Hendrik Schäfer
Hendrik Schäfer
Professor of Microbiology, School of Life Sciences, University of Warwick
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Denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE) in microbial ecology.
G Muyzer, T Brinkhoff, U Nübel, C Santegoeds, H Schäfer, C Wawer, ...
Molecular microbial ecology manual. Volumes 1 and 2, 743-769, 2004
Identification of and spatio-temporal differences between microbial assemblages from two neighboring sulfurous lakes: comparison by microscopy and denaturing gradient gel …
EO Casamayor, H Schäfer, L Bañeras, C Pedrós-Alió, G Muyzer
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 66 (2), 499-508, 2000
Denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis in marine microbial ecology
H Schäfer, G Muyzer
Methods in Microbiology 30, 425-468, 2001
Carnitine metabolism to trimethylamine by an unusual Rieske-type oxygenase from human microbiota
Y Zhu, E Jameson, M Crosatti, H Schäfer, K Rajakumar, TDH Bugg, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (11), 4268-4273, 2014
Microbial community dynamics in Mediterranean nutrient‐enriched seawater mesocosms: changes in the genetic diversity of bacterial populations
H Schäfer, L Bernard, C Courties, P Lebaron, P Servais, R Pukall, ...
FEMS microbiology ecology 34 (3), 243-253, 2001
Genetic diversity of ‘satellite’bacteria present in cultures of marine diatoms
H Schäfer, B Abbas, H Witte, G Muyzer
FEMS microbiology ecology 42 (1), 25-35, 2002
Stable-isotope probing implicates Methylophaga spp and novel Gammaproteobacteria in marine methanol and methylamine metabolism
JD Neufeld, H Schäfer, MJ Cox, R Boden, IR McDonald, JC Murrell
The ISME journal 1 (6), 480-491, 2007
Microbial degradation of dimethylsulphide and related C1-sulphur compounds: organisms and pathways controlling fluxes of sulphur in the biosphere
H Schäfer, N Myronova, R Boden
Journal of experimental botany 61 (2), 315-334, 2010
Bacterial activity and genetic richness along an estuarine gradient (Rhone River plume, France)
M Troussellier, H Schafer, N Batailler, L Bernard, C Courties, P Lebaron, ...
Aquatic microbial ecology 28 (1), 13-24, 2002
The response of the microbial community of marine sediments to organic carbon input under anaerobic conditions
R Rosselló-Mora, B Thamdrup, H Schäfer, R Weller, R Amann
Systematic and applied microbiology 22 (2), 237-248, 1999
Changes in bacterial community structure in seawater mesocosms differing in their nutrient status
P Lebaron, P Servais, M Troussellier, C Courties, J Vives-Rego, G Muyzer, ...
Aquat Microb Ecol 19 (3), 255-267, 1999
Refinement of biodegradation tests methodologies and the proposed utility of new microbial ecology techniques
A Kowalczyk, TJ Martin, OR Price, JR Snape, RA van Egmond, ...
Ecotoxicology and environmental safety 111, 9-22, 2015
Successional changes in the genetic diversity of a marine bacterial assemblage during confinement
H Schäfer, P Servais, G Muyzer
Archives of microbiology 173 (2), 138-145, 2000
Genetic diversity of total, active and culturable marine bacteria in coastal seawater
L Bernard, H Schäfer, F Joux, C Courties, G Muyzer, P Lebaron
Aquatic Microbial Ecology 23 (1), 1-11, 2000
Microbial community dynamics in Mediterranean nutrient‐enriched seawater mesocosms: changes in abundances, activity and composition
P Lebaron, P Servais, M Troussellier, C Courties, G Muyzer, L Bernard, ...
FEMS microbiology ecology 34 (3), 255-266, 2001
Oxidation of dimethylsulfide to tetrathionate by Methylophaga thiooxidans sp. nov.: a new link in the sulfur cycle
R Boden, DP Kelly, JC Murrell, H Schäfer
Environmental Microbiology 12 (10), 2688-2699, 2010
Isolation of Methylophaga spp. from marine dimethylsulfide-degrading enrichment cultures and identification of polypeptides induced during growth on dimethylsulfide
H Schäfer
Applied and environmental microbiology 73 (8), 2580-2591, 2007
Mutations in SELENBP1, encoding a novel human methanethiol oxidase, cause extraoral halitosis
A Pol, GH Renkema, A Tangerman, EG Winkel, UF Engelke, ...
Nature genetics 50 (1), 120-129, 2018
Genetics of the glutamate‐mediated methylamine utilization pathway in the facultative methylotrophic beta‐proteobacterium Methyloversatilis universalis FAM5
E Latypova, S Yang, YS Wang, T Wang, TA Chavkin, M Hackett, ...
Molecular microbiology 75 (2), 426-439, 2010
Analysis of methane monooxygenase genes in Mono Lake suggests that increased methane oxidation activity may correlate with a change in methanotroph community structure
JL Lin, SB Joye, JCM Scholten, H Schäfer, IR McDonald, JC Murrell
Applied and environmental microbiology 71 (10), 6458-6462, 2005
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