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1.

Intrinsic bioremediation in a solvent-contaminated alluvial groundwater.

Williams RA, Shuttle KA, Kunkler JL, Madsen EL, Hooper SW.

J Ind Microbiol Biotechnol. 1997 Feb-Mar;18(2-3):177-88.

PMID:
9134765
2.

Two independently regulated cytochromes P-450 in a Rhodococcus rhodochrous strain that degrades 2-ethoxyphenol and 4-methoxybenzoate.

Karlson U, Dwyer DF, Hooper SW, Moore ER, Timmis KN, Eltis LD.

J Bacteriol. 1993 Mar;175(5):1467-74.

3.

Catabolic plasmids of environmental and ecological significance.

Sayler GS, Hooper SW, Layton AC, King JM.

Microb Ecol. 1990 Jan;19(1):1-20. doi: 10.1007/BF02015050.

PMID:
24196251
4.

The TOL (pWW0) catabolic plasmid.

Burlage RS, Hooper SW, Sayler GS.

Appl Environ Microbiol. 1989 Jun;55(6):1323-8. Review. No abstract available.

5.

Characteristics and restriction analysis of the 4-chlorobiphenyl catabolic plasmid, pSS50.

Hooper SW, Dockendorff TC, Sayler GS.

Appl Environ Microbiol. 1989 May;55(5):1286-8.

6.

Fate of genetically-engineered bacteria in activated sludge microcosms.

Dwyer DF, Hooper SW, Rojo F, Timmis KN.

Schriftenr Ver Wasser Boden Lufthyg. 1988;78:267-76. Review.

PMID:
3074483
7.

Plasmid-mediated mineralization of 4-chlorobiphenyl.

Shields MS, Hooper SW, Sayler GS.

J Bacteriol. 1985 Sep;163(3):882-9.

8.

Application of DNA-DNA colony hybridization to the detection of catabolic genotypes in environmental samples.

Sayler GS, Shields MS, Tedford ET, Breen A, Hooper SW, Sirotkin KM, Davis JW.

Appl Environ Microbiol. 1985 May;49(5):1295-303.

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