Dr. Rakesh Santhanam
(2020) Antibiotics create a shift from mutualism to competition in human gut communities with a longer-lasting impact on fungi than bacteria. Microbiome 8(1), 133.
(2019) A suite of complementary biocontrol traits allows a native consortium of root-associated bacteria to protect their host plant from a fungal sudden-wilt disease. Mol Ecol ,
(2017) Specificity of root microbiomes in native-grown Nicotiana attenuata and plant responses to UVB increase Deinococcus colonization. Mol Ecol 26(9), 2543-2562.
(2015) Pyridine-type alkaloid composition affects bacterial community composition of floral nectar. Sci Rep 5, 11536.
(2015) Silencing a key gene of the common symbiosis pathway in Nicotiana attenuata specifically impairs arbuscular mycorrhizal infection without influencing the root-associated microbiome or plant growth. Plant Cell Environ 38(11), 2398-2416.
(2015) Native root-associated bacteria rescue a plant from a sudden-wilt disease that emerged during continuous cropping. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 112(36), E5013-E5020.
(2014) Analysis of plant-bacteria interactions in their native habitat: bacterial communities associated with wild tobacco are independent of endogenous jasmonic acid levels and developmental stages. PLoS One 9(4), e94710.
(2013) Induction of diverse secondary metabolites in Aspergillus fumigatus by microbial co-culture RSC Advances 34(3), 14444-14450.
(2013) Streptomyces bullii sp. nov., isolated from a hyper-arid Atacama Desert soil. Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek 103(2), 367-373.
(2013) Streptomyces erringtonii sp. nov. and Streptomyces kaempferi sp. nov., isolated from a hay meadow soil. Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek 103(1), 79-87.
(2012) Streptomyces deserti sp. nov., isolated from hyper-arid Atacama Desert soil. Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek 101(3), 575-581.
(2012) Streptomyces atacamensis sp. nov., isolated from an extreme hyper-arid soil of the Atacama Desert, Chile. Int J Syst Evol Microbiol 62(Pt 11), 2680-2684.
(0) In wild tobacco, Nicotiana attenuata, variation among bacterial communities of isogenic plants is mainly shaped by the local soil microbiota independently of the plants' capacity to produce jasmonic acid. Commun Integr Biol 8(2), e1017160.