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Other Publications by Clara S. Chan

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^Geomicrobiology lab member, *Chan corresponding author

Krepski, S. T.^, Emerson, D., Hredzak-Showalter, P. L., Luther, G. W. and Chan, C. S.* (2013) Morphology of biogenic iron oxides records microbial physiology and environmental conditions: toward interpreting iron microfossils. Geobiology, 11: 457-471.

Kato, S., Chan, C. S., Itoh, T. and Ohkuma, M. Functional gene analysis of freshwater iron-rich flocs at circumneutral pH and isolation of a stalk-forming microaerophilic iron-oxidizing bacterium. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 79:5283-5290.

Fleming, E. J., Davis, R., McAllister, S., Chan, C. S., Moyer, C. L., Tebo, B., Emerson, D. (2013) Hidden in plain sight: discovery of sheath-forming, Fe-oxidizing Zetaproteobacteria at Loihi Seamount. FEMS Microbial Ecology, 85: 116-127.

Saini, G.^ and Chan, C. S.* (2013) Near-neutral surface charge and hydrophilicity prevent mineral encrustation of Fe-oxidizing microorganisms. Geobiology, 11:191-200.

Krepski, S. T.^, Hanson, T. E. and Chan, C. S.* (2012) Isolation and characterization of a novel biomineral stalk-forming iron-oxidizing bacterium from a circumneutral groundwater seep, Environmental Microbiology, 14(7):1671-1680.

Singer, E., Emerson, D., Webb, E.A., Kuenen, J. G., Nelson, W. C., Barco, R. A., Chan, C. S., Comolli, L. R., Heidelberg, J. F., Ferriera, S., Johnson, J., and Edwards, K. J. (2011) Mariprofundus ferrooxydans PV-1: The first genome of a marine Fe(II) oxidizing Zetaproteobacterium, PLOS One, 6(9): e25386.

Comolli, L. R., Luef, B, and Chan, C. S.* (2011) High resolution 2D and 3D cryo-TEM reveals structural adaptations of two stalk-forming bacteria to an Fe-oxidizing lifestyle. Environmental Microbiology, 13(11): 2915-2929.

Yücel, M., Gartman, A., Chan, C. S., Luther, III, G. W. (2011) Hydrothermal vents as a kinetically stable pyrite (FeS2) nanoparticle source to the ocean, Nature Geoscience, 4: 367-371.

Edwards, K. J., Glazer, B. T., Rouxel, O. J., Bach, W., Emerson, D., Davis, R. E., Toner, B. M., Chan, C. S., Tebo, B. M., Staudigel, H., Moyer, C. L. (2011) Ultra-diffuse Hydrothermal Venting Supports Fe-oxidizing Bacteria and Massive Umber Deposition at 5000m off Hawai`i. ISME Journal, 5: 1748–1758.

Chan, C. S.*, Fakra, S. C., Emerson, D., Fleming, E. J., and Edwards, K. J. (2011) Lithotrophic iron-oxidizing bacteria produce organic stalks to control iron mineral growth: Implications for biosignature formation, ISME Journal, 5: 717-727.

Chan, C. S.*, Fakra, S., Edwards, D. C., Emerson, D. and Banfield, J. F. (2009) Iron oxyhydroxide mineralization on microbial polysaccharides. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 73: 3807-3818.

Toner, B. M., Santelli, C. M., Marcus, M. A., Wirth, R., Chan, C. S., McCollom, T., Bach, W., and Edwards, K. J. (2009) Biogenic iron oxide formation at mid-ocean ridge hydrothermal vents: Juan de Fuca Ridge. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 73: 388-403.

Singer, S. W., Chan, C. S., Zemla, A., VerBerkmoes, N. C., Hwang, M. H., Hettich, R. L., Banfield, J. F., Thelen, M. P. (2008) Characterization of cytochrome 579, an unusual cytochrome isolated from an iron-oxidizing microbial community. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 74: 4454-4462.

Jeans, C., Singer, S. W., Chan, C. S., VerBerkmoes., N. C., Hettich, R. L., Banfield, J. F., and Thelen, M. P. (2008) Cytochrome 572 is a conspicuous membrane protein with iron oxidation activity purified directly from a natural acidophilic microbial community. ISME Journal, 2: 542-50.

Emerson, D., Rentz, J. A., Lilburn, T. G., Davis, R. E., Aldrich, H., Chan, C., Moyer, C. L. (2007) A novel lineage of proteobacteria involved in formation of marine Fe-oxidizing microbial mat communities. PLoS One, 2: e667 .

Chan, C. S., de Stasio, G., Welch, S. A., Girasole, M., Frazer, B., Nesterova, M., Fakra, S. and Banfield, J. F. (2004) Microbial polysaccharides template assembly of nanocrystal fibers. Science, 303: 1656-1658.

Banfield, J. F., Moreau, J. W., Chan, C. S., Welch, S. A. & Little, B. (2001) Mineralogical biosignatures and the search for life on Mars. Astrobiology, 1: 447-467.

 

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