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Lang SQ, Früh-Green GL, Bernasconi SM, Brazelton WJ, Schrenk MO, McGonigle JM (2018) Abiotic formate fuels sulfate reducers but not methanogens at Lost City hydrothermal field. Scientific Reports 8:755. doi:10.1038/s41598-017-19002-5 [PDF] [HTML]

Dangerfield, C.D., Nadkarni, N.M., Brazelton, W.J. (2017) Canopy soil bacterial communities altered by severing host tree limb. PeerJ 5:e3773. doi: 10.7717/peerj.3773. [PDF] [HTML]

Twing, K. I., Brazelton, W. J., Kubo, M. D. Y., Hyer, A. J., Cardace, D., Hoehler, T., McCollom, T., Schrenk, M. O. (2017). Serpentinization-influenced groundwater harbors extremely low diversity microbial communities adapted to high pH. Frontiers in Microbiology, 8(March), 308. [PDF] [HTML]

Brazelton, W.J., Thornton, C.N., Hyer, A., Twing, K.I., Longino, A.A., Lang, S.Q., Lilley, M.D., Früh-Green, G.L., Schrenk, M.O. (2017). Metagenomic identification of active methanogens and methanotrophs in serpentinite springs of the Voltri Massif, Italy. PeerJ. 5, e2945. doi: 10.7717/peerj.2945 [PDF] [HTML]

Brazelton, W.J., P.L. Morrill, N. Szponar, M.O. Schrenk (2013) Bacterial communities associated with subsurface geochemical processes in continental serpentinite springs. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 79(13):3906. doi: 10.1128/AEM.00330-13. [PDF] [HTML]

Schrenk, M.O., W.J. Brazelton, S.Q. Lang (2013) Serpentinization, carbon, and deep life. Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry. 75:575-606. [PDF] [HTML]

Stüeken, E. E., Anderson, R. E., Bowman, J. S., Brazelton, W.J., Colangelo-Lillis, J., Goldman, A. D., Som, S. M. and Baross, J. A. (2013) Did life originate from a global chemical reactor? Geobiology. 11: 101–126. doi: 10.1111/gbi.12025. [PDF] [HTML]

Brazelton, W.J., B. Nelson and M.O. Schrenk (2012) Metagenomic evidence for H2 oxidation and H2 production by serpentinite-hosted subsurface microbial communities. Frontiers in Extreme Microbiology. 2:268. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2011.00268. [PDF] [HTML]

Brazelton, W.J., M.P. Mehta, D.S. Kelley and J.A. Baross (2011) Physiological differentiation within a single-species biofilm fueled by serpentinization. mBio. 2, e00127-11. [PDF] [HTML]

Brazelton, W.J. and J.A. Baross (2010) Metagenomic comparison of two Thiomicrospira lineages inhabiting contrasting deep-sea hydrothermal environments. PloS One. 5(10): e13530. [PDF] [HTML]

Brazelton, W.J., K. A. Ludwig, M. L. Sogin, E. N. Andreishcheva, D. S. Kelley, C-C. Shen, R. L. Edwards and J. A. Baross (2010) Archaea and bacteria with surprising microdiversity show shifts in dominance over 1000-year time scales in hydrothermal chimneys. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 107: 1612-1617. [PDF] [HTML]

Brazelton, W. J., M. L. Sogin and J. A. Baross (2010) Multiple scales of diversification within natural populations of archaea in hydrothermal chimney biofilms. Environmental Microbiology Reports. 2(2): 236-242. [PDF] [HTML]

Brazelton, W.J. and J. A. Baross. (2009) Abundant transposases encoded by the metagenome of a hydrothermal chimney biofilm. The International Society of Microbial Ecology Journal. 3: 1420-1424. [PDF] [HTML]

Brazelton, W. J. and W. T Sullivan III. (2009) Understanding the nineteenth century origins of disciplines: lessons for astrobiology today? International Journal of Astrobiology. 8(4): 257-266. [PDF] [HTML]

Brazelton, W. J., M. O. Schrenk, D. S. Kelley and J. A. Baross. (2006) Methane and sulfur metabolizing microbial communities dominate in the Lost City Hydrothermal Field ecosystem. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 72: 6257-6270. [PDF] [HTML]