Gary Sayler
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The extraction and purification of microbial DNA from sediments
A Ogram, GS Sayler, T Barkay
Journal of microbiological methods 7 (2-3), 57-66, 1987
Real-time PCR quantification of nitrifying bacteria in a municipal wastewater treatment plant
G Harms, AC Layton, HM Dionisi, IR Gregory, VM Garrett, SA Hawkins, ...
Environmental science & technology 37 (2), 343-351, 2003
Development of Bacteroides 16S rRNA Gene TaqMan-Based Real-Time PCR Assays for Estimation of Total, Human, and Bovine Fecal Pollution in Water
A Layton, L McKay, D Williams, V Garrett, R Gentry, G Sayler
Applied and environmental microbiology 72 (6), 4214-4224, 2006
Rapid and Sensitive Bioluminescent Reporter Technology for Naphthalene Exposure and Biodegradation
GS King, J.M.H, P.M. DiGrazia, B. Applegate, J. Sanseverino, P. Dunbar, F ...
Science 249, 778:781, 1990
Quantification of Nitrosomonas oligotropha-Like Ammonia-Oxidizing Bacteria and Nitrospira spp. from Full-Scale Wastewater Treatment Plants by Competitive PCR
HM Dionisi, AC Layton, G Harms, IR Gregory, KG Robinson, GS Sayler
Applied and environmental microbiology 68 (1), 245-253, 2002
In vivo biosensor apparatus and method of use
GS Sayler, ML Simpson, BM Applegate, SA Ripp
US Patent 6,673,596, 2004
Gene network shaping of inherent noise spectra
DW Austin, MS Allen, JM McCollum, RD Dar, JR Wilgus, GS Sayler, ...
Nature 439 (7076), 608-611, 2006
Mineralization of steroidal hormones by biosolids in wastewater treatment systems in Tennessee USA
AC Layton, BW Gregory, JR Seward, TW Schultz, GS Sayler
Environmental Science & Technology 34 (18), 3925-3931, 2000
Optical biosensor for environmental on-line monitoring of naphthalene and salicylate bioavailability with an immobilized bioluminescent catabolic reporter bacterium
A Heitzer, K Malachowsky, JE Thonnard, PR Bienkowski, DC White, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 60 (5), 1487-1494, 1994
Field applications of genetically engineered microorganisms for bioremediation processes
GS Sayler, S Ripp
Current opinion in biotechnology 11 (3), 286-289, 2000
Attributing Effects of Aqueous C60 Nano-Aggregates to Tetrahydrofuran Decomposition Products in Larval Zebrafish by Assessment of Gene Expression
TB Henry, FM Menn, JT Fleming, J Wilgus, RN Compton, GS Sayler
Environmental Health Perspectives 115 (7), 1059-1065, 2007
A Chromosomally Based tod-luxCDABEWhole-Cell Reporter for Benzene, Toluene, Ethybenzene, and Xylene (BTEX) Sensing
BM Applegate, SR Kehrmeyer, GS Sayler
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 64 (7), 2730-2735, 1998
Catabolic plasmids of environmental and ecological significance
GS Sayler, SW Hooper, AC Layton, JM King
Microbial Ecology 19 (1), 1-20, 1990
Environmental application of nucleic acid hybridization
GS Sayler, AC Layton
Annual review of microbiology 44, 625-648, 1990
An overview on the marine neurotoxin, saxitoxin: genetics, molecular targets, methods of detection and ecological functions
KD Cusick, GS Sayler
Marine Drugs 11 (4), 991-1018, 2013
Frequency domain analysis of noise in autoregulated gene circuits
ML Simpson, CD Cox, GS Sayler
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (8), 4551-4556, 2003
Estrogen content of dairy and swine wastes
DR Raman, EL Williams, AC Layton, RT Burns, JP Easter, AS Daugherty, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 38 (13), 3567-3573, 2004
Application of DNA-DNA colony hybridization to the detection of catabolic genotypes in environmental samples
GS Sayler, MS Shields, ET Tedford, A Breen, SW Hooper, KM Sirotkin, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 49 (5), 1295-1303, 1985
Specific and quantitative assessment of naphthalene and salicylate bioavailability by using a bioluminescent catabolic reporter bacterium
A Heitzer, OF Webb, JE Thonnard, GS Sayler
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 58 (6), 1839-1846, 1992
In Vivo Bioluminescent Imaging (BLI): Noninvasive Visualization and Interrogation of Biological Processes in Living Animals
DM Close, T Xu, GS Sayler, S Ripp
Sensors 11 (1), 180-206, 2010
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