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  • Hattenrath-Lehmann TK, Smith JL, Wallace RB, Merlo LR, Koch F, Mittelsdorf H, Goleski JA, Anderson DM, Gobler CJ. 2015. The effects of elevated CO2 on the growth and toxicity of field populations and cultures of the saxitoxin-producing dinoflagellate, Alexandrium fundyense. Limnol Oceanogr 60(1):198-214.
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  • Jones GD, Williams EP, Place AR, Jagus R, Bachvaroff TR. 2015. The alveolate translation initiation factor 4E family reveals a custom toolkit for translational control in core dinoflagellates. BMC Evol Biol 15:14.
  • Li Y, He R, Chen K, McGillicuddy DJ Jr. 2015. Variational data assimilative modeling of the Gulf of Maine circulation in spring and summer 2010. J Geophys Res Oceans 120(5):3522-3541.
  • Millow CJ, Mackintosh SA, Lewison RL, Dodder NG, Hoh E. 2015. Identifying bioaccumulative halogenated organic compounds using a nontargeted analytical approach: seabirds as sentinels. PLoS One 10(5):e0127205.
  • Moore SK, Bill BD, Hay LR, Emenegger J, Eldred KC, Greengrove CL, Masura JE, Anderson DM. 2015. Factors regulating excystment of Alexandrium in Puget Sound, WA, USA. Harmful Algae 43:103-110.
  • O'Neill EC, Trick M, Hill L, Rejzek M, Dusi RG, Hamilton CJ, Zimba PV, Henrissat B, Field RA. 2015. The transcriptome of Euglena gracilis reveals unexpected metabolic capabilities for carbohydrate and natural product biochemistry. Mol Biosyst 11(10):2808-2820.
  • Petitpas CM, Turner JT, Keafer BA, McGillicuddy DJ Jr, Anderson DM. 2015. Zooplankton community grazing impact on a toxic bloom of Alexandrium fundyense in the Nauset Marsh System, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA. Harmful Algae 47:42-55.
  • Petitpas CM, Turner JT, Keafer BA, McGillicuddy DJ Jr, Anderson DM. 2015. Zooplankton community grazing impact on a toxic bloom of Alexandrium fundyense in the Nauset Marsh System, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA. Harmful Algae 47:42-55.
  • Ralston DK, Brosnahan ML, Fox SE, Lee K, Anderson DM. 2015. Temperature and residence time controls on an estuarine harmful algal bloom: modeling hydrodynamics and Alexandrium fundyense in Nauset estuary. Estuaries Coast 38(6):2240-2258.
  • Ross AC, Gulland LE, Dorrestein PC, Moore BS. 2015. Targeted capture and heterologous expression of the Pseudoalteromonas alterochromide gene cluster in Escherichia coli represents a promising natural product exploratory platform. ACS Synth Biol 4(4):414-420.
  • Shaul NJ, Dodder NG, Aluwihare LI, Mackintosh SA, Maruya KA, Chivers SJ, Danil K, Weller DW, Hoh E. 2015. Nontargeted biomonitoring of halogenated organic compounds in two ecotypes of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) from the Southern California Bight.6. Environ Sci Technol 49(3):1328-1338
  • Shipp LE, Hill RZ, Moy GW, Gokirmak T, Hamdoun A. 2015. ABCC5 is required for cAMP-mediated hindgut invagination in sea urchin embryos. Development 142(20):3537-3548.
  • Stegeman JJ, Behrendt L, Woodin BR, Kubota A, Lemaire B, Pompon D, Goldstone JV, Urban P. 2015. Functional characterization of zebrafish cytochrome P450 1 family proteins expressed in yeast. Biochim Biophys Acta 1850(11):2340-2352.
  • Szewczyk P, Tao H, McGrath AP, Villaluz M, Rees SD, Lee SC, Doshi R, Urbatsch IL, Zhang Q, Chang G. 2015. Snapshots of ligand entry, malleable binding and induced helical movement in P-glycoprotein. Acta Crystallogr D Biol Crystallogr 71(Pt 3):732-741.
  • Tong MM, Smith JL, Richlen M, Steidinger KA, Kulis DM, Fux E, Anderson DM. 2015. Characterization and comparison of toxin-producing isolates of Dinophysis acuminata from New England and Canada. J Phycol 51(1):66-81.
  • Villacorte LO, Tabatabai SAA, Anderson DM, Amy GL, Schippers JC, Kennedy MD. 2015. Seawater reverse osmosis desalination and (harmful) algal blooms. Desalination 360:61-80.
  • Waters AL, Oh J, Place AR, Hamann MT. 2015. Stereochemical studies of the Karlotoxin class using NMR spectroscopy and DP4 chemical-shift analysis: insights into their mechanism of action. Angew Chem Int Ed Engl 54(52):15705-15710.
  • Wells ML, Trainer VL, Smayda TJ, Karlson BS, Trick CG, Kudela RM, Ishikawa A, Bernard S, Wulff A, Anderson DM, Cochlan WP. 2015. Harmful algal blooms and climate change: learning from the past and present to forecast the future. Harmful Algae 49:68-93.


  • Agarwal V, El Gamal AA, Yamanaka K, Poth D, Kersten RD, Schorn M, Allen EE, Moore BS. 2014. Biosynthesis of polybrominated aromatic organic compounds by marine bacteria. Nat Chem Biol 10(8):640-647.
  • Agarwal V, Moore BS. 2014. Enzymatic synthesis of polybrominated dioxins from the marine environment. ACS Chem Biol 9(9):1980-1984.
  • Anderson DM, Couture DA, Kleindinst JL, Keafer BA, McGillicuddy DJ, Jr., Martin JL, Richlen ML, Hickey JM, Solow AR. 2014. Understanding interannual, decadal level variability in paralytic shellfish poisoning toxicity in the Gulf of Maine: the HAB index. Deep Sea Res Part 2 Top Stud Oceanogr 103:264-276.
  • Anderson DM, Keafer BA, Kleindinst JL, McGillicuddy DJ, Jr., Martin JL, Norton K, Pilskaln CH, Smith JL, Sherwood CR, Butman B. 2014. Alexandrium fundyense cysts in the Gulf of Maine: long-term time series of abundance and distribution, and linkages to past and future blooms. Deep Sea Res Part 2 Top Stud Oceanogr 103:6-26.
  • Brosnahan ML, Farzan S, Keafer BA, Sosik HM, Olson RJ, Anderson DM. 2014. Complexities of bloom dynamics in the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium fundyense revealed through DNA measurements by imaging flow cytometry coupled with species-specific rRNA probes. Deep Sea Res Part 2 Top Stud Oceanogr 103:185-198.
  • Butman B, Aretxabaleta AL, Dickhudt PJ, Dalyander PS, Sherwood CR, Anderson DM, Keafer BA, Signell RP. 2014. Investigating the importance of sediment resuspension in Alexandrium fundyense cyst population dynamics in the Gulf of Maine. Deep Sea Res Part 2 Top Stud Oceanogr 103:79-95.
  • Deeds JR, Petitpas CM, Shue V, White KD, Keafer BA, McGillicuddy DJ, Jr., Milligan PJ, Anderson DM, Turner JT. 2014. PSP toxin levels and plankton community composition and abundance in size-fractionated vertical profiles during spring/summer blooms of the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium fundyense in the Gulf of Maine and on Georges Bank, 2007, 2008, and 2010: 1. toxin levels. Deep Sea Res Part 2 Top Stud Oceanogr 103:329-349.
  • Fernandes LF, Hubbard KA, Richlen ML, Smith J, Bates SS, Ehrman J, Leger C, Mafra LL, Jr., Kulis D, Quilliam M, Libera K, McCauley L, Anderson DM. 2014. Diversity and toxicity of the diatom Peragallo in the Gulf of Maine, Northwestern Atlantic Ocean. Deep Sea Res Part 2 Top Stud Oceanogr 103:139-162.
  • Fernandes LF, Hubbard KA, Richlen ML, Smith J, Bates SS, Ehrman J, Leger C, Mafra LL, Kulis D, Quilliam M, Libera K, McCauley L, Anderson DM. 2014. Diversity and toxicity of the diatom Pseudo-nitzschia Peragallo in the Gulf of Maine, Northwestern Atlantic Ocean. Deep Sea Res Part 2 Top Stud Oceanogr 103:139-162.
  • Halliday E, McLellan SL, Amaral-Zettler LA, Sogin ML, Gast RJ. 2014. Comparison of bacterial communities in sands and water at beaches with bacterial water quality violations. PLoS One 9(3):e90815.
  • Hernandez RJ, Hernandez Y, Jimenez NH, Piggot AM, Klaus JS, Feng Z, Reniers A, Solo-Gabriele HM. 2014. Effects of full-scale beach renovation on fecal indicator levels in shoreline sand and water. Water Res 48:579-591.
  • Hitchcock GL, Kirkpatrick G, Lane PVZ, Langdon C. 2014. Comparative diel oxygen cycles preceding and during a Karenia bloom in Sarasota Bay, Florida, USA. Harmful Algae 38:95-100.
  • Hubbard KA, Olson CE, Armbrust EV. 2014. Molecular characterization of Pseudo-nitzschia community structure and species ecology in a hydrographically complex estuarine system (Puget Sound, Washington, USA). Mar Ecol Prog Ser 507:39-55.
  • Ishikawa A, Hattori M, Ishii KI, Kulis DM, Anderson DM, Imai I. 2014. In situ dynamics of cyst and vegetative cell populations of the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium catenella in Ago Bay, central Japan. J Plankton Res 36(5):1333-1343.
  • John U, Litaker RW, Montresor M, Murray S, Brosnahan ML, Anderson DM. 2014. Formal revision of the Alexandrium tamarense species complex (Dinophyceae) taxonomy: the introduction of five species with emphasis on molecular-based (rDNA) classification. Protist 165(6):779-804.
  • John U, Litaker W, Montresor M, Murray S, Brosnahan ML, Anderson DM. 2014. (2302) Proposal to reject the name Gonyaulax catenella (Alexandrium catenella) (Dinophyceae). Taxon 63(4):932-933.
  • Kleindinst JL, Anderson DM, McGillicuddy DJ, Jr., Stumpf RP, Fisher KM, Couture DA, Hickey JM, Nash C. 2014. Categorizing the severity of paralytic shellfish poisoning outbreaks in the Gulf of Maine for forecasting and management. Deep Sea Res Part 2 Top Stud Oceanogr 103:277-287.
  • Koch F, Kang Y, Villareal TA, Anderson DM, Gobler CJ. 2014. A novel immunofluorescence flow cytometry technique detects the expansion of brown tides caused by Aureoumbra lagunensis to the Caribbean Sea. Appl Environ Microbiol 80(16):4947-4957.
  • Luo CS, Liang JR, Lin Q, Li C, Bowler C, Anderson DM, Wang P, Wang XW, Gao YH. 2014. Cellular responses associated with ROS production and cell fate decision in early stress response to iron limitation in the diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana. J Proteome Res 13(12):5510-5523.
  • McGillicuddy DJ, Jr., Brosnahan ML, Couture DA, He R, Keafer BA, Manning JP, Martin JL, Pilskaln CH, Townsend DW, Anderson DM. 2014. A red tide of Alexandrium fundyense in the Gulf of Maine. Deep Sea Res Part 2 Top Stud Oceanogr 103:174-184.
  • McGillicuddy DJ, Jr., Townsend DW, Keafer BA, Thomas MA, Anderson DM. 2014. Georges Bank: a leaky incubator of blooms. Deep Sea Res Part 2 Top Stud Oceanogr 103:163-173.
  • Phillips MC, Feng Z, Vogel LJ, Reniers AJ, Haus BK, Enns AA, Zhang Y, Hernandez DB, Solo-Gabriele HM. 2014. Microbial release from seeded beach sediments during wave conditions. Mar Pollut Bull 79(1-2):114-122.
  • Pilskaln CH, Anderson DM, McGillicuddy DJ, Keafer BA, Hayashi K, Norton K. 2014. Spatial and temporal variability of Alexandrium cyst fluxes in the Gulf of Maine: relationship to seasonal particle export and resuspension. Deep Sea Res Part 2 Top Stud Oceanogr 103:40-54.
  • Pilskaln CH, Hayashi K, Keafer BA, Anderson DM, McGillicuddy DJ, Jr. 2014. Benthic nepheloid layers in the Gulf of Maine and Alexandrium cyst inventories. Deep Sea Res Part 2 Top Stud Oceanogr 103:55-65.
  • Port JA, Cullen AC, Wallace JC, Smith MN, Faustman EM. 2014. Metagenomic frameworks for monitoring antibiotic resistance in aquatic environments. Environ Health Perspect 122(3):222-228.
  • Ralston DK, Keafer BA, Brosnahan ML, Anderson DM. 2014. Temperature dependence of an estuarine harmful algal bloom: resolving interannual variability in bloom dynamics using a degree day approach. Limnol Oceanogr 59(4):1112-1126.
  • Schmidt VT, Reveillaud J, Zettler E, Mincer TJ, Murphy L, Amaral-Zettler LA. 2014. Oligotyping reveals community level habitat selection within the genus Vibrio. Front Microbiol 5:563.
  • Vahtera E, Crespo BG, McGillicuddy DJ, Jr., Olli K, Anderson DM. 2014. Alexandrium fundyense cyst viability and germling survival in light vs. dark at a constant low temperature. Deep Sea Res Part 2 Top Stud Oceanogr 103:112-119.
  • Whitman R, Harwood VJ, Edge TA, Nevers M, Byappanahalli M, Vijayavel K, Brandao J, Sadowsky MJ, Alm EW, Crowe A, Ferguson D, Ge Z, Halliday E, Kinzelman J, Kleinheinz G, Przybyla-Kelly K, Staley C, Staley Z, Solo-Gabriele HM. 2014. Microbes in beach sands: integrating environment, ecology and public health. Rev Enviro Sci Biotechnol 13(3):329-368.
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