Sou Miyake
TitleCited byYear
The status of coral reef ecology research in the Red Sea
ML Berumen, AS Hoey, WH Bass, J Bouwmeester, D Catania, ...
Coral reefs 32 (3), 737-748, 2013
Diet strongly influences the gut microbiota of surgeonfishes
S Miyake, DK Ngugi, U Stingl
Molecular ecology 24 (3), 656-672, 2015
Phylogenetic diversity, distribution, and cophylogeny of giant bacteria (Epulopiscium) with their surgeonfish hosts in the Red Sea
S Miyake, DK Ngugi, U Stingl
Frontiers in microbiology 7, 285, 2016
Genomic diversification of giant enteric symbionts reflects host dietary lifestyles
DK Ngugi, S Miyake, M Cahill, M Vinu, TJ Hackmann, J Blom, MD Tietbohl, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (36), E7592-E7601, 2017
S Miyake, U Stingl
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Microbial Communities of Red Sea Coral Reefs
MJ Neave, A Apprill, G Aeby, S Miyake, CR Voolstra
Coral Reefs of the Red Sea, 53-68, 2019
Insights into the microbiota of Asian seabass (Lates calcarifer) with tenacibaculosis symptoms and description of sp. nov. Tenacibaculum singaporense
S Miyake, M Soh, MN Azman, SY Ngoh, L Orban, H Seedorf
bioRxiv, 472001, 2018
Complete Genome Sequence of Sponge-Associated Tenacibaculum mesophilum DSM 13764T
S Miyake, M Soh, Y Ding, H Seedorf
Microbiology resource announcements 8 (48), 2019
Schaedlerella arabinosiphila gen. nov., sp. nov., a D-arabinose-utilizing bacterium isolated from faeces of C57BL/6J mice that is a close relative of Clostridium species ASF 502
M Soh, S Miyake, A Lim, Y Ding, H Seedorf
International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology 69 (11 …, 2019
Complete Genome Sequence of Duncaniella muris Strain B8, Isolated from the Feces of C57/BL6 Mice
S Miyake, Y Ding, M Soh, H Seedorf
Microbiology resource announcements 8 (30), e00566-19, 2019
Description of Schaedlerella arabinophila gen. nov., sp. nov., a D-arabinose utilizing bacterium isolated from feces of C57BL/6J mice and a close relative of Clostridium sp …
M Soh, S Miyake, A Lim, H Seedorf
bioRxiv, 496661, 2018
Studies on the structure and function of intestinal microbes of surgeonfishes in the central Red Sea with a focus on the giant bacteria Epulopiscium spp.
S Miyake
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