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Miriam Martin


Miriam Martin, Ph. D.

Lecturer PSOE
109 Briggs Hall
Microbiology and Molecular Genetics Department
College of Biological Sciences
University of California Davis
CBS Faculty Webpage


MIC 104L General Microbiology Lab
MIC 102 Introductory Microbiology
MIC 105L Bacterial Diversity Lab



Martin, Miriam E. and Jay V. Solnick. (2014) The gastric microbial community, Helicobacter pylori colonization, and disease. Gut Microbes, 5(3):345-50.

Martin, Miriam E., Srijak Bhatnagar, Michael D. George, Bruce J. Paster, Don R. Canfield, Jonathan A. Eisen, and Jay V. Solnick. (2013) Helicobacter spp. and the resident microbiota in the stomach of the rhesus macaque. PLoS ONE, 8(10):e76375.

Martin, Miriam E., Jacquelyn A. Dieter, Zheng Luo, Nicole Baumgarth, and Jay V. Solnick. (2012) Predicting the outcome of infectious diseases: inbred mice as a new and powerful tool for biomarker discovery. mBio, 3(5):e00199-12.

Campbell, Elsie L., Michael L. Summers, Harry Christman, Miriam E. Martin and John C. Meeks. (2007) Global gene expression patterns of Nostoc punctiforme in steady-state dinitrogen-grown heterocyst-containing cultures and at single time points during the differentiation of akinetes and hormogonia. Journal of Bacteriology, 189(14):5247-56.

Martin, Miriam E., Michael J. Trimble and Yves V. Brun. (2004) Cell cycle-dependent abundance, stability and localization of FtsA and FtsQ in Caulobacter crescentus. Molecular Microbiology, 54(1):60-74.

Martin, Miriam E. and Yves V. Brun. (2004) Cyclic degradation of FtsA and FtsQ allows the coordination of DNA replication and cell division. IBASM Newletter, 7: 10-11.

Miller, Scott R., Miriam Martin, Janeene Touchton and Richard W. Castenholz. (2002) Effects of nitrogen availability on pigmentation and carbon assimilation in the cyanobacterium Synechococcus sp. strain SH-94-5. Archives of Microbiology, 177:392-400.

Martin, Miriam. E. and Yves V. Brun. (2000) Coordinating development with the cell cycle in Caulobacter. Current Opinion in Microbiology, 3:589-595.


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