Mania, Daniel; Heylen, Kim; van Spanning, Rob MJ; Frostegård, Åsa Helena (2016) Regulation of nitrogen metabolism in the nitrate-ammonifying soil bacterium Bacillus vireti and evidence for its ability to grow using N2O as electron acceptor. Environmental Microbiology 2016 ;Volum 18.(9) s. 2937-2950
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Qu, Zhi; Bakken, Lars; Molstad, Lars; Frostegård, Åsa Helena; Bergaust, Linda Liberg (2016) Transcriptional and metabolic regulation of denitrification in Paracoccus denitrificans allows low but significant activity of nitrous oxide reductase under oxic conditions. Environmental Microbiology 2016 ;Volum 18.(9) s. 2951-2963
Bueno, Emilio; Mania, Daniel; Frostegård, Åsa Helena; Bedmar, Eulogio J.; Bakken, Lars; Delgado, Maria J. (2015) Anoxic growth of Ensifer meliloti 1021 by N2O-reduction, a potential mitigation strategy. Frontiers in Microbiology 2015 ;Volum 6.(MAY)
Hassan J, Bergaust L, Molstad L, deVries S, Bakken LR (2015) Homeostatic control of NO at nanomolar concentrations in denitrifying bacteria - modelling and in vivo experimental determination of nitric oxide reductase kinetics in the model organism Paracoccus denitrificans. Environmental Microbiology (in press) DOI: 10.1111/1462-2920.13129
Hassan J, Bergaust L, Qu Z, Bakken LR (2015) Transient accumulation of NO2- and N2O during denitrification explained by assuming cell diversification by stochastic transcription of denitrification genes. PLOS Computational Biology (in press). DOI 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1004621
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Hassan J, Bergaust L, Wheat D, Bakken LR (2014) Low probability of initiating the nirS transcription explains the observed gas kinetics and growth of bacteria switching from aerobic respiration to denitrification. PLOS Comp Biol (published Nov 06 2014 Doi:10.1371/journal.pcpi.1003933)
Liu B, Frostegård Å, Bakken LR (2014) Impaired reduction of N2O to N2 in acid soil is due to a post transcriptional intereference with the expression of nosZ. mBio 5(3): e01383-14. doi:10.1128/mBio.01383-14. (available online )
Mania D, Heylen K, van Spanning R, Frostegård Å (2014) The nitrate-ammonifying and nosZ carrying bacterium Bacillus vireti is a potent source and sink for nitric and nitrous oxide under high nitrate conditions. Environmental Microbiology (in press, available online)
Qu Z, Wang J, Almøy T, Bakken LR (2014) Excessive use of nitrogen in Chinese agriculture results in high N2O/(N2O+N2) product ratio of denitrification, primarily due to acidification of the soils. Biology of Global Change 20:1685-1698 open online
Liu B, Mao YJ, Bergaust L, Bakken LR, Frostegård Å (2013) Strains in the genus Thauera exibit remarkably different denitrification regulatory phenotypes. Environmental Microbiology 15:2816-2828.
Nadeem S, Almaas A, Dörsch P, Bakken LR (2013) Sequential extraction of denitrifying organisms from soils; strongly attached cells produce less N2O than loosely attached cells. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 67: 62-69. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.soilbio.2013.08.007
Raut N, Dörsch P, Sitaula BK, Bakken LR (2013) Soil acidification by intensified crop production in South East Asia results in higher N2O/(N2 +N2O) product ratio of denitrification. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 55, 104-1012 (download pdf)