Edward Ruby
Edward Ruby
Professor of Medical Microbiology and Immunology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Verified email at wisc.edu
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Animals in a bacterial world, a new imperative for the life sciences
M McFall-Ngai, MG Hadfield, TCG Bosch, HV Carey, T Domazet-Lošo, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (9), 3229-3236, 2013
17132013
LESSONS FROM A COOPERATIVE, BACTERIAL-ANIMAL ASSOCIATION: The Vibrio fischeri–Euprymna scolopes Light Organ Symbiosis
EG Ruby
Annual review of microbiology 50 (1), 591-624, 1996
4211996
Vibrio fischeri lux genes play an important role in colonization and development of the host light organ
KL Visick, J Foster, J Doino, M McFall-Ngai, EG Ruby
Journal of Bacteriology 182 (16), 4578-4586, 2000
3982000
Depressed light emission by symbiotic Vibrio fischeri of the sepiolid squid Euprymna scolopes.
KJ Boettcher, EG Ruby
Journal of Bacteriology 172 (7), 3701-3706, 1990
3921990
Complete genome sequence of Vibrio fischeri: a symbiotic bacterium with pathogenic congeners
EG Ruby, M Urbanowski, J Campbell, A Dunn, M Faini, R Gunsalus, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (8), 3004-3009, 2005
3622005
Symbiont recognition and subsequent morphogenesis as early events in an animal-bacterial mutualism
MJ McFall-Ngai, EG Ruby
Science 254 (5037), 1491-1494, 1991
3591991
Establishment of an animal–bacterial association: recruiting symbiotic vibrios from the environment
SV Nyholm, EV Stabb, EG Ruby, MJ McFall-Ngai
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97 (18), 10231-10235, 2000
2992000
Effect of transposon-induced motility mutations on colonization of the host light organ by Vibrio fischeri.
J Graf, PV Dunlap, EG Ruby
Journal of bacteriology 176 (22), 6986-6991, 1994
2471994
SYMBIOTIC ASSOCIATION OF PHOTOBACTERIUM FISCHERI WITH THE MARINE LUMINOUS FISH MONOCENTRIS JAPONICA: A MODEL OF SYMBIOSIS …
EG Ruby, KH Nealson
The Biological Bulletin 151 (3), 574-586, 1976
2471976
The Vibrio fischeri quorum‐sensing systems ain and lux sequentially induce luminescence gene expression and are important for persistence in the squid host
C Lupp, M Urbanowski, EP Greenberg, EG Ruby
Molecular microbiology 50 (1), 319-331, 2003
2342003
RP4-based plasmids for conjugation between Escherichia coli and members of the Vibrionaceae
EV Stabb, EG Ruby
Methods in enzymology 358, 413-426, 2002
2272002
Effect of the squid host on the abundance and distribution of symbiotic Vibrio fischeri in nature
KH Lee, EG Ruby
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 60 (5), 1565-1571, 1994
2251994
Growth and flagellation of Vibrio fischeri during initiation of the sepiolid squid light organ symbiosis
EG Ruby, LM Asato
Archives of Microbiology 159 (2), 160-167, 1993
2221993
A single regulatory gene is sufficient to alter bacterial host range
MJ Mandel, MS Wollenberg, EV Stabb, KL Visick, EG Ruby
Nature 458 (7235), 215-218, 2009
2092009
Vibrio fischeri uses two quorum-sensing systems for the regulation of early and late colonization factors
C Lupp, EG Ruby
Journal of bacteriology 187 (11), 3620-3629, 2005
2082005
Host-derived amino acids support the proliferation of symbiotic bacteria
J Graf, EG Ruby
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 95 (4), 1818-1822, 1998
2061998
A unified initiative to harness Earth's microbiomes
AP Alivisatos, MJ Blaser, EL Brodie, M Chun, JL Dangl, TJ Donohue, ...
Science 350 (6260), 507-508, 2015
2022015
Chemolithotrophic sulfur-oxidizing bacteria from the Galapagos Rift hydrothermal vents
EG Ruby, CO Wirsen, HW Jannasch
Applied and environmental microbiology 42 (2), 317-324, 1981
1861981
Vibrio fischeri and its host: it takes two to tango
KL Visick, EG Ruby
Current opinion in microbiology 9 (6), 632-638, 2006
1752006
A squid that glows in the night: development of an animal-bacterial mutualism.
EG Ruby, MJ McFall-Ngai
Journal of bacteriology 174 (15), 4865, 1992
1701992
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