Maeva Fincker
Maeva Fincker
PhD candidate in Environmental Engineering, Stanford University
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Biochemistry of catabolic reductive dehalogenation
M Fincker, AM Spormann
Annual review of biochemistry 86, 357-386, 2017
Metabolic strategies of marine subseafloor Chloroflexi inferred from genome reconstructions
M Fincker, JA Huber, VJ Orphan, MS Rappé, A Teske, AM Spormann
Environmental Microbiology 22 (8), 3188-3204, 2020
1,2-Dichloroethane Exposure Alters the Population Structure, Metabolism, and Kinetics of a Trichloroethene-Dechlorinating Dehalococcoides mccartyi Consortium
K Mayer-Blackwell, M Fincker, O Molenda, B Callahan, H Sewell, ...
Environmental science & technology 50 (22), 12187-12196, 2016
Comparative physiology of organohalide-respiring bacteria
K Mayer-Blackwell, H Sewell, M Fincker, AM Spormann
Organohalide-respiring bacteria, 259-280, 2016
Fine-Tuned Protein Production in Methanosarcina acetivorans C2A
AA Karim, DR Gestaut, M Fincker, JC Ruth, EC Holmes, W Sheu, ...
ACS Synthetic Biology 7 (8), 1874-1885, 2018
Genomic and Physiological Features of Slow-Growing Chloroflexi
M Fincker
Stanford University, 2020
2016 C-DEBI Site Visit Poster List and Abstracts (20) Radiolytic hydrogen production in the South Pacific subseafloor basaltic aquifer
ME Dzaugis, AJ Spivack, AG Dunlea, RW Murray, S D’Hondt, M Fincker, ...
Prediction prokaryotic incubation times from genomic features
M Fincker
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