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Mike Taylor
Mike Taylor
Professor of Microbiology, School of Biological Sciences, University of Auckland
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Sponge-associated microorganisms: evolution, ecology, and biotechnological potential
MW Taylor, R Radax, D Steger, M Wagner
Microbiology and molecular biology reviews 71 (2), 295-347, 2007
14232007
Deciphering the evolution and metabolism of an anammox bacterium from a community genome
M Strous, E Pelletier, S Mangenot, T Rattei, A Lehner, MW Taylor, M Horn, ...
Nature 440 (7085), 790-794, 2006
11922006
Marine sponges as microbial fermenters
U Hentschel, KM Usher, MW Taylor
FEMS microbiology ecology 55 (2), 167-177, 2006
6582006
Marine sponges and their microbial symbionts: love and other relationships
NS Webster, MW Taylor
Environmental microbiology 14 (2), 335-346, 2012
5922012
Genomic insights into the marine sponge microbiome
U Hentschel, J Piel, SM Degnan, MW Taylor
Nature Reviews Microbiology 10 (9), 641-654, 2012
5812012
Assessing the complex sponge microbiota: core, variable and species-specific bacterial communities in marine sponges
S Schmitt, P Tsai, J Bell, J Fromont, M Ilan, N Lindquist, T Perez, ...
The ISME Journal 6 (3), 564-576, 2012
5102012
Deep sequencing reveals exceptional diversity and modes of transmission for bacterial sponge symbionts
NS Webster, MW Taylor, F Behnam, S Lücker, T Rattei, S Whalan, M Horn, ...
Environmental Microbiology 12 (8), 2070-2082, 2010
4592010
Diversity, structure and convergent evolution of the global sponge microbiome
T Thomas, L Moitinho-Silva, M Lurgi, JR Björk, C Easson, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-12, 2016
4452016
Characterizing the avian gut microbiota: membership, driving influences, and potential function
DW Waite, MW Taylor
Frontiers in microbiology 5, 223, 2014
3212014
Host specificity in marine sponge‐associated bacteria, and potential implications for marine microbial diversity
MW Taylor, PJ Schupp, I Dahllöf, S Kjelleberg, PD Steinberg
Environmental Microbiology 6 (2), 121-130, 2004
3022004
Could some coral reefs become sponge reefs as our climate changes?
JJ Bell, SK Davy, T Jones, MW Taylor, NS Webster
Global change biology 19 (9), 2613-2624, 2013
2912013
Wastewater treatment: a model system for microbial ecology
H Daims, MW Taylor, M Wagner
Trends in biotechnology 24 (11), 483-489, 2006
2842006
Sponge‐specific clusters revisited: a comprehensive phylogeny of sponge‐associated microorganisms
RL Simister, P Deines, ES Botté, NS Webster, MW Taylor
Environmental Microbiology 14 (2), 517-524, 2012
2482012
Exploring the avian gut microbiota: current trends and future directions
DW Waite, MW Taylor
Frontiers in microbiology 6, 673, 2015
2122015
Evaluating variation in human gut microbiota profiles due to DNA extraction method and inter-subject differences
B Wagner Mackenzie, DW Waite, MW Taylor
Frontiers in microbiology 6, 130, 2015
1762015
Biogeography of bacteria associated with the marine sponge Cymbastela concentrica
MW Taylor, PJ Schupp, R De Nys, S Kjelleberg, PD Steinberg
Environmental microbiology 7 (3), 419-433, 2005
1672005
Comparisons of diversity of bacterial communities associated with three sessile marine eukaryotes
SR Longford, NA Tujula, GR Crocetti, AJ Holmes, C Holmström, ...
Aquatic microbial ecology 48 (3), 217-229, 2007
1662007
‘Sponge-specific’bacteria are widespread (but rare) in diverse marine environments
MW Taylor, P Tsai, RL Simister, P Deines, E Botte, G Ericson, S Schmitt, ...
The ISME Journal 7 (2), 438-443, 2013
1642013
The nasal microbiota in health and disease: variation within and between subjects
K Biswas, M Hoggard, R Jain, MW Taylor, RG Douglas
Frontiers in microbiology 6, 134, 2015
1592015
Activity profiles for marine sponge-associated bacteria obtained by 16S rRNA vs 16S rRNA gene comparisons
J Kamke, MW Taylor, S Schmitt
The ISME Journal 4 (4), 498-508, 2010
1552010
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