Publications

Looking for examples of our antibodies and protein standards in action? Here are just some of the recent peer-reviewed publications using Environmental Proteomics products:

  • Humby et al. (2013) — Conditional Senescence in Chlamydomonas reinhardtii (Chlorophyceae)
  • Li et al. (2013) — Rising CO2 Interacts with Growth Light and Growth Rate to Alter Photosystem II Photoinactivation of the Coastal Diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana
  • Losh et al. (2013) — Rubisco is a small fraction of total protein in marine phytoplankton
  • Thomas et al. (2013) — Photophysiology of Bolidomonas pacifica
  • Hoogenboom et al. (2012) — Effects of Light, Food Availability and Temperature Stress on the Function of Photosystem II and Photosystem I of Coral Symbionts
  • McCarthy et al. (2012) — Elevated carbon dioxide differentially alters the photophysiology of Thalassiosira pseudonana (Bacillariophyceae) and Emiliania huxleyi (Haptophyta)
  • Richier et al. (2012) — Abundances of Iron-Binding Photosynthetic and Nitrogen-Fixing Proteins of Trichodesmium Both in Culture and In Situ from the North Atlantic
  • Ryan-Keogh et al. (2012) — The Cyanobacterial Chlorophyll‐Binding‐Protein IsiA Acts To Increase The In Vivo Effective Absorption Cross‐Section Of PSI Under Iron Limitation
  • Sharpe et al. (2012).  Influence of Cell Size and DNA Content on Growth Rate and Photosystem II Function in Cryptic Species of Ditylum brightwellii
  • Hill et al. (2011) — Increased rate of D1 repair in coral symbionts during bleaching is insufficient to counter accelerated photo-inactivation
  • Schrader et al. (2011) — Surplus Photosynthetic Antennae Complexes Underlie Diagnostics of Iron Limitation in a Cyanobacterium
  • Sharon et al. (2011) — Photoacclimation of the seagrass Halophila stipulacea to the dim irradiance at its 48-meter depth limit
  • Wu et al. (2011) — Distinctive Photosystem II Photoinactivation and Protein Dynamics in Marine Diatoms
  • Antal et al. (2010) — Acclimation of photosynthesis to nitrogen deficiency in Phaseolus vulgaris
  • Hopkinson et al. (2010) — The effect of CO2 on the photosynthetic physiology of phytoplankton in the Gulf of Alaska
  • Levitan et al. (2010) — Regulation of nitrogen metabolism in the marine diazotroph Trichodesmium IMS101 under varying temperatures and atmospheric CO2 concentrations.
  • Loebl et al. (2010).  Physiological basis for high resistance to photoinhibition under nitrogen depletion in Emiliania huxleyi
  • Petrou et al. (2010) — Rapid photoprotection in sea-ice diatoms from the East Antarctic pack ice
  • Key et al. (2009) — Cell size trade-offs govern light exploitation strategies in marine phytoplankton
  • Materna et al. (2009) — First Induced Plastid Genome Mutations in an Alga with Secondary Plastids: psbA Mutations in the Diatom Phaeodactylum tricornutum (Bacillariophyceae) Reveal Consequences on the Regulation of Photosynthesis
  • Meskauskiene et al. (2009) — A mutation in the Arabidopsis mTERF-related plastid protein SOLDAT10 activates retrograde signaling and suppresses O2-induced cell death
  • Six et al. (2009) — Photosystem II and Pigment Dynamics among Ecotypes of the Green Alga Ostreococcus
  • Bouchard et al. (2008) — Interaction of nitrogen status and UVB sensitivity in a temperate phytoplankton assemblage
  • Brown et al. (2008) — Flux capacities and acclimation costs in Trichodesmium from the Gulf of Mexico
  • Garczarek et al. (2008) —  Function and evolution of the psbA gene family in marine Synechococcus: Synechococcus sp. WH7803 as a case study
  • Sicora et al. (2008) — The psbA gene family responds differentially to light and UVB stress in Gloeobacter violaceus PCC 7421, a deeply divergent cyanobacterium.
  • Brown et al. (2007) — Resource dynamics during infection of Micromonas pusillaby virus MpV-Sp1
  • Six et al. (2007) — Light Variability Illuminates Niche-Partitioning among Marine Picocyanobacteria

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