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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.
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.
Maier G.P., Bernt C.M., Butler A.  2018.  Catechol Oxidation: Considerations in the Design of Wet Adhesive Materials. Biomaterials Science. 6:332-339.
Kem MP, Naka. H, Iinishi A, Haygood MG, Butler A.  2015.  Fatty Acid Hydrolysis of Acyl Marinobactin Siderophores by Marinobacter Acylases. Biochemistry. 54(3):752.
Reitz ZL, Hardy CD, Suk J, Bouvet J, Butler A.  2019.  Genomic analysis of siderophore β-hydroxylases reveals divergent stereocontrol and expands the condensation domain family. PNAS. 116(40):19805-19814.
Degen GD, Stow PR, Lewis RB, Andresen-Eguiluz RC, Valois E, Kristiansen K, Butler A, Israelachvili JN.  2019.  Impact of Molecular Architecture and Adsorption Density on Adhesion of Mussel-Inspired Surface Primers with Catechol-Cation Synergy. J. Am. Chem. Soc.. 141(47):18673-18681.
Henske J.K., Springer S.D., O'Malley M., Butler A.  2018.  Substrate-based differential expression analysis reveals control of biomass-degrading enzymes in Pycnoporus cinnabarinus. Biochemical Engineering Journal. 130:83-89.
Carmichael JR, Zhou H, Butler A.  2019.  A suite of asymmetric citrate siderophores isolated from a marine Shewanella species. J. Inorg. Biochem.. 198:1-6.