Daniel R. Bond
Daniel R. Bond
Professor of Microbiology - University of Minnesota
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Electricity production by Geobacter sulfurreducens attached to electrodes
DR Bond, DR Lovley
Applied and environmental microbiology 69 (3), 1548-1555, 2003
Electrode-reducing microorganisms that harvest energy from marine sediments
DR Bond, DE Holmes, LM Tender, DR Lovley
Science 295 (5554), 483-485, 2002
Shewanella secretes flavins that mediate extracellular electron transfer
E Marsili, DB Baron, ID Shikhare, D Coursolle, JA Gralnick, DR Bond
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (10), 3968-3973, 2008
Harnessing microbially generated power on the seafloor
LM Tender, CE Reimers, HA Stecher, DE Holmes, DR Bond, DA Lowy, ...
Nature biotechnology 20 (8), 821-825, 2002
Graphite electrodes as electron donors for anaerobic respiration
KB Gregory, DR Bond, DR Lovley
Environmental microbiology 6 (6), 596-604, 2004
Microbial communities associated with electrodes harvesting electricity from a variety of aquatic sediments
DE Holmes, DR Bond, RA O’neil, CE Reimers, LR Tender, DR Lovley
Microbial ecology 48 (2), 178-190, 2004
Microbial biofilm voltammetry: direct electrochemical characterization of catalytic electrode-attached biofilms
E Marsili, JB Rollefson, DB Baron, RM Hozalski, DR Bond
Applied and environmental microbiology 74 (23), 7329-7337, 2008
The Mtr respiratory pathway is essential for reducing flavins and electrodes in Shewanella oneidensis
D Coursolle, DB Baron, DR Bond, JA Gralnick
Journal of bacteriology 192 (2), 467-474, 2010
Evidence for involvement of an electron shuttle in electricity generation by Geothrix fermentans
DR Bond, DR Lovley
Applied and environmental microbiology 71 (4), 2186-2189, 2005
Electron transfer by Desulfobulbus propionicus to Fe (III) and graphite electrodes
DE Holmes, DR Bond, DR Lovley
Applied and environmental microbiology 70 (2), 1234-1237, 2004
Characterization of metabolism in the Fe (III)-reducing organism Geobacter sulfurreducens by constraint-based modeling
R Mahadevan, DR Bond, JE Butler, A Esteve-Nunez, MV Coppi, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 72 (2), 1558-1568, 2006
Towards electrosynthesis in Shewanella: energetics of reversing the Mtr pathway for reductive metabolism
DE Ross, JM Flynn, DB Baron, JA Gralnick, DR Bond
PloS one 6 (2), e16649, 2011
Potential role of a novel psychrotolerant member of the family Geobacteraceae, Geopsychrobacter electrodiphilus gen. nov., sp. nov., in electricity production by a marine†…
DE Holmes, JS Nicoll, DR Bond, DR Lovley
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 70 (10), 6023-6030, 2004
Electrochemical measurement of electron transfer kinetics by Shewanella oneidensis MR-1
D Baron, E LaBelle, D Coursolle, JA Gralnick, DR Bond
Journal of Biological Chemistry 284 (42), 28865-28873, 2009
Effect of linoleic acid concentration on conjugated linoleic acid production by butyrivibrio fibrisolvensA38
YJ Kim, RH Liu, DR Bond, JB Russell
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 66 (12), 5226-5230, 2000
Voltammetry and Growth Physiology of Geobacter sulfurreducens Biofilms as a Function of Growth Stage and Imposed Electrode Potential
E Marsili, J Sun, DR Bond
Electroanalysis: An International Journal Devoted to Fundamental and†…, 2010
Reduction of Fe (III) oxide by methanogens in the presence and absence of extracellular quinones
DR Bond, DR Lovley
Environmental Microbiology 4 (2), 115-124, 2002
Electrochemical characterization of Geobacter sulfurreducens cells immobilized on graphite paper electrodes
S Srikanth, E Marsili, MC Flickinger, DR Bond
Biotechnology and Bioengineering 99 (5), 1065-1073, 2008
On Electron Transport through Geobacter Biofilms
DR Bond, SM Strycharz‐Glaven, LM Tender, CI Torres
ChemSusChem 5 (6), 1099-1105, 2012
Identification of an extracellular polysaccharide network essential for cytochrome anchoring and biofilm formation in Geobacter sulfurreducens
JB Rollefson, CS Stephen, M Tien, DR Bond
Journal of bacteriology 193 (5), 1023-1033, 2011
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