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Lymperopoulou DS, Adams RI, Lindow SE.  2016.  Contribution of Vegetation to the Microbial Composition of Nearby Outdoor Air. Applied and environmental microbiology. 82(13):3822-33.
Ionescu M, Baccari C, Da Silva A M, Garcia A, Yokota K, Lindow SE.  2013.  Diffusible signal factor (DSF) synthase RpfF of Xylella fastidiosa is a multifunction protein also required for response to DSF. Journal of bacteriology. 195(23):5273-84.
Baccari C, Killiny N, Ionescu M, Almeida RPP, Lindow SE.  2014.  Diffusible signal factor-repressed extracellular traits enable attachment of Xylella fastidiosa to insect vectors and transmission. Phytopathology. 104(1):27-33.
Lymperopoulou DS, Coil DA, Schichnes D, Lindow SE, Jospin G, Eisen JA, Adams RI.  2017.  Draft genome sequences of eight bacteria isolated from the indoor environment: Staphylococcus capitis strain H36, S. capitis strain H65, S. cohnii strain H62, S. hominis strain H69, Microbacterium sp. strain H83, Mycobacterium iranicum strain H39, Plantib. Standards in genomic sciences. 12:17.
Chatnaparat T, Prathuangwong S, Lindow SE.  2016.  Global Pattern of Gene Expression of Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. glycines Within Soybean Leaves. Molecular plant-microbe interactions : MPMI. 29(6):508-22.
Burch AY, Do PT, Sbodio A, Suslow TV, Lindow SE.  2016.  High-Level Culturability of Epiphytic Bacteria and Frequency of Biosurfactant Producers on Leaves. Applied and environmental microbiology. 82(19):5997-6009.
Burch AY, Zeisler V, Yokota K, Schreiber L, Lindow SE.  2014.  The hygroscopic biosurfactant syringafactin produced by Pseudomonas syringae enhances fitness on leaf surfaces during fluctuating humidity. Environmental microbiology. 16(7):2086-98.
Hockett KL, Ionescu M, Lindow SE.  2014.  Involvement of rppH in thermoregulation in Pseudomonas syringae. Journal of bacteriology. 196(12):2313-22.
de Souza AA, Ionescu M, Baccari C, da Silva AM, Lindow SE.  2013.  Phenotype overlap in Xylella fastidiosa is controlled by the cyclic di-GMP phosphodiesterase Eal in response to antibiotic exposure and diffusible signal factor-mediated cell-cell signaling. Applied and environmental microbiology. 79(11):3444-54.
Ionescu M, Yokota K, Antonova E, Garcia A, Beaulieu E, Hayes T, Iavarone AT, Lindow SE.  2016.  Promiscuous Diffusible Signal Factor Production and Responsiveness of the Xylella fastidiosa Rpf System. mBio. 7(4)
Miletto M, Lindow SE.  2015.  Relative and contextual contribution of different sources to the composition and abundance of indoor air bacteria in residences. Microbiome. 3(1):61.
Hockett KL, Burch AY, Lindow SE.  2013.  Thermo-regulation of genes mediating motility and plant interactions in Pseudomonas syringae. PloS one. 8(3):e59850.
Yu X, Lund SP, Greenwald JW, Records AH, Scott RA, Nettleton D, Lindow SE, Gross DC, Beattie GA.  2014.  Transcriptional analysis of the global regulatory networks active in Pseudomonas syringae during leaf colonization. mBio. 5(5):e01683-14.
Scott R A, Lindow SE.  2015.  Transcriptional control of quorum sensing and associated metabolic interactions in Pseudomonas syringae strain B728a. Molecular microbiology.
Yu X, Lund SP, Scott RA, Greenwald JW, Records AH, Nettleton D, Lindow SE, Gross DC, Beattie GA.  2013.  Transcriptional responses of Pseudomonas syringae to growth in epiphytic versus apoplastic leaf sites. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 110(5):E425-34.
Ionescu M, Zaini PA, Baccari C, Tran S, da Silva AM, Lindow SE.  2014.  Xylella fastidiosa outer membrane vesicles modulate plant colonization by blocking attachment to surfaces. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 111(37):E3910-8.