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Person Details: Jun Yan

Superfund Research Program

Jun Yan

University of Tennessee
M409 WLS Bldg.
1414 Cumberland Avenue
Knoxville, Tennessee 37996
Phone: 865-974-7839
Email: jyan5@utk.edu

Projects

Publications

2019

  • Yin Y, Yan J, Chen G, Murdoch FK, Pfisterer N, Loeffler FE. 2019. Nitrous oxide is a potent inhibitor of bacterial reductive dechlorination. Environ Sci Technol 53(2):692-701. doi:10.1021/acs.est.8b05871 PMID:30558413

2018

  • Yan J, Bi M, Bourdon AK, Farmer AT, Wang P, Molenda O, Quaile AT, Jiang N, Yang Y, Yin Y, Şimşir B, Campagna SR, Edwards EA, Loeffler FE. 2018. Purinyl-cobamide is a native prosthetic group of reductive dehalogenases. Nat Chem Biol 14:8-14. doi:10.1038/nchembio.2512 PMID:29106396

2017

  • Wang P, Tang S, Nemr K, Flick R, Yan J, Mahadevan R, Yakunin AF, Loeffler FE, Edwards EA. 2017. Refined experimental annotation reveals conserved corrinoid autotrophy in chloroform-respiring Dehalobacter isolates. ISME J 11:626-640. doi:10.1038/ismej.2016.158 PMID:27898054 PMCID:PMC5322310
  • Yang Y, Higgins SA, Yan J, Simsir B, Chourey K, Iyer R, Hettich RL, Baldwin BR, Ogles D, Loeffler FE. 2017. Grape pomace compost harbors organohalide-respiring Dehalogenimonas species with novel reductive dehalogenase genes. ISME J 11:2767-2780. doi:10.1038/ismej.2017.127 PMID:28809851 PMCID:PMC5702733

2016

  • Yan J, Şimşir B, Farmer AT, Bi M, Yang Y, Campagna SR, Loeffler FE. 2016. The corrinoid cofactor of reductive dehalogenases affects dechlorination rates and extents in organohalide-respiring Dehalococcoides mccartyi. ISME J 10(5):1092-1101. doi:10.1038/ismej.2015.197 PMID:26555247 PMCID:PMC5029212
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