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Butler A.  1998.  Acquisition and utilization of transition metal ions by marine organisms.. Science. 281(5374):207-10.
Homann VV, Butler A.  2011.  Acquisition of Iron by Marine Bacteria. Encyclopaedia of Geobiology, 2011, 565-568. Thiel V, Reitner J. (eds). Springer, Berlin Heidelberg New York; Invited contribution.
Kem MP, Butler A.  2015.  Acyl peptidic siderophores: structures, biosyntheses and post-assembly modifications.. Biometals. 28(3):445-59.
Maier GP, Rapp MV, J. Waite H, Israelachvili JN, Butler A.  2015.  Adaptive synergy between catechol and lysine promotes wet adhesion by surface salt displacement. Science. 349(6248):628-32.
Haygood MJ, Holt P, Butler A.  1993.  Aerobactin Production by a Planktonic Marine Vibrio Sp. Limnol. Oceanogr. 38:1091-1097.
Hardy CD, Butler A.  2019.  On the ambiguity of NRPS structure predictions: Four bidentate chelating groups in the siderophore pacifibactin.. J. Nat'l Products. 82(4):990-997.
Gauglitz JM, Butler A.  2013.  Amino acid variability in the peptide composition of a suite of amphiphilic peptide siderophores from an open ocean Vibrio species.. J Biol Inorg Chem. 18(5):489-97.
Naka H., Reitz ZL, Jelowicki A.L., Butler A., Haygood M.G.  2018.  Amphi-enterobactin commonly produced among Vibrio campbellii and Vibrio harveyi strains can be taken up by a novel outer membrane protein FapA that also can transport canonical Fe(III)-enterobactin. JBIC. 23(7):1009-1022.
Kem MP, Zane HK, Springer SD, Gauglitz JM, Butler A.  2014.  Amphiphilic siderophore production by oil-associating microbes.. Metallomics. 6(6):1150-5.

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