Claudia Lüke
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Conceptualizing functional traits and ecological characteristics of methane‐oxidizing bacteria as life strategies
A Ho, FM Kerckhof, C Luke, A Reim, S Krause, N Boon, PLE Bodelier
Environmental Microbiology Reports 5 (3), 335-345, 2013
Nitrate‐and nitrite‐dependent anaerobic oxidation of methane
CU Welte, O Rasigraf, A Vaksmaa, W Versantvoort, A Arshad, ...
Environmental Microbiology Reports 8 (6), 941-955, 2016
Potential of pmoA Amplicon Pyrosequencing for Methanotroph Diversity Studies
C Lüke, P Frenzel
Applied and environmental microbiology 77 (17), 6305-6309, 2011
One millimetre makes the difference: high-resolution analysis of methane-oxidizing bacteria and their specific activity at the oxic–anoxic interface in a flooded paddy soil
A Reim, C Lüke, S Krause, J Pratscher, P Frenzel
The ISME journal 6 (11), 2128-2139, 2012
Classification of pmoA amplicon pyrosequences using BLAST and the lowest common ancestor method in MEGAN
MG Dumont, C Lüke, Y Deng, P Frenzel
Frontiers in Microbiology 5, 34, 2014
Enrichment of anaerobic nitrate-dependent methanotrophic ‘Candidatus Methanoperedens nitroreducens’ archaea from an Italian paddy field soil
A Vaksmaa, S Guerrero-Cruz, TA van Alen, G Cremers, KF Ettwig, C Lüke, ...
Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 101 (18), 7075-7084, 2017
Biogeography of wetland rice methanotrophs
C Lüke, S Krause, S Cavigiolo, D Greppi, E Lupotto, P Frenzel
Environmental microbiology 12 (4), 862-872, 2010
Recovery of methanotrophs from disturbance: population dynamics, evenness and functioning
A Ho, C Lüke, P Frenzel
The ISME journal 5 (4), 750-758, 2011
Distribution and activity of the anaerobic methanotrophic community in a nitrogen-fertilized Italian paddy soil
A Vaksmaa, C Lüke, T Van Alen, G Valè, E Lupotto, MSM Jetten, ...
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 92 (12), fiw181, 2016
Metagenomic analysis of nitrogen and methane cycling in the Arabian Sea oxygen minimum zone
C Lüke, DR Speth, MAR Kox, L Villanueva, MSM Jetten
PeerJ 4, e1924, 2016
Stratification of diversity and activity of methanogenic and methanotrophic microorganisms in a nitrogen-fertilized Italian paddy soil
A Vaksmaa, TA Van Alen, KF Ettwig, E Lupotto, G Valè, MSM Jetten, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 8, 2127, 2017
McrA primers for the detection and quantification of the anaerobic archaeal methanotroph ‘Candidatus Methanoperedens nitroreducens’
A Vaksmaa, MSM Jetten, KF Ettwig, C Lüke
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 101 (4), 1631-1641, 2017
Aerobic methanotroph diversity in R iganqiao peatlands on the Q inghai–T ibetan P lateau
Y Deng, X Cui, C Lüke, MG Dumont
Environmental microbiology reports 5 (4), 566-574, 2013
Linking nitrogen load to the structure and function of wetland soil and rhizosphere microbial communities
ER Hester, SF Harpenslager, JMH van Diggelen, LL Lamers, MSM Jetten, ...
Msystems 3 (1), 10.1128/msystems. 00214-17, 2018
Succession of methanotrophs in oxygen–methane counter-gradients of flooded rice paddies
S Krause, C Lüke, P Frenzel
The ISME journal 4 (12), 1603-1607, 2010
Structure and function of methanotrophic communities in a landfill-cover soil
R Henneberger, C Lüke, L Mosberger, MH Schroth
FEMS microbiology ecology 81 (1), 52-65, 2012
Ageing well: methane oxidation and methane oxidizing bacteria along a chronosequence of 2000 years
A Ho, C Lüke, Z Cao, P Frenzel
Environmental microbiology reports 3 (6), 738-743, 2011
Impacts of inter-and intralaboratory variations on the reproducibility of microbial community analyses
Y Pan, L Bodrossy, P Frenzel, AG Hestnes, S Krause, C Lüke, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 76 (22), 7451-7458, 2010
Metagenomic potential for and diversity of N‐cycle driving microorganisms in the Bothnian Sea sediment
O Rasigraf, J Schmitt, MSM Jetten, C Lüke
MicrobiologyOpen 6 (4), e00475, 2017
Effects of nitrogen fertilization on diazotrophic activity of microorganisms associated with Sphagnum magellanicum
MAR Kox, C Lüke, C Fritz, E van Den Elzen, T van Alen, ...
Plant and Soil 406, 83-100, 2016
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