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Two distinct microbial communities revealed in the sponge Cinachyrella
Bacillus strains most closely-related to Bacillus nealsonii are not effectively circumscribed within the taxonomic species definition
Gymnochromes E and F, cytotoxic phenanthroperylenequinones from a deep-water crinoid, Holopus rangii
Comparison of the anaerobic microbiota of deep-water Geodia spp. and sandy sediments in the Straits of Florida
Population dynamics of Vibrio spp. associated with marine sponge microcosms
Isolation, synthesis, and biological activity of Aphrocallistin, an adenine-substituted bromotyramine metabolite from the hexactinellida sponge Aphrocallistes beatrix
The many faces of gene expression profiling: transcriptome analyses applied towardselucidating marine organismal interactions and metabolism
Identification of the bacterial symbiont Entotheonella sp. in the mesohyl of the marine sponge Discodermia sp
Use of real-time qPCR to quantify members of the unculturable heterotrophic bacterial community in a deep sea marine sponge, Vetulina sp
Comparison of bacterial diversity within the coral reef sponge, Axinella corrugata, the encrusting coral Erythropodium caribaeorum
The diversity of the bacterial communities associated with the azooxanthellate hexacoral Cirrhipathes lutkeni
Diversity of the Bacterial Communities Associated with the Azooxanthellate Deep Water Octocorals Leptogorgia minimata, Iciligorgia schrammi, and Swiftia exertia, Marine Biotechnology
Tsukamurella spongiae sp. nov., a novel actinomycete isolated from a deep-water marinesponge
Neopeltolide a new macrolide from a lithistid sponge of the family Neopeltidae
Metabolites from the Marine-Derived Fungus Chromocleista sp. Isolated from a Deep-Water Sediment Sample Collected in the Gulf of Mexico
Retention efficiencies of the coral reef sponges Aplysina lacunosa, Callyspongia vaginalis and Niphates digitalis determined by Coulter counter and plate culture analysis
Associated bacterial communities of two deep-water sponges
A molecular systematic survey of sponge derived microbes
A molecular systematic survey of cultured microbial associates of deep-water marine invertebrates
Alpha-Proteobacteria cultivated from marine sponges display branching rod morphology

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