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2011

Albanyan, A. A., A. Albanyan, B. Curry, R. Dragovic, C. Gardiner, J. Biggerstaff, M. Murphy, and P. Harrison. 2011. Measurement of procoagulant microvesicles generated within ageing platelet concentrates. Journal of Thrombosis and Haemostasis 9:62-63.

Andreeva V., M. H. Connolly, C. Stewart-Swift, D. Fraher, J. Burt, J. Cardarelli, and P.C. Yelick. 2011. Identification of adult mineralized tissue zebrafish mutants. Genesis 49:360-366.

Bakermans, C., P. W. Bergholz, D. F. Rodrigues, T. A. Vishnivetskaya, H. L. Ayala-del-Rio, and J. M. Tiedje. Genomic and expression analyses of cold-adapted microorganisms. In L. Whyte and R. V. Miller (ed.), Polar Microbiology: Life in Deep Freeze. ASM Press, Washington, DC.

Bergamasco, A. M., M. Eldridge, J. Sanseverino, F. F. Sodre, C. C. Montagner, I. C. Pescara, W. F. Jardim, and G. A. Umbuzeiro. 2011. Bioluminescent yeast estrogen assay (BLYES) as a sensitive tool to monitor surface and drinking water for estrogenicity. Journal of Environmental Monitoring 13:3288-3293.

Borole, A. P., C. Y. Hamilton, and T. A. Vishnivetskaya. 2011. Enhancement in current density and energy conversion efficiency of 3-dimensional MFC anodes using pre-enriched consortium and continuous supply of electron donors. Bioresource Technology 102:5098-5104.

Chauhan, A., A. C. Layton, D. Williams, A. E. Smartt, S. Ripp, T. V. Karpinets, S. D. Brown, and G. S. Sayler. 2011. Draft genome sequence of the polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon-degrading, genetically engineered bioluminescent bioreporter Pseudomonas fluorescens HK44. Journal of Bacteriology, 193:5009-5010.

Cheng, M. D., S. M. Pfiffner, W. A. Miller, and P. Berdahl. 2011. Chemical and microbial effects of atmospheric particles on the performance of steep-slope roofing materials. Building and Environment 46:999-1010.

Close, D. M., R. Hahn, S. Ripp, S. Baek, and G. S. Sayler. 2011. Comparison of human optimized bacterial luciferase, firefly luciferase, and green fluorescent protein for continuous imaging of cell culture and animal models. Journal of Biomedical Optics, 16:047003.

Close, D., S. Ripp, and G. Sayler. 2011. Mammalian-based bioreporter targets: Protein expression for bioluminescent and fluorescent detection in the mammalian cellular background. In P. A. Serra (ed.), Biosensors for Health, Environment and Biosecurity, Intech Publishers, Rijeka, Croatia.

Close, D. M., T. Xu, G. S. Sayler, and S. Ripp. 2011. In vivo bioluminescent imaging (BLI): Noninvasive visualization and interrogation of biological processes in living animals. Sensors 11:180-206.

Close, D. M., T. Xu, A. E. Smartt, P. Jegier, S. Ripp, and G. Sayler. 2011. Light without substrate amendment: The bacterial luciferase gene cassette as a mammalian bioreporter. In S. O. Southern, K. Montgomery, C. Taylor, and B. Weigl (ed.), SPIE - Sensing Technologies for Global Health, Military Medicine, Disaster Response and Environmental Monitoring, Orlando, Florida, USA.

Dahl, A. L., J. Sanseverino, and J.-F. Gaillard. 2011. Bacterial bioreporter detects mercury in the presence of excess EDTA. Environmental Chemistry 8:552-560.

Davidson, M. M., B. J. Silver, T. C. Onstott, D. P. Moser, T. M. Gihring, L. M. Pratt, E. A. Boice, B. S. Lollar, J. Lippmann-Pipke, S. M. Pfiffner, T. L. Kieft, W. Seymore, and C. Ralston. 2011. Capture of planktonic microbial diversity in fractures by long-term monitoring of flowing boreholes, Evander Basin, South Africa. Geomicrobiology Journal, 28:275-300.

Eldridge, M. L., J. Sanseverino, and G. S. Sayler. 2011. Analysis of environmental samples with yeast based bioluminescent bioreporters. In E. Ekuayo (ed.) Environmental Monitoring. Intech Publishers, Rejika, Croatia.

Fraser, T. W. K., H. C. Reinardy, B. J. Shaw, T. B. Henry, and R. D. Handy. 2011. Dietary toxicity of single-walled carbon nanotubes and fullerenes (C-60) in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Nanotoxicology 5:98-108.

Handy, R. D., G. Al-Bairuty, A. Al-Jubory, C. S. Ramsden, D. Boyle, B. J. Shaw, and T. B. Henry. 2011. Effects of manufactured nanomaterials on fishes: a target organ and body systems physiology approach. Journal of Fish Biology 79:821-853.

He, H. B., W. Zhang, X. D. Zhang, H. T. Xie, and J. Zhuang. 2011. Temporal responses of soil microorganisms to substrate addition as indicated by amino sugar differentiation. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43:1155-1161.

Henry, T. B., E. J. Petersen, and R. N. Compton. 2011. Aqueous fullerene aggregates (nC60) generate minimal reactive oxygen species and are of low toxicity in fish: a revision of previous reports. Current Opinion in Biotechnology 22:533-537.

Huang, E. C., G. Chen, S. J. Baek, M. F. McEntee, J. J. Collier, S. Minkin, J. P. Biggerstaff, and J. Whelan. Zyflamend® reduces the expression of androgen receptor in a model of castrate-resistant prostate cancer. Nutrition and Cancer 63:1287-1296.

Johnson, G., B. Curry, L. Cahalan, R. Prater, M. Beeler, M. Gartnet, J. Biggerstaff, and P. Cahalan. 2011. In vitro assessment of blood compatibility: Residual and dynamic markers of cellular activation. Journal of Biomaterials Applications, doi:10.1177/6885328211428525.

Johnson, T. B. , L. D. McKay, A. C. Layton, S. W. Jones, G. C. Johnson, J. L. Cashdollar, D. R. Dahling, L. F. Villegas, G. S. Fout, D. E. Williams, and G. Sayler. 2011. Viruses and bacteria in karst and fractured rock aquifers in east Tennessee, USA. Ground Water 49:98-110.

Johnson, A. P., L. M. Pratt, T. Vishnivetskaya, S. Pfiffner, R. A. Bryan, E. Dadachova, L. Whyte, K. Radtke, E. Chan, S. Tronick, G. Borgonie, R. Mancinelli, L. J. Rothshchild, D. A. Rogoff, D. D. Horikawa, and T. C. Onstott. 2011. Extended survival of several organisms and amino acid under simulated Martian surface conditions. ICARUS 211:1162-1178.

Knappett, P. S. K., A. Layton, L. D. McKay, D. Williams, B. J. Mailloux, M. R. Huq, M. J. Alam, K. M. Ahmed, Y. Akita, M. L. Serre, G. S. Sayler, and A. van Geen. 2011. Efficacy of hollow-fiber ultrafiltration for microbial sampling in groundwater. Ground Water 49:53-65.

Knappett, P. S. K., V. Escamilla, A. Layton, L. D. McKay, M. Emch, D. E. Willilams, R. Huq, J. Alam, L. Farhana, B. J. Mailloux, A. Ferguson, G. S. Sayler, K. M. Ahmed, and A. van Geen. 2011. Impact of population and latrines on fecal contamination of ponds in rural Bangladesh. Science of the Total Environment 409:3174-3182.

Koirala, S. R., R. W. Gentry, P. J. Mulholland, E. Perfect, J. S. Schwartz, and G. S. Sayler. 2011. Persistence of hydrologic variables and reactive stream solute concentrations in an east Tennessee watershed. Journal of Hydrology 401:221-230.

Kuncova, G., J. Pazlarova, A. Hlavata, S. Ripp, and G. S. Sayler. 2011. Bioluminescent bioreporter Pseudomonas putida TVA8 as a detector of water pollution. Operational conditions and selectivity of free cells sensor. Ecological Indicators 11:882-887.

Petersen, E. and T. B. Henry. 2011. Ecotoxicity of fullerenes and crbon nanotubes: A critical review of evidence for nano-size effects. In S. Ripp and T. B. Henry (ed.), Biotechnology and Nanotechnology Risk Assessment. American Chemical Society, Washington, DC.

Petersen, E. J., L. Zhang, N. T. Mattison, D. M. O'Carroll, A. J. Whelton, N. Uddin, N. Tinh, Q. Huang, T. B. Henry, R. D. Holbrook, and K. L. Chen. 2011. Potential release pathways, environmental fate, and ecological risks of carbon nanotubes. Environmental Science and Technology 45:9837-9856.

Reinardy, H. C., J.-L. Teyssie, R. A. Jeffree, D. Copplestone, T. B. Henry, and A. N. Jha. 2011. Uptake, depuration, and radiation dose estimation in zebrafish exposed to radionuclides via aqueous or dietary routes. Science of The Total Environment 409:3771-3779.

Ripp, S. 2011. Phage-mediated detection of biological threats. p. 156-174. In V. A. Petrenko and G. P. Smith (ed.), Phage Nanobiotechnology. The Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge, UK.

Ripp, S. 2011. Nanotoxicology in the microbial world. In S. Ripp and T. B. Henry (ed.), Biotechnology and Nanotechnology Risk Asessment, American Chemical Society, Washington, DC.

Ripp, S., A. C. Layton, and G. S. Sayler. 2011. The microbe as a reporter: Microbial bioreporter sensing technologies for chemical and biological detection. In K. Sen and N. J. Ashbolt (ed.), Environmental Microbiology: Current Technology and Water Applications. Caister Academic Press, Hethersett, Norwich, UK.

Rogers, E. D., T. B. Henry, J. S. Gouffon, J. T. McPherson, G. L. Boyer, G. S. Sayler, and S. W. Wilhelm. 2011. Global gene expression profiling in larval zebrafish exposed to microcystin-LR and microcystis reveals endocrine disrupting effects of Cyanobacteria. Environmental Science and Technology 45:1962-1969.

Safferman, S. I., I. Fernandez-Torres, S. M. Pfiffner, R. A. Larson, and D. L. Mokma. 2011. Soil column assessment of sensor monitoring applications for land applied waste water. Journal of Environmental Engineering 137(2):97-107.doi:10.1061/(ASCE)EE.1943-7870.0000294.

Smartt, A. E., and S. Ripp. 2011. Bacteriophage reporter technology for sensing and detecting microbial targets. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 400:991-1007.

Tithof, P., S. Richards, M. Elgayyar, F. M. Menn, V. Vulava, L. McKay, J. Sanseverino, G. Sayler, D. Tucker, C. Leslie, K. Lu, and K. Ramos. 2011. Activation of group IVC phospholipase A2 by polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons induces apoptosis of human coronary artery endothelial cells. Archives of Toxicology 85:623-634.

van Geen, A., K. M. Ahmed, Y. Akita, M. J. Alam, P. J. Culligan, M. Emch, V. Escamilla, J. Feighery, A. S. Ferguson, P. Knappett, A. C. Layton, B. J. Mailloux, L. D. McKay, J. L. Mey, M. L. Serre, P. K. Streatfield, J. Wu, and M. Yunus. 2011. Fecal contamination of shallow tubewells in Bangladesh inversely related to arsenic. Environmental Science and Technology 45:1199-1205.

Vishnivetskaya, T. A., S. Liebner, R. Wilhelm, and D. Wagner. 2011. Microbial carbon cycling in permafrost-affected soils. In L. Whyte and R. V. Miller (ed.), Polar Microbiology: Life in Deep Freeze. ASM Press, Washington, DC.

Vishnivetskaya, T. A., S. Lucas, A. Copeland, A. Lapidus, T. Glavina del Rio, E. Dalin, H. Tice, D. C. Bruce, L. A. Goodwin, S. Pitluck, E. Saunders, T. Brettin, C. Detter, C. Han, F. Larimer, M. L. Land, L. J. Hauser, N. C. Kyrpides, G. Ovchinnikova, S. Kathariou, R. F. Ramaley, D. F. Rodrigues, C. Hendrix, P. Richardson, And J. M. Tiedje. 2011. Complete genome sequence of the thermophilic bacterium Exiguobacterium sp. AT1b. Journal of Bacteriology 193:2880-2881.

Vishnivetskaya, T. A., J. J. Mosher, A. V. Palumbo, M. Podar, S. D. Brown, S. C. Brooks, M. M. Drake, G. Southworth, C. C. Brandt, and D. A. Elias. 2011. Mercury and other heavy metals influence bacterial community structure in Tennessee streams. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 77:302-311.

Zhang, M., G. R. Yu, J. Zhuang, R. Gentry, Y. L. Fu, X. M. Sun, L. M. Zhang, X. F. Wen, Q. F. Wang, S. J. Han, J. H. Yan, Y. P. Zhang, Y. F. Wang, and Y. N. Li. 2011. Effects of cloudiness change on net ecosystem exchange, light use efficiency, and water use efficiency in typical ecosystems of China. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 151:803-816.

Zhuang, J. and R. W. Gentry. 2011. Environmental application and risks of nanotechnology: A balanced view. In S. Ripp and T. B. Henry (ed.), Biotechnology and Nanotechnology Risk Assessment. American Chemical Society, Washington, DC.