Zahra F Islam
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Atmospheric carbon monoxide oxidation is a widespread mechanism supporting microbial survival
PRF Cordero, K Bayly, P Man Leung, C Huang, ZF Islam, ...
The ISME journal 13 (11), 2868-2881, 2019
Two Chloroflexi classes independently evolved the ability to persist on atmospheric hydrogen and carbon monoxide
ZF Islam, PRF Cordero, J Feng, YJ Chen, SK Bay, T Jirapanjawat, ...
The ISME journal 13 (7), 1801-1813, 2019
A widely distributed hydrogenase oxidises atmospheric H2 during bacterial growth
ZF Islam, C Welsh, K Bayly, R Grinter, G Southam, EJ Gagen, C Greening
The ISME journal 14 (11), 2649-2658, 2020
Multiple energy sources and metabolic strategies sustain microbial diversity in Antarctic desert soils
M Ortiz, PM Leung, G Shelley, T Jirapanjawat, PA Nauer, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (45), e2025322118, 2021
Hydrogen is a major lifeline for aerobic bacteria
C Greening, ZF Islam, SK Bay
Trends in Microbiology 30 (4), 330-337, 2022
Putative iron-sulfur proteins are required for hydrogen consumption and enhance survival of mycobacteria
ZF Islam, PRF Cordero, C Greening
Frontiers in microbiology 10, 2749, 2019
Molecular hydrogen is an overlooked energy source for marine bacteria
R Lappan, G Shelley, ZF Islam, PM Leung, S Lockwood, PA Nauer, ...
bioRxiv, 2022
314 Exploiting enzymes as a powerful tool to modulate the gut microbiota
H Yang, X Jia, Y Han, B Kumar, S Lam, M Adam, R Gilroy, MJ Pallen, ...
Microbiology 30 (4), 0966-842X, 2022
Determinants of Atmospheric Trace Gas Oxidation in Bacteria
ZF Islam
Monash University, 2020
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