Thomas R. Greve

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The need for a microbial identification of Streptococcus pneumoniae independent of culture methods has resulted in the introduction of other laboratory principles. The verification of a proper and exclusive gene for the detection of the pneumococcus by nucleic acid-based tests is, however, still unresolved. A previously published lytA-gene-specific(More)
We present ~0.6” resolution IRAM PdBI interferometry of eight submillimeter galaxies at z~2 to 3.4, where we detect continuum at 1mm and/or CO lines at 3 and 1 mm. The CO 3-2/4-3 line profiles in five of the sources are double-peaked, indicative of orbital motion either in a single rotating disk or of a merger of two galaxies. The millimeter line and(More)
We present maps, source catalogue and number counts of the largest, most complete and unbiased extragalactic submillimetre survey: the 850-μm SCUBA Half-Degree Extragalactic ⋆E-mail: C © 2006 The Authors. Journal compilation C © 2006 RAS at U n iv esity o f S u ssex o n Ju n e 9 , 2 0 1 4 h tp //m n rs.o x fo rd jo u rn as.o rg / D o w(More)
We report subarcsecond resolution IRAMPdBI millimeter CO interferometry of four z 2 submillimeter galaxies (SMGs), and sensitive CO(3Y2) flux limits toward three z 2 UV/optically selected star-forming galaxies. The new data reveal for the first time spatially resolved CO gas kinematics in the observed SMGs. Two of the SMGs show double or multiple(More)
We present a full high resolution SPIRE FTS spectrum of the nearby ultraluminous infrared galaxy Mrk 231. In total 25 lines are detected, including CO J = 5−4 through J = 13−12, 7 rotational lines of H2O, 3 of OH and one line each of H2O, CH, and HF. We find that the excitation of the CO rotational levels up to J = 8 can be accounted for by UV radiation(More)
In the past decade, our understanding of galaxy evolution has been revolutionized by the discovery that luminous, dusty starburst galaxies were 1,000 times more abundant in the early Universe than at present. It has, however, been difficult to measure the complete redshift distribution of these objects, especially at the highest redshifts (z > 4). Here we(More)
High-resolution submillimetre (submm) imaging of the high-redshift radio galaxy (HzRG), 4C 60.07, at z = 3.8, has revealed two dusty components of roughly equal integrated flux. Spitzer imaging shows that one of these components (‘B’) is coincident with an extremely red active galactic nucleus (AGN), offset by ∼4 arcsec (∼30 kpc) from the HzRG core. The(More)
We present high spatial resolution (0.4 arcsec, 3.5 kpc) Plateau de Bure Interferometer interferometric data on three ultraluminous infrared galaxies (ULIRGs) at z ∼ 2: two submillimetre galaxies (SMGs) and one submillimetre faint star-forming radio galaxy. The three galaxies have been robustly detected in CO rotational transitions, either 12CO (J = 4→3) or(More)
We report the first counts of faint submillimetre galaxies (SMG) in the 870-μm band derived from arcsecond resolution observations with the Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA). We have used ALMA to map a sample of 122 870-μm-selected submillimetre sources drawn from the 0.5 × 0.5 LABOCA Extended Chandra Deep Field South Submillimetre Survey (LESS). These(More)
Determining an accurate position for a submillimetre (submm) galaxy (SMG) is the crucial step that enables us to move from the basic properties of an SMG sample – source counts and 2-D clustering – to an assessment of their detailed, multi-wavelength properties, their contribution to the history of cosmic star formation and their links with present-day(More)