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Publications from our lab

Catalyzing rapid discovery of gold-precipitating bacterial lineages with university students. Riley et al. 2020.

Published literature (chronologically)

Phylogenetic relationships among members of the Comamonadaceae, and description of Delftia acidovorans. Wen et al. 1999.

Complete genome sequence of Delftia acidovorans RAY209, a plant growth-promoting rhizobacterium for canola and soybean. . Perry et al. 2017.

Detecting gold biomineralization by Delftia acidovorans biofilms on a quartz crystal microbalance. Funari et al. 2019.

Delftibactin-A, a non-ribosomal peptide with broad antimicrobial activity. Tejman-Yarden et al. 2019.

Extraction of gold (Au) particles from seawater by Delftia acidovorans microbes. Yusoff et al.2017.

Isolation and characterization of electrochemically active subsurface Delftia and Azonexus species. Jangier et al. 2016.

Gold biodissolution from electronic scrap and biomineralization of bacterial gold nanoparticles. Das et al. 2015.

Gold nanoparticle formation via microbial metallophore chemistries. Wyatt et al . 2014.

Informatic Strategies for nonribosomal peptide discovery. Wyatt 2013.

Gold biomineralization by a metallophore from a gold-associated microbe. Johnston et al. 2013.

Cadmium, zinc and copper biosorption mediated by Pseudomonas veronii 2E. Vullo et al. 2007.

Complete genome sequence of the phenanthrene-degrading bacterium Delftia acidovorans Cs 1-4. Shetty et al. 2015.

Isolation of soil bacteria adapted to degrade humic acid-sorbed phenanthrene. Vacca et al. 2005.

Engineering Delftia acidovorans DSM39 to produce polyhydroxyalkanoates from slaughterhouse waste. Romanelli et al.

The sustainable use of Delftia in agriculture, bioremediation, and bioproducts synthesis. Brana et al. 2016.