Barry Goodell
Barry Goodell
Professor, Dept. Microbiology, University of Massachusetts (formerly at Virginia Tech & UMaine)
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The plant cell wall–decomposing machinery underlies the functional diversity of forest fungi
DC Eastwood, D Floudas, M Binder, A Majcherczyk, P Schneider, A Aerts, ...
Science 333 (6043), 762-765, 2011
Low molecular weight chelators and phenolic compounds isolated from wood decay fungi and their role in the fungal biodegradation of wood
B Goodell, J Jellison, J Liu, G Daniel, A Paszczynski, F Fekete, ...
Journal of Biotechnology 53 (2-3), 133-162, 1997
Lignocellulose degradation mechanisms across the Tree of Life
SM Cragg, GT Beckham, NC Bruce, TDH Bugg, DL Distel, P Dupree, ...
Current opinion in chemical biology 29, 108-119, 2015
Lignin demethylation and polysaccharide decomposition in spruce sapwood degraded by brown rot fungi
TR Filley, GD Cody, B Goodell, J Jellison, C Noser, A Ostrofsky
Organic Geochemistry 33 (2), 111-124, 2002
Peculiarities of brown-rot fungi and biochemical Fenton reaction with regard to their potential as a model for bioprocessing biomass
V Arantes, J Jellison, B Goodell
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 94 (2), 323-338, 2012
Mechanisms of wood degradation by brown-rot fungi: chelator-mediated cellulose degradation and binding of iron by cellulose
G Xu, B Goodell
Journal of biotechnology 87 (1), 43-57, 2001
Brown-rot fungal degradation of wood: our evolving view
B Goodell
De novo synthesis of 4, 5-Dimethoxycatechol and 2, 5-Dimethoxyhydroquinone by the brown rot fungusGloeophyllum trabeum
A Paszczynski, R Crawford, D Funk, B Goodell
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 65 (2), 674-679, 1999
Lignocellulosic polysaccharides and lignin degradation by wood decay fungi: the relevance of nonenzymatic Fenton-based reactions
V Arantes, AMF Milagres, TR Filley, B Goodell
Journal of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology 38 (4), 541-555, 2011
The role of cations in the biodegradation of wood by the brown rot fungi
J Jellison, J Connolly, B Goodell, B Doyle, B Illman, F Fekete, A Ostrofsky
International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 39 (2-3), 165-179, 1997
Wood deterioration and preservation: advances in our changing world
B Goodell, DD Nicholas, TP Schultz
American Chemical Society, 2003
Microview of wood under degradation by bacteria and fungi
G Daniel
Current understanding of brown-rot fungal biodegradation mechanisms: a review
V Arantes, B Goodell
Deterioration and protection of sustainable biomaterials, 3-21, 2014
Characterization of carbons derived from cellulose and lignin and their oxidative behavior
X Xie, B Goodell, D Zhang, DC Nagle, Y Qian, ML Peterson, J Jellison
Bioresource technology 100 (5), 1797-1802, 2009
Temporal changes in wood crystalline cellulose during degradation by brown rot fungi
C Howell, ACS Hastrup, B Goodell, J Jellison
International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 63 (4), 414-419, 2009
Fungal decay of wood: soft rot—brown rot—white rot
B Goodell, Y Qian, J Jellison
The isolation and immunolocalization of iron-binding compounds produced by Gloeophyllum trabeum
J Jellison, V Chandhoke, B Goodell, FA Fekete
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 35 (6), 805-809, 1991
Overview of white-rot research: where we are today
K Messner, K Fackler, P Lamaipis, W Gindl, E Srebotnik, T Watanabe
Iron-reducing capacity of low-molecular-weight compounds produced in wood by fungi
B Goodell, G Daniel, J Jellison, Y Qian
Walter de Gruyter 60 (6), 630-636, 2006
The biology of marine wood boring bivalves and their bacterial endosymbionts
DL Distel
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