Wayne L. Nicholson, Ph.D

Affiliations: 
1990-1995 Microbiology and Immunology University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth 
 1995-2003 Veterinary Science and Microbiology University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 
 2003- Microbiology and Cell Science University of Florida, Gainesville, Gainesville, FL, United States 
Area:
Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Bacterial Genetics, Astrobiology
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Parents

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Albert D. Robinson research assistant 1978-1980 State University of New York at Potsdam
Glenn H. Chambliss grad student 1980-1987 UW Madison (Chemistry Tree)
Peter Setlow post-doc 1987-1990 University of Connecticut Health Center (Chemistry Tree)

Children

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Mario Pedraza-Reyes grad student 1992-1994 University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth (Chemistry Tree)
Yaming Xue grad student 1993-1995 University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth (Chemistry Tree)
Paul Riesenman grad student 1997-1999 University of Arizona at Tucson (Chemistry Tree)
Tony A. Slieman grad student 1996-2000 University of Arizona
Roberto Rebeil grad student 1996-2001 University of Arizona
Rachel Mastrapa grad student 1999-2003 University of Arizona at Tucson
Heather Maughan grad student 2000-2006 University of Arizona at Tucson (Evolution Tree)
Amy E. Perkins grad student 2006-2008 University of Florida (Chemistry Tree)
Rafael Rodrigues de grad student 2010-2014 University of Florida
Samantha M. Waters grad student 2010-2014 University of Florida (Chemistry Tree)
Hoang Nguyen grad student 2015-2017 University of Florida
Robert Zazueta-Sandoval post-doc University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth (Chemistry Tree)
Yubo Sun post-doc 1993-1995 University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth (Chemistry Tree)
Lilian Chooback post-doc 1994-1995 University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth (Chemistry Tree)
Andrea Rivas-Castillo post-doc 2009-2009 University of Florida (Chemistry Tree)
José Robles-Martinez post-doc 2009-2010 University of Florida (Chemistry Tree)
Kirill Krivushin research scientist University of Florida (Chemistry Tree)
Ralf Moeller research scientist University of Florida (Chemistry Tree)
Yinzhao Wang research scientist University of Florida (Chemistry Tree)
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Fajardo-Cavazos P, Nicholson WL. (2021) Mechanotransduction in Prokaryotes: A Possible Mechanism of Spaceflight Adaptation. Life (Basel, Switzerland). 11
Morrison MD, Nicholson WL. (2020) Comparisons of Transcriptome Profiles from Cells Grown in Space versus High Aspect Ratio Vessel (HARV) Clinostats Reveal a Low Degree of Concordance. Astrobiology
Cortesão M, Fuchs FM, Commichau FM, et al. (2019) Spore Resistance to Simulated Mars Surface Conditions. Frontiers in Microbiology. 10: 333
Morrison MD, Fajardo-Cavazos P, Nicholson WL. (2019) Comparison of transcriptome profiles from two separate missions to the International Space Station. Npj Microgravity. 5: 1
Fajardo-Cavazos P, Morrison MD, Miller KM, et al. (2018) Transcriptomic responses of Serratia liquefaciens cells grown under simulated Martian conditions of low temperature, low pressure, and CO-enriched anoxic atmosphere. Scientific Reports. 8: 14938
Morrison MD, Nicholson WL. (2018) Meta-analysis of data from spaceflight transcriptome experiments does not support the idea of a common bacterial "spaceflight response". Scientific Reports. 8: 14403
Nicholson WL, Schuerger AC, Douki T. (2018) The Photochemistry of Unprotected DNA and DNA inside Bacillus subtilis Spores Exposed to Simulated Martian Surface Conditions of Atmospheric Composition, Temperature, Pressure, and Solar Radiation. Astrobiology. 18: 393-402
Fajardo-Cavazos P, Leehan JD, Nicholson WL. (2018) Alterations in the Spectrum of Spontaneous Rifampicin-Resistance Mutations in theGene after Cultivation in the Human Spaceflight Environment. Frontiers in Microbiology. 9: 192
Morrison MD, Fajardo-Cavazos P, Nicholson WL. (2017) Cultivation in space flight produces minimal alterations in the susceptibility of Bacillus subtilis cells to 72 different antibiotics and growth-inhibiting compounds. Applied and Environmental Microbiology
Zeigler DR, Nicholson WL. (2017) Experimental Evolution of Bacillus subtilis. Environmental Microbiology
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