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Daniel R. Bond

Professor

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Research interests

Building new devices to measure electron transfer from living cells, isolating cool organisms from deep underground, and working carefully through electron transfer pathways one gene at a time. Whatever microbial physiology, anaerobic microbiology, bioelectrochemistry, and geochemistry have in common, that's usually what we're doing.


Selected Recent Publications
  • Joshi, K., Chan, C. H., Bond, D, R. 2021. Geobacter sulfurreducens inner membrane cytochrome CbcBA controls electron transfer and growth yield near the energetic limit of respiration. Molecular Microbiology. 2021-09-09. doi: 10.1111/mmi.14801
  • Jiménez Otero, F., Chadwick. G. L, Yates. M., Mickol. R. L., Saunders. S. H., Glaven S. M., Gralnick, J.A,. Newman, D. K., Tender, L. M., Orphan, V. J., and Bond, D. R. 2021. Evidence of a streamlined extracellular electron transfer pathway from biofilm structure, metabolic stratification, and long-range electron transfer parameters. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 87:17: e00706-21.
  • Kees, E.D., Levar, C.E., Miller, S.P. Bond, D. R., Gralnick, J. A., Dean, A. M. 2021. Survival of the first rather than the fittest in a Shewanella electrode biofilm. Commun. Biol 4, 536
  • Sheik C. S., Badalamenti J. P., Telling J., Hsu D., Alexander S. C., Bond D. R., Gralnick J. A., Lollar B. S., Toner B. M. 2021. Novel microbial groups drive productivity in an Archean Iron formation. Front. Microbiol. 12:616.
  • Starwalt-Lee, R., El-Naggar, M.Y., Bond, D.R., Gralnick, J.A. 2021. Electrolocation? The evidence for redox-mediated taxis in Shewanella oneidensis. Mol Microbiol.; 115: 1069– 1079.
  • Chadwick, G. L., Otero, F. J., Gralnick, J. A., Bond, D. R., & Orphan, V. J. 2019. NanoSIMS imaging reveals metabolic stratification within current-producing biofilms. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 116(41), 20716-20724.
  • Hallberg, Z. F., Chan, C. H., Wright, T. A., Kranzusch, P. J., Doxzen, K. W., Park, J. J., Bond, D. R. Hammond, M. C. 2019. Structure and mechanism of a Hypr GGDEF enzyme that activates cGAMP signaling to control extracellular metal respiration. eLIFE, 8:e43959
  • Jiménez Otero, F., Chan CH, Bond, D.R. 2018. Identification of different putative outer membrane electron conduits necessary for Fe(III) Citrate, Fe(III) Oxide, Mn(IV) Oxide, or electrode reduction by Geobacter sulfurreducens. J. Bacteriol. 200 (19) e00347-18
  • Joshi, K., Kane, A. L., Kotloski, N. J., Gralnick, J. A., and Bond, D. R. (2019). Preventing Hydrogen Disposal Increases Electrode Utilization Efficiency by Shewanella oneidensis. Front. Energy Res., 7. doi: 10.3389/fenrg.2019.00095
  • Chan CH, Levar CE, Jiménez-Otero F, Bond DR. 2017. Genome scale mutational analysis of Geobacter sulfurreducens reveals distinct molecular mechanisms for respiration and sensing of poised electrodes versus Fe(III) oxides. J Bacteriol 199:e00340-17.
  • Zacharoff L., Chan CH, Bond D.R. 2016. Reduction of low potential electron acceptors requires the CbcL inner membrane cytochrome of Geobacter sulfurreducens. Bioelectrochemistry 107:7–13. doi:10.1016/j.bioelechem.2015.08.003.
  • Levar, C.E., Hoffman, C. L., Dunshee, A. J., Toner, B. M., Bond, D. R. 2016. Redox potential as a master variable controlling pathways of metal reduction by Geobacter sulfurreducens. ISME J. 11, 741–752

 

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dbond@umn.edu