Nejc Stopnisek

Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 
"Nejc Stopnisek"


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Laure Weisskopf grad student 2010-2014 University of Fribourg
Jos Raaijmakers post-doc 2021- NIOO
David A. Stahl post-doc 2014-2017 University of Washington
Ashley Shade post-doc 2017-2021 Michigan State (Microtree)
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Hunt KA, Forbes J, Taub F, et al. (2021) An automated multiplexed turbidometric and data collection system for measuring growth kinetics of anaerobes dependent on gaseous substrates. Journal of Microbiological Methods. 188: 106294
Stopnisek N, Shade A. (2021) Persistent microbiome members in the common bean rhizosphere: an integrated analysis of space, time, and plant genotype. The Isme Journal
Turkarslan S, Stopnisek N, Thompson AW, et al. (2021) Synergistic epistasis enhances the co-operativity of mutualistic interspecies interactions. The Isme Journal
Shade A, Stopnisek N. (2019) Abundance-occupancy distributions to prioritize plant core microbiome membership. Current Opinion in Microbiology. 49: 50-58
Grady KL, Sorensen JW, Stopnisek N, et al. (2019) Assembly and seasonality of core phyllosphere microbiota on perennial biofuel crops. Nature Communications. 10: 4135
Meinhardt KA, Stopnisek N, Pannu MW, et al. (2018) Ammonia-oxidizing bacteria are the primary N O producers in an ammonia-oxidizing archaea dominated alkaline agricultural soil. Environmental Microbiology
Stopnisek N, Zühlke D, Carlier A, et al. (2016) Molecular mechanisms underlying the close association between soil Burkholderia and fungi. The Isme Journal. 10: 253-64
Kost T, Stopnisek N, Agnoli K, et al. (2014) Oxalotrophy, a widespread trait of plant-associated Burkholderia species, is involved in successful root colonization of lupin and maize by Burkholderia phytofirmans. Frontiers in Microbiology. 4: 421
Stopnisek N, Bodenhausen N, Frey B, et al. (2014) Genus-wide acid tolerance accounts for the biogeographical distribution of soil Burkholderia populations Environmental Microbiology. 16: 1503-1512
Stopnisek N, Gubry-Rangin C, Höfferle S, et al. (2010) Thaumarchaeal ammonia oxidation in an acidic forest peat soil is not influenced by ammonium amendment. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 76: 7626-34
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