstantinidis. The ISME Journal. Sep;9(9):1928-40. 2015.
55) Classifying the uncultivated microbial majority: A place for metagenomic data in the Candidatus proposal. K. T. Konstantinidis and R. Rosselló-Móra. Syst Appl Microbiol. Jun;38(4):223-30. 2015.
54) Gene expression analysis of E. coli strains provides insights into the role of gene regulation in diversification. M. Vital, B. Chai, B. Østman, J. Cole, K. T. Konstantinidis, and J. M. Tiedje. The ISME Journal. May;9(5):1130-40. 2015.
53) Inter-phylum HGT has shaped the metabolism of many mesophilic and anaerobic bacteria. A. Caro-Quintero and K. T. Konstantinidis. The ISME Journal. Mar 17;9(4):958-67. 2015.
52) Evaluation of metatranscriptomic protocols and application to the study of planktonic freshwater microbial communities. D. Tsementzi, R. Poretsky, C. Luo, L. Rodriguez, and K. T. Konstantinidis. Environmental Microbiology Reports. (6), 640-655. 2014.
51) Microbial community degradation of widely used quaternary ammonium disinfectants. S. Oh, Z. Kurt, D. Tsementzi, M. R. Weigand, M. Kim, J. K. Hatt, M. Tandukar, S. G. Pavlostathis, J. C. Spain, and K. T. Konstantinidis. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. Oct;80(19):5892-900. 2014.
50) Detecting nitrous oxide reductase (NosZ) genes in soil metagenomes: method development and implications for the nitrogen cycle.  L. H. Orellana, L. M. Rodriguez-R., S. Higgins, J. C. Chee-Sanford, R. A. Sanford, K. M. Ritalahti, F. E. Löffler, and K. T. Konstantinidis. MBio. Jun 3;5(3):e01193-14. 2014.
49) Estimating coverage in metagenomic data sets and why it matters. L. M. Rodriguez-R and K. T. Konstantinidis. ISME J. Nov;8(11):2349-51. 2014.
48) Strengths and limitations of 16S rRNA gene amplicon sequencing in revealing temporal microbial community dynamics. R. Poretsky, L. M. Rodriguez-R, C. Luo, D. Tsementzi, and K. T. Konstantinidis. PLoS One. Apr 8;9(4):e93827. 2014.
47) Bypassing cultivation to identify bacterial species. L. M. Rodriguez-R, and K. T. Konstantinidis. ASM Microbe Magazine. March issue. 2014.
46) MyTaxa: an advanced taxonomic classifier for genomic and metagenomic sequences. C. Luo, L. M. Rodriguez-R, and K. T. Konstantinidis. Nucleic Acids Res. Apr;42(8):e73. 2014.
45) Genome sequencing reveals the environmental origin of enterococci and potential biomarkers for water quality monitoring. M. R. Weigand, N. J. Ashbolt, K. T. Konstantinidis, and J. Santodomingo. Environmental Science and Technology. Apr 1;48(7):3707-14. 2014.
44) Do airborne microbes matter for atmospheric chemistry and cloud formation? K. T. Konstantinidis. Environmental Microbiology. Jun;16(6):1482-4. 2014.
43) Soil microbial community responses to a decade of warming as revealed by comparative metagenomics. C. Luo, L. M. Rodriguez-R, E. R. Johnston, L. Wu, L. Cheng, K. Xue, Q. Tu, Y. Deng, Z. He, J. Z. Shi, M. M. Yuan, R. A. Sherry, D. Li, Y. Luo, E. A. Schuur, P. Chain, J. M. Tiedje, J. Zhou, and K. T. Konstantinidis. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. Mar;80(5):1777-86. 2013.
42) Stability, genotypic and phenotypic diversity of Shewanella baltica in the redox transition zone of the Baltic Sea. J. Deng, I. Brettar, C. Luo, J. Auchtung, K. T. Konstantinidis, J. L. Rodrigues, M. Hofle, and J. M. Tiedje. Environmental Microbiology. Jun;16(6):1854-66. 2014.
41) A User's Guide to Quantitative and Comparative Analysis of Metagenomic Datasets. C. Luo, L. M. Rodriguez-R, and K. T. Konstantinidis. Methods Enzymol. 531:525-47. 2013.
40) Nonpareil: A redundancy-based approach to assess the level of coverage in metagenomic datasets. L. M. Rodriguez-R, and K. T. Konstantinidis. Bioinformatics. Mar 1;30(5):629-35. 2014.
39) Long-term Exposure to Benzalkoniun Chloride Disinfectants Results in Change of Microbial Community Structure and Increased Antimicrobial Resistance. M. Tandukar, S. Oh, U. Tezel, K. T. Konstantinidis, and S. G. Pavlostathis. Environ Sci Technol. Sep 3;47(17):9730-8. 2013.
38) Reply to Smith and Griffin: Methods, air flows, and conclusions are robust in the DeLeon-Rodriguez et al. study. N. DeLeon-Rodriguez, T. Lathem, L. M. Rodriguez-R, J. M. Barazesh, B. E. Anderson, A. J. Beyersdorf, L. D. Ziemba, M. Bergin, A. Nenes, and K. T. Konstantinidis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. June 4; 110(23):E2085. 2013.
37) Sequencing platform and library preparation choices impact viral metagenomes. S. A. Solonenko, J. C. Ignacio-Espinoza, A. Alberti, C. Cruaud, S. Hallam, K. Konstantinidis, G. Tyson, P. Wincker, and M. B. Sullivan. BMC Genomics. May 10; 14:320. 2013.
36) Microbial community adaptation to quaternary ammonium biocides as revealed by metagenomics. S. Oh, M. Tandukar, S. G. Pavlostathis, P. S. Chain, and K. T. Konstantinidis. Environmental Microbiology. Oct;15(10):2850-64. 2013.
35) Draft Genome Sequence of Catellicoccus marimammalium, a Novel Species Commonly Found in Gull Feces. M. R. Weigand, H. Ryu, L. Bozcek, K. T. Konstantinidis, and J. W. Santo Domingo. Genome Announc. Jan;1(1). pii: e00019-12. 2013.
34) Microbiome of the upper troposphere: Species composition and prevalence, effects of tropical storms, and atmospheric implications. N. DeLeon-Rodriguez, T. Lathem, L. M. Rodriguez-R, J. M. Barazesh, B. E. Anderson, A. J. Beyersdorf, L. D. Ziemba, M. Bergin, A. Nenes, and K. T. Konstantinidis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. Feb 12; 110(7):2575-2580. 2013. This paper received worldwide attention and was highlighted by NPR, National Geographic, Amazing Planet, U.S. News & World Report, among numerous other media.
33) Unexpected nondenitrifier nitrous oxide reductase gene diversity and abundance in soils. R. A. Sanford, D. D. Wagner, Q. Wu, J. C. Chee-Sanford, S. H. Thomas, C. Cruz-García, G. Rodríguez, A. Massol-Deyá, K. K. Krishnani, K. M. Ritalahti, S. Nissen, K. T. Konstantinidis, F. E. Löffler. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. Nov 27;109(48):19709-14. 2012.
32) Genomic diversity of Escherichia isolates from diverse habitats. S. Oh, S. Buddenborg, D. R. Yoder-Himes, J. M. Tiedje, and K. T. Konstantinidis. PLoS ONE. 7(10):e47005. 2012.
31) Microbial community structure and activity linked to contrasting biogeochemical gradients in bog and fen environments of the glacial lake agassiz peatland. X. Lin, S. Green, M. M. Tfaily, O. Prakash, K. T. Konstantinidis, J. E. Corbett, J. P. Chanton, W. T Cooper, and J. E. Kostka. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. Oct;78(19):7023-31. 2012.
30) Genomic determinants of organohalide-respiration in Geobacter lovleyi, an unusual member of the Geobacteraceae. D. D. Wagner, L . A. Hug, J. K. Hatt, M. R. Spitzmiller, E. Padilla-Crespo, K. M. Ritalahti, E. A. Edwards, K. T. Konstantinidis, and F. E. Löffler. BMC Genomics. May 22;13(1):200. 2012.
29) The chimeric genome of Sphaerochaeta: nonspiral spirochetes that break with the prevalent dogma in spirochete biology. A. Caro-Quintero, K. M. Ritalahti, K. D. Cusick, F. E. Löffler, and K. T. Konstantinidis MBio. May 15;3(3). 2012.
28) Genome sequencing of five Shewanella baltica strains recovered from the oxic-anoxic interface of the Baltic Sea. A. Caro-Quintero , J. Deng, J. Auchtung, I. Brettar, M. Höfle, James M. Tiedje, and K. T. Konstantinidis. Journal of Bacteriology. Mar;194(5):1236. 2012.
27) Direct comparisons of Illumina vs. Roche 454 sequencing technologies on the same microbial community DNA sample. C. Luo , D. Tsementzi , N. Kyrpides, T. Read, and K. T. Konstantinidis. PLoS ONE. 7(2):e30087. 2012.
26) Bacterial species may exist, metagenomics reveal. A. Caro-Quintero and K. T. Konstantinidis. Environmental Microbiology. Feb;14(2):347-55. 2012. Rated “Must read” by the Faculty of 1000.
25) Individual genome assembly from complex community short-read metagenomic datasets. C. Luo, D. Tsementzi, N. Kyrpides, and K. T. Konstantinidis. The ISME Journal. Apr;6(4):898-901. 2012.
24) Metagenomic insights into the evolution, function, and complexity of the planktonic microbial community of Lake Lanier, a temperate freshwater ecosystem. S. Oh, A. Caro-Quintero, D. Tsementzi, N. Deleon-Rodriguez, C. Luo, R. Poretsky, and K. T. Konstantinidis. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. Sep;77(17):6000-11. 2011.
23) Genome sequencing of environmental Escherichia coli expands understanding of the ecology and speciation of the model bacterial species. C. Luo, S. T. Walk, D. M. Gordon, M. Feldgarden, J. M. Tiedje, and K. T. Konstantinidis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. Apr 26;108(17):7200-5. 2011.
22) Phosphorus-related gene content is similar in Prochlorococcus populations from the North Pacific and North Atlantic Oceans. C. Luo, and T. K. Konstantinidis. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. Apr 19;108(16):E62-3. 2011.
21) Unprecedented levels of horizontal gene transfer among spatially co-occurring Shewanella bacteria from the Baltic Sea. A. Caro-Quintero, J. Deng, J. Auchtung, I. Brettar, M. Hoefle, and K. T. Konstantinidis. The ISME Journal. Jan;5(1):131-40. 2011.
20) Evaluating the performance of oligonucleotide microarrays for strains of increasing genetic divergence to the reference strain. S. Oh, D. R. Yoder-Himes, J. Tiedje, and K. T. Konstantinidis. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. May;76(9):2980-8. 2010.
19) Identification of potential therapeutic targets for Burkholderia cenocepacia by comparative transcriptomics. D. R. Yoder-Himes, K. T. Konstantinidis, J. M. Tiedje. PLoS ONE. Jan 15;5(1):e8724. 2010.
18) Comparative systems biology across an evolutionary gradient within the Shewanella genus. K. T. Konstantinidis, M. H. Serres, M. F. Romine, J. L. M. Rodrigues, J. Auchtung, L.-A. McCue, M. S. Lipton, A. Obraztsova, C. S. Giometti, K. H. Nealson, J. K. Fredrickson, and J. M. Tiedje. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. Sep 15;106(37):15909-14. 2009. This article was featured by numerous science media and blogs including: MSNBC, R&D magazine, GenomeWed, and Eureka; and the journal Nature.
17) Genomic insights into the convergence and pathogenicity factors of Campylobacter jejuni and Campylobacter coli species. A. Caro-Quintero, G. P. Rodriguez-Castaño, and K. T. Konstantinidis. Journal of Bacteriology. Sep;191(18):5824-31. 2009. This article reveals, among other important findings, that a recent claim in Science (Sheppard et al, 2008) was biased by the genes used in the analysis and that the evidence for the claim is lacking.
16) Comparative metagenomic analysis of a microbial community from 4000 m at Station ALOHA in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. K. T. Konstantinidis, J. Braff, D. M. Karl, and E. F. Delong. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. Aug;75(16):5345-55. 2009. This article reveals, among other important findings, that a recent claim in Nature (Agugo et al, 2008) was biased by the genes used in the analysis and that the evidence for the claim is lacking.
15) Genomic patterns of recombination, clonal divergence and environment in marine microbial populations. K. T. Konstantinidis, and E. F. DeLong. The ISME Journal. Oct. 2(10):1052-65. 2008.
14) Vertical Phyloecology of North Pacific Bacterioplankton. V. D. Pham, K. T. Konstantindis, T. Palden, and E. F. DeLong. Environmental Microbiology. Sep.10(9):2313 – 2330. 2008.
13) Design and testing of 'genome-proxy' microarrays to profile marine microbial communities. V. I. Rich, K. Konstantinidis, and E. F. Delong. Environmental Microbiology. Feb.10(2):506-21. 2008. Rated “Must read” by the Faculty of 1000.
12) Predicting sigma (28) promoters in eleven Shewanella genomes. W. Song, F. S. Juhn, D. Q. Naiman, K. T. Konstantinidis, T. S. Gardner, and M. J. Ward. FEMS Microbiol Lett. Jun.283(2):223-30. 2008.
11) Prokaryotic taxonomy and phylogeny in the genomic era: advancements and challenges ahead. K. T. Konstantinidis, and J. M. Tiedje. Current Opinion Microbiology. Oct.10(5):504-9. 2007. Invited, peer-reviewed contribution.
10) DNA-DNA hybridization values and their relation to whole genome sequence. J. Goris, K. T. Konstantinidis, T. Coenye, P. Vandamme, and J. M. Tiedje. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol. Jan.57(Pt 1):81-91. 2007.
9) Genomic analysis of the uncultivated marine crenarchaeote Cenarchaeum symbiosum. S. J. Hallam, K. T. Konstantinidis, N. Putnam, C. Schleper, Y. Watanabe, J. Sugahara, C. Preston, J. dela Torre, P. M. Richardson, and E. F. DeLong. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. Nov.103(48):18296-301. 2006. This article describes the first successful attempt to derive the complete genome of an uncultivated microorganism using metagenomic approaches; it is rated “Recommended read” by the Faculty of 1000.
8) The bacterial species definition in the genomic era. K. T. Konstantinidis, A. Ramette, and J. M. Tiedje. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. Nov.361(1475):1929-40. 2006. Invited, peer-reviewed contribution.
7) Burkholderia xenovorans LB400 harbors a multi-replicon, 9.73 M bp genome shaped for versatility. P. S. G. Chain, V. J. Denef, K. T. Konstantinidis…and 25 more authors. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. Oct.103(42):15280-7. 2006.
6) Toward a more robust assessment of intra-species diversity using fewer genetic markers. K. T. Konstantinidis, A. Ramette, and J. M. Tiedje. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. Nov.72(11):7286-93. 2006. Ranked in the top-twenty articles of the journal in terms of number of downloads.
5) Towards a genome-based taxonomy for prokaryotes. K. T. Konstantinidis, and J. M. Tiedje. Journal of Bacteriology. 187(18):6258-64. 2005. Highlighted in the ASM news; J. Bacteriology featured a guest commentary on this article; ranked 2nd in terms of number of downloads.
4) Genomic insights that advance the species concept for prokaryotes. K. T. Konstantinidis, and J. M. Tiedje. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 102(7):2567-72. 2005. This highly cited (>200 times) article describes a new approach for studying and cataloguing intra-species diversity. It is considered a very influential article for the new field of genomic taxonomy.
3) Global profiling of Shewanella oneidensis MR-1: expression of hypothetical genes and improved functional annotations. E. Kolker E, A. F. Picone…K. T. Konstantinidis…and 28 more authors. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA. 102(6):2099-104. 2005.
2) Trends between gene content and genome size in prokaryotic species with larger genomes. K. T. Konstantinidis, and J. M. Tiedje. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 101(9):3160-5. 2004. Rated “Must read” by the Faculty of 1000; three of its figures have been included in the “Biology of Microorganisms” 8th Edition by Madigan, Martinko and Parker, the most popular microbiology textbook.
1) Microbial diversity and resistance to copper in metal contaminated lake sediment. K. T. Konstantinidis, N. Isaacs, S. Simpson, D. Long, and T. L. Marsh. Microbial Ecology. 45(2): 191-202. 2003.

Books and Book Chapters
The following list is in reverse chronological order. (updated July 2013)
4) Defining taxonomic ranks. K. T. Konstantinidis and E. Stackebrandt. In The Prokaryotes. M.Dworkin et al (eds.). Springer-Verlag. New York, USA. 2013..
3) Metagenomic insights into bacterial species. K. T. Konstantinidis. In Handbook of Molecular Microbial Ecology II: Metagenomics in Different Habitats. Frans J. de Bruijn editor. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Hoboken, New Jersey, USA. 2011.
2) Microbial diversity and phylogeny: extending from rRNAs to genomes. J. Cole, K. T. Konstantinidis, Ryan J. Farris, and J. M. Tiedje. Pages: 1-20. In Environmental Molecular Biology. W-T. Liu and J. Jansson (eds). Horizon Scientific Press. Norwich, UK. 2009.
1) Microbial diversity and genomics. K. T. Konstantinidis, and J. M. Tiedje. Pages: 21-40. In Microbial Functional Genomics. J. Zhou, D. K. Thompson, Y. Xu, and J. M. Tiedje (eds.). John Wiley & Sons. Hoboken, New Jersey, USA. 2004.

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