Li Deng
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A simple and efficient method for concentration of ocean viruses by chemical flocculation
SG John, CB Mendez, L Deng, B Poulos, AKM Kauffman, S Kern, J Brum, ...
Environmental microbiology reports 3 (2), 195-202, 2011
Viral tagging reveals discrete populations in Synechococcus viral genome sequence space
L Deng, JC Ignacio-Espinoza, AC Gregory, BT Poulos, JS Weitz, ...
Nature 513 (7517), 242-245, 2014
Evaluation of methods to concentrate and purify ocean virus communities through comparative, replicated metagenomics
BL Hurwitz, L Deng, BT Poulos, MB Sullivan
Environmental microbiology 15 (5), 1428-1440, 2013
Towards quantitative metagenomics of wild viruses and other ultra‐low concentration DNA samples: a rigorous assessment and optimization of the linker amplification method
MB Duhaime, L Deng, BT Poulos, MB Sullivan
Environmental microbiology 14 (9), 2526-2537, 2012
Role of toxic and bioactive secondary metabolites in colonization and bloom formation by filamentous cyanobacteria Planktothrix
R Kurmayer, L Deng, E Entfellner
Harmful algae 54, 69-86, 2016
TGS-GapCloser: a fast and accurate gap closer for large genomes with low coverage of error-prone long reads
M Xu, L Guo, S Gu, O Wang, R Zhang, BA Peters, G Fan, X Liu, X Xu, ...
GigaScience 9 (9), giaa094, 2020
Evidence for cyanophages active against bloom‐forming freshwater cyanobacteria
LI Deng, PK Hayes
Freshwater Biology 53 (6), 1240-1252, 2008
Defining the human gut host–phage network through single-cell viral tagging
M Džunková, SJ Low, JN Daly, L Deng, C Rinke, P Hugenholtz
Nature Microbiology 4 (12), 2192-2203, 2019
Contrasting life strategies of viruses that infect photo-and heterotrophic bacteria, as revealed by viral tagging
L Deng, A Gregory, S Yilmaz, BT Poulos, P Hugenholtz, MB Sullivan
MBio 3 (6), 10.1128/mbio. 00373-12, 2012
Bacteriophages isolated from stunted children can regulate gut bacterial communities in an age-specific manner
MK Mirzaei, MAA Khan, P Ghosh, ZE Taranu, M Taguer, J Ru, ...
Cell host & microbe 27 (2), 199-212. e5, 2020
Antagonistic microbial interactions: contributions and potential applications for controlling pathogens in the aquatic systems
J Feichtmayer, L Deng, C Griebler
Frontiers in microbiology 8, 2192, 2017
A new era of virus bioinformatics
B Ibrahim, DP McMahon, F Hufsky, M Beer, L Deng, P Le Mercier, ...
Virus research 251, 86-90, 2018
Integrating phylogeny, geographic niche partitioning and secondary metabolite synthesis in bloom-forming Planktothrix
R Kurmayer, JF Blom, L Deng, J Pernthaler
The ISME journal 9 (4), 909-921, 2015
Challenges of studying the human virome–relevant emerging technologies
MK Mirzaei, J Xue, R Costa, J Ru, S Schulz, ZE Taranu, L Deng
Trends in Microbiology 29 (2), 171-181, 2021
Grazing of heterotrophic flagellates on viruses is driven by feeding behaviour
LI Deng, S Krauss, J Feichtmayer, R Hofmann, H Arndt, C Griebler
Environmental microbiology reports 6 (4), 325-330, 2014
Evolution of Anabaenopeptin Peptide Structural Variability in the Cyanobacterium Planktothrix
E Entfellner, M Frei, G Christiansen, L Deng, J Blom, R Kurmayer
Frontiers in microbiology 8, 219, 2017
Using nano-attapulgite clay compounded hydrophilic urethane foams (AT/HUFs) as biofilm support enhances oil-refinery wastewater treatment in a biofilm membrane bioreactor
Y Jiang, A Khan, H Huang, Y Tian, X Yu, Q Xu, L Mou, J Lv, P Zhang, ...
Science of the Total Environment 646, 606-617, 2019
The human virome protein cluster database (HVPC): a human viral metagenomic database for diversity and function annotation
AHA Elbehery, J Feichtmayer, D Singh, C Griebler, L Deng
Frontiers in microbiology 9, 1110, 2018
New technologies for developing phage-based tools to manipulate the human microbiome
MK Mirzaei, L Deng
Trends in microbiology 30 (2), 131-142, 2022
BTEX biodegradation is linked to bacterial community assembly patterns in contaminated groundwater ecosystem
H Huang, Y Jiang, J Zhao, S Li, S Schulz, L Deng
Journal of Hazardous Materials 419, 126205, 2021
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