Mary Lidstrom
Mary Lidstrom
Professor of Chemical Engineering, Professor of Microbiology, University of Washington
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Multicopper oxidases and oxygenases
EI Solomon, UM Sundaram, TE Machonkin
Chemical reviews 96 (7), 2563-2606, 1996
Selected correspondence
L Karl
Evidence that participate methane monooxygenase and ammonia monooxygenase may be evolutionarily related
AJ Holmes, A Costello, ME Lidstrom, JC Murrell
FEMS microbiology letters 132 (3), 203-208, 1995
Molecular characterization of functional and phylogenetic genes from natural populations of methanotrophs in lake sediments
AM Costello, ME Lidstrom
Applied and environmental microbiology 65 (11), 5066-5074, 1999
Trichloroethylene biodegradation by a methane-oxidizing bacterium
CD Little, AV Palumbo, SE Herbes, ME Lidstrom, RL Tyndall, PJ Gilmer
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 54 (4), 951-956, 1988
A new cofactor in a prokaryotic enzyme: tryptophan tryptophylquinone as the redox prosthetic group in methylamine dehydrogenase
WS McIntire, DE Wemmer, A Chistoserdov, ME Lidstrom
Science 252 (5007), 817-824, 1991
The expanding world of methylotrophic metabolism
L Chistoserdova, MG Kalyuzhnaya, ME Lidstrom
Annual review of microbiology 63, 477-499, 2009
Development of improved versatile broad-host-range vectors for use in methylotrophs and other Gram-negative bacteriaThe GenBank accession numbers for the sequences reported in …
CJ Marx, ME Lidstrom
Microbiology 147 (8), 2065-2075, 2001
Broad-Host-Range cre-lox System for Antibiotic Marker Recycling in Gram-Negative Bacteria
CJ Marx, ME Lidstrom
Biotechniques 33 (5), 1062-1067, 2002
C1 transfer enzymes and coenzymes linking methylotrophic bacteria and methanogenic Archaea
L Chistoserdova, JA Vorholt, RK Thauer, ME Lidstrom
Science 281 (5373), 99-102, 1998
Methylotrophy in Methylobacterium extorquens AM1 from a Genomic Point of View
L Chistoserdova, SW Chen, A Lapidus, ME Lidstrom
Journal of bacteriology 185 (10), 2980-2987, 2003
The role of physiological heterogeneity in microbial population behavior
ME Lidstrom, MC Konopka
Nature chemical biology 6 (10), 705-712, 2010
Highly efficient methane biocatalysis revealed in a methanotrophic bacterium
MG Kalyuzhnaya, S Yang, ON Rozova, NE Smalley, J Clubb, A Lamb, ...
Nature communications 4 (1), 1-7, 2013
Particulate methane monooxygenase genes in methanotrophs
JD Semrau, A Chistoserdov, J Lebron, A Costello, J Davagnino, E Kenna, ...
Journal of Bacteriology 177 (11), 3071-3079, 1995
High-resolution metagenomics targets specific functional types in complex microbial communities
MG Kalyuzhnaya, A Lapidus, N Ivanova, AC Copeland, AC McHardy, ...
Nature biotechnology 26 (9), 1029-1034, 2008
Metabolic engineering in methanotrophic bacteria
MG Kalyuzhnaya, AW Puri, ME Lidstrom
Metabolic engineering 29, 142-152, 2015
Molecular characterization of methanotrophic isolates from freshwater lake sediment
AJ Auman, S Stolyar, AM Costello, ME Lidstrom
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 66 (12), 5259-5266, 2000
The nature of the copper ions in the membranes containing the particulate methane monooxygenase from Methylococcus capsulatus (Bath).
HH Nguyen, AK Shiemke, SJ Jacobs, BJ Hales, ME Lidstrom, SI Chan
Journal of Biological Chemistry 269 (21), 14995-15005, 1994
Methylobacterium Genome Sequences: A Reference Blueprint to Investigate Microbial Metabolism of C1 Compounds from Natural and Industrial Sources
S Vuilleumier, L Chistoserdova, MC Lee, F Bringel, A Lajus, Y Zhou, ...
PloS one 4 (5), e5584, 2009
Symbiosis of methylotrophic bacteria and deep-sea mussels
CM Cavanaugh, PR Levering, JS Maki, R Mitchell, ME Lidstrom
Nature 325 (6102), 346-348, 1987
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