Host Microbiota Omics and Application Group
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Publications (#first author, *corresponding author)



14. Wang, G.-H.*, R. M. Brucker*. 2021.

An optimized method for Nasonia germ-free rearing.

(Revision at Scientific Reports)

Schematic of the step for Nasonia Rearing Media (NRM3)



13. Wang, G.-H.*, B. M. Berdy,

Brecia Douglas, Jing Wang, Robert M. Brucker*. 2021.

Nutrient-microbiota-host interactions against pesticide and pathogen exposure.

(revising).

Differential gene expression patterns between starved and fed populations in conventional and GF-reared wasps


12. Wang, G.-H.#, Stephanie Gamez#, Robyn Raban, John Marshall, Luke Alphey, Ming Li, Jason Rasgon, Omar S. Akbari*. 2021.

Combating mosquito-borne pathogens using genetic control technologies. Nature Communications 12, 4388.



Wolbachia and transgene-based approaches for mosquito population suppression and population



11. Wang G-H, Dittmer J, Douglas B, Huang L, Brucker RM*. 2021.Coadaptation between host genome and microbiome under long-term xenobiotic-induced selection.Science Advances 7, eabd4473.


10. Wang, G.-H., B. M. Berdy, O. Velasquez, N. Jovanovic, S. Alkhalifa, K. P. C. Minbiole, and R. M. Brucker. 2020.Changes in Microbiome Confer Multigenerational Host Resistance after Sub-toxic Pesticide Exposure.Cell Host & Microbe 27:213-224.e217.


9. Robert M. Brucker and Guan-Hong Wang (2019) “Bacterial Probiotic to Detoxify Herbicides and Insecticides” (U.S. Provisional Application No.: US 2019/0321417 A1). Equal inventorship.


8. Wang, G.-H., and R. M. Brucker*. 2019a.Genome sequence of Enterococcus faecalis NVIT04, isolated from Nasonia vitripennis.Microbiology Resource Announcements 8:e01156-01118.


7. Wang, G.-H., and R. M. Brucker*. 2019b.Genome sequence of Providencia rettgeri NVIT03, isolated from Nasonia vitripennis.Microbiology Resource Announcements 8:e01157-01118.


6. Huan Li, Tongtong Li, Xiangzhen Li*, Guanhong Wang, Qiang Lin and Jiapeng Qu*. 2018.Gut microbiota in Tibetan herdsmen reflects the degree of urbanization.Frontiers in Microbiology 9:1745.


5. Guan-Hong Wang*, Bao-Fa Sun, Tuan-Lin Xiong, Yan-Kun Wang, Jin-Hua Xiao*, Da-Wei Huang*. 2016.Bacteriophage WO can mediate horizontal gene transfer in endosymbiotic Wolbachia genomes.Frontiers in Microbiology 7:1867.


4. Guan-Hong Wang, Ling-Yi Jia, Jin-Hua Xiao*, Da-Wei Huang*. 2016.Discovery of a novel Wolbachia supergroup in cave spider species and the lateral transfer of phage WO among distant hosts.Infection, Genetics and Evolution 41 (2016) 1–7.


3. Guan-Hong Wang, Jin-Hua Xiao*, Li-Ming Niu, Guang-Chang Ma, and Da-Wei Huang*. 2014. Large proportion of genes in a cryptic WO prophage genome are actively transcribing in an insect species with sex-specific patterns: involvement in Wolbachia biology and reproductive manipulation?BMC Genomics 15:893.


2. G.-H. Wang, J.-H. Xiao*, T.-L. Xiong, Z. Li, R. W. Murphy, and D.-W. Huang*. 2013. High-Efficiency Thermal Asymmetric Interlaced PCR (hiTAIL-PCR) for determination of a highly degenerated prophage WO genome in a Wolbachia strain infecting a fig wasp species. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 79:7476-7481.


1. Xiao, Jin-Hua#; Yue, Zhen#; Jia, Ling-Yi#; Yang, Xin-Hua#; Niu, Li-Hua#; Wang, Zhuo#; Zhang, Peng#; Sun, Bao-Fa; He, Shun-Min; …; Wang, Guan-Hong; Yu, Hui; Wu, Wen-Shan; Cook, James M.*; Wang, Jun*; Huang, Da-Wei*. 2013.Obligate mutualism within a host drives the extreme specialization of a fig wasp genome.Genome Biology 14:R141.