Chris van der Gast
Chris van der Gast
Professor of Microbiology at Manchester Metropolitan University
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The role of ecological theory in microbial ecology
JI Prosser, BJM Bohannan, TP Curtis, RJ Ellis, MK Firestone, ...
Nature Reviews Microbiology 5 (5), 384-392, 2007
Bioaugmentation for bioremediation: the challenge of strain selection
IP Thompson, CJ van der Gast, L Ciric, AC Singer
Environmental Microbiology 7 (7), 909-915, 2005
Larger islands house more bacterial taxa
T Bell, D Ager, JI Song, JA Newman, IP Thompson, AK Lilley, ...
Science 308, 1884, 2005
The role of local environment and geographical distance in determining community composition of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi at the landscape scale
C Hazard, P Gosling, CJ van der Gast, DT Mitchell, FM Doohan, ...
The ISME Journal 7 (7), 498-508, 2013
Partitioning core and satellite taxa from within cystic fibrosis lung bacterial communities
CJ van der Gast, AW Walker, FA Stressmann, GB Rogers, P Scott, ...
The ISME Journal 5 (5), 780-791, 2011
Neutral assembly of bacterial communities
S Woodcock, CJ van der Gast, T Bell, M Lunn, TP Curtis, IM Head, ...
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 62 (2), 171-180, 2007
Clinical measures of disease in adult non-CF bronchiectasis correlate with airway microbiota composition
GB Rogers, CJ van der Gast, L Cuthbertson, SK Thomson, KD Bruce, ...
Thorax 68, 731-737, 2013
Perspectives and vision for strain selection in bioaugmentation
AC Singer, CJ van der Gast, IP Thompson
Trends in Biotechnology 23 (2), 74-77, 2005
Long-term cultivation-independent microbial diversity analysis demonstrates that bacterial communities infecting the adult cystic fibrosis lung show stability and resilience
FA Stressmann, GB Rogers, CJ Van Der Gast, P Marsh, LS Vermeer, ...
Thorax 67 (10), 867-873, 2012
Temporal scaling of bacterial taxa is influenced by both stochastic and deterministic ecological factors
CJ van der Gast, D Ager, AK Lilley
Environmental Microbiology 10 (6), 1411-1418, 2008
The effect of electrokinetics on soil microbial communities
G Lear, MJ Harbottle, CJ van der Gast, SA Jackman, CJ Knowles, G Sills, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 36 (11), 1751-1760, 2004
Do patterns of bacterial diversity along salinity gradients differ from those observed for macroorganisms?
J Wang, D Yang, Y Zhang, J Shen, C van der Gast, MW Hahn, Q Wu
PloS One 6 (11), e27597, 2011
Spatial scaling of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal diversity is affected by farming practice
CJ van der Gast, P Gosling, B Tiwari, GD Bending
Environmental Microbiology 13 (1), 241-249, 2011
The impact of zero-valent iron nanoparticles on a river water bacterial community
RJ Barnes, CJ van der Gast, O Riba, LE Lehtovirta, JI Prosser, PJ Dobson, ...
Journal of Hazardous Materials 184 (1), 73-80, 2010
Bacterioplankton community diversity in a maritime Antarctic lake, determined by culture‐dependent and culture‐independent techniques
DA Pearce, CJ van der Gast, B Lawley, JC Ellis‐Evans
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 45 (1), 59-70, 2003
Anthropogenic disturbance affects the structure of bacterial communities
D Ager, S Evans, H Li, AK Lilley, CJ van der Gast
Environmental Microbiology 12 (3), 670-678, 2010
The response of marine picoplankton to ocean acidification
LK Newbold, AE Oliver, T Booth, B Tiwari, T DeSantis, M Maguire, ...
Environmental Microbiology 14 (9), 2293-2307, 2012
Respiratory microbiota resistance and resilience to pulmonary exacerbation and subsequent antimicrobial intervention
L Cuthbertson, GB Rogers, AW Walker, A Oliver, LE Green, TWV Daniels, ...
The ISME Journal 10, 1081-1091, 2016
Temporal dynamics and degradation activity of an bacterial inoculum for treating waste metal‐working fluid
CJ van der Gast, AS Whiteley, IP Thompson
Environmental Microbiology 6 (3), 254-263, 2004
Reducing bias in bacterial community analysis of lower respiratory infections
GB Rogers, L Cuthbertson, LR Hoffman, PAC Wing, C Pope, ...
The ISME Journal 7 (7), 697-706, 2013
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