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Selected Publications

  • P. A. Levin and E. R. Angert. 2015. Small but mighty: cell size and bacteria.  Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology. doi: 10.1101/cshperspect.a019216.
  • V. Salman, T. Yang, T. Berben, F. Klein, E. Angert and A. Teske. 2015. Calcite-accumulating large sulfur bacteria of the genus Achromatium in Sippewissett Salt Marsh.  ISME Journal. doi: 10.1038/ismej.2015.62 
  • E. A. Hutchison, D. A. Miller and E. R. Angert. 2014. Sporulation in bacteria: beyond the standard model. Microbiology Spectrum
  • K. D. Clements, E. R. Angert, W. L. Montgomery and J. H. Choat. 2014. Intestinal microbiota in fishes: what's known and what's not.  Molecular Ecology 23:1891-1898.
  • E. R. Angert. 2012. DNA replication and genomic architecture of very large bacteria.  Annual Reviews of Microbiology 66:197-212.
  • D. A. Miller, G. Suen, K. D. Clements. 2012. The genomic basis for the evolution of a novel for of cellular reproduction in the bacterium Epulopiscium.  BMC Genomics 13:265. 
  • D. A. Miller, K. D. Clements, J. H. Choat and E. R. Angert. 2011. The spoIIE homolog of Epulopiscium sp. type B is expressed early in intracellular offspring development. Journal of Bacteriology 193: 2642-2646.
  • D. A. Miller et al. 2011. The complete genome sequence of the cellulose-degrading bacterium Cellulosilyticum lentocellum. Journal of Bacteriology 193: 2357-2358.
  • J. C. Frey, A. N. Pell, R. Berthiaume, H. Lapierre, S. Lee, J. K. Ha, J. E. Mendell and E. R. Angert. Comparative studies of microbial populations in the rumen, duodenum, illeum and feces of lactating dairy cows. 2010. Journal of Applied Microbiology 108: 1982-1993.
  • R. J. Ward, K. D. Clements, J. H. Choat and E. R. Angert. 2009. Cytology of terminally differentiated Epulopiscium mother cells. DNA and Cell Biology 28: 57-64.
  • J. E. Mendell, K. D. Clements, J. H. Choat and E. R. Angert. 2008. Extreme polyploidy in a large bacterium. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 105: 6730-6734.
  • R. J. Ward and E. R. Angert. 2008. DNA replication during endospore development in Metabacterium polyspora. Molecular Microbiology 67: 1360-1370.
  • E. R. Angert. 2006. The enigmatic cytoarchitecture of Epulopiscium spp. In Microbiology Monographs, vol 2, Complex Intracellular Structures in Prokaryotes. Ed. J. M. Shively. Springer-Verlah, Berlin, pp. 285-301.
  • J. F. Flint, D. Drzymalski, W. L. Montgomery, G. Southam and E. R. Angert. 2005. Nocturnal production of endospores in natural populations of Epulopiscium-like surgeonfish symbionts. Journal of Bacteriology 187: 7460-7470.
  • E. R. Angert. 2005. Alternatives to binary fission in bacteria. Nature Reviews Microbiology 3: 214-224.
  • J. H. DeMera and E. R. Angert. 2004. Comparison of the antimicrobial activity of honey produced by Tetragonisca angustula(Meliponinae) and Apis mellifera L. from different phytogeographical regions of Costa Rica. Apidologie 35: 411-417.
  • E. R. Angert and R. M. Losick. 1998. Propagation by sporulation in the guinea pig symbiont Metabacterium polyspora. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 95: 10218-10223.
  • C. Robinow and E. R. Angert. 1998. Nucleoids and coated vesicles of "Epulopiscium" spp. Archives of Microbiology 170: 227-235.
  • E. R. Angert, D. E. Northup, A.-L. Reysenbach, A. S. Peek, B. M. Goebel and N. R. Pace. 1998. Molecular phylogenetic analysis of a bacterial community in Sulphur River, Parker Cave, Kentucky. American Minerologist 83: 1583-1592.
  • E. R. Angert, A. E. Brooks and N. R. Pace. 1996. Phylogenetic analysis of Metabacterium polyspora: Clues to the evolutionary origin ofEpulopiscium spp., the largest bacteria. Journal of Bacteriology 178: 1451-1456.
  • E. R. Angert, K. D. Clements and N. R. Pace. 1993. The largest bacterium. Nature 362: 239-241.