James B. Russell
|1982-2009||Animal Science||Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States|
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|Lima JR, Ribon Ade O, Russell JB, et al. (2009) Bovicin HC5 inhibits wasteful amino acid degradation by mixed ruminal bacteria in vitro. Fems Microbiology Letters. 292: 78-84|
|Xavier BM, Russell JB. (2009) The ability of non-bacteriocin producing Streptococcus bovis strains to bind and transfer bovicin HC5 to other sensitive bacteria. Anaerobe. 15: 168-72|
|Russell JB, Muck RE, Weimer PJ. (2009) Quantitative analysis of cellulose degradation and growth of cellulolytic bacteria in the rumen. Fems Microbiology Ecology. 67: 183-97|
|Xavier BM, Houlihan AJ, Russell JB. (2008) The activity and stability of cell-associated activity of bovicin HC5, a bacteriocin from Streptococcus bovis HC5. Fems Microbiology Letters. 283: 162-6|
|Mantovani HC, Russell JB. (2008) Bovicin HC5, a lantibiotic produced by Streptococcus bovis HC5, catalyzes the efflux of intracellular potassium but not ATP. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy. 52: 2247-9|
|Seon Park J, Russell JB, Wilson DB. (2007) Characterization of a family 45 glycosyl hydrolase from Fibrobacter succinogenes S85. Anaerobe. 13: 83-8|
|Xavier BM, Russell JB. (2006) Bacterial competition between a bacteriocin-producing and a bacteriocin-negative strain of Streptococcus bovis in batch and continuous culture. Fems Microbiology Ecology. 58: 317-22|
|Houlihan AJ, Russell JB. (2006) The effect of calcium and magnesium on the activity of bovicin HC5 and nisin. Current Microbiology. 53: 365-9|
|Russell JB. (2006) Factors affecting lysine degradation by ruminal fusobacteria. Fems Microbiology Ecology. 56: 18-24|
|Houlihan AJ, Russell JB. (2006) Factors affecting the activity of bovicin HC5, a bacteriocin from Streptococcus bovis HC5: release, stability and binding to target bacteria. Journal of Applied Microbiology. 100: 168-74|