Research

We combine experimental and theoretical approaches to address research questions at the interfaces of environmental chemistry, environmental health, and environmental biotechnology.
We are concerned with understanding and predicting environmental processes relevant to ecosystem health, agricultural productivity, and organic carbon cycling and recycling.
We seek novel molecular insights into the mechanisms that control chemical trapping, biological assimilation, and dynamic fate of organic contaminants, organic substrates, and biomacromolecules.

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Upcoming Seminar Talks by Prof. Aristilde

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Upcoming Conference Presentations by Prof Aristilde and Aristilde Group Members

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Recent articles

Published article in The ISME J. by Ankrah, Wilkes, Zhang, Zhu, Kaweesi, Aristilde, and Douglas

Published article in The ISME J. by Ankrah, Wilkes, Zhang, Zhu, Kaweesi, Aristilde, and Douglas

TITLE: Syntrophic splitting of central carbon metabolism in host cells bearing functionally different symbiotic bacteria –ABSTRACT: Insects feeding on the nutrient-poor diet of xylem plant…

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Published Article in Current Opinion in Biotechnology by Mendonca, Wilkes, and Aristilde

Published Article in Current Opinion in Biotechnology by Mendonca, Wilkes, and Aristilde

TITLE: Advancements in 13C isotope tracking of synergistic substrate co-utilization in Pseudomonas species and implications for biotechnology applications –ABSTRACT: Pseudomonads are well-known to thrive in…

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Published Article in Journal of Chemical Ecology by Ankrah, Zhang, Wilkes, Aristilde, and Douglas

Published Article in Journal of Chemical Ecology by Ankrah, Zhang, Wilkes, Aristilde, and Douglas

TITLE: The Metabolome of Associations Between Xylem-Feeding Insects and their Bacterial Symbionts –ABSTRACT: Metabolomics has increasingly 20 led to important insights in chemical ecology by…

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