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(2020) The Unseen Majority of Microorganisms in Hadal Trenche Sediments Revealed by Molecular and Biogeochemical Techniques
Wei Y, Nie X, Zhang L, Yao H, Mao H & Fang J

(2020) Clumped Isotope Signature of H2S, New Insights into the Process of Sulfate Reduction by the Various Microbial Mediators
Li J & Fang J

(2020) Spatial Distribution and Activity of Microbial Extracellular Enzymes in the Water Column of the Mariana Trench
Zhang H, Deng J, Cao J & Fang J

(2020) Potentially Active Microbes in the Sediment of Hadal Trenches and their Metabolic Potentials: Implications to Organic Carbon Degaradation in Hadal Sediments
Liu R, Wang L, Wang Z, Wei X, Song W & Fang J

(2020) Effects of Hydrostatic Pressure on Surface Water Microbes and Microbially Mediated POC Decomposition in the Ocean
Liu Y, Fang J & Zhang L

(2020) Early Diagenesis of Organic Material in Hadal Trenches
Glud RN, Thamdrup B, Zabel M, Larsen M, Glud A, Sanei H, Yunping X, Lou M, Li X, Oguri K, Jamieson A, Stewart HA, Rowden A, Fang J & Wenzhoefer F

(2020) A Novel Halomonas Species Isolated from a Deep-Sea Sediment Sample of the New Britain Trench Exhibits High Anti-Oxidative Stress Capability
Xie Z, Yan F & Fang J

(2018) Sporulation as a Bacterial Adaptation Mechanism to High Pressure
Li J, Mao H, Wei Y & Fang J

(2018) Determining the Abundance of Bacterial Endospores in Hadal Trench Sediments Based on Analysis of Dipicolinic Acid
Wei Y, Mao H, Zhang L, Nie X & Fang J

(2017) Diversity of Cultivable Bacteria and their Extracellular Enzymes in the Water Column of the New Britain Trench
Liu Q & Fang J

(2017) DNA-Stable Isotope Probing Reveals the Dynamics of Bacterial Degradation of Particulate (POC) and Dissolved Organic Carbon (DOC) in the Ocean
Liu Y & Fang J

(2017) Vertical Variations of Pelagic Bacterial Communities in the New Britain Trench
Liu R, Wang L & Fang J

(2017) Carbon Isotope Fractionation in Lipid Biosynthesis by Gram-Positive Piezotolerant Bacterium Sporosarcina sp. DSK25
Wang Y, Zhao W, Zhang L & Fang J

(2017) Benthic Microbial Community in the Sediment Cores Collected from Active Continental Margin Around New Britain Trench
Wang L, Liu R & Fang J

(2017) PLFA-Stable Isotope Probing: Tracing Carbon Flow from POC and DOC to Microbes
Liu Y, Xu Y, Liu Y, Zeng M, Zhang L & Fang J

(2017) Genomic Analysis Revealing the Mechanisms of Hydrostatic Pressure Adaptation of Piezophilic Bacterium Pseudodesulfovibrio Indicus J2
Cao J & Fang J

(2016) Isolation of Gram-Positive Spore-Forming Piezophilic Bacteria from 1.5 and 2.4 Km-Deep Subseafloor Sediment Core Samples
Fang J, Kato C, Runko G, Nogi Y, Hori T, Morono Y & Inagaki F

(2016) Molecular Characterization of Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) from the Deep Water of the South China Sea
Zhang L, Li J, Wei B & Fang J

(2015) Gram-Positive, Endospore-Forming Piezophilic Bacteria, the “Unseen Majority” in the Deep Biosphere?
Fang J, Kato C, Runko G, Zhang L, Hori T, Morono Y & Inagaki F

(2014) Piezophiles Isolated from Deep Marine Subsurface Sediment are all Gram-Positive Bacteria
Fang J, Kato C, Hori T, Morono Y, Inagaki F & IODP337 Scientists 

(2013) Variations in δD of Fatty Acids of Piezophilic Bacterium Moritella japonica DSK1 Reflect Biosynthetic Pathways
Fang J & Zhang L

(2010) Geochemistry and Petrogenesis of Foliated (Garnet-Bearing) Granites in the Tongbai-Dabie Orogenic Belt
Zhang L, Zhong Z, Zhang H, Sun W, Xiang H & Fang J

(2010) Fractionation of Hydrogen Isotopes in Biosynthesis of Fatty Acids by Piezophilic Bacterium Moritella japonica DSK1
Fang J, Zhang L, Li C, Barlett D & Kato C

(2008) Wax Esters Synthesized by Acidophilic Eukaryote Euglena mutabilis: Biochemical Relics of the Anaerobic Past of the Earth?
Fang J, Das Gupta S, Hasiotis S, Brake S & McLean MA

(2005) Fractionation of Carbon Isotopes in Biosynthesis of Piezophilic Bacteria
Fang J, Chan O, Uhle M, Bartlett D & Kato C

(2004) Biosynthesis and Dietary Uptake of PUFAs by Piezophilic Bacteria, Implications for Marine Biogeochemistry
Fang J, Chan O, Agarkar N, Kato C & Sato T

(2002) Carbon Isotopic Composition of Fatty Acids in the Marine Aerosols from the Western North Pacific: Implication for the Source and Atmospheric Transport
Fang J, Kawamura K, Ishimura Y & Matsumoto K

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