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Recent publications

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1. Wu, K.; Li, H.; Cui, X.; Feng, R.; Chen, W.; Jiang, Y.; Tang, C.; Wang, Y.; Shen, X.; Liu, Y.; Lynch, M.; Long, H.*. 2022Mutagenesis and resistance development of bacteria challenged by silver nanoparticles. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy [Wu et al. AAC 2022.pdf]

2. Pan#, J.; Li#, W.; Ni#, J.; Wu, K.; Konigsberg, I.; Rivera, C.; Tincher, C.; Gregory, C.; Zhou, X.; Doak, T.; Lee, H.; Wang, Y.; Gao, X.; Lynch, M.; Long*, H. 2022Rates of mutations and transcript errors in the foodborne pathogen Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica. Molecular Biology and Evolution 39(4): msac081[Pan et al. MBE 2022.pdf]

3. Cao#, Y.; Zhang#, Y.; Wang, X.; Chen, M. 2021 [book chapter]. Graphical modeling of multiple biological pathways in genomic studies. In: Zhao Y, Chen DG (eds) Modern Statistical Methods for Health Research. Springer International Publishing. [Cao et al 2021 Springer.pdf]

4. Wu, K.; Cheng, ZH; Williams, E.; Turner, NT; Ran, D; Li, H; Zhou, X; Guo, H; Sung*, W; Liu, DF; Lynch, M; Long*, H. 2021. Unexpected discovery of hypermutator phenotype sounds the alarm for quality control strains. Genome Biology and Evolution 13(8): evab148 [Wu et al. GBE 2021.pdf]

5. Pan, J.; Williams, E.; Sung, W.; Lynch, M.; Long*, H. 2021. The insect-killing bacterium Photorhabdus luminescens has the lowest mutation rate among bacteria. Marine Life Science and Technology 3(1):20-27.[Pan et al. MLST 2021.pdf]

6. Nguyen, D.; Wu, B.; Long*, H.; Zhang, N.; Patterson, C.; Simpson, S.; Morris, K.; Thomas, W.; Lynch, M.; Hao*, W. 2020. Variable spontaneous muation and loss of heterozygosity among heterozygous genomes in yeast. Molecular Biology and Evolution 37(11): 3118-3130. [Nguyen et al. MBE 2020.pdf]

7. Li, H.; Wu, K.; Ruan, C.; Pan, J.; Wang, Y.; Long*, H. 2019. Cost-reduction strategies in massive genomics experiments. Marine Life Science and Technology1: 15-21. [Li et al. MLST 2019.pdf]

8. Long*, H.; Miller, S.F.; Williams, E.; Lynch, M. 2018. Specificity of the DNA mismatch repair system (MMR) and mutagenesis bias in bacteria. Molecular Biology and Evolution 35(10):2414-2421. [Long et al Mol Biol Evol 2018.pdf   

9. Long#, H.; Sung#, W.; Kucukyildirim#,S.; Williams,E.; Miller, S.;Guo, W.; Patterson, C.; Gregory, C.; Strauss, C.; Stone, C.; Berne, C.; Kysela, D.; Shoemaker, W.; Muscarella, M.; Luo, H.; Lennon, J.; Brun, Y.; Lynch*, M. 2018. Evolutionary determinants of genome-wide nucleotide composition. Nature Ecology and Evolution 2: 237-240. [Long et al Nat Ecol Evol 2018.pdf]

10. Strauss, C.; Long*, H.; Patterson, C.; Te, R.; Lynch, M. 2017. Genome-wide mutation rate response to pH change in the coral reef pathogen Vibrio shilonii AK1. mBio 8 (4): e01021-17. [Strauss et al. mBio 2017.pdf]

11. Long, H.; Miller, S.F.; Strauss, C.; Zhao, C.; Cheng, L.; Ye, Z.; Griffin, K.; Te, R.; Lee, H.; Chen, C.; Lynch*, M. 2016. Antibiotic treatment enhances the genome-wide mutation rate of target cells. PNAS 113(18): E2498-E2505. [Long et al. PNAS 2016.pdf]

12. Long*,#, H.; Kucukyildirim#, S.; Sung, W.; Williams, E.; Lee, H.; Ackerman, M.; Doak, T.; Tang, H.; Lynch, M. 2015. Background mutational features of the radiation-resistant bacterium Deinococcus radioduransMolecular Biology and Evolution 32(9): 2383-2392. [Long et al. MBE 2015.pdf]

13. Long*, H.; Paixão, T.; Azevedo, R.; Zufall, R. 2013. Accumulation of spontaneous mutations in the ciliate Tetrahymena thermophilaGenetics 195(2): 527-540. [Long et al. Genetics 2013.pdf]