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Ono S, Beukes NJ, Rumble D, Fogel ML.  2006.  Early evolution of atmospheric oxygen from multiple-sulfur and carbon isotope records of the 2.9 Ga Mozaan Group of the Pongola Supergroup, Southern Africa. South African Journal of GeologySouth African Journal of Geology. 109(1-2):97-108.
Lopes J.C., de Matos L.F., Harper M.T., Giallongo F., Oh J., Gruen D., Ono S., Kindermann M., Duval S., Hristov A.N..  2016.  Effect of 3-nitrooxipropanol on methane and hydrogen emissions, methane isotopic signature, and ruminal fermentation in dairy cows. Journal of Dairy Science. 99(7):5335-5344.
Sim M.S., Ono S, Donovan K, Templer S.P., Bosak T..  2011.  Effect of electron donors on the fractionation of sulfur isotopes by a marine Desulfovibrio sp.. Geochimica et Cosmochimica ActaGeochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 75(15):4244-4259.
Sim M.S., Ono S, Bosak T.  2012.  Effects of Iron and Nitrogen Limitation on Sulfur Isotope Fractionation during Microbial Sulfate Reduction.. Applied and environmental microbiologyApplied and environmental microbiology. :AEM.01842-12-.
Sim M.S., Ono S., Bosak T..  2012.  Effects of Iron and Nitrogen Limitation on Sulfur Isotope Fractionation during Microbial Sulfate Reduction. Applied and Environmental Microbiology.
Lever M.a., Rouxel O., Alt J.C, Shimizu N., Ono S., Coggon R.M, Shanks W.C, Lapham L., Elvert M., Prieto-Mollar X. et al..  2013.  Evidence for Microbial Carbon and Sulfur Cycling in Deeply Buried Ridge Flank Basalt. ScienceScience. 339(6125):1305-1308.
Whitehill AR, Ono S.  2012.  Excitation band dependence of sulfur isotope mass-independent fractionation during photochemistry of sulfur dioxide using broadband light sources. Geochimica et Cosmochimica ActaGeochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 94:238-253.
Inagaki F., Hinrichs K.-U., Kubo Y., Bowles M.W, Heuer V.B, Hong W.-L., Hoshino T., Ijiri A., Imachi H., Ito M. et al..  2015.  Exploring deep microbial life in coal-bearing sediment down to  2.5 km below the ocean floor. Science. 349:420-424.

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