Publications of Samay Pande

Journal Article (7)

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Shitut, S.; Ahsendorf, T.; Pande, S.; Egbert, M.; Kost, C.: Nanotube-mediated cross-feeding couples the metabolism of interacting bacterial cells. Environmental Microbiology 21 (4), pp. 1306 - 1320 (2019)
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Pande, S.; Kost, C.: Bacterial unculturability and the formation of intercellular metabolic networks. Trends in Microbiology 25 (5), pp. 349 - 361 (2017)
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Germerodt, S.; Bohl, K.; Lück, A.; Pande, S.; Schröter, A.; Kaleta, C.; Schuster, S.; Kost, C.: Pervasive selection for cooperative cross-feeding in bacterial communities. PLoS Computational Biology 12 (6), e1004986 (2016)
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Pande, S.; Kaftan, F.; Lang, S.; Svatoš, A.; Germerodt, S.; Kost, C.: Privatization of cooperative benefits stabilizes mutualistic cross-feeding interactions in spatially structured environments. The ISME Journal 10, pp. 1413 - 1423 (2016)
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Pande, S.; Shitut, S.; Freund, L.; Westermann, M.; Bertels, F.; Colesie, C.; Bischofs, I. B.; Kost, C.: Metabolic cross-feeding via intercellular nanotubes among bacteria. Nature Communications 6, 6238 (2015)
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D'Souza, G.; Waschina, S.; Pande, S.; Bohl, K.; Kaleta, C.; Kost, C.: Less is more: Selective advantages can explain the prevalent loss of biosynthetic genes in bacteria. Evolution: international journal of organic evolution 68 (9), pp. 2559 - 2570 (2014)
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Pande, S.; Merker, H.; Bohl, K.; Reichelt, M.; Schuster, S.; de Figueiredo, L. F.; Kaleta, C.; Kost, C.: Fitness and stability of obligate cross-feeding interactions that emerge upon gene loss in bacteria. The ISME Journal 8, pp. 953 - 962 (2014)
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