61. R. van Aerle and M. van der Giezen (2017) Next-generation sequencing, bioinformatics, and infectious diseases. In: Genetics and evolution of infectious diseases. 2nd Ed. (Tibayrenc, M., Ed.), Elsevier, Amsterdam, 405-420.

60. K. Vashisht, S. Verma, S. Gupta, A. Lynn, R. Dixit, N. Mishra, N. Valecha, K.A. Hamblin, R. Maytum, K.C. Pandey and M. van der Giezen (2017) Engineering nucleotide specificity of succinyl-CoA synthetase in Blastocystis: The emerging role of gatekeeper residues. Biochemistry, 56, 534-542.

59. M. van der Giezen (2016) Evolution: Organelles caught in the act. Curr. Biol., 26, R913-R915.

58. M. van der Giezen (2015) Nature's magic algebra; or, how one plus one still equaled one. BioScience, 65, 832.

57. C.W. Stairs, L. Eme, M.W. Brown, C. Mutsaers, E. Susko, G. Dellaire, D.M. Soanes, M. van der Giezen and A.J. Roger (2014) A SUF Fe-S cluster biogenesis system in the mitochondrion-related organelles of the anaerobic protist Pygsuia. Curr. Biol., 24, 1176-1186.

56. C. Bertolini, R. van Aerle, S. Lampis, K.A. Moore, K. Paszkiewicz, C. S. Butler, G. Vallini and M. van der Giezen  (2014) Draft genome sequence of  Stenotrophomonas maltophilia SeITE02, a gammaproteobacterium isolated from selenite-contaminated mining soil. Genome Announc., 2, e00331-14.

55. K. Terali, R.L. Beavil, R.W. Pickersgill and M. van der Giezen (2013) The effect of the adaptor protein Isd11 on the quartenary structure of the eukaryotic cysteine desulphurase Nfs1. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun., 440, 235-240.

54. M. van der Giezen (2013) Evolution: One thread to unite them all. Curr. Biol., 23, R679-R681.

53. V.L. Koumandou, B. Wickstead, M. Ginger, M. van der Giezen, J.B. Dacks and M.C. Field (2013) Molecular palaeontology and complexity in the last eukaryotic common ancestor. Crit. Rev. Biochem. Mol. Biol., 48, 373-396.

52. B.A. Read, J. Kegel, M.J. Klute, A. Kuo, S.C. Lefebvre, F. Maumus, C. Meyer, J. Miller, A. Monier, A. Salamov, J. Young, M. Aguilar, J.M. Claverie, S. Frickenhaus, K. Gonzalez, E.K. Herman, Y.C. Lin, J. Napier, H. Ogata, A.F. Sarno, J. Shmutz, D. Schroeder, C. de Vargas, F. Verret, P. von Dassow, K. Valentin, Y. Van de Peer, G. Wheeler, Emiliania huxleyi Annotation Consortium, A.E. Allen, K. Bidle, M. Borodovsky, C. Bowler, C. Brownlee, J. Mark Cock, M. Elias, V.N. Gladyshev, M. Groth, C. Guda, A. Hadaegh, M. Debora Iglesias-Rodriguez, J. Jenkins, B.M. Jones, T. Lawson, F. Leese, E. Lindquist, A. Lobanov, A. Lomsadze, S.B. Malik, M.E. Marsh, L. Mackinder, T. Mock, B. Mueller-Roeber, A. Pagarete, M. Parker, I. Probert, H. Quesneville, C. Raines, S.A. Rensing, D.M. Riano-Pachon, S. Richier, S. Rokitta, Y. Shiraiwa, D.M. Soanes, M. van der Giezen, T.M. Wahlund, B. Williams, W. Wilson, G. Wolfe, L.L. Wurche, J.B. Dacks, C.F. Delwiche, S.T. Dyhrman, G. Glokner, U. John, T. Richards, A.Z. Worden, X. Zhang and I.V. Grigoriev (2013) Pan genome of the the phytoplankton Emiliania underpins its global distribution. Nature, 499, 209-213.

51. C.G. Clark, M. van der Giezen, M. Alfellani and C.R. Stensvold (2013) Recent developments in Blastocystis research. Adv. Parasitol, 82, 1-32.

50. M. Müller, M. Mentel, J.J. van Hellemond, K. Henze, C. Woehle, S.B. Gould, R.Y. Yu, M. van der Giezen, A.G. Tielens and W.F. Martin (2012) Biochemistry and evolution of anaerobic energy metabolism in eukaryotes. Microbiol. Mol. Biol. Rev., 76, 444-495.

49. van der Giezen, M. and T. M. Lenton (2012) The rise of oxygen and complex life. J. Euk. Microbiol., 59, 111-113.

48. de Paula, W., J.F. Allen, and M. van der Giezen (2012) Mitochondria, hydrogenosomes and mitosomes in relation to the CoRR hypothesis for genome function and evolution. In: Organelle Genetics: Evolution of organelle genomes and gene expression. (Bullerwel, C.E., Ed.), Springer, Berlin, 105-122.

47. Standley, D.M. and M. van der Giezen (2012) Modeling the alternative oxidase from the human pathogen Blastocystis using automated hybrid structural template assembly. Res. Rep. Biochem., 2, 1-8.

46. Siegesmund, M.A., A.B. Hehl, and M. van der Giezen (2011) Mitosomes in trophozoites and cysts of the reptilian parasite Entamoeba invadens. Eukaryot. Cell, 10, 1582-1585.

45. van der Giezen, M. (2011) Mitochondria and the rise of eukaryotes. BioScience, 61, 594-601.

44. Paszkiewicz, K.H. and M. van der Giezen (2011) Omics, bioinformatics and infectious disease research. In: Genetics and evolution of infectious diseases. (Tibayrenc, M., Ed.), Elsevier, Amsterdam, 523-539.

43. Herman, E.K., G. Walker. M. van der Giezen and J.B. Dacks (2011) Multivesicular bodies in the enigmatic amoeboflagellate Breviata anathema and the evolution of ESCRT 0. J. Cell Sci. 124, 613-621.

42. Griffith, G.W., S. Baker, K. Fliegerova, A. Liggenstoffer, M. van der Giezen, K. Voigt and G. Beakes (2010) Anaerobic fungi: Neocallimastigomycota. IAM Fungus 1, 181-185.

41. Maralikova, B., V. Ali, K. Nakada-Tsukui, T. Nozaki, M. van der Giezen, K. Henze and J. Tovar (2010) Bacterial-type oxygen detoxification and iron-sulphur cluster assembly in amoebal relict mitochondria. Cell. Microbiol. 12, 331-342.

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40. Tsaousis, A.D., A. Stechmann, K.A. Hamblin, M. van der Giezen, V. Pérez-Brocal and C.G. Clark (2009) The Blastocystis mitochondrion-like organelles. In: Anaerobic parasitic protozoa: Genomics and molecular biology. (C.G. Clark, P.J. Johnson, and R.D. Adam, Eds.), Caister Academic Press Ltd, Norwich, 205-219.

39. van der Giezen, M. (2009) Hydrogenosomes and mitosomes: conservation and evolution of functions. J. Euk. Microbiol. 56, 221-231.

38. Standley, D.M., A.R. Kinjo, M. Lis, M. van der Giezen and H. Nakamura (2008) Structure-based functional annotation of protein sequences guided by comparative models. Opt. Syst. Biol. 395-403.

37. Puthiyaveetil, S., T.A. Kavanagh,  P. Cain, J.A. Sullivan, C.A. Newell, J.C. Gray, C. Robinson, M. van der Giezen, M.B. Rogers and J.F. Allen (2008) The ancestral symbiont sensor kinase CSK links photosynthesis with gene expression in chloroplasts. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., 105, 10061-10066.

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36. Hamblin, K., D.M. Standley, M.B. Rogers, A. Stechmann, A.J. Roger, R. Maytum and M. van der Giezen (2008) Localisation and nucleotide specificity of Blastocystis succinyl-CoA synthetase. Mol. Microbiol., 68, 1395-1405.
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35. Stechmann, A.*, K. Hamblin*, V. Perez-Brocal, D. Gaston, G.S. Richmond, M. van der Giezen, G.C. Clark, and A.J. Roger (2008) Organelles in Blastocystis that blur the distinction between mitochondrian and hydrogenosomes. Curr. Biol.18, 580-585 (* joint first).

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34. van Grinsven, K.W.A., S. Rosnowsky, S.WH. van Weelden, S. Pütz, M. van der Giezen, W. Martin, J.J. van Hellemond, A.G.M. Tielens and K. Henze (2008) Acetate: succinate CoA-transferase in the hydrogenosomes of Trichomonas vaginalis: identification and characterization. J. Biol. Chem. 283, 1411-1418.

33. Protein targeting protocols, 2nd ed. (M. van der Giezen, Ed.), Humana Press.

32. Tovar, J., S.S.E. Cox and M. van der Giezen (2007) A mitosome purification protocol based on Percoll density gradients and its use in validating the mitosomal nature of Entamoeba histolytica mitochondrial Hsp70. Meth. Mol. Biol. 390, 167-177.

31. Allen, C.A., M. van der Giezen and J.F. Allen (2007) Origin, function, and transmission of mitochondria. In: Origin of mitochondria and hydrogenosomes. (W. Martin and M. Müller, Eds), Springer, Berlin, 39-56.

30. Cox, S.S.E., M. van der Giezen,  S.J. Tarr, M.R. Crompton and J. Tovar (2006) Evidence from bioinformatics, expression and inhibition studies of phosphoinositide-3 kinase signalling in Giardia intestinalis. BMC Microbiology 6, 45.

29. Richards, T.A. and M. van der Giezen (2006) Evolution of the Isd11/IscS complex reveals a single alpha-proteobacerial endosymbiosis for all eukaryotes. Mol. Biol. Evol. 23, 1341-1344.

28. van der Giezen, M. (2006) Mitochondrial amazement. EMBO Reports 7, 478.

27. Dacks, J.B., P.L. Dyal, T.M. Embley, and M. van der Giezen (2006) Hydrogenosomal succinyl-CoA synthetase from the rumen-dwelling fungus Neocallimastix patriciarum; an energy-producing enzyme of mitochondrial origin. Gene 373, 75-82.

26. Brinkmann, H., M. van der Giezen, Y. Zhou, G. Poncelin de Raucourt, and H. Philippe (2005) An empirical assessment of long-branch attraction artefacts in deep eukaryotic phylogenomics. Syst. Biol. 54, 743 - 757.

25. van der Giezen, M., J. Tovar, and C.G. Clark. (2005) Mitochondria-derived organelles in protists and fungi. Int. Rev. Cytol. 244, 175-225.

24. van der Giezen, M., G. León-Avila, and J. Tovar. (2005) Characterisation of chaperonin 10 (Cpn10) from the intestinal human pathogen Entamoeba histolytica. Microbiology 151, 3107-3115.

23. Regoes, A., D. Zourmpanou, G. León-Avila, M. van der Giezen, J. Tovar, and A.B. Hehl (2005) Protein import, replication and inheritance of a vestigial mitochondrion. J. Biol. Chem. 280, 30557-30563.

22. van der Giezen, M. and J. Tovar (2005). Degenerate mitochondria. EMBO reports 6, 525–530.

21. van der Giezen, M. (2005). Endosymbiosis: past and present. Heredity 95, 335-336.

20. Chan, K.W., D.J. Slotboom, S. Cox, T.M. Embley, O. Fabre, M. van der Giezen, M. Harding, D.S. Horner, E.R. Kunji, G. León-Avila, and J. Tovar. (2005). A novel ADP/ATP transporter in the mitosome of the microaerophilic human parasite Entamoeba histolytica. Curr. Biol. 15, 737-742.

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19. van der Giezen, M., S.S.E. Cox, and J. Tovar. (2004). The iron-sulfur cluster assembly genes IscS and IscU of Entamoeba histolytica were acquired by horizontal gene transfer.  BMC Evol. Biol. 4, 7.

18. van der Giezen, M. and J. Tovar (2004). Hydrogenosomes, mitosomes and mitochondria; variations on a theme? In: Organelles, genomes and eukaryote phylogeny: An evolutionary synthesis in the age of genomics. (Horner, D.S. and R.P. Hirt, Eds.) CRC Press, 283-302.

17. Tovar, J., G. León-Avila, L. Sánchez, R. Sutak, J. Tachezy,  M. van der Giezen, M. Hernández, M. Müller, and J.M. Lucocq. (2003) Mitochondrial remnant organelles of Giardia function in iron-sulphur protein maturation. Nature 426, 172-176.

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16. Embley, T.M., M. van der Giezen, D.S. Horner, P.L. Dyal, S. Bell, and P. Foster (2003) Hydrogenosomes, mitochondria and early eukaryotic evolution. IUBMB Life, 55, 387-395.

15. van der Giezen, M., G.M., Birdsey, D.S. Horner, J. Lucocq, P.L. Dyal, M. Benchimol, C.J. Danpure, and T.M. Embley. (2003). Fungal hydrogenosomes contain mitochondrial heat-shock proteins. Mol. Biol. Evol. 20, 1051-1061.

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14. Cammack, R., D.S. Horner, M. van der Giezen, J. Kulda, and D. Lloyd. (2003). Iron-sulfur proteins in anaerobic eukaryotes. In: Biochemistry and physiology of anaerobic bacteria. (L. Ljungdahl, M.W.W. Adams, L.L. Barton, J.G. Ferry, and M.K. Johnson, Eds), Springer, New York, U.S.A., 113-127.

13. Embley, T.M., M. van der Giezen, D.S. Horner, P.L. Dyal, and P. Foster. (2003). Mitochondria and hydrogenosomes are two forms of the same fundamental organelle. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. 358, 191-204.

12. van der Giezen, M., D.J. Slotboom, D.S. Horner, P.L. Dyal, M. Harding, G.-P. Xue, T.M. Embley, and E.R.S. Kunji. (2002). Conserved properties of hydrogenosomal and mitochondrial ADP/ATP carriers: a common origin for both organelles. EMBO J. 21, 572-579.

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11. Davidson, E.A., M. van der Giezen, D.S. Horner, T.M. Embley, and C.J. Howe. (2002). An [Fe] hydrogenase from the anaerobic hydrogenosome-containing fungus Neocallimastix frontalis L2. Gene 296, 45-52.

10. van der Giezen, M. (2002). Strange fungi with even stranger insides. Mycologist 16, 129-131.

9. Gasc, A., P. Giammarinaro, B. Ton-Hoang, P. Geslin, M. van der Giezen, and M. Sicard. (2000) Structural organization of the Streptococcus pneumoniae chromosome and relatedness of penicillin-sensitive and -resistant strains in type 9V. In: Streptococcus pneumoniae, molecular biology and mechanisms of disease. (Tomasz, A. Ed), Mary Ann Liebert, Larchmont, NY, USA., 25-32.

8. van der Giezen, M., J.A.K.W. Kiel, K.A. Sjollema, and R.A. Prins. (1998).The hydrogenosomal malic enzyme from the anaerobic fungus Neocallimastix frontalis is targeted to mitochondria of the methylotrophic yeast Hansenula polymorpha. Curr. Genet. 33, 131-135.

7. Gasc, A., P. Giammarinaro, B. Ton-Hoang, P. Geslin, M. van der Giezen, and M. Sicard. (1997) Structural organization of the Streptococcus pneumoniae chromosome and relatedness of penicillin-sensitive and -resistant strains in type 9V. Microb. Drug Resist. 3, 65-72.

6. van der Giezen, M., K.B. Rechinger, I. Svendsen, R. Durand, R.P. Hirt, M. Fèvre, T.M. Embley, and R.A. Prins. (1997). A mitochondrial-like targeting signal on the hydrogenosomal malic enzyme from the anaerobic fungus Neocallimastix frontalis: evidence for the hypothesis that hydrogenosomes are modified mitochondria. Mol. Microbiol. 23, 11-21.
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5. Biagini, G.A., M. van der Giezen, B. Hill, C. Winters, and D. Lloyd. (1997). Ca2+ accumulation in the hydrogenosomes of Neocallimastix frontalis L2: A mitochondrial-like physiological role. FEMS Microbiol. Lett.149, 227-232.

4. van der Giezen, M., K.A. Sjollema, R.R.E. Artz, W. Alkema, and R.A. Prins. (1997). Hydrogenosomes in the anaerobic fungus Neocallimastix frontalis have a double membrane but lack an associated organelle genome. FEBS Lett. 408, 147-150.

3. Brondijk, T.H.C., R. Durand, M. van der Giezen, J.C. Gottschal, R.A. Prins, and M. Fèvre. (1996). scsB, a cDNA encoding the hydrogenosomal protein ß-succinyl-CoA synthetase from the anaerobic fungus Neocallimastix frontalis. Mol. Gen. Genet. 253, 315-323.

2. Prins, R.A., F.D. Marvin-Sikkema, M. van der Giezen, and J.C. Gottschal. (1994). Hydrogenosomes of the anaerobic fungus Neocallimastix sp. L2. In: Micro-organisms in ruminant nutrition. (Prins, R.A. and C.S. Stewart, Eds). Nottingham University Press, Nottingham, UK. 179-194.

1. van der Giezen, M., J.C. Gottschal, and R.A. Prins. (1994). The evolutionary origin of hydrogenosomes from anaerobic fungi. In: Micro-organisms in ruminant nutrition. (Prins, R.A. and C.S. Stewart, Eds). Nottingham University Press, Nottingham, UK. 195-208.

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