Carl Yeoman

Assistant Professor of Microbiology
Department of Animal and Range Sciences
Montana State University

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(16.) Gomez AM, Luckey D, Yeoman CJ, Marietta EV, Berg Miller ME, Murray JA, White BA, Taneja V. (2012) Loss of sex and age driven differences in the gut microbiome characterize arthritis-susceptible *401 mice but not arthritis-resistant *402 mice. PLoS One In press

(15.) Yeoman CJ. (2012) Simian Metagenomics. In, Encyclopedia of Metagenomics, Animals. Ed. Karen E Nelson (Editor in Chief), Bryan A White, Sarah Highlander, Francisco Rodriguez-Valera (Volume editors). Springer; refworks.springer.com/mrw/index.php?id=3638.

(14.) Berg Miller ME, Yeoman CJ, Chia N, Tringe SG, Edwards RA, Flint HJ, Lamed R, Bayer EA, White BA. (2012) Phage-bacteria relationships and CRISPR elements revealed by a metagenomic survey of the rumen microbiome. Environmental Microbiology 14(1) 207-227

(13.) White BA, Gomez AM, Ho M, Berg Miller M, Thomas S, Yeoman CJ, Yildirim S, Creedon DJ, Goldberg T, Leigh SR, Nelson KE, Stumpf RM, WilsonBA. (2011) Comparative analysis of the vaginal microbiome in health and disease. Genome Biology 11: S1  4

(12.) Brulc JM, Yeoman CJ, Wilson MK, Berg Miller ME, Jeraldo P, Jindou S, Goldenfeld N, Flint HJ, Lamed R, Borovok I, Vodovnik M, Nelson KE, Bayer EA, White BA. (2011) Cellulosomics, a gene-centric approach to investigating the intraspecific diversity and adaptation of Ruminococcus flavefaciens within the rumen. PLoS One 6(10) e25329

(11.) Kabel MA, Yeoman CJ, Han Y, Dodd D, Abbas CA, de Bont JA, Morrison M, Cann IK, Mackie RI. (2011) Biochemical characterization and relative expression levels of multiple carbohydrate esterases by the xylanolytic rumen bacterium Prevotella ruminicola 23 grown on an ester-enriched substrate. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 77(16) 5671-5681

(10.) Amato K, Yeoman CJ, Righini N, Kent A, Estrada A, Munoz D, Stumpf RM, White BA, Nelson KE, Torralba M, Gillis M, Leigh SR. (2011) Gastrointestinal microbial community composition and habitat structure in howler monkeys (Alouatta pigra).  American Journal of Physical Anthropology 144(S52): 75.

(9.) Yildirim S, Rivera AJ, Leigh SR, Yeoman CJ, White BA, GoldbergTL, Wilson BA, Stumpf RM. (2011) Vaginal microbial community structure and maternal ecology in primates. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 144(S52): 315-316.

 (8.) Yeoman CJ, Kelly WJ, Rakonjac J, Leahy SC, Altermann E, Attwood GT. (2011) The large episomes of Butyrivibrio proteoclasticus B316(T) have arisen through intragenomic gene shuttling from the chromosome to smaller Butyrivibrio-specific plasmids. Plasmid 66(2) 67-78

(7.) Yeoman CJ, Chia N, Yildirim S, Berg Miller ME, Kent A, Stumpf R, Leigh SR, Nelson KE, White BA, Wilson BA. (2011) Towards an Evolutionary Model of Animal-Associated Microbiomes. Entropy 13(3) 570 - 594

(6.) Yildirim S, Yeoman CJ, Sipos M, Torralba M, Wilson BA, Goldberg TL, Stumpf RM, Leigh SR, White BA, Nelson KE. (2010) Characterization of the fecal microbiome from non-human wild primates reveals species specific microbial communities. PLoS One 5(11) e13963

(5.) Yeoman CJ, Yildirim S, Thomas SM, Durkin AS, Torralba M, Sutton G, Buhay CJ, Ding Y, Dugan-Rocha SP, Muzny DM, Qin X, Gibbs RA, Leigh SR, Stumpf R, White BA, Highlander SK, Nelson KE, Wilson BA. (2010) Comparative genomics of Gardnerella vaginalis strains reveals substantial differences in metabolic and virulence potential. PLoS One 5( 8 ): e12411 [research applauded at http://f1000.com/10923958]

(4.) Kelly WJ, Leahy SC, Altermann E, Yeoman CJ, Dunne JC, Kong Z, Pacheco DM, Li D, Noel SJ, Moon CD, Cookson AL, Attwood GT. (2010) The glycobiome of the rumen bacterium Butyrivibrio proteoclasticus B316(T) highlights adaptation to a polysaccharide-rich environment. PLoS One 5( 8 ): e11942

(3.) Leahy SC, Kelly WJ, Altermann E, Ronimus RS, Yeoman CJ, Pacheco DM, Li D, Kong Z, McTavish S, Sang C, Lambie SC, Janssen PH, Dey D, Attwood GT. (2010) The genome of the rumen methanogen Methanobrevibacter ruminantium reveals new possibilities for controlling ruminant methane emissions. PLoS One 5(1): e8926

(2.) Yeoman CJ, Han Y, Dodd D, Schroeder CM, Mackie RI, Cann IK. (2010) Thermostable enzymes as biocatalysts in the biofuel industry. Advances in Applied Microbiology 70: 1 - 55

(1.) Brulc JM, Yeoman CJ, Nelson KE, White BA. (2010) Emerging methods in rumen microbiology. Proc. Graz. Livestock Nutr. Conf. Hess BW, DelCurto T, Bowman JGP, Waterman RC. (eds) Proceedings of the Western Section of the American Society of Animal Science.

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