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In vitro culture and cryopreservation of Uronema marinum isolated from farmed New Zealand groper (Polyprion oxygeneios).
Marine microbial metagenomes sampled across space and time
A dataset comprising over 5 terabases of metagenomic data from 610 samples spanning diverse regions of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, containing genomic information from a diverse range of bacteria, archaea, eukaryotes and viruses is presented.
Persistence of oral polio vaccine virus after its removal from the immunisation schedule in New Zealand
DNA identification of ciliates associated with disease outbreaks in a New Zealand marine fish hatchery.
- P. J. Smith, S. M. McVeagh, D. Hulston, S. Anderson, Y. Gublin
- BiologyDiseases of aquatic organisms
- 23 September 2009
Sequencing part of the SSU rRNA provided a rapid tool for the identification and monitoring of scuticociliates in the hatchery and allowed the first identification of these species in farmed fish in New Zealand.
Bacterial abundance, processes and diversity responses to acidification at a coastal CO2 vent.
- T. Burrell, E. W. Maas, D. Hulston, C. Law
- Environmental ScienceFEMS microbiology letters
- 1 September 2015
There were significant differences in bacterial community composition in the vent water relative to the control and acidified water after 84 h, including the presence of extremophiles which may influence carbohydrate degradation.
Cryopreservation of marine thraustochytrids (Labyrinthulomycetes).
Variable response to warming and ocean acidification by bacterial processes in different plankton communities
Publisher Correction: Marine microbial metagenomes sampled across space and time
Due to a typesetting error, 25 rows were omitted from Table 3 in the original version of this Data Descriptor. These missing rows correspond to the following sample names:
It is clarified that some, but not all, samples that were positive by ELISA were confirmed with GC/MS, which had no impact on the results of comparing maternal to neonatal hair levels in the paper, so that the paper’s conclusions remain the same.
Planktonic protist diversity across contrasting Subtropical and Subantarctic waters of the southwest Pacific
This study represents a significant step forward towards characterizing protistan communities composition in relation to major water masses and fronts in the South Pacific providing new insights about the biogeography and ecological preferences of different taxa from class to species and genotypic level.