Frederik Schulz
Frederik Schulz
Research Scientist at DOE Joint Genome Institute
Verified email at lbl.gov
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Minimum information about a single amplified genome (MISAG) and a metagenome-assembled genome (MIMAG) of bacteria and archaea
RM Bowers, NC Kyrpides, R Stepanauskas, M Harmon-Smith, D Doud, ...
Nature biotechnology 35 (8), 725-731, 2017
5952017
Giant viruses with an expanded complement of translation system components
F Schulz, N Yutin, NN Ivanova, DR Ortega, TK Lee, J Vierheilig, H Daims, ...
Science 356 (6333), 82-85, 2017
1562017
Minimum information about an uncultivated virus genome (MIUViG)
S Roux, EM Adriaenssens, BE Dutilh, EV Koonin, AM Kropinski, ...
Nature biotechnology 37 (1), 29-37, 2019
1472019
A genomic catalog of Earth’s microbiomes
S Nayfach, S Roux, R Seshadri, D Udwary, N Varghese, F Schulz, D Wu, ...
Nature biotechnology 39 (4), 499-509, 2021
792021
Cryptic inoviruses revealed as pervasive in bacteria and archaea across Earth’s biomes
S Roux, M Krupovic, RA Daly, AL Borges, S Nayfach, F Schulz, A Sharrar, ...
Nature microbiology 4 (11), 1895-1906, 2019
772019
Genome‐based evolutionary history of Pseudomonas spp
C Hesse, F Schulz, CT Bull, BT Shaffer, Q Yan, N Shapiro, KA Hassan, ...
Environmental microbiology 20 (6), 2142-2159, 2018
762018
The trajectory of microbial single-cell sequencing
T Woyke, DFR Doud, F Schulz
Nature Methods 14 (11), 1045-1054, 2017
712017
Giant virus diversity and host interactions through global metagenomics
F Schulz, S Roux, D Paez-Espino, S Jungbluth, DA Walsh, VJ Denef, ...
Nature 578 (7795), 432-436, 2020
682020
Hydrogenotrophic methanogenesis in archaeal phylum Verstraetearchaeota reveals the shared ancestry of all methanogens
BA Berghuis, FB Yu, F Schulz, PC Blainey, T Woyke, SR Quake
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (11), 5037-5044, 2019
622019
Hidden diversity of soil giant viruses
F Schulz, L Alteio, D Goudeau, EM Ryan, BY Feiqiao, RR Malmstrom, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-9, 2018
562018
Microfluidic-based mini-metagenomics enables discovery of novel microbial lineages from complex environmental samples
FB Yu, PC Blainey, F Schulz, T Woyke, MA Horowitz, SR Quake
Elife 6, e26580, 2017
522017
CheckV assesses the quality and completeness of metagenome-assembled viral genomes
S Nayfach, AP Camargo, F Schulz, E Eloe-Fadrosh, S Roux, NC Kyrpides
Nature biotechnology 39 (5), 578-585, 2021
512021
Intranuclear bacteria: inside the cellular control center of eukaryotes
F Schulz, M Horn
Trends in cell biology 25 (6), 339-346, 2015
502015
A Rickettsiales symbiont of amoebae with ancient features
F Schulz, J Martijn, F Wascher, I Lagkouvardos, R Kostanjšek, TJG Ettema, ...
Environ Microbiol 18 (8), 2326-2342, 2016
492016
Towards a balanced view of the bacterial tree of life
F Schulz, EA Eloe-Fadrosh, RM Bowers, J Jarett, T Nielsen, NN Ivanova, ...
Microbiome 5 (1), 1-6, 2017
472017
Uncultured Desulfobacteraceae and Crenarchaeotal group C3 incorporate 13C‐acetate in coastal marine sediment
H Na, MA Lever, KU Kjeldsen, F Schulz, BB JÝrgensen
Environmental microbiology reports 7 (4), 614-622, 2015
412015
Life in an unusual intracellular niche: a bacterial symbiont infecting the nucleus of amoebae
F Schulz, I Lagkouvardos, F Wascher, K Aistleitner, M Horn
The ISME journal 8 (8), 1634-1644, 2014
412014
Single-cell genomics of a rare environmental alphaproteobacterium provides unique insights into Rickettsiaceae evolution
J Martijn, F Schulz, K Zaremba-Niedzwiedzka, J Viklund, R Stepanauskas, ...
The ISME journal 9 (11), 2373-2385, 2015
342015
IMG/VR v3: an integrated ecological and evolutionary framework for interrogating genomes of uncultivated viruses
S Roux, D PŠez-Espino, IMA Chen, K Palaniappan, A Ratner, K Chu, ...
Nucleic acids research 49 (D1), D764-D775, 2021
292021
Hydrogen-based metabolism as an ancestral trait in lineages sibling to the Cyanobacteria
PBM Carnevali, F Schulz, CJ Castelle, RS Kantor, PM Shih, I Sharon, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-15, 2019
292019
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