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Kayla Borton
Soil and Crop Sciences
College of Agricultural Sciences

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    Daly, Reb Anne, Roux, S., Borton, Kayla Ann, Morgan, D. M., Johnston, M. D., Booker, A. E., Hoyt, D. W., Meulia, T., Wolfe, R. A., Hanson, Andrea, Mouser, P. J., Sullivan, M. B., Wrighton, Kelly Catherine, Wilkins, Mike James, (2019) Viruses control dominant bacteria colonizing the terrestrial deep biosphere after hydraulic fracturing Nature Microbiology 4 352–361

    Borton, Kayla Ann, Daly, Reb Anne, O'Banion, Bridget, Hoyt, David W, Marcus, Daniel N, Welch, Susan, Hastings, Sybille S, Meulia, Tea, Wolfe, Richard Alan, Booker, Anne E, others, , (2018) Comparative genomics and physiology of the genus Methanohalophilus, a prevalent methanogen in hydraulically fractured shale Environmental microbiology

    Borton, Kayla Ann, Hoyt, David W, Roux, Simon, Daly, Reb Anne, Welch, Susan A, Nicora, Carrie D, Purvine, Samuel, Eder, Elizabeth K, Hanson, Andrea, Sheets, Julie M, others, , (2018) Coupled laboratory and field investigations resolve microbial interactions that underpin persistence in hydraulically fractured shales Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 28 E6585--E6594

    Borton, Kayla Ann, Hoyt, David W, Roux, Simon, Daly, Reb Anne, Welch, Susan A, Nicora, Carrie D, Purvine, Samuel, Eder, Elizabeth K, Hanson, Andrea, Sheets, Julie M, others, , (2018) Coupled laboratory and field investigations resolve microbial interactions that underpin persistence in hydraulically fractured shales Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 28 E6585--E6594

    Sabag-Daigle, Anice, Wu, Jikang, Borton, Kayla Ann, Sengupta, Anindita, Gopalan, Venkat, Wrighton, Kelly Catherine, Wysocki, Vicki H, Ahmer, Brian MM, (2018) Identification of bacterial species that can utilize fructose-asparagine Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 84 5 e01957--17

    Wu, Jikang, Sabag-Daigle, Anice, Borton, Kayla Ann, Kop, Linnea FM, Szkoda, Blake E, Kaiser, Brooke L Deatherage, Lindemann, Stephen R, Renslow, Ryan S, Wei, Siwei, Nicora, Carrie D, others, , (2018) Salmonella-mediated inflammation eliminates competitors for fructose-asparagine in the gut. Infection and immunity IAI--00945

    Martins, Paula Dalcin, Danczak, Robert E, Roux, Simon, Frank, Jeroen, Borton, Kayla Ann, Wolfe, Richard Alan, Burris, Marie N, Wilkins, Mike James, (2018) Viral and metabolic controls on high rates of microbial sulfur and carbon cycling in wetland ecosystems Microbiome 6 1 138

    Borton, Kayla Ann, Sabag-Daigle, Anice, Wu, Jikang, Solden, Lindsey M, O’Banion, Bridget S, Daly, Reb Anne, Wolfe, Richard Alan, Gonzalez, Juan F, Wysocki, Vicki H, Ahmer, Brian MM, others, , (2017) Chemical and pathogen-induced inflammation disrupt the murine intestinal microbiome Microbiome 5 1 47

    Angle, Jordan C, Morin, Timothy H, Solden, Lindsey M, Narrowe, Adrienne B, Smith, Garrett Joseph, Borton, Kayla Ann, Rey-Sanchez, Camilo, Daly, Reb Anne, Mirfenderesgi, Golnazalsdat, Hoyt, David W, others, , (2017) Methanogenesis in oxygenated soils is a substantial fraction of wetland methane emissions Nature Communications 8 1 1567

    Booker, Anne Elizabeth, Borton, Kayla Ann, Daly, Reb Anne, Nicora, Carrie, Welch, Sue, Dusane, Devendra, Johnston, Michael, Sharma, Shikha, Mouser, Paula J, Cole, David R, others, , (2017) "Potential Repercussions Associated with Halanaerobium Colonization of Hydraulically Fractured Shales (226730)"

    Booker, Anne E, Borton, Kayla Ann, Daly, Reb Anne, Welch, Susan A, Nicora, Carrie D, Hoyt, David W, Wilson, Travis, Purvine, Samuel O, Wolfe, Richard Alan, Sharma, Shikha, others, , (2017) Sulfide generation by dominant Halanaerobium microorganisms in hydraulically fractured shales mSphere 2 4 e00257--17

    Booker, Anne E, Borton, Kayla Ann, Daly, Reb Anne, Welch, Susan A, Nicora, Carrie D, Hoyt, David W, Wilson, Travis, Purvine, Samuel O, Wolfe, Richard Alan, Sharma, Shikha, others, , (2017) Sulfide generation by dominant Halanaerobium microorganisms in hydraulically fractured shales mSphere 2 4 e00257--17

    Mouser, Paula J, Borton, Kayla Ann, Darrah, Thomas H, Hartsock, Angela, Wrighton, Kelly Catherine, (2016) Hydraulic fracturing offers view of microbial life in the deep terrestrial subsurface FEMS microbiology ecology 92 11

    Borton, Kayla Ann, Daly, Reb Anne, Morgan, David M, Booker, Anne E, Hoyt, David W, Mouser, Paula J, Sharma, Shikha, Wilkins, Mike James, Wrighton, Kelly Catherine, (2016) "Methanohalophilus is the Dominant Source of Biogenic Methane in Hydraulically Fractured Shales"

    Daly, Reb Anne, Borton, Kayla Ann, Wilkins, Mike James, Hoyt, David W, Kountz, Duncan J, Wolfe, Richard Alan, Welch, Susan A, Marcus, Daniel N, Trexler, Ryan V, MacRae, Jean D, others, , (2016) Microbial metabolisms in a 2.5-km-deep ecosystem created by hydraulic fracturing in shales Nature microbiology 1 10 16146

    Daly, Reb Anne, Borton, Kayla Ann, Wilkins, Mike James, Hoyt, David W, Kountz, Duncan J, Wolfe, Richard Alan, Welch, Susan A, Marcus, Daniel N, Trexler, Ryan V, MacRae, Jean D, others, , (2016) Microbial metabolisms in a 2.5-km-deep ecosystem created by hydraulic fracturing in shales Nature microbiology 1 10 16146

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