- The microbiome of coral surface mucus has a key role in mediating holobiont
- Shifts in the prokaryotic community composition during mucus aging led to the prevalence of opportunistic and potentially pathogenic bacteria (Verrucomicrobiaceae and Vibrionaceae) in aged mucus and to a twofold increase in prokaryotic abundance.
- Predicting taxonomic and functional structure of microbial communities in acid
- (2006). Computational inference of neural information flow networks. PLoS Comput Biol 2: e161.
- Competitive strategies differentiate closely related species of marine
- This may help explain the apparent lack of 'social cheaters' benefiting from the production of antibiotics by con-specifics, as has been reported in marine Vibrionaceae (Cordero et al., 2012).
- An intracellular replication niche for Vibrio cholerae in the amoeba
- Associations and dynamics of Vibrionaceae in the environment, from the genus to the population level. Front Microbiol 5: 38. | Article | PubMed |; Teschler JK, Zamorano-Sanchez D, Utada AS, Warner CJ, Wong GC, Linington RG et al.
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