James Borneman
James Borneman
Professor, Department of Microbiology and Plant Pathology, University of California Riverside
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Molecular microbial diversity in soils from eastern Amazonia: evidence for unusual microorganisms and microbial population shifts associated with deforestation
J Borneman, EW Triplett
Applied and environmental microbiology 63 (7), 2647-2653, 1997
Molecular microbial diversity of an agricultural soil in Wisconsin
J Borneman, PW Skroch, KM O'Sullivan, JA Palus, NG Rumjanek, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 62 (6), 1935-1943, 1996
PCR primers that amplify fungal rRNA genes from environmental samples
J Borneman, RJ Hartin
Applied and environmental microbiology 66 (10), 4356-4360, 2000
Haloalkene oxidation by the soluble methane monooxygenase from Methylosinus trichosporium OB3b: mechanistic and environmental implications
BG Fox, JG Borneman, LP Wackett, JD Lipscomb
Biochemistry 29 (27), 6419-6427, 1990
Microbial phyllosphere populations are more complex than previously realized
CH Yang, DE Crowley, J Borneman, NT Keen
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98 (7), 3889-3894, 2001
Malassezia is associated with Crohn’s disease and exacerbates colitis in mouse models
JJ Limon, J Tang, D Li, AJ Wolf, KS Michelsen, V Funari, M Gargus, ...
Cell host & microbe 25 (3), 377-388. e6, 2019
Bacterial functional redundancy along a soil reclamation gradient
B Yin, D Crowley, G Sparovek, WJ De Melo, J Borneman
Applied and environmental microbiology 66 (10), 4361-4365, 2000
Integrative analysis of the microbiome and metabolome of the human intestinal mucosal surface reveals exquisite inter-relationships
IH McHardy, M Goudarzi, M Tong, PM Ruegger, E Schwager, JR Weger, ...
Microbiome 1, 1-19, 2013
Preserving accuracy in GenBank
MI Bidartondo
Science 319 (5870), 1616-1616, 2008
HIV Infection is associated with compositional and functional shifts in the rectal mucosal microbiota
IH McHardy, X Li, M Tong, P Ruegger, J Jacobs, J Borneman, P Anton, ...
Microbiome 1, 1-12, 2013
Abundant and diverse fungal microbiota in the murine intestine
AJ Scupham, LL Presley, B Wei, E Bent, N Griffith, M McPherson, F Zhu, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 72 (1), 793-801, 2006
Reprograming of gut microbiome energy metabolism by the FUT2 Crohn’s disease risk polymorphism
M Tong, I McHardy, P Ruegger, M Goudarzi, PC Kashyap, T Haritunians, ...
The ISME journal 8 (11), 2193-2206, 2014
A modular organization of the human intestinal mucosal microbiota and its association with inflammatory bowel disease
M Tong, X Li, L Wegener Parfrey, B Roth, A Ippoliti, B Wei, J Borneman, ...
PloS one 8 (11), e80702, 2013
A disease-associated microbial and metabolomics state in relatives of pediatric inflammatory bowel disease patients
JP Jacobs, M Goudarzi, N Singh, M Tong, IH McHardy, P Ruegger, ...
Cellular and molecular gastroenterology and hepatology 2 (6), 750-766, 2016
Identifying microorganisms involved in specific pathogen suppression in soil
James, JO Becker
Annu. Rev. Phytopathol. 45, 153-172, 2007
Functional diversity in resource use by fungi
KL McGuire, E Bent, J Borneman, A Majumder, SD Allison, KK Treseder
Ecology 91 (8), 2324-2332, 2010
Analysis of bacterial community composition by oligonucleotide fingerprinting of rRNA genes
L Valinsky, G Della Vedova, AJ Scupham, S Alvey, A Figueroa, B Yin, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 68 (7), 3243-3250, 2002
Culture-independent identification of microorganisms that respond to specified stimuli
J Borneman
Applied and environmental microbiology 65 (8), 3398-3400, 1999
Commensal microbiota and CD8+ T cells shape the formation of invariant NKT cells
B Wei, G Wingender, D Fujiwara, DYH Chen, M McPherson, S Brewer, ...
The journal of immunology 184 (3), 1218-1226, 2010
A pleiotropic missense variant in SLC39A8 is associated with Crohn’s disease and human gut microbiome composition
D Li, JP Achkar, T Haritunians, JP Jacobs, KY Hui, M D'Amato, S Brand, ...
Gastroenterology 151 (4), 724-732, 2016
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