Dennis A. Bazylinski mostly deals with Magnetotactic bacteria, Magnetosome, Magnetite, Magnetotaxis and Biomineralization. His Magnetotactic bacteria study deals with the bigger picture of Bacteria. His studies in Magnetosome integrate themes in fields like Magnetofossil, Iron sulfide, Crystallography, Mineralogy and Greigite.
His Magnetite research integrates issues from Transmission electron microscopy, Chemical engineering, Carbonate and Magnetization. His Magnetotaxis research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Abundance, Genome, Iron oxide and Magnetospirillum. Within one scientific family, Dennis A. Bazylinski focuses on topics pertaining to Ecology under Biomineralization, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Spatial distribution.
His primary areas of investigation include Magnetotactic bacteria, Magnetosome, Magnetite, Magnetotaxis and Biomineralization. Dennis A. Bazylinski has included themes like Magnetism, Nanotechnology and Microbiology in his Magnetotactic bacteria study. His Magnetosome research includes elements of Crystallography, Biophysics, Strain, Alphaproteobacteria and Greigite.
His Magnetite research includes themes of Astrobiology, Meteorite, Transmission electron microscopy, Chemical engineering and Mineralogy. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Evolutionary biology, Ecology, Gene and Nitrospirae. His research in Biomineralization intersects with topics in Iron sulfide, Mineral, Geochemistry, Iron oxide and Organelle.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Magnetotactic bacteria, Magnetosome, Magnetotaxis, Magnetite and Greigite. His Magnetotactic bacteria study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Chemical physics, Magnetism, Alphaproteobacteria, Nitrospirae and Magnetoreception. The study incorporates disciplines such as Evolutionary biology, Deltaproteobacteria, Biophysics, Biomineralization and Microbiology in addition to Magnetosome.
His research investigates the link between Microbiology and topics such as Bacteria that cross with problems in Cell biology, Sulfur, Escherichia coli and Thiosulfate. The Magnetotaxis study combines topics in areas such as Microorganism, Strain and Biomagnetism. The concepts of his Magnetite study are interwoven with issues in Lipid bilayer and Nanotechnology.
Dennis A. Bazylinski mainly investigates Magnetotactic bacteria, Magnetosome, Magnetoreception, Magnetotaxis and Nitrospirae. Magnetotactic bacteria is often connected to Biomineralization in his work. His Magnetosome research incorporates elements of Deltaproteobacteria, Nanotechnology, Nanomaterials and Greigite.
Greigite is a primary field of his research addressed under Magnetite. Dennis A. Bazylinski interconnects Evolutionary biology, Obligate anaerobe and Microbiology in the investigation of issues within Magnetotaxis. His studies deal with areas such as Phylum, Phylogenetics and Ecology as well as Nitrospirae.
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Magnetosome formation in prokaryotes
Dennis A. Bazylinski;Richard B. Frankel.
Nature Reviews Microbiology (2004)
Biomineralization of Ferrimagnetic Greigite (Fe3S4) and Iron Pyrite (FeS2) in a Magnetotactic Bacterium
Stephen Mann;Nicholas H. C. Sparks;Richard B. Frankel;Dennis A. Bazylinski;Dennis A. Bazylinski.
Rock magnetic criteria for the detection of biogenic magnetite
Bruce M. Moskowitz;Richard B. Frankel;Dennis A. Bazylinski.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1993)
Magnetic Microstructure of Magnetotactic Bacteria by Electron Holography
Rafal E. Dunin-Borkowski;Martha R. McCartney;Richard B. Frankel;Dennis A. Bazylinski.
Magneto-aerotaxis in Marine Coccoid Bacteria
Richard B. Frankel;Dennis A. Bazylinski;Mark S. Johnson;Barry L. Taylor.
Biophysical Journal (1997)
Biologically Induced Mineralization by Bacteria
Richard B. Frankel;Dennis A. Bazylinski.
Reviews in Mineralogy & Geochemistry (2003)
Controlled Biomineralization of Magnetite (Fe(inf3)O(inf4)) and Greigite (Fe(inf3)S(inf4)) in a Magnetotactic Bacterium.
Dennis A. Bazylinski;Richard B. Frankel;Brigid R. Heywood;Stephen Mann.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (1995)
Anaerobic magnetite production by a marine, magnetotactic bacterium
Dennis A. Bazylinski;Richard B. Frankel;Richard B. Frankel;Holger W. Jannasch.
Elongated prismatic magnetite crystals in ALH84001 carbonate globules: Potential Martian magnetofossils
Kathie L. Thomas-Keprta;Dennis A. Bazylinski;Joseph L. Kirschvink;Simon J. Clemett.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2000)
Magnetite from magnetotactic bacteria; size distributions and twinning
Bertrand Devouard;Mihaly Posfai;Xin Hua;Dennis A. Bazylinski.
American Mineralogist (1998)
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