Susan R. Barnum

Miami University (Ohio), Oxford, OH 
Botany Biology, Molecular Biology, Plant Physiology, Microbiology Biology
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Henson BJ, Hartman L, Watson LE, et al. (2011) Evolution and variation of the nifD and hupL elements in the heterocystous cyanobacteria. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology. 61: 2938-49
Hartmann LS, Barnum SR. (2010) Inferring the evolutionary history of Mo-dependent nitrogen fixation from phylogenetic studies of nifK and nifDK. Journal of Molecular Evolution. 71: 70-85
Henson BJ, Pennington LE, Watson LE, et al. (2008) Excision of the nifD element in the heterocystous cyanobacteria. Archives of Microbiology. 189: 357-66
Henson BJ, Watson LE, Barnum SR. (2005) Characterization of a 4 kb variant of the nifD element in Anabaena sp. strain ATCC 33047. Current Microbiology. 50: 129-32
Fang F, Barnum SR. (2004) Expression of the heat shock gene hsp16.6 and promoter analysis in the cyanobacterium, Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803. Current Microbiology. 49: 192-8
Henson BJ, Watson LE, Barnum SR. (2004) The evolutionary history of nitrogen fixation, as assessed by NifD. Journal of Molecular Evolution. 58: 390-9
Fang F, Barnum SR. (2003) The heat shock gene, htpG, and thermotolerance in the cyanobacterium, Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803. Current Microbiology. 47: 341-6
Henson BJ, Watson LE, Barnum SR. (2002) Molecular differentiation of the heterocystous cyanobacteria, Nostoc and Anabaena, based on complete NifD sequences. Current Microbiology. 45: 161-4
Lee S, Owen HA, Prochaska DJ, et al. (2000) HSP16.6 Is involved in the development of thermotolerance and thylakoid stability in the unicellular cyanobacterium, Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 Current Microbiology. 40: 283-287
Lee S, Prochaska DJ, Fang F, et al. (1998) A 16.6-kilodalton protein in the Cyanobacterium synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 plays a role in the heat shock response. Current Microbiology. 37: 403-7
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