Mikayla A Borton
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Microbial metabolisms in a 2.5-km-deep ecosystem created by hydraulic fracturing in shales
RA Daly, MA Borton, MJ Wilkins, DW Hoyt, DJ Kountz, RA Wolfe, ...
Nature Microbiology 1 (10), 1-9, 2016
Clades of huge phages from across Earth’s ecosystems
B Al-Shayeb, R Sachdeva, LX Chen, F Ward, P Munk, A Devoto, ...
Nature 578 (7795), 425-431, 2020
Methanogenesis in oxygenated soils is a substantial fraction of wetland methane emissions
JC Angle, TH Morin, LM Solden, AB Narrowe, GJ Smith, MA Borton, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 1-9, 2017
Hydraulic fracturing offers view of microbial life in the deep terrestrial subsurface
PJ Mouser, M Borton, TH Darrah, A Hartsock, KC Wrighton
FEMS microbiology ecology 92 (11), 2016
Chemical and pathogen-induced inflammation disrupt the murine intestinal microbiome
MA Borton, A Sabag-Daigle, J Wu, LM Solden, BS O’Banion, RA Daly, ...
Microbiome 5 (1), 1-15, 2017
Viruses control dominant bacteria colonizing the terrestrial deep biosphere after hydraulic fracturing
RA Daly, S Roux, MA Borton, DM Morgan, MD Johnston, AE Booker, ...
Nature microbiology 4 (2), 352-361, 2019
Coupled laboratory and field investigations resolve microbial interactions that underpin persistence in hydraulically fractured shales
MA Borton, DW Hoyt, S Roux, RA Daly, SA Welch, CD Nicora, S Purvine, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (28), E6585-E6594, 2018
Sulfide generation by dominant Halanaerobium microorganisms in hydraulically fractured shales
AE Booker, MA Borton, RA Daly, SA Welch, CD Nicora, DW Hoyt, ...
MSphere 2 (4), 2017
Members of the genus Methylobacter are inferred to account for the majority of aerobic methane oxidation in oxic soils from a freshwater wetland
GJ Smith, JC Angle, LM Solden, MA Borton, TH Morin, RA Daly, ...
MBio 9 (6), 2018
Viral and metabolic controls on high rates of microbial sulfur and carbon cycling in wetland ecosystems
PD Martins, RE Danczak, S Roux, J Frank, MA Borton, RA Wolfe, ...
Microbiome 6 (1), 1-17, 2018
DRAM for distilling microbial metabolism to automate the curation of microbiome function
M Shaffer, MA Borton, BB McGivern, AA Zayed, SL La Rosa, LM Solden, ...
Nucleic acids research 48 (16), 8883-8900, 2020
Comparative genomics and physiology of the genus Methanohalophilus, a prevalent methanogen in hydraulically fractured shale
MA Borton, RA Daly, B O'Banion, DW Hoyt, DN Marcus, S Welch, ...
Environmental microbiology 20 (12), 4596-4611, 2018
Salmonella-mediated inflammation eliminates competitors for fructose-asparagine in the gut
J Wu, A Sabag-Daigle, MA Borton, LFM Kop, BE Szkoda, BLD Kaiser, ...
Infection and immunity 86 (5), 2018
Identification of bacterial species that can utilize fructose-asparagine
A Sabag-Daigle, J Wu, MA Borton, A Sengupta, V Gopalan, KC Wrighton, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 84 (5), 2018
Reusing oil and gas produced water for agricultural irrigation: Effects on soil health and the soil microbiome
H Miller, K Dias, H Hare, MA Borton, J Blotevogel, C Danforth, ...
Science of the Total Environment 722, 137888, 2020
Genome-resolved metagenomics extends the environmental distribution of the verrucomicrobia phylum to the deep terrestrial subsurface
SL Nixon, RA Daly, MA Borton, LM Solden, SA Welch, DR Cole, ...
Msphere 4 (6), 2019
Members of the genus Methylobacter are inferred to account for the majority of aerobic methane oxidation in oxic soils from a freshwater wetland. mBio 9: e00815-18
GJ Smith, JC Angle, LM Solden, MA Borton, TH Morin, RA Daly, ...
Uncovering the Diversity and Activity of Methylotrophic Methanogens in Freshwater Wetland Soils
AB Narrowe, MA Borton, DW Hoyt, GJ Smith, RA Daly, JC Angle, EK Eder, ...
Msystems 4 (6), 2019
Ecological assembly processes are coordinated between bacterial and viral communities in fractured shale ecosystems
RE Danczak, RA Daly, MA Borton, JC Stegen, S Roux, KC Wrighton, ...
Msystems 5 (2), 2020
Decrypting bacterial polyphenol metabolism in an anoxic wetland soil
BB McGivern, MM Tfaily, MA Borton, SM Kosina, RA Daly, CD Nicora, ...
Nature Communications 12 (1), 1-16, 2021
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