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1-Jun-2008A new Thraustochytrid, strain Fng1, isolated from the surface mucus of the hermatypic coral Fungia granulosaHarel, M; Ben-Dov, E; Rasoulouniriana, D; Siboni, N; Kramarsky-Winter, E; Loya, Y; Barak, Z; Wiesman, Z; Kushmaro, A
1-Dec-2009Vibrio sp. as a potentially important member of the Black Band Disease (BBD) consortium in Favia sp. coralsArotsker, L; Siboni, N; Ben-Dov, E; Kramarsky-Winter, E; Loya, Y; Kushmaro, A
1-Oct-2009Conditioning film and initial biofilm formation on electrochemical CaCO<inf>3</inf> deposition on a metallic net in the marine environmentSiboni, N; Martinez, S; Abelson, A; Sivan, A; Kushmaro, A
26-Nov-2009Pseudoscillatoria coralii gen. nov., sp. nov., a cyanobacterium associated with coral black band disease (BBD)Rasoulouniriana, D; Siboni, N; Eitan, BD; Esti, KW; Loya, Y; Kushmaro, A
18-Jul-2006Identification of a protist-coral association and its possible ecological roleKramarsky-Winter, E; Harel, M; Siboni, N; Ben Dov, E; Brickner, I; Loya, Y; Kushmaro, A
1-Sep-2007Conditioning film and initial biofilm formation on ceramics tiles in the marine environmentSiboni, N; Lidor, M; Kramarsky-Winter, E; Kushmaro, A
1-Nov-2006Advantage of using inosine at the 3′ termini of 16S rRNA gene universal primers for the study of microbial diversityBen-Dov, E; Shapiro, OH; Siboni, N; Kushmaro, A
1-Jan-2015Changes in the bacterial community associated with black band disease in a Red Sea coral, Favia sp., in relation to disease phasesArotsker, L; Kramarsky-Winter, E; Ben-Dov, E; Siboni, N; Kushmaro, A
1-Nov-2008Global distribution and diversity of coral-associated Archaea and their possible role in the coral holobiont nitrogen cycleSiboni, N; Ben-Dov, E; Sivan, A; Kushmaro, A
1-Jan-2014The Possible Role of Cyanobacterial Filaments in Coral Black Band Disease PathologyKramarsky-Winter, E; Arotsker, L; Rasoulouniriana, D; Siboni, N; Loya, Y; Kushmaro, A
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