Recent Publications (*, peer-reviewed;**, prestige and recognition; W, co-authored with student' D, co-authored with postdoc)

  1. (*) Liu, W.T., T. Mino, K. Nakamura, and T. Matsuo, 1994. Role of glycogen in acetate uptake and polyhydroxyalkanoate synthesis in anaerobic-aerobic activated sludge with a minimized polyphosphate content. J. Ferm. Biotechnol., 77(5):535-540.
  2. Mino, T., W.T. Liu, F. Kurisu, and T. Matsuo, 1994. Modelling glycogen storage and denitrification capability of microorganisms in enhanced biological phosphate removal processes. Wat. Sci. Technol. 31(2), 25-34.
  3. (*) Liu, W.T., T. Mino, T. Matsuo, and K. Nakamura, 1996. Biological phosphorus removal processesñeffect of pH on anaerobic substrate metabolism. Wat. Sci. Tech. 17, 127-138.
  4. (*) Liu, W.T., T. Mino, K. Nakamura, and T. Matsuo, 1996. Glycogen accumulating population and its anaerobic substrate uptake in anaerobic-¨aerobic activated sludge without biological phosphorus removal. Wat. Res. 30:75-82.
  5. Mino, T., H. Satoh, W.T. Liu, and T. Matsuo, 1996. Possible metabolisms of polyphosphate accumulating organisms (PAOs) and glycogen accumulating non-polyP organisms (GAOs) in the enhanced biological phosphate removal process. Biotechnology Conference, Bruges, p. 1769-1776.
  6. (*)(!) Liu, W.T., T. L. Marsh, H. Cheng, and L. J. Forney, 1997. Characterization of microbial diversity by determining terminal restriction fragment length polymorphisms of 16S ribosomal DNA. Applied Environ. Microbiol. 63: 4516-4522.
  7. (*)(S)(!) Liu, W.T., K. Nakamura, T. Matsuo, and T. Mino, 1997. Internal energy¨-based competition between polyphosphate- and glycogen-accumulating bacteria in biological phosphorus removal reactorñeffect of the P/C feeding ratio. Water Res. 31:1430-1438.
  8. (*) Liu, W.T., T. L. Marsh, and L. J. Forney, 1998. Determination of the microbial diversity of anaerobic¨aerobic activated sludge by a novel molecular biological technique. Wat. Sci Tech. 37(3): 417-422.
  9. (*) Marsh, T. L., W.T. Liu, and L. J. Forney, 1998. Beginning a molecular analysis of the eucaryal community in activated sludge. Wat. Sci Tech. 37(4/5):455-460.
  10. (*) Smalla, K., U. Wachtendorf, H. Heuer, W.T. Liu, and L. J. Forney. 1998. Analysis of BIOLOG-GN substrate utilization patterns by microbial communities. Applied. Environ. Microbiol. 64, 1220-1225.
  11. (*) Shintani, T., W.T. Liu, S. Hanada, Y. Kamagata, S. Miyaoka, T. Suzuki, K. Nakamura. 2000. Micropruina glycogenica gen. nov., sp. nov., a new Gram-positive glycogen-accumulating bacterium isolated from activated sludge. Int. J. System. Evol. Microbiol. 50: 201-207.
  12. (*) Nielsen, A. T., W.T. Liu, C. Filipe, L. Grady, Jr., S. Molin, and D. A. Stahl. 1999. Identification of a novel group of bacteria in sludge from a deteriorated biological phosphorus removal process. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 65, 1251-1258.
  13. (*) Liu, W.T., T. Mino, T. Matsuo, and K. Nakamura. 2000. Isolation, characterization and identification of polyhydroxyalkanoate-accumulating bacteria from activated sludge. J. Bioscience & Bioeng. 90(5):494-500.
  14. (*)(W) You, S. J., C. F. Ouyang, S. F. Lin and W.T. Liu. 2000. Characterization of the microbial diversity in a biotreatment process using non¨culture based methods. Wat. Sci. & Tech. 42(3/4):143ñ148.
  15. (*) Liu, W.T., K. D. Linning, K. Nakamura, T. Mino, T. Matsuo and L. J. Forney. 2000. Microbial community changes in biological phosphate ¨removal systems on altering sludge phosphorus content. Microbiology. 146:1099-1107.
  16. (*)(!) Liu, W.T., A. Mirzabekov, and D. A. Stahl. 2001. Optimization of oligonucleotide microchip in microbial community structure studies by a non-equilibrium dissociation approach. Environ. Microbiology. 3, 619-629.
  17. (*)(W) Fang, H. H. P., O.C. Chan, and W.T. Liu. 2001. Study of microbial community of brewery-treating granular sludge by denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis of 16S rRNA gene. Wat. Sci. &. Tech. 43(1):77-82.
  18. (*)(W) Wu, J.H., W.T. Liu, I.C. Tseng, and S.S. Cheng. 2001. Characterization of 4-methylbenzoate degrading methanogenic consortium as determined by the small subunit rDNA sequence analysis. J. Bioscience & Bioeng. 91(5): 449-455.
  19. (*)(W)(!) Liu, W.T., A. T. Nielsen, J.H. Wu, C.S. Tsai, Y. Matsuo, and S. Molin. 2001. In situ Identification of Polyphosphate- and Polyhydroxyalkanoate-accumulating Traits for Microbial Populations in a Biological Phosphorous Removal Process. Environ. Microbiol. 3:110-122.
  20. (*)(W) Wu, J.H., W.T. Liu, I.C. Tseng, S.S. Cheng. 2001. Characterization of microbial consortia in a terephthalate-degrading anaerobic granular sludge system. Microbiology. 147:373-382.
  21. (*) Forney, L. J., W.T. Liu, J. B. Guckert, Y. Kumagai, E. Namkung, T. Nishihara, R. J. Larson. 2001. Structure of Microbial Communities in Activated Sludge: Potential Implications for Assessing the Biodegradability of Chemicals. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety, Vol. 49(1):40-53.
  22. (*)(D) Kong, Y.H., S. L. Ong, W. J. Ng, and W.T. Liu. 2002. Diversity of a deeply branched novel proteobacterial group found in anaerobic:oxic activated sludge processes. Environ Microbiol. 4: 754-758.
  23. (*) Liu, W.T., S. Hanada, T. L. Marsh, Y. Kamagata, and K. Nakamura. 2002. Kineosphaera limosa gen. nov. sp. nov., a new gram-positive polyhydroxyalkanoate-accumulating coccus, isolated from activated sludge. Int. J. System. Evol. Microbiol. 52: 1845-1849.
  24. (*) Tsai, C.S. and W.T. Liu. Phylogenetic and physiological diversity of tetrad-forming bacteria in deteriorated biological phosphorus removal systems. Wat Sci & Tech, 46(1/2) 179-184.
  25. (*)(W) Liu, W.T., O.C. Chan, and H. H. P. Fang. 2002. Microbial community dynamics during start up of anaerobic acidogenic reactors. Wat. Res., 36(13), 3202-3210.
  26. (*) Hanada, S., W.T. Liu, T. Shintani, Y. Kamagata and K. Nakamura. 2002. Tetrasphaera elongates sp. nov., a polyphosphate accumulating bacterium isolated from activated sludge, Int J Syst Evol Microbiol, 52, 883-887.
  27. (*)(W) Liu, W.T., O.C. Chan, and H. H. P. Fang. 2002. Characterization of microbial community in granular sludge treating brewery wastewater. Wat. Res., 36(7), 1767-1775.
  28. (*)(W) Liu, W.T., C.L. Huang, J.Y. Hu, L.F. Soon, S.L. Ong, and W.J. Ng. 2002. Denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis polymorphism for rapid 16S rDNA clone screening and microbial diversity estimation. J. Biosci. & Bioeng. 93, 101-103.
  29. (*)(W) Li, E. S.Y., and W.T. Liu. 2003. DNA microarray technology in microbial ecology studies ñ fundamental, applications and current limitations. Microbes and Environments. 18: 175-187.
  30. (*) Hu, JY, SL Ong, LF Song, YY Feng, W.T.Liu, TW Tan, LY Lee and WJ Ng. 2003. Removal of MS2 bacteriophage using membrane technologies. Water Sci & Tech, 47: 163-168.
  31. (*)(W) Chen, C L, W.T. Liu, M L Chong, M T Wong, S L Ong, H Seah and W J Ng. 2004. Community structure of microbial biofilms associated with membrane-based water purification processes as revealed using a polyphasic approach. Appl Microbiol and Biotech. 63: 466-473.
  32. (*)(W)(!) Wong, M. T., F. M. Tan, W. J. Ng, and W.T. Liu. 2004. Identification and occurrence of tetrad¨forming organisms from the Alphaproteobacteria in anaerobic:aerobic activated sludge processes. Microbiology, 150: 3741-3748.
  33. (*)(W) Chen, C.L., H. Macarie, I. Ramirez, A. Olmos, S. L. Ong, O. Monroy, and W.T. Liu. 2004. Microbial community structure in a thermophilic terephthalate¨degrading anaerobic hybrid reactor. Microbiology, 150: 3429-3440.
  34. (*) Sofia, A, WT. Liu, S L Ong, and W J Ng. 2004. In-situ characterization of microbial community in an A/O submerged membrane bioreactor with nitrogen removal. Water Sci Technol. 2004;50(8):41-8.
  35. (*)(W)(D) Zhu, L., Q. Zhang, H. H Feng, S. Ang, F. S. Chau, and W.-T. Liu. 2004. Filter-based microfluidic device as a platform for immunofluorescent assay of microbial cells. Lab. Chip, 4, 337-341.
  36. (*)(W)(D) Li, E. S.Y., J. K.K. Ng, J.H. Wu, and W.T. Liu. 2004. Evaluating single-base-pair discriminating capability of planar oligonucleotide microchips using a non-equilibrium dissociation approach. Environ Microbiol, 6, 1197-1202.
  37. (*)(D) Zhu, L., S. Ang, and W.-T. Liu. 2004. Quantum dots as a novel immunofluorescent detection system for Cryptosporidium parvum and Giardia lamblia. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. , 70:597-598.
  38. (*)(W) Liu, W.T., J.H. Wu, E. S.Y. Li, and E.S. Selamat. 2005. Emission characteristics of fluorescent labels with respect to temperature changes and subsequent effects on DNA microchip studies. Appl. Environ. Microbiol., 71: 6453-6457.
  39. (*)(W) Ng, J.K., and W.T. Liu. 2005. Lab-Array: real-time imaging and analytical tool for microarrays. Bioinformatics 21: 689-690.
  40. (*)(W) Wong, M.T., T. Mino, R. J. Seviour, M. Onuki and W.T. Liu. 2005. In-situ Identification and characterization of the microbial community structure of full-scale enhanced biological phosphorous removal plants in Japan. Water Res. 39(13):2901-2914.
  41. (*)(**)(D) Liu, W.T. and L. Zhu. 2005. Environmental microbiology-on-a-chip and its future impacts. Trends in Biotechnology. 23 (4), 174-179.
  42. (*)(W) Pang, C. M., P. Y. Hong, H. L. Guo, and W.T. Liu. 2005. Biofilm formation characteristics of bacterial isolates retrieved from a reverse osmosis membrane. Environ. Sci. & Technol. 39:7541-7550.
  43. (*)(W) Liu, W.T. Z. Liang, Q.-W. Qin, Q. Zhang, H. Feng, and S. Ang. 2005. Microfluidic device as a new platform for immunofluorescent detection of viruses. Lab. Chip., 2005, 5, 1327 -1330.
  44. (*)(W)(D) Zhang, Q, L. Zhu, H. H Feng, S. Ang, F. S. Chau, and W.T. Liu. 2006. Microbial detection in microfluidic devices through dual staining of quantum dots-labeled immunoassay and RNA hybridization. Analytica Chimica Acta., 556 (1): 171¨177.
  45. (*)(W) Jobbagy, A., B. Literathy, M.T. Wong, G. Tardy, and W.T. Liu. 2006. Proliferation of glycogen accumulating organisms induced by Fe (III) dosing in a domestic wastewater treatment plant. Wat. Sci.& Technol. 54(1):10-19.
  46. (*)(W) Wong, M.T. and W.T. Liu. 2006. Microbial succession of glycogen accumulating organisms in an anaerobic-aerobic membrane bioreactor with no phosphorus removal. Wat. Sci. & Technol. 54(1):29-37.
  47. (*) Starke, EML, JC Smoot, LM Smoot, W.T. Liu, DP Chandler, HH Lee and DA Stahl. 2006. Technology development to explore the relationship between oral health and the oral microbial community. BMC Oral Health 2006, 6 (Suppl 1):S10.
  48. (*)(**) Liu, W.T. 2006. Nanoparticles and Their Biological and Environmental Applications. J. Bioscience & Bioeng., 102(1): 17.
  49. (*)(W) Pang. C.M and W.T. Liu. 2006. Monitoring temporal effects of biological filtration on downstream biofilm formation and microbial community structure. Appl. Environ. Microbiol., 72(9): 5702-5712.
  50. (*)(W) Ng, J.K.K and W.T. Liu. 2006. Miniaturized platforms for the detection of single-nucleotide polymorphisms. Ana. & Bioanal. Chem. 386 (3): 427-434.
  51. (*)(W) Ng, J.K.K. H.H. Feng, and W.T. Liu. 2007. Rapid discrimination of single-nucleotide mismatches using a microfluidic device with monolayered beads. Analytica Chimica Acta.582:295-303.
  52. (*)(W) Liu, W.T., H.L Guo, and J.H. Wu. 2007. Effects of target length on the hybridization efficiency and specificity of ribosomal RNA-based oligonucleotide microarrays. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 73(1):73-82.
  53. (*)(D) Stark, EM, JC Smoot, JH Wu, W.T. Liu, D. Chandler and DA Stahl. 2007. Saliva-based diagnostics using 16S rRNA microarrays and microfluidics. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1098:345-61.
  54. (*)(W) Wong, MT and W.T. Liu. 2007. Ecophysiology of Defluviicoccus-related tetrad-forming organisms in an anaerobic-aerobic activated sludge process. Environ. Microbiol. 9 (6):1485-1496.
  55. (*) Liu, W.T. and C. Lay. 2007. Labñon-a-chip devices for microbial monitoring and detection in water. Water Science & Technology: Water Supply. 7(2):165ñ172.
  56. (*)(W) Pang, CM and W.T. Liu. 2007. Community structure analysis of reverse osmosis membrane biofilms and the significance of Rhizobiales bacteria in biofouling. Environ Sci & Technol. 41(13):4728-34.
  57. (*) Wu, JH and W.T. Liu. 2007. Quantitative multiplexing analysis of PCR amplified ribosomal RNA genes by hierarchical oligonucleotide primer extension reaction. Nucleic Acid Res. 35(11):e82 (doi:10.1093/nar/gkm413).
  58. (*)(D) Zhu, L., X.L. Peh, H.M. Ji, C.Y. Teo, H.H. Feng, W.T. Liu. 2007. Cell loss in integrated microfluidic device. Biomedical Microdevice, 9(5):745-50.
  59. (*)(**) Lau, S.C.K. and W.T. Liu. 2007. Recent advances in molecular techniques for the detection of phylogenetic markers and functional genes in microbial communities. FEMS Microbiology Letters, 275(2):183-90.
  60. (*)(W) Ng, J.K.K., E.S. Selamat, and W.T. Liu. 2008. A spatially addressable bead¨based biosensor for simple and rapid DNA detection. Biosens Bioelectron, 23(6):803-10.
  61. (*)(W) Chen, CL, JH Wu and W-T. Liu. 2008. Identification of important microbial populations in the mesophilic and thermophilic phenol¨degrading methanogenic consortia. Water Res. Water Res. 42(8-9):1963-76.
  62. (*)(W) Bjerketorp, J., A.T.Z. Ng, K. Hjort, M. Rosenquist, W.-T. Liu, and JK Jansson. 2008. Rapid lab-on-a-chip profiling of human gut bacteria. J. Microbiological Methods 72: 82ñ90.
  63. (*)(W)(D) Hong, PY, JH Wu and W.T. Liu. 2008. Relative abundance of Bacteroides spp. in stools and wastewaters as determined by hierarchical oligonucleotide primer extension (HOPE). Appl. Environ. Microbiol., 74(9):2882¨2893.
  64. (*)(D) Lay, C., C. Y. Teo, L. Zhu, X. L. Peh, H. M. Ji, B.R. Chew, R. Murthy, H. H. Feng, W.T. Liu. 2008. Enhanced microfiltration devices configured with hydrodynamic trapping and a rain drop bypass filtering architecture for microbial cells detection. Lab Chip, 8(5):830-3.
  65. (*)(W) Murthy, BR, JKK Ng, ES Selamat, N Balasubramanian, and WT Liu. 2008. Silicon nanopillar substrates for enhancing signal intensity in DNA microarrays. Biosens Bioelectron, 24(4):723¨8.
  66. (*) Narihiro, Y., T. Terada, A. Ohashi, J.H. Wu, W.T. Liu, N. Araki, Y. Kamagata, K. Nakamura, and Y. Sekiguchi. 2009. Quantitative detection of culturable methanogenic archaea abundance in anaerobic treatment systems using the sequence¨specific rRNA cleavage method. ISME J. 3(5):522-535.
  67. (*)(W) Hong, PY, JH Wu and WT Liu. 2009. A high-throughput and quantitative hierarchical oligonucleotide primer extension (HOPE)-based approach to identify sources of fecal contamination in water bodies. Environ Microbiol. 11:1672-.
  68. (*) Wu, QL and WT Liu. 2009. Determination of virus abundance, diversity and distribution in a municipal wastewater treatment plant. Wat Res, 43:1101-1109.
  69. (*)(W) Hong, PY, GC Yap, BW Lee, KY Chua and WT Liu. 2009. Hierarchical Oligonucleotide Primer Extension (HOPE) as a Rapid and High-throughput Alternative to FISH for the Quantitative Determination of Bifidobacterium spp. in Infant Feces. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 75(8):2573-2576.
  70. (*)(W) Wu, JH, PY Hong and WT Liu. 2009. Quantitative Effects of Position and Type of Single Mismatch on Single Base Primer Extension. J Microbiol Methods. 77(3):267-275.
  71. (*)(W) Huang CL, Chen CC, Lin CY, and Liu WT. 2009. Quantitative fluorescent in-situ hybridization: a hypothesized competition mode between two dominant bacteria groups in hydrogen-producing anaerobic sludge processes. Wat Sci & Tech, 59(10):1901-1909.
  72. (*)(W) Lim CT, Low HY, Ng JKK, Liu WT, and Zhang Y. 2009. Fabrication of three-dimensional hemispherical structures using photolithography. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, 7: 721-726.
  73. (*)(W)(D) Chen CL, Wu JH, Tseng IC, Liang TM, Liu WT. 2009. Characterization of Active Microbes in a Full-Scale Anaerobic Fluidized Bed Reactor Treating Phenolic Wastewater. Microbes and Environments, 24: 144-153.
  74. (*)(D) Wu QL, Xing P, Liu WT. 2010. East Tibetan Lakes harbour novel clusters of Picocyanobacteria as inferred from the 16S-23S rRNA internal transcribed spacer sequences. Microbial ecology 59 (3), 614-622
  75. (*)(W) Ng JKK, Wang W, Liu WT, et al. 2010. Spatially addressable bead-based biosensor for rapid detection of beta-thalassemia mutations. Analytica Chimica Acta, 658 (2): 193-196
  76. (*)(W) Hong PY, Lee BW, Aw M, Shek LP, Yap GC, Chua KY, and Liu WT. 2010. Comparative analysis of fecal microbiota in infants with and without eczema. PLoS One. 5(4):e9964.
  77. (*)(W)(D) Hong, P.Y., Hwang, C.C., Ling, F.Q., Andersen, G.L., LeChevallier, M.W., and Liu, W.T. 2010. Pyrosequencing analysis of bacterial biofilm communities in water meters of a drinking water distribution system. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 76: 5631-5635.
  78. (*)(D) Liu, Y.Q., Kong, Y.H., Zhang, R., Zhang, X., Wong, F.S., Tay, J.H., Zhu J.R., Jiang, W.J., and Liu, W.T. 2010. Microbial population dynamics of granular aerobic sequencing batch reactors during start-up and steady state periods. Water Science and Technology 62: 1281-1287.
  79. (*) Ivanova, N., Tringe, S.G., Liolios, K., Liu, W.T., Morrison, N., Hugenholtz, P., and Kyrpides, N.C. 2010. A call for standardized classification of metagenome projects. Environmental Microbiology 12: 1803-1805.
  80. (*)(W) Lykidis A, Chen CL, Tringe SG, McHardy AC, Copeland A, Kyrpides NC, Hugenholtz P, Macarie H, Olmos A, Monroy O, Liu WT. 2011. Multiple syntrophic interactions in a terephthalate-degrading methanogenic consortium. ISME J. 5:122-130.
  81. (*) Kiss, B, Bakos V, Liu WT, and Jobbagy A. 2011. Full-scale use of glycogen-accumulating organisms for excess biological carbon removal. Water Environ. Res., 83(9):855-864.
  82. (*)(D) Fabrega J, Zhang R, Renshaw JC, Liu WT, Lead JR. 2011. Impact of silver nanoparticles on natural marine biofilm bacteria. Chemosphere. Chemospher, 85(6):961-6.
  83. (*)(D) Tamaki H, Wright CL, Li X, Lin Q, Hwang C, Wang S, Thimmapuram J, Kamagata Y, and Liu WT. 2011. Analysis of 16S rRNA amplicon sequencing options on the Roche/454 next-generation titanium sequencing platform. PLoS One. 6:e25263.
  84. (*)(W)(D) Tamaki H, Zhang R, Angly FE, Nakamura S, Hong PY, Yasunaga T, Kamagata Y, and Liu WT. 2012. Metagenomics analysis of DNA viruses in a wastewater treatment plant in tropical climate. Environ. Microbiol. 14(2):441-452.
  85. (*)(W)(D) Hwang C, Ling F, Andersen GL, LeChevallier MW, and Liu WT. 2012. Evaluation of methods for the extraction of DNA from drinking water distribution system biofilms. Microbes & Environ. 27(1):9-18.
  86. (*)(W)(D) Hwang, CH, FQ Ling, GL Andersen, MW LeChevallier, and WT Liu. 2012. Microbial community dynamics of an urban drinking water distribution system subjected to phases of chloramination and chlorination treatments. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 78(22):7856-65.
  87. (*) Wu, JH, FY Wu, HP Chuang, WY Chen HJ Huang, SH Chen, and WT Liu. 2013. Proteomics analysis of hyper-mesophilic methanogenic consortia degrading terephthalate. Applied and Environmental Microbioilogy. 79(1):105-12.
  88. (*)(W) Ling, FQ and Liu WT. 2013. Impact of chloramination on the development of laboratory-grown biofilms fed with filter-pretreated groundwater. Microbe and Environment. 28(1):50-57.
  89. (*)(D) Lau, SC, R Zhang, EL Brodie, YM Piceno, G Andersen, and W-T. Liu. 2013. Biogeography of bacterioplankton in the tropical seawaters of Singapore. FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 2012 Dec 13. doi: 10.1111/1574-6941.12057 (in press).
  90. (*)(D) Lautenschlager, K. CH Hwang, WT Liu, N. Boon, O Koster, H Vrouwenvenlder, T. Egli and F. Hammes. 2013. A multi-parameter approach towards assessing biological stability in drinking water distribution networks. Wat Research. 47:3015-3025.
  91. (*) Wu, D.,GA Ekama, H Lu, HK Chui, W-T Liu, D Brdjanovic, MC van Loosdrecht, GH Chen. 2013. A New Biological Phosphorus Removal Process in Association with Sulfur Cycle. Wat Research. 47:3057-3069.
  92. (*)(W) Dao, J, FQ Ling, G Monroy, N Derlon, E Mogenroth, SA Boppart, WT Liu, and TH Nguyen. 2013. Roles of ionic strength and biofilm roughness on deposition kinetics of Escherichia coli onto groundwater biofilm grown on PVC surfaces. Wat Research. 47:2531-2542.
  93. (*)(W) Liu, G, F.Q. Ling, A. Magic-Knezev, W.T. Liu, J.Q.J.C. Verberk, J.C. Van Dijk. 2013. Quantification and identification of particle-associated bacteria in unchlorinated drinking water from three treatment plants by cultivation-independent methods. Water Res. 28:50-57.
  94. (*)(D) Zhang, R., Q Wu, YM Piceno, TZ Desantis, FM Saunders, GL Andersen, and WT Liu. 2013. Diversity of bacterioplankton in contrasting Tibetan lakes revealed by highdensity microarray and clone library analysis. FEMS Microbial Ecology, 86(2):277-287.
  95. (*) Rinke, C. , Schwientek, P., Sczyrba, A., Ivanova, N. N., Anderson, I. J., Cheng, J.-F., Darling, A., Malfatti, S., Swan, B. K., Gies, E. A., Dodsworth, J.A., Hedlund, B. P., Tsiamis, G., Sievert S. M., Liu,W.-T., Eisen, J. A., Hallam, S., Kyrpides, N. C., Stepanauskas, R. 5, Rubin, E. M., Hugenholtz, P. and Woyke T. 2013 . Insights into the Phylogeny and Coding Potential of Microbial Dark Matter. Nature, 499:431-437.
  96. (*)(D) Ye, L, J Amberg, D Chapman, M Gaikowski, WT Liu. 2013. Fish gut microbiota analysis differentiates physiology and behavior of invasive Asian carp and indigenous American fish. ISME J, 2013 Oct 17. doi: 10.1038/ismej.2013.181. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 24132079.
  97. (*)(W)(D) Dong Y, Kumar CG, Chia N, Kim PJ, Miller PA, Price ND, Cann IK, Flynn TM, Sanford RA, Krapac IG, Locke RA 2nd, Hong PY, Tamaki H, Liu WT, Mackie RI, Hernandez AG, Wright CL, Mikel MA, Walker JL, Sivaguru M, Fried G, Yannarell AC, Fouke BW. 2014. Halomonas sulfidaeris-dominated microbial community inhabits a 1.8km-deep subsurface Cambrian Sandstone reservoir. Environ Microbiol. 2013 Nov 14. doi: 10.1111/1462-2920.12325. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 24238218.
  98. Wu D, Ekama GA, Wang HG, Wei L, Lu H, Chui HK, Liu WT, Brdjanovic D, van Loosdrecht MC, Chen GH. 2014. Simultaneous nitrogen and phosphorus removal in the sulfur cycle-associated Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal (EBPR) process. Water Res. 2014 Feb 1;49:251-64. doi: 10.1016/j.watres.2013.11.029. Epub 2013 Dec 3. PubMed PMID: 24342048.
  99. Yap, GC, PY Hong, WT Liu, YK Lee, CM Ding, M Aw, LPC Shek, BW Lee. 2013. Comparative evaluation of the bacterial gene composition of stool microbiota in infants with and without eczema preliminary findings. Allergy. 68:706-706.
  100. (*) Nobu MK, Tamaki H, Kubota K, Liu WT. 2014. Metagenomic characterization of 'Candidatus Defluviicoccus tetraformis strain TFO71,' a tetrad-forming organism, predominant in an anaerobic-aerobic membrane bioreactor with deteriorated biological phosphorus removal. Environ Microbiol. 2014 Jan 15. doi: 10.1111/1462-2920.12383. [Epub ahead of print] PubMed PMID: 24428681.

 

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