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Sidiropoulos, D.N., Al-Ghalith, G.A., Shields-Cutler, R.R., Ward, T.L., Johnson, A.J., Vangay, P., Knights, D., Kashyap, P.C., Xian, Y., Ramer-Tait, A.E. and Clayton, J.B., 2020. Wild primate microbiomes prevent weight gain in germ-free mice. Animal Microbiome, 2, pp.1-11.

Zhu, L., Clayton, J.B., Van Haute, M.J.S., Yang, Q., Hassenstab, H.R., Mustoe, A.C., Knights, D., Benson, A.K. and French, J.A., 2020. Sex bias in gut microbiome transmission in newly paired marmosets (Callithrix jacchus). Msystems, 5(2).

Clayton, J.B., Sidiropoulos, D., Al-Ghalith, G., Ward, T., Shields-Cutler, R., Johnson, A., Vangay, P., Blekhman, R., Kashyap, P., Ramer-Tait, A. and Knights, D., 2019, March. The Wild Primate Microbiome Partially Protects Against Obesity. In American Journal of Physical Anthropology (Vol. 168, pp. 44-45). 

Greene, L.K., Clayton, J.B., Rothman, R.S., Semel, B.P., Semel, M.A., Gillespie, T.R., Wright, P.C. and Drea, C.M., 2019. Local habitat, not phylogenetic relatedness, predicts gut microbiota better within folivorous than frugivorous lemur lineages. Biology letters, 15(6), p.20190028.

Clayton, J.B., Shields‐Cutler, R.R., Hoops, S.L., Al‐Ghalith, G.A., Sha, J.C., Johnson, T.J. and Knights, D., 2019. Bacterial community structure and function distinguish gut sites in captive red‐shanked doucs (Pygathrix nemaeus). American journal of primatology, 81(10-11), p.e22977.

Ward, T.L., Weber, B.P., Mendoza, K.M., Danzeisen, J.L., Llop, K., Lang, K., Clayton, J.B., Grace, E., Brannon, J., Radovic, I. and Beauclaire, M., 2019. Antibiotics and host-tailored probiotics similarly modulate effects on the developing avian microbiome, mycobiome, and host gene expression. mBio, 10(5), pp.e02171-19.

Clayton, J.B., Danzeisen, J.L., Johnson, T.J., Trent, A.M., Hayer, S.S., Murphy, T., Wuenschmann, A., Elder, M., Shen, Z., Mannion, A. and Bryant, E., 2019. Characterization of Campylobacter jejuni, Campylobacter upsaliensis, and a novel Campylobacter sp. in a captive non‐human primate zoological collection. Journal of medical primatology, 48(2), pp.114-122.

Clayton, J.B., Al-Ghalith, G.A., Long, H.T., Van Tuan, B., Cabana, F., Huang, H., Vangay, P., Ward, T., Van Minh, V., Tam, N.A. and Dat, N.T., 2018. Associations between nutrition, gut microbiome, and health in a novel nonhuman primate model. Scientific reports, 8(1), p.11159.

Clayton, J.B., Gomez, A., Amato, K., Knights, D., Travis, D.A., Blekhman, R., Knight, R., Leigh, S., Stumpf, R., Wolf, T. and Glander, K.E., 2018. The gut microbiome of nonhuman primates: Lessons in ecology and evolution. American journal of primatology, 80(6), p.e22867.

Torres, S., Clayton, J.B., Danzeisen, J.L., Ward, T., Huang, H., Knights, D. and Johnson, T.J., 2017. Diverse bacterial communities exist on canine skin and are impacted by cohabitation and time. PeerJ, 5, p.e3075.

Springer, A., Fichtel, C., Al‐Ghalith, G.A., Koch, F., Amato, K.R., Clayton, J.B., Knights, D. and Kappeler, P.M., 2017. Patterns of seasonality and group membership characterize the gut microbiota in a longitudinal study of wild Verreaux's sifakas (Propithecus verreauxi). Ecology and evolution, 7(15), pp.5732-5745.

Gohl, D.M., Vangay, P., Garbe, J., MacLean, A., Hauge, A., Becker, A., Gould, T.J., Clayton, J.B., Johnson, T.J., Hunter, R. and Knights, D., 2016. Systematic improvement of amplicon marker gene methods for increased accuracy in microbiome studies. Nature biotechnology, 34(9), pp.942-949.

Clayton, J.B., Vangay, P., Huang, H., Ward, T., Hillmann, B.M., Al-Ghalith, G.A., Travis, D.A., Long, H.T., Van Tuan, B., Van Minh, V. and Cabana, F., 2016. Captivity humanizes the primate microbiome. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113(37), pp.10376-10381.

Danzeisen, J.L., Clayton, J.B., Huang, H., Knights, D., McComb, B., Hayer, S.S. and Johnson, T.J., 2015. Temporal relationships exist between cecum, ileum, and litter bacterial microbiomes in a commercial turkey flock, and subtherapeutic penicillin treatment impacts ileum bacterial community establishment. Frontiers in veterinary science, 2, p.56.

Clayton, J.B., Danzeisen, J.L., Trent, A.M., Murphy, T. and Johnson, T.J., 2014. Longitudinal characterization of Escherichia coli in healthy captive non-human primates. Frontiers in veterinary science, 1, p.24.

Clayton, J.B. and Glander, K.E., 2011. Dietary choices by four captive slender lorises (Loris tardigradus) when presented with various insect life stages. Zoo biology, 30(2), pp.189-198.

Clayton, J.B., Johnson, T.J. and Trent, A.M., 2011, January. Examination of Escherichia coli populations in a captive zoological collection of nonhuman primates. In American Journal of Physical Anthropology (Vol. 144, pp. 110-110).

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