Reyes,C., Poulin, A., Nyström, G., Schwarze, F.W.R.M., Ribera, J. 2021. Enzyme activities of five white rot fungi in the presence of nanocellulose. Journal of Fungi. 7(3), 222, http://doi.org/10.3390/jof7030222

 

Tran-Ly., Reyes, C., FWMR, Schwarze., J. Ribera. 2020. Microbial production of melanin and its various applications. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology. 36, 170.

 

Reyes, C., Hodgskiss, L.H., Kerou, M., Pribasnig, T., Abby, S.S., Bayer, B., Kraemer, S.M. Schleper, C. Genome wide transcriptomic analysis of the soil ammonia oxidizing archaeon Nitrososphaera viennensis upon exposure to copper limitation. The ISME Journal. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41396-020-0715-2

 

Reyes, C., Hodgskiss, L.H., Baars, O., Kerou, M., Bayer, B., Schleper, C., Kraemer, S.M. Copper limiting threshold in the terrestrial ammonia oxidizing archaeon Nitrososphaera viennensis. 2020. Research in Microbiology. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.resmic.2020.01.003

 

Reyes, C., Meister, P. Chapter 6: The role of microorganisms in iron cycling in shallow marine sediments. In: Systems Biogeochemistry of Major Marine Biomes. Mazumdar, A. and Ghosh, W. (eds). American Geophysical Union Series, John Wiley & Sons. (Accepted, 2020).

 

Meister, P., Reyes, C. 2019. The carbon-isotope record of the sub-seafloor biosphere. Geosciences.9:507: doi:10.3390/geosciences9120507

 

Bayer, B., Vojvoda, J., Reinthaler, T., Reyes, C., Pinto, M., Herndl, G.J. 2019. Nitrosospumilus adriaticus sp. nov. and Nitrosopumilus piranensis sp. nov., two ammonia-oxidizing archaea from the Adriatic Sea and members of the class Nitrososphaeria. IJSEM. doi: 10.1099/ijsem.0.003360

 

Reyes, C., Schneider D, Lipka M, Thürmer A, Böttcher ME, Friedrich MW. 2017. Nitrogen metabolism genes from temperate marine sediments. Marine Biotechnology. DOI: 10.1007/s10126-017-9741-0

 

Reyes, C., Schneider D, Thürmer A, Kulkarni A, Lipka M, Sztejrenszus SY, Böttcher ME, Daniel R, Friedrich MW. 2017. Potentially active iron, sulfur and sulfate reducing bacteria in Skagerrak and Bothnian Bay sediments. Geomicrobiology Journal http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01490451.2017.1281360

 

Reyes, C., Noriega-Ortega, B.E. 2016. Report: Microbial diversity of Baltic Sea and North Sea sediments based on pyrosequencing results. FigShare. doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.3171442

 

Reyes, C., Dellwig, O., Noriega-Ortega, B.E., Dähnke, K., Gehre, M., Böttcher, M.E., Meister, P., Friedrich, M.W. 2016. Bacterial communities potentially involved in iron-cycling in Baltic Sea and North Sea sediments revealed by pyrosequencing. FEMS Microbiol. Ecol. DOI 10.1093/femsec/fiw054

 

Reyes, C., Qian, F., Zhang, A., Bondarev, S., Welch, A., Thelen, M.P., Saltikov, C.W. 2012.  Characterization of axial and proximal histidine mutations of the decaheme cytochrome MtrA from Shewanella sp. str. ANA-3: Implications for the electron transport mechanism. Journal of Bacteriology. 194:5840-47.

 

Meister, P., Reyes, C., Beaumont, W., Rincon, M., Collins, L., Berelson, W., Stott, L., Corsetti, F., Nealson, K.H. 2011. Calcium and magnesium-limited dolomite precipitation at Deep Springs Lake, California. Sedimentology. 58: 1810-1830.

 

Reyes, C., Murphy, J. and Saltikov, C.W. 2010. Mutational and gene expression analysis of mtrDEF, omcA and mtrCAB of Shewanella sp. ANA-3 determined during arsenic and iron reduction. Environmental Microbiology. 12: 1878-1888.

 

Turfano, K., Reyes,C, Saltikov, C.W. and Fendorf, S. 2008. Reductive processes controlling arsenic retention: revealing the relative importance of iron and arsenic retention. Environmental Science and Technology. 42: 8283-8289.

 

Reyes,C., Llyod, J.R. and Saltikov, C.W. September 2008. Geomicrobiology of iron and arsenic in anoxic sediments. In: … (eds.): Arsenic Contamination of Groundwater: Mechanisms, Analysis, and Remediation. John Wiley and Sons, Inc., p. 123-146.

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Hi! My name is Carolina Reyes and I am a microbiologist. My primary research focus is to decipher how microbial metabolic pathways mediate redox transformations and metal uptake using cultivation-dependent and independent-methods. Deciphering how microorganisms transform and interact with their surrounding environment is crucial for understanding how they decompose and recycle material in the environment and what their wider ecological impact is.

 

 

 

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