Misha Mehta
Misha Mehta
Principal Scientist I Roche Molecular Systems
Verified email at roche.com
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An inner membrane cytochrome required only for reduction of high redox potential extracellular electron acceptors
CE Levar, CH Chan, MG Mehta-Kolte, DR Bond
MBio 5 (6), 2014
802014
Geothrix fermentans secretes two different redox-active compounds to utilize electron acceptors across a wide range of redox potentials
MG Mehta-Kolte, DR Bond
Applied and environmental microbiology 78 (19), 6987-6995, 2012
522012
Mechanism of H2S oxidation by the dissimilatory perchlorate-reducing microorganism Azospira suillum PS
MG Mehta-Kolte, D Loutey, O Wang, MD Youngblut, CG Hubbard, ...
MBio 8 (1), 2017
172017
Phylogenetic and phenotypic analyses of arsenic-reducing bacteria isolated from an old tin mine area in Thailand
P Jareonmit, M Mehta, MJ Sadowsky, K Sajjaphan
World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 28 (5), 2287-2292, 2012
82012
Functional redundancy in perchlorate and nitrate electron transport chains and rewiring respiratory pathways to alter terminal electron acceptor preference
O Wang, RA Melnyk, MG Mehta-Kolte, MD Youngblut, HK Carlson, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 9, 376, 2018
52018
Adaptation of Desulfovibrio alaskensis G20 to perchlorate, a specific inhibitor of sulfate reduction
MG Mehta‐Kolte, MK Stoeva, A Mehra, SA Redford, MD Youngblut, ...
Environmental microbiology 21 (4), 1395-1406, 2019
32019
Metal reduction by Geothrix fermentans
MG Mehta
22013
Adaptive evolution of Desulfovibrio alaskensis G20 for developing resistance to perchlorate
MG Mehta-Kolte, M Youngblut, S Redford, P Gregoire, HK Carlson, ...
AGUFM 2015, B23C-0628, 2015
2015
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