LABORATORY FOR MICROBIAL & ENVIRONMENTAL GENOMICS
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Publications

Conkle, Jeremy, Christian Báez-Del Valle and Jeffrey W. Turner (In Review). Are we underestimating microplastic contamination in aquatic environments? Environmental Management.

Moreno, Emille, Marci Parks, Lee J. Pinnell, James J. Tallman and Jeffrey W. Turner (2017). Draft genome sequence of a Vibrio harveyi strain associated with vibriosis in Pacific white shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei. ASM Genome Announcements.

Collin, Betty, Lee J. Pinnell, James J. Tallman and Jeffrey W. Turner (2016). Draft genome sequences of one marine and one clinical Vibrio parahaemolyticus strain, both isolated from Sweden. ASM Genome Announcements.

Turner, Jeffrey W., Chris T. Berthiaume, Rhonda Morales, E. Virginia Armbrust and Mark S. Strom (2016). Genomic Evidence of adaptive evolution in emergent Vibrio parahaemolyticus ecotypes. Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene. doi: 10.12952/journal.elementa.000117

William B. Nilsson and Jeffrey W. Turner (2016). The thermostable direct hemolysin-related hemolysin (trh) gene of Vibrio parahaemolyticus: Sequence variation and implications for detection and function. Journal of Microbiological Methods doi: 10.1016/j.mimet.2016.04.007

Turner, Jeffrey W., Leena Malayil, Dominic Guadognoli, Dana C. Cole and Erin K. Lipp (2014). Detection of Vibrio parahaemolyticusVibrio vulnificus and Vibrio cholerae with respect to seasonal fluctuations in temperature and plankton abundance. Environmental Microbiology doi:10.1111/1462-2920.12246.

Turner, Jeffrey W., Rohinee N. Paranjpye, Eric Landis, Narjol Gonzales-Escalona, William B. Nilsson, Stanley V. Biryukov and Mark S. Strom (2013). Population Structure of Clinical and Environmental Vibrio parahaemolyticus from the Pacific Northwest Coast of the United States. PLoS ONE 8 (2): e55726. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0055726.

Strom, Mark S., Rohinee N. Paranjpye, William B. Nilsson, Jeffrey W. Turner, and Gladys K. Yanagida (2013). Pathogen update: Vibrio species. In Advances in Microbial Food Safety. 1: 97-113. J Sofos (ed), Woodhead publishink, Cambridge, U.K.

Xu, Jiajie, Jeffrey W. Turner, Matthew Idso, Stanley V. Biryukov, Laurel Rognstad, Heng Gong, Mark S. Strom and Qiuming Yu (2013). In situ strain level distinction of Vibrio parahaemolyticus using surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy. Analytical Chemistry  85 (5): 2630–2637.

Mote, Beth L., Jeffrey W. Turner and Erin K. Lipp (2012). Persistence and growth of the fecal indicator bacteria, enterococci, in detritus and natural estuarine plankton communities. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 78: 2569-2577.

Malayil, Leena, Jeffrey W. Turner, Beth L. Mote, Karen Howe and Erin K. Lipp (2011). Evaluation of enrichment media for improved detection of V. cholerae and V. vulnificus from estuarine water and plankton. Journal of Applied Microbiology 110 (6): 1470-1475.

Sutherland, Katherine P., James W. Porter, Jeffrey W. Turner, Meredith K. Meyers, Monica L. Griffith, Jana C. Futch and Erin K. Lipp (2010). Human sewage identified as likely source of white pox disease of the threatened Caribbean elkhorn coral, Acropora palmata. Environmental Microbiology 12 (3): 112-1131.

Turner, Jeffrey W., Brooks Good, Dana C. Cole and Erin K. Lipp (2009). Plankton composition and environmental factors contribute to Vibrio seasonality. International Society of Microbial Ecology 3: 1082-1092.

Tobin-D’Angelo, Melissa, Stepy Thomas, Dana C. Cole and Jeffrey W. Turner (2007). Vibrio in Georgia. Georgia Epidemiology Report 23: 1-4.

 

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS

Thiyagarajan, Magesh, Jeffrey W. Turner, Lee Pinnell, James Tallman and Emille Moreno (2016). Non thermal atmospheric pressure air plasma treatment for food safety. IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science, Banff, Canada.

Lovato, Devin, Jeffrey W. Turner, Feri Billiot and Gregory Buck (2016). Antibacterial analysis of an isoleucine based surfactant. American Chemical Society (ACS) Meeting, San Diego, CA.

Pinnell, Lee, James Tallman, Rohinee Paranjpye and Jeffrey W. Turner (2016). Genomic analysis of attenuation in pandemic Vibrio parahaemolyticus. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) Ocean Science Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Moreno, Emille, Marci Parks, Lee Pinnell, Rohinee Paranjpye and Jeffrey W. Turner (2016). Genomic analysis of two emergent Vibrio parahaemolyticus ecotypes. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) Ocean Science Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Parks, Marci, Emille Moreno, Lee Pinnell, James Tallman, Rohinee Paranjpye and Jeffrey W. Turner (2016). Genome sequencing and analysis of a highly virulent Vibrio parahaemolyticus strain isolated from the marine environment. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO) Ocean Science Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Macias, Amanda, James Tallman, Rohinee Paranjpye and Jeffrey W. Turner (2015). Genomic comparison of Vibrio antiquarius isolated from deep-sea and coastal environments. American Society of Microbiology (ASM), General Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Turner, Jeffrey W., Chris Berthiaume, Rhonda Morales, Stanely V. Biryukov, E. Virginia Armbrust and Mark S. Strom (2012). Comparative genomics of emergent Vibrio parahaemolyticus reveals new markers for improved virulence detection in Washington State. American Society of Microbiology (ASM), General Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Turner Jeffrey W., Eric D. Landis, Rohinee N. Paranjpye, E. Virginia Armbrust and Mark S. Strom (2010). Genome-level characterization of Vibrio parahaemolyticus. Vibrio in the Environment 2010, Biloxi, MS.

Turner, Jeffrey W., Leena Malayil, Beth L. Mote, Dana C. Cole and Erin K. Lipp (2009). Is Vibrio cholerae a plankton specialist? American Society of Microbiology (ASM), Philadelphia, PA.

Turner, Jeffrey W., Leena Malayil, Dana C. Cole and Erin K. Lipp (2008). Temperature and reservoir shifts contribute to the seasonality of pathogenic Vibrio species. Gordon Research Conference (GRC) on Oceans and Human Health (OHH), Tilton College, Tilton, NH.

Turner, Jeffrey W., Dana C. Cole and Erin K. Lipp (2008). Ecology of Vibrio species in shellfish harvesting waters with respect to seasonal changes and reservoir shifts. NOAA’s Oceans and Human Health (OHH) Principle Investigator Meeting, Muskegon, MI.