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Colwell RR.  2009.  Viable but not cultivable bacteria. Uncultivated MicroorganismsUncultivated Microorganisms.
Colwell RR.  2008.  Silent Sputnik. BioScienceBioScience. 58
Colwell RR.  2002.  A voyage of discovery: cholera, climate and complexity. Environmental MicrobiologyEnvironmental Microbiology. 4
Colwell RR.  2004.  Infectious disease and environment: cholera as a paradigm for waterborne disease. International MicrobiologyInternational Microbiology. 7
Colwell RR, Faruque S.M, Nair G.B.  2004.  Free-Living to Freewheeling: The Evolution of Vibrio cholerae from Innocence to Infamy. Infectious Disease and Host-Pathogen EvolutionInfectious Disease and Host-Pathogen Evolution.
Colwell RR, Peeters J..  2007.  Creating a nationwide wireless detection sensor network for chemical, biological and radiological threats. Gentag White PaperGentag White Paper.
Colwell RR.  2004.  A Tangled Bank: Reflections on the Tree of Life and Human Health. Assembling the Tree of LifeAssembling the Tree of Life.
Colwell RR.  2005.  Cholera: the killer from the deep. The BiochemistThe Biochemist.
Colwell RR, Huq A, M. Islam S, Aziz K.MA, Yunus M., N. Khan H, Mahmud A., R. Sack B, Nair G.B, Chakraborty J. et al..  2003.  Reduction of Cholera in Bangladeshi Villages by Simple Filtration. Proceedings of the National Academy of SciencesPNASProceedings of the National Academy of SciencesPNAS. 100
Colwell RR.  2005.  Global microbial ecology of Vibrio cholerae. Oceans and health: pathogens in the marine environmentOceans and health: pathogens in the marine environment.
Colwell RR.  2008.  The marine environment and human health: the cholera model. Global Climate Change and Extreme Weather Events: Understanding the Contributions to Infectious Disease EmergenceGlobal Climate Change and Extreme Weather Events: Understanding the Contributions to Infectious Disease Emergence.
Colwell RR.  2003.  ANNUAL REVIEW & FORECAST REPORTS-THE OCEANS: TO PROTECT AND TO PLOW. Sea TechnologySea Technology. 44
Conaty JP.  1973.  Surgery of the hip and knee in patients with rheumatoid arthritis.. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 55(2):301-14.
Consortium HMicrobiome, Treangen T.  2012.  A framework for human microbiome research. Nature. 486:215–221.
Consortium HMicrobiome, Treangen T.  2012.  Structure, function and diversity of the healthy human microbiome. Nature. 486:207–214.
Coutard F,, Crassous P, Droguet M,, Gobin E, Colwell RR, Pommepuy M, Hervio-Heath D.  2007.  Recovery in culture of viable but nonculturable Vibrio parahaemolyticus: regrowth or resuscitation? The ISME JournalThe ISME journal. 1
Cummings MP, King L.M, Kellogg E.A.  1994.  Slipped-strand mispairing in a plastid gene: ıt rpoC2 in grasses (Poaceae). Mol Biol EvolMol Biol Evol. 11
Cummings MP, Segal M.R.  2004.  Few amino acid positions in ıt rpoB are associated with most of the rifampin resistance in ıt Mycobacterium tuberculosis. BMC BioinformaticsBMC Bioinformatics. 5
Cummings MP.  2013.  AWTY, BAMBE, BEAGLE, BEAST, BEAUti, Bio++, DataMonkey, DendroPy, DnaSP, ENCprime/SeqCount, FigTree, GARLI, genealogical sorting index (gsi), HyPhy, IMa2, jModelTest, JELLYFISH, LAMARC, MacClade, MEGA, Mesquite. Dictionary of Bioinformatics.
Cummings MP.  2004.  A book like its cover –- The Phylogenetic Handbook: A Practical Approach to DNA and Protein Phylogeny, Edited by M. Salemi and A.-M. Vandamme. Heredity. 93:234-235.
Cummings MP, Meyer A..  2005.  Magic bullets and golden rules: data sampling in molecular phylogenetics. Zoology (Jena)Zoology (Jena). 108
Cummings MP, Otto S.P, Wakeley J..  1999.  Genes and other samples of DNA sequence data for phylogenetic inference. The Biological BulletinThe Biological Bulletin. 196
Cummings MP.  2004.  A book like its cover. HeredityHeredity. 93
Cummings MP, Huskamp J.C.  2005.  Grid computing. EDUCAUSE ReviewEDUCAUSE Review. 40
Cummings MP, Clegg M.T.  1998.  Nucleotide sequence diversity at the alcohol dehydrogenase 1 locus in wild barley (ıt Hordeum vulgare ssp. ıt spontaneum): an evaluation of the background selection hypothesis. Proc Natl Acad Sci USAProc Natl Acad Sci USA. 95

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