Jonathan Puddick
Jonathan Puddick
Research Scientist, Cawthron Institute
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High levels of structural diversity observed in microcystins from Microcystis CAWBG11 and characterization of six new microcystin congeners
J Puddick, MR Prinsep, SA Wood, SAF Kaufononga, SC Cary, ...
Marine drugs 12 (11), 5372-5395, 2014
Lagunamides A and B: Cytotoxic and Antimalarial Cyclodepsipeptides from the Marine Cyanobacterium Lyngbya majuscula
A Tripathi, J Puddick, MR Prinsep, M Rottmann, LT Tan
Journal of natural products 73 (11), 1810-1814, 2010
Widespread distribution and identification of eight novel microcystins in Antarctic cyanobacterial mats
SA Wood, D Mountfort, AI Selwood, PT Holland, J Puddick, SC Cary
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 74 (23), 7243-7251, 2008
Lagunamide C, a cytotoxic cyclodepsipeptide from the marine cyanobacterium Lyngbya majuscula
A Tripathi, J Puddick, MR Prinsep, M Rottmann, KP Chan, DYK Chen, ...
Phytochemistry 72 (18), 2369-2375, 2011
Hantupeptin A, a Cytotoxic Cyclic Depsipeptide from a Singapore Collection of Lyngbya majuscula
A Tripathi, J Puddick, MR Prinsep, PPF Lee, LT Tan
Journal of natural products 72 (1), 29-32, 2009
Costs of harmful blooms of freshwater cyanobacteria
DP Hamilton, SA Wood, DR Dietrich, J Puddick
Cyanobacteria: An economic perspective, 245-256, 2014
Hantupeptins B and C, cytotoxic cyclodepsipeptides from the marine cyanobacterium Lyngbya majuscula
A Tripathi, J Puddick, MR Prinsep, PPF Lee, LT Tan
Phytochemistry 71 (2), 307-311, 2010
Proteomes and signalling pathways of antler stem cells
C Li, C., Harper, A., Puddick, J., Wang, W., McMahon
PLoS ONE, 2012
Contrasting cyanobacterial communities and microcystin concentrations in summers with extreme weather events: insights into potential effects of climate change
SA Wood, H Borges, J Puddick, L Biessy, J Atalah, I Hawes, DR Dietrich, ...
Hydrobiologia 785 (1), 71-89, 2017
Potent toxins in Arctic environments–presence of saxitoxins and an unusual microcystin variant in Arctic freshwater ecosystems
J Kleinteich, SA Wood, J Puddick, D Schleheck, FC Küpper, D Dietrich
Chemico-biological interactions 206 (2), 423-431, 2013
Detection of anatoxin-producing Phormidium in a New Zealand farm pond and an associated dog death
SA Wood, J Puddick, R Fleming, AH Heussner
New Zealand Journal of Botany 55 (1), 36-46, 2017
Further characterization of glycine-containing microcystins from the McMurdo dry valleys of Antarctica
J Puddick, MR Prinsep, SA Wood, SC Cary, DP Hamilton, PT Holland
Toxins 7 (2), 493-515, 2015
First report of microcystin-producing Fischerella sp.(Stigonematales, Cyanobacteria) in tropical Australia
S Cirés, C Alvarez-Roa, SA Wood, J Puddick, V Loza, K Heimann
Toxicon 88, 62-66, 2014
Toxic benthic freshwater cyanobacterial proliferations: Challenges and solutions for enhancing knowledge and improving monitoring and mitigation.
SA Wood, L Kelly, K Bouma-Gregson, JF Humbert, HD Laughinghouse, ...
Freshwater Biology 65 (10), 1824-1842, 2020
Sensor manufacturer, temperature, and cyanobacteria morphology affect phycocyanin fluorescence measurements
CM Hodges, SA Wood, J Puddick, CG McBride, DP Hamilton
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 25 (2), 1079-1088, 2018
44-Methylgambierone, a new gambierone analogue isolated from Gambierdiscus australes
JS Murray, AI Selwood, DT Harwood, R van Ginkel, J Puddick, LL Rhodes, ...
Tetrahedron Letters 60 (8), 621-625, 2019
Trophic state and geographic gradients influence planktonic cyanobacterial diversity and distribution in New Zealand lakes
SA Wood, MY Maier, J Puddick, X Pochon, A Zaiko, DR Dietrich, ...
FEMS microbiology ecology 93 (2), 2017
Toxic cyanobacteria in Svalbard: Chemical diversity of microcystins detected using a liquid chromatography mass spectrometry precursor ion screening method
J Kleinteich, J Puddick, SA Wood, F Hildebrand, HD Laughinghouse IV, ...
Toxins 10 (4), 147, 2018
The abundance of toxic genotypes is a key contributor to anatoxin variability in Phormidium-dominated benthic mats
SA Wood, J Puddick
Marine Drugs 15 (10), 307, 2017
Adsorption of ten microcystin congeners to common laboratory-ware is solvent and surface dependent
S Altaner, J Puddick, SA Wood, DR Dietrich
Toxins 9 (4), 129, 2017
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