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Andrew Spiers
Andrew Spiers
School of Applied Sciences, Abertay University
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The minimum information about a genome sequence (MIGS) specification
D Field, G Garrity, T Gray, N Morrison, J Selengut, P Sterk, T Tatusova, ...
Nature biotechnology 26 (5), 541-547, 2008
12532008
Antagonistic coevolution accelerates molecular evolution
S Paterson, T Vogwill, A Buckling, R Benmayor, AJ Spiers, NR Thomson, ...
Nature 464 (7286), 275-278, 2010
5062010
Genomic and genetic analyses of diversity and plant interactions of Pseudomonas fluorescens
MW Silby, AM Cerdeño-Tárraga, GS Vernikos, SR Giddens, RW Jackson, ...
Genome biology 10 (5), 1-16, 2009
4202009
Biofilm formation at the air–liquid interface by the Pseudomonas fluorescens SBW25 wrinkly spreader requires an acetylated form of cellulose
AJ Spiers, J Bohannon, SM Gehrig, PB Rainey
Molecular microbiology 50 (1), 15-27, 2003
4172003
The causes of Pseudomonas diversity
AJ Spiers, A Buckling, PB Rainey
Microbiology 146 (10), 2345-2350, 2000
3792000
Adaptive Divergence in Experimental Populations of Pseudomonas fluorescens. I. Genetic and Phenotypic Bases of Wrinkly Spreader Fitness
AJ Spiers, SG Kahn, J Bohannon, M Travisano, PB Rainey
Genetics 161 (1), 33-46, 2002
3092002
Biofilm formation and cellulose expression among diverse environmental Pseudomonas isolates
S Ude, DL Arnold, CD Moon, T Timms‐Wilson, AJ Spiers
Environmental microbiology 8 (11), 1997-2011, 2006
2612006
Microbial distribution in soils: physics and scaling
IM Young, JW Crawford, N Nunan, W Otten, A Spiers
Advances in agronomy 100, 81-121, 2008
2152008
Parallel compensatory evolution stabilizes plasmids across the parasitism-mutualism continuum
E Harrison, D Guymer, AJ Spiers, S Paterson, MA Brockhurst
Current Biology 25 (15), 2034-2039, 2015
1872015
Adaptive Divergence in Experimental Populations of Pseudomonas fluorescens. III. Mutational Origins of Wrinkly Spreader Diversity
E Bantinaki, R Kassen, CG Knight, Z Robinson, AJ Spiers, PB Rainey
Genetics 176 (1), 441-453, 2007
1822007
The structure–function relationship of WspR, a Pseudomonas fluorescens response regulator with a GGDEF output domain
JG Malone, R Williams, M Christen, U Jenal, AJ Spiers, PB Rainey
Microbiology 153 (4), 980-994, 2007
1662007
Transparent soil for imaging the rhizosphere
H Downie, N Holden, W Otten, AJ Spiers, TA Valentine, LX Dupuy
Public Library of Science 7 (9), e44276, 2012
1652012
Genes encoding a cellulosic polymer contribute toward the ecological success of Pseudomonas fluorescens SBW25 on plant surfaces
M Gal, GM Preston, RC Massey, AJ Spiers, PB Rainey
Molecular Ecology 12 (11), 3109-3121, 2003
1612003
The Pseudomonas fluorescens SBW25 wrinkly spreader biofilm requires attachment factor, cellulose fibre and LPS interactions to maintain strength and integrity
AJ Spiers, PB Rainey
Microbiology 151 (9), 2829-2839, 2005
1522005
Adaptive Divergence in Experimental Populations of Pseudomonas fluorescens. II. Role of the GGDEF Regulator WspR in Evolution and Development of the …
P Goymer, SG Kahn, JG Malone, SM Gehrig, AJ Spiers, PB Rainey
Genetics 173 (2), 515-526, 2006
1222006
Characterization of a novel air–liquid interface biofilm of Pseudomonas fluorescens SBW25
A Koza, PD Hallett, CD Moon, AJ Spiers
Microbiology 155 (5), 1397-1406, 2009
972009
Quorum-quenching activity of the AHL-lactonase from Bacillus licheniformis DAHB1 inhibits Vibrio biofilm formation in vitro and reduces shrimp intestinal colonisation and mortality
G Vinoj, B Vaseeharan, S Thomas, AJ Spiers, S Shanthi
Marine Biotechnology 16 (6), 707-715, 2014
902014
Environmental modification and niche construction: developing O2 gradients drive the evolution of the Wrinkly Spreader
A Koza, O Moshynets, W Otten, AJ Spiers
The ISME journal 5 (4), 665-673, 2011
542011
Single-cell Raman spectral profiles of Pseudomonas fluorescens SBW25 reflects in vitro and in planta metabolic history
WE Huang, MJ Bailey, IP Thompson, AS Whiteley, AJ Spiers
Microbial ecology 53 (3), 414-425, 2007
532007
Environmentally co‐occurring mercury resistance plasmids are genetically and phenotypically diverse and confer variable context‐dependent fitness effects
JPJ Hall, E Harrison, AK Lilley, S Paterson, AJ Spiers, MA Brockhurst
Environmental microbiology 17 (12), 5008-5022, 2015
482015
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