Items where Author is "Wagner, Michael"

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Kitzinger, K, Padilla, CC, Marchant, HK, Hach, PF, Herbold, CW, Kidane, AT, Könneke, M, Littmann, S, Mooshammer, M, Niggemann, J, Petrov, S, Richter, A, Stewart, FJ, Wagner, M, Kuypers, MMM and Bristow, LA (2019) Cyanate and urea are substrates for nitrification by Thaumarchaeota in the marine environment. Nature Microbiology, 4(2). 234-243. doi:10.1038/s41564-018-0316-2

Probst, AJ, Weinmaier, T, Raymann, K, Perras, A, Emerson, JB, Rattei, T, Wanner, G, Klingl, A, Berg, IA, Yoshinaga, MY, Viehweger, B, Hinrichs, KU, Thomas, BC, Meck, S, Auerbach, AK, Heise, M, Schintlmeister, A, Schmid, M, Wagner, M, Gribaldo, S, Banfield, JF and Moissl-Eichinger, C (2014) Biology of a widespread uncultivated archaeon that contributes to carbon fixation in the subsurface. Nature Communications, 5. 5497. doi:10.1038/ncomms6497

Kyrpides, NC, Hugenholtz, P, Eisen, JA, Woyke, T, Göker, M, Parker, CT, Amann, R, Beck, BJ, Chain, PSG, Chun, J, Colwell, RR, Danchin, A, Dawyndt, P, Dedeurwaerdere, T, DeLong, EF, Detter, JC, De Vos, P, Donohue, TJ, Dong, XZ, Ehrlich, DS, Fraser, C, Gibbs, R, Gilbert, J, Gilna, P, Glöckner, FO, Jansson, JK, Keasling, JD, Knight, R, Labeda, D, Lapidus, A, Lee, JS, Li, WJ, MA, J, Markowitz, V, Moore, ERB, Morrison, M, Meyer, F, Nelson, KE, Ohkuma, M, Ouzounis, CA, Pace, N, Parkhill, J, Qin, N, Rosselló-Móra, R, Sikorski, J, Smith, D, Sogin, M, Stevens, R, Stingl, U, Suzuki, K, Taylor, D, Tiedje, JM, Tindall, B, Wagner, M, Weinstock, G, Weissenbach, J, White, O, Wang, J, Zhang, L, Zhou, YG, Field, D, Whitman, WB, Garrity, GM and Klenk, HP (2014) Genomic Encyclopedia of Bacteria and Archaea: Sequencing a Myriad of Type Strains. PLoS Biology, 12(8). e1001920. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1001920

Milucka, J, Ferdelman, TG, Polerecky, L, Franzke, D, Wegener, G, Schmid, M, Lieberwirth, I, Wagner, M, Widdel, F and Kuypers, MMM (2012) Zero-valent sulphur is a key intermediate in marine methane oxidation. Nature, 491. 541-546. doi:10.1038/nature11656

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