Nicholas Coleman
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Biodegradation of cis-Dichloroethene as the Sole Carbon Source by a β-Proteobacterium
NV Coleman, TE Mattes, JM Gossett, JC Spain
Applied and environmental microbiology 68 (6), 2726-2730, 2002
Phylogenetic and kinetic diversity of aerobic vinyl chloride-assimilating bacteria from contaminated sites
NV Coleman, TE Mattes, JM Gossett, JC Spain
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 68 (12), 6162-6171, 2002
Aerobic biodegradation of the chloroethenes: pathways, enzymes, ecology, and evolution
TE Mattes, AK Alexander, NV Coleman
FEMS Microbiology Reviews 34 (4), 445-475, 2010
Aerobic biodegradation of hexahydro-1, 3, 5-trinitro-1, 3, 5-triazine (RDX) as a nitrogen source by a Rhodococcus sp., strain DN22
NV Coleman, DR Nelson, T Duxbury
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 30 (8-9), 1159-1167, 1998
The Genome of Polaromonas sp. Strain JS666: Insights into the Evolution of a Hydrocarbon- and Xenobiotic-Degrading Bacterium, and Features of Relevance to …
TE Mattes, AK Alexander, PM Richardson, AC Munk, CS Han, P Stothard, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 74 (20), 6405-6416, 2008
Soluble di‐iron monooxygenase gene diversity in soils, sediments and ethene enrichments
NV Coleman, NB Bui, AJ Holmes
Environmental Microbiology 8 (7), 1228-1239, 2006
Epoxyalkane:Coenzyme M Transferase in the Ethene and Vinyl Chloride Biodegradation Pathways of Mycobacterium Strain JS60
NV Coleman, JC Spain
Journal of bacteriology 185 (18), 5536-5545, 2003
Physiological and molecular genetic analyses of vinyl chloride and ethene biodegradation in Nocardioides sp. strain JS614
TE Mattes, NV Coleman, JC Spain, JM Gossett
Archives of microbiology 183, 95-106, 2005
Distribution of the Coenzyme M Pathway of Epoxide Metabolism among Ethene- and Vinyl Chloride-Degrading Mycobacterium Strains
NV Coleman, JC Spain
Applied and environmental microbiology 69 (10), 6041-6046, 2003
Evidence that RDX biodegradation by Rhodococcus strain DN22 is plasmid‐borne and involves a cytochrome p‐450
NV Coleman, JC Spain, T Duxbury
Journal of applied microbiology 93 (3), 463-472, 2002
Untangling the multiple monooxygenases of Mycobacterium chubuense strain NBB4, a versatile hydrocarbon degrader
NV Coleman, S Yau, NL Wilson, LM Nolan, MD Migocki, M Ly, B Crossett, ...
Environmental Microbiology Reports 3 (3), 297-307, 2011
Hydrocarbon monooxygenase in Mycobacterium: recombinant expression of a member of the ammonia monooxygenase superfamily
NV Coleman, NB Le, MA Ly, HE Ogawa, V McCarl, NL Wilson, AJ Holmes
The ISME journal 6 (1), 171-182, 2012
Biodegradation of vinyl chloride, cis-dichloroethene and 1,2-dichloroethane in the alkene/alkane-oxidising Mycobacterium strain NBB4
NB Le, NV Coleman
Biodegradation 22, 1095-1108, 2011
Mutagenesis of the hydrocarbon monooxygenase indicates a metal centre in subunit-C, and not subunit-B, is essential for copper-containing membrane monooxygenase activity
EF Liew, D Tong, NV Coleman, AJ Holmes
Microbiology 160 (6), 1267-1277, 2014
Increased mutation rate is linked to genome reduction in prokaryotes
T Bourguignon, Y Kinjo, P Villa-Martin, NV Coleman, Q Tang, DA Arab, ...
Current Biology 30 (19), 3848-3855. e4, 2020
Metabolic Engineering of the MEP Pathway in Bacillus subtilis for Increased Biosynthesis of Menaquinone-7
Y Ma, DD McClure, MV Somerville, NW Proschogo, F Dehghani, ...
ACS Synthetic Biology 8 (7), 1620-1630, 2019
Microcosm experiments and kinetic modeling of glyphosate biodegradation in soils and sediments
FHM Tang, TC Jeffries, RW Vervoort, C Conoley, NV Coleman, F Maggi
Science of the Total Environment 658, 105-115, 2019
Seasonal total methane depletion in limestone caves
CL Waring, SI Hankin, DWT Griffith, MA Kertesz, V Kobylski, NL Wilson, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 8314, 2017
Mechanism controlling the extended lag period associated with vinyl chloride starvation in Nocardioides sp. strain JS614
TE Mattes, NV Coleman, AS Chuang, AJ Rogers, JC Spain, JM Gossett
Archives of microbiology 187, 217-226, 2007
SmoXYB1C1Z of Mycobacterium sp. Strain NBB4: a Soluble Methane Monooxygenase (sMMO)-Like Enzyme, Active on C2 to C4 Alkanes and Alkenes
KE Martin, J Ozsvar, NV Coleman
Applied and environmental microbiology 80 (18), 5801-5806, 2014
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