Prof Linda Medlin

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  1. Medlin, Linda K.; Gamella, Maria; Mengs, G; Serrafin, V; Campuzano, S; Pingarrón, J. 2020 Advances in the Detection of Toxic Algae Using Electrochemical Biosensors. Biosensors, 10.

  2. Medlin, LK; Desdevises, Y. 2020 Review of the phylogenetic reconstruction of the diatoms using molecular tools with an analysis of a seven gene data set using multiple outgroups and morphological data for a total evidence approach. Phycologia. (In Press)

  3. Medlin, LK; Guillebault, D.. 2019 Application of the µAqua microarray for pathogenic organisms across a marine/freshwater interface. Harmful Algae, 92.

  4. Barra Caracciolo, A; Dejana, L; Fajardo, C; Grenni, P; Martin, M; Mengs, G; Sanchez-Fortun, S.; Lettieri, T.; Sacca, ML; Medlin, LK. 2019 A new fluorescent oligonucleotide probe for in-situ identification of Microcystis aeruginosa in freshwater.. Microchemical Journal, 148. 503-513.

  5. Medlin, LK. 2019 The nomenclature and type locality of Berkeleya adeliensis (Bacillariophyceae): a correction. Plant Ecology and Evolution, 152. 409-411.

  6. Medlin, LK. 2018 Mini Review: Diatom species as seen through a molecular window. Brazilian Journal of Botany, 41. 457-469.

  7. Engesmo, A; Strand, D; Gran-Stadniczeñko, S; Edvardsen, B; Medlin, LK; Eikrem, W. 2018 Development of a qPCR assay to detect and quantify ichthyotoxic flagellates along the Norwegian coast, and the first Norwegian record of Fibrocapsa japonica (Raphidophyceae).. Harmful Algae, 75 (May). 105-117.

  8. Medlin, LK; Desdevies, Y. 2018 Sequence Analysis Confirms a New Algal Class. Vie Et Milieu-Life and Environment, 68 (2-3). 151-155.

  9. Medlin, LK; Juggins, S. 2018 Multivariate Analyses Document Host Specificity, Differences in Metaphyton vs. Epiphyton, and Seasonality to Structure the Diatom Community Associated with Macroalgae. Esturaine and Coastal Marine Science, 213. 314-330.

  10. Medlin, LK; Guillebault, D; Mengs, G; Garbi, C; Dejana, L; Fajardo, C; Martin, M. 2017 New molecular tools: application of the μAQUA phylochip and concomitant FISH probes to study freshwater pathogens from samples taken along the Tiber River, Italy. WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment, 221. 109-122.