Publication Highlights

Bacteria from drinking water supply and their fate in gastrointestinal tracts of germ-free mice: a phylogenetic comparison study.

Lee J, Lee CS, Hugnnin KM, Maute CJ, Dysko RC. 2010.
Water Research. 44:17:5050-5058.


Characterization of cyanophages in Lake Erie: Interaction Mechanisms and Structural Damage of Toxic Cyanobacteria.

Jiang, X, Ha, C, Lee, S, Kwon, J, Cho, H, Gorham, T, Lee, J. 2019.
Toxins. 11(8):444.


The Microbiome and Antibiotic Resistance in Integrated Fishfarm Water: Implications of Environmental Public Health.
Klase, G, Lee, S, Liang, S, Kim, J, Zo, Y-G, Lee, J. 2019.
Science of the Total Environment.649:1491-1501


Cyanobacterial Toxins in Freshwater and Food: Important Sources of Exposure to Humans.
Lee, J, Lee, S, Jiang, X. 2017. Annual Review of Food Science and Technology. 8:281-304.


Fresh produce and soils accumulate cyanotoxins from irrigation: Implications for public health and food security. 
Lee, S, Jiang, X, Manubolu, M, Riedl, K, Ludsin, S, Martin, J, Lee, J. 2017. Food Research International. 102:234-245. .


Tile Drainage and Anthropogenic Land Use Contribute to Harmful Algal Blooms and Microbiota Shift in Inland Water Bodies. 
Mrdjen, I, Fennessy, S, Schaal, A, Dennis, R, Slonczewski, JL, Lee, S, Lee J. 2018. Environmental Science & Technology. 52(15):8215 8223



 Mycosporine-like amino acids (MAAs)-producing Microcystis in Lake Erie: Development of a qPCR assay and insight into its ecology.
Hu, C, Ludsin, S, Martin, J, Dittmann, E, Lee, J. 2018. 
Harmful Algae. 77:1-10.


Cyanobacteria blooms and non-alcoholic liver disease: Evidence from a county level ecological study in the United States. 
Zhang, F, Lee, J, Liang, S, Shum, CK. 2015. 
Environmental Health14(1), 41.