Publications

Key: *Equal contribution; Undergraduate authors

2018

Henson, Michael W.,  V. Celeste Lanclos, Brant C. Faircloth, and J. Cameron Thrash. (2018) Cultivation and genomics of the first freshwater SAR11 (LD12) isolate.The ISME Journal AOP. Supplementary Information.

Henson, Michael W., Jordan Hanssen, Greg Spooner, Patrick Flemming, Markus Pukonen,  Frederick Stahr, and J. Cameron Thrash. (2018) Nutrient dynamics and stream order influence microbial community patterns along a 2914 km transect of the Mississippi River. Limnology and Oceanography AOP Supplemental Material.

J. Cameron Thrash, Brett J. Baker, Kiley W. Seitz, Ben Temperton, Lauren Gillies Campbell, Nancy N. Rabalais, Bernard Henrissat, and Olivia U. Mason. (2018) Metagenomic assembly and prokaryotic MAGs from the northern Gulf of Mexico “Dead Zone”. Microbiology Resource Announcements 7:e01033-18 Table S1

Bakshi, Arundhati, Austen T. Webber, Lorelei E. Patrick, E. William Wischusen, and J. Cameron Thrash. (2018) The CURE for Cultivating Fastidious Microbes. In Review. bioRxiv preprint.

Craine, Joseph, Michael W. Henson, J. Cameron Thrash, Jordan Hanssen, Greg Spooner, Patrick Fleming, Marcus Pukonen, Frederick Stahr, Sarah Spaulding, and Noah Fierer. (2018) Environmental DNA reveals the structure of phytoplankton assemblages along a 2900-km transect in the Mississippi River. In Review. bioRxiv preprint.

2017

Thrash, J. Cameron , Kiley W. Seitz, Brett J. Baker, Ben Temperton, Lauren E. Gillies, Nancy N. Rabalais, Bernard Henrissat, Olivia U. Mason. (2017) Metabolic roles of uncultivated bacterioplankton lineages in the northern Gulf of Mexico “Dead Zone.” mBio 8(5):e01017-17 Supplementary Information. (Issue Cover)

Halsey, Kimberly H., Stephen J. Giovannoni, Martin Graus, Yanlin Zhao, Zachary Landry, J. Cameron Thrash, and Joost de Gouw. (2017) Biological Cycling of Acetaldehyde by Phytoplankton and Bacterioplankton. Limnology & Oceanography. doi: 10.1002/lno.10596

2016

Henson, Michael W., David M. Pitre, Jessica Lee Weckhorst, V. Celeste Lanclos, Austen T. Webber, and J. Cameron Thrash. (2016) Artificial seawater media facilitates cultivating members of the microbial majority from the Gulf of Mexico. mSphere 1(2). doi: 10.1128/mSphere.00028-16 Supplementary Information.

Schloss, Patrick, Rene Girard, Thomas Martin, Joshua Edwards, and J. Cameron Thrash. (2016) The status of the archaeal and bacterial census: an update. mBio 7(3):e00201-16

Lanclos, V. Celeste, Michael W. Henson, David M. Pitre, and J. Cameron Thrash. (2016) Draft Genome Sequence of strain LSUCC0135, an early diverging member of the Methylophilales in the BetaproteobacteriaGenome Announcements. 4(6):e01231-16

Sun, Jing, Jonathan D. Todd, J. Cameron Thrash, Yanping Qian, Michael C. Qian, Ben Temperton, Jiazhen Guo, Emily K. Fowler, Joshua T. Aldrich, Carrie D. Nicora, Mary S. Lipton, Richard D. Smith, Patrick De Leenheer, Samuel H. Payne, Andrew W. B. Johnston, Cleo Davie-Martin, and Stephen J. Giovannoni. (2016) The abundant marine bacterium Pelagibacter simultaneously catabolizes dimethylsulfoniopropionate to the gases dimethyl sulfide and methanethiolNature Microbiology. doi: 10.1038/NMICROBIOL.2016.65

Hogle, Shane L., J. Cameron Thrash, Chris L. Dupont, and Katherine A. Barbeau. (2016) Trace metal acquisition by heterotrophic bacterioplankton with contrasting trophic strategies. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 82(5): 1613-1624.

Learman, Deric R., Michael W. Henson, J. Cameron Thrash, Ben Temperton, Pamela M. Brannock, Scott R. Santos, Andrew R. Mahon, and Kenneth M. Halanych. (2016)
 Biogeochemical and microbial variation across 5500 km of Antarctic surface sediment implicates organic matter as a driver of benthic community structure. Frontiers in Microbiology 7:284. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2016.00284

2015

Thrash, J. Cameron, Jessica Lee Weckhorst and David M. Pitre. (2015) Cultivating Fastidious Microbes. In Hydrocarbon and Lipid Microbiology Protocols, vol. 4 (Cultivation). Edited by Terry J. McGenity, Kenneth N. Timmis and Balbina Nogales. In Press.

Carini, Paul, Benjamin A. S. Van Mooy, J. Cameron Thrash, Angelicque E. White, Yanlin Zhao, Emily O. Campbell, Helen Fredericks, and Stephen J. Giovannoni. (2015). SAR11 lipid renovation in response to phosphorous starvation. PNAS. 112(25): 7677-7772

Gilles, Lauren E., J. Cameron Thrash, Sergio deRada, Nancy N. Rabalais, and Olivia U. Mason. (2015) Archaeal enrichment in the hypoxic zone in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Environmental Microbiology 17(10): 3847-3856

2014

Thrash, J. Cameron, Ben Temperton, Brandon K. Swan, Zachary C. Landry, Tanja Woyke, Edward F. DeLong, Ramunas Stepanauskas, and Stephen J. Giovannoni. (2014) Single-cell enabled comparative genomics of a deep ocean SAR11 bathytype. The ISME Journal 8(7): 1440-1451

Giovannoni, Stephen J., J. Cameron Thrash, and Ben Temperton. (2014) Implications of streamlining theory for microbial ecology. The ISME Journal 8(8): 1553-1565.

Carini, Paul, Emily O. Campbell, Jeff Morré, Sergio Sañudo-Wilhelmy, J. Cameron Thrash, Samuel Bennett, Ben Temperton, Tadhg Begley, and Stephen J. Giovannoni. (2014) Discovery of a SAR11 growth requirement for thiamin’s pyrimidine precursor and its distribution in the Sargasso Sea. The ISME Journal 8(8): 1727-1738

2013

Ferla, Matteo P., J. Cameron Thrash, Stephen J. Giovannoni, and Wayne M. Patrick. (2013) New rRNA Gene-Based Phylogenies of the Alphaproteobacteria Provide Perspective on Major Groups, Mitochondrial Ancestry and Phylogenetic Instability. PLOS ONE 8(12): e83383. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0083383

Smith, Daniel P., J. Cameron Thrash, Carrie D. Nicora, Mary S. Lipton, Kristin E. Burnum, Paul Carini, Richard D. Smith, and Stephen J. Giovannoni. (2013) Proteomic and transcriptomic analysis of “Candidatus Pelagibacter ubique” describes the first PII-independent response to nitrogen limitation in a free-living alphaproteobacteriummBio 4(6):e00133-12. doi:10.1128/mBio.00133-12

Vergin, Kevin L.*, Bánk Beszteri*, Adam Monier, J. Cameron Thrash, Ben Temperton, Alexander H. Treusch, Fabian Kilpert, Alexandra Z. Worden, and Stephen J. Giovannoni. (2013) High resolution SAR11 ecotype dynamics at the Bermuda Atlantic Time-series Study Site by phylogenetic placement of pyrosequencesThe ISME Journal 7(7): 1322-1332

Zhao, Yanlin*, Ben Temperton*, J. Cameron Thrash, Michael S. Schwalbach, Kevin L. Vergin, Zachary C. Landry, Mark Ellisman, Tom Deerinck, Matthew B. Sullivan, and Stephen J. Giovannoni. (2013) Abundant SAR11 viruses in the ocean. Nature 494(7437): 357-360

2012

Grote, Jana*, J. Cameron Thrash*, Megan J. Huggett, Zachary C. Landry, Paul Carini, Stephen J. Giovannoni, and Michael S. Rappé. (2012) Streamlining and Core Genome Conservation among Highly Divergent Members of the SAR11 ClademBio 3(5): e00252-12

2011

Thrash, J. Cameron, Alex Boyd, Megan J. Huggett, Jana Grote, Paul Carini, Ryan J. Yoder, Barbara Robbertse, Joseph W. Spatafora, Michael S. Rappé, and Stephen J. Giovannoni. (2011) Phylogenomic evidence for a common ancestor of mitochondria and the SAR11 cladeScientific Reports 1(13); DOI:10.1038/srep00013

Sun, Jing, Laura Steindler, J. Cameron Thrash, Kimberly H. Halsey, Daniel P. Smith, Amy E. Carter, Zachary C. Landry, and Stephen J. Giovannoni. (2011) One Carbon Metabolism in SAR11 Pelagic Marine BacteriaPLOS ONE 6(8): e23973

Dreher, Theo W., Nathan Brown, Connie S. Bozarth, Andrew D. Schwartz, Erin Riscoe, Cameron Thrash, Samuel E. Bennett, Shin-Cheng Tzeng, and Claudia S. Maier. (2011) A freshwater cyanophage whose genome indicates close relationships to photosynthetic marine cyanomyophagesEnvironmental Microbiology 13(7): 1858-1874

Wrighton, Kelly C., J. Cameron Thrash, Ryan A. Melnyk, J. P. Bigi, Katherine G. Byrne-Bailey, J. P. Remis, Denise Schichnes, M. Auer, C. J. Chang, and John D. Coates. (2011) Evidence for direct electron transfer by a Gram-positive bacterium isolated from a microbial fuel cellApplied and Environmental Microbiology 77(21): 7633-7639

Weber, Karrie A., J. Cameron Thrash, J. Ian Van Trump, Laurie A. Achenbach, and John D. Coates. (2011) Environmental and Taxonomic Bacterial Diversity of Anaerobic Uranium(IV) Bio-OxidationApplied and Environmental Microbiology 77(13): 4693-4696

Van Trump, J. Ian, Kelly C. Wrighton, J. Cameron Thrash, Karrie A. Weber, Gary L. Andersen, and John D. Coates. (2011) Humic acid-oxidizing, nitrate-reducing bacteria in agricultural soilsmBio 2(4); DOI: 10.1128/mBio.00044-11

Thrash, J. Cameron, Sarir Ahmadi, and John D. Coates. (2011) Anaerobic respiratory iron(II) oxidation. In Microbial Metal and Metalloid Metabolism: Advances and Applications. Edited by John F. Stolz and Ronald S. Oremland

See a review of this title by Jeffrey Gralnick for Microbe magazine.

Thrash, J. Cameron and John D. Coates. (2011) Phylum XVII. Acidobacteria phy. nov. In Bergey’s Manual of Systematic Bacteriology, 2nd edn, vol. 4 (The Bacteroidetes, Planctomycetes, Chlamydiae, Spirochaetes, Fibrobacteres, Fusobacteria, Acidobacteria, Verrucomicrobia, Dictyoglomi and Gemmatimonadetes). Edited by Noel R. Krieg, James T. Staley, Brian Hedlund, Bruce J. Paster, Naomi Ward, Wolfgang Ludwig, and William B. Whitman.

Thrash, J. Cameron*, Jang-Cheon Cho*, Anthony D. Bertagnolli, Steve Ferriera, Justin Johnson, Kevin L. Vergin, and Stephen J. Giovannoni. (2011) Genome sequence of the marine Janibacter sp. strain HTCC2649Journal of Bacteriology 193(2): 584-585

2010

Thrash, J. Cameron, Sarir Ahmadi, Tamas Torok, and John D. Coates. (2010) Characterization of Magnetospirillum bellicus sp. nov., a novel dissimilatory perchlorate-reducing bacterium in the Alphaproteobacteria isolated from a bioelectrical reactorApplied and Environmental Microbiology 76(14): 4730-4737

Thrash, J. Cameron, Jarrod Pollock, Tamas Torok, and John D. Coates. (2010) Description of the novel perchlorate-reducing bacteria Dechlorobacter hydrogenophilus gen. nov., sp. nov., and Propionivibrio militaris, sp. novApplied Microbiology and Biotechnology 86(1): 335-343

Thrash, J. Cameron*, Jang-Cheon Cho*, Steve Ferriera, Justin Johnson, Kevin L. Vergin, and Stephen J. Giovannoni. (2010) Genome sequences of Pelagibaca bermudensis HTCC2601T and Maritimibacter alkaliphilus HTCC2654T, the type strains of two marine Roseobacter generaJournal of Bacteriology 192(20): 5552-5553

Thrash, J. Cameron*, Jang-Cheon Cho*, Steve Ferriera, Justin Johnson, Kevin L. Vergin, and Stephen J. Giovannoni. (2010) Genome sequences of strains HTCC2148 and HTCC2080 belonging to the OM60/NOR5 clade of the Gammaproteobacteria. Journal of Bacteriology 192(14): 3842-3843

Thrash, J. Cameron, Ulrich Stingl, Jang-Cheon Cho, Steve Ferriera, Justin Johnson, Kevin L. Vergin, and Stephen J. Giovannoni. (2010) Genome sequence of the novel marine Gammaproteobacterium strain HTCC5015. Journal of Bacteriology 192(14): 3838-3839

Thrash, J. Cameron*, Jang-Cheon Cho*, Kevin L. Vergin, and Stephen J. Giovannoni. (2010) Genome sequences of Oceanicola granulosus HTCC2516T and O. batsensis HTCC2597TJournal of Bacteriology 192(13): 3549-3550

Thrash, J. Cameron*, Jang-Cheon Cho*, Kevin L. Vergin, Robert M. Morris, and Stephen J. Giovannoni. (2010) Genome Sequence of Lentisphaera araneosa HTCC2155T, the type species of the order Lentisphaerales in the phylum LentisphaeraeJournal of Bacteriology 192(11): 2938-2939

Melchior, Benoit, Angie E. Garcia, Bor-Kai Hsiung, Katherine M. Lo, Jonathan M. Doose, J. Cameron Thrash, Anna Stalder, Matthias Staufenbiel, Harald Neumann, and Monica J. Carson. (2010) Dual Induction of TREM2 and Tolerance related transcript, Tmem176b in amyloid transgenic mice: implications for vaccine-based therapies for Alzheimer’s diseaseASN NEURO 2(3): 157-170

2009

Weber, Karrie A., David B. Hedrick, Aaron D. Peacock, J. Cameron Thrash, David C. White, Laurie A. Achenbach, and John D. Coates. (2009) Physiological and taxonomic description of the novel autotrophic, metal oxidizing bacterium, Pseudogulbenkiania sp. strain 2002Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 83(3): 555-565

Thrash, J. Cameron, Bruce E. Torbett, and Monica J. Carson. (2009) Developmental Regulation of TREM2 and DAP12 Expression in the Murine CNS: Implications for Nasu-Hakola DiseaseNeurochemical Research 34(1): 38-45

2008

Thrash, J. Cameron and John D. Coates. (2008) Review: Direct and Indirect Electrical Stimulation of Microbial MetabolismEnvironmental Science and Technology 42(11): 3921-3931

2007

Thrash, J. Cameron, J. Ian Van Trump, Karrie A. Weber, Elisabeth Miller, Laurie A. Achenbach, and John D. Coates. (2007) Electrochemical Stimulation of Microbial Perchlorate ReductionEnvironmental Science and Technology 41(5): 1740-1746

Papenfuss, Tracey L., J. Cameron Thrash, Patricia E. Danielson, Pamela E. Foye, Brian S. Hillbrush, Gregor J. Sutcliffe, Caroline C. Whitacre, and Monica J. Carson. (2007) Induction of Golli-MBP Expression in CNS Macrophages During Acute LPS-Induced CNS Inflammation and Experimental Autoimmune Encephalomyelitis (EAE)TheScientificWorldJOURNAL 7(S2): 112-120

Plant, Sheila R., Heather A. Iocca, Ying Wang, J. Cameron Thrash, Brian P. O’Connor, Heather A. Arnett, Yang-Xin Fu, Monica J. Carson, and Jenny P.-Y. Ting. (2007) Lymphotoxin beta receptor (Lt betaR): dual roles in demyelination and remyelination and successful theraputic intervention using Lt betaR-Ig proteinJournal of Neuroscience 27(28): 7429-37

2006

Carson, Monica J., J. Cameron Thrash, and Barbara Walter. (2006) The cellular response in neuroinflammation: The role of leukocytes, microglia and astrocytes in neuronal death and survivalClinical Neuroscience Research 6(5): 237-245

Plant, Sheila R., Ying Wang, Sophie Vasseur, J. Cameron Thrash, Eileen J. McMahon, Daniel T. Bergstralh, Heather A. Arnett, Steven D. Miller, Monica J. Carson, Juan L. Iovanna, and Jenny P.-Y. Ting. (2006) Upregulation of the stress-associated gene p8 in mouse models of demyelination and in multiple sclerosis tissues. Glia 53(5): 529-37

2004

Carson, Monica J., J. Cameron Thrash, and David Lo. (2004) Analysis of microglial gene expression: identifying targets for CNS neurodegenerative and autoimmune diseaseAmerican Journal of Pharmacogenomics 4(5): 321-30

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