A molecular portrait of maternal sepsis from Byzantine Troy
Alison M Devault, Tatum D Mortimer, Andrew Kitchen, Henrike Kiesewetter, Jacob M Enk, G Brian Golding, John Southon, Melanie Kuch, Ana T Duggan, William Aylward, Shea N Gardner, Jonathan E Allen, Andrew M King, Gerard Wright, Makoto Kuroda, Kengo Kato, Derek EG Briggs, Gino Fornaciari, Edward C Holmes, Hendrik N Poinar, Caitlin S Pepperell.
eLife. 2017; 6: e20983. PubMed
Armed conflict and population displacement as drivers of the evolution and dispersal of Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Vegard Eldholm, John H-O Pettersson, Ola B Brynildsrud, Andrew Kitchen, Erik Michael Rasmussen, Troels Lillebaek, Janne O Rønning, Valeriu Crudu, Anne Torunn Mengshoel, Nadia Debech, Kristian Alfsnes, Jon Bohlin, Caitlin S Pepperell, Francois Balloux.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2016 Nov 29;113(48):13881-13886. PubMed
Estimation of Gene Insertion/Deletion Rates with Missing Data
Utkarsh J Dang, Alison M Devault, Tatum D Mortimer, Caitlin S Pepperell, Hendrik N Poinar, G Brian Golding.
Genetics. 2016 Oct;204(2):513-529. PubMed
Diversity of Mycobacterium tuberculosis across evolutionary scale
O'Neill, Mary B., Tatum D. Mortimer, and Caitlin S. Pepperell.
PLoS Pathog. 2015 Nov;11(11):e1005257. PubMed
Modeling historical tuberculosis epidemics among Canadian First Nations: effects of malnutrition and genetic variation
Ackley, Sarah F., Fengchen Liu, Travis C. Porco, and Caitlin S. Pepperell.
PeerJ. 2015 Sep;3:e1237. PubMed
Genomic Signatures of Distributive Conjugal Transfer among Mycobacteria
Mortimer, Tatum D and Caitlin S Pepperell.
Genome Biology and Evolution, 2014;6(9):2489-2500. PubMed
Genetic research with Hmong-ancestry populations: Lessons from the literature and a pilot study
Xiong, Donny, Jennifer K. Meece, and Caitlin S. Pepperell.
Hmong Studies Journal, 2013;14:1-28. ProQuest
The Role of Selection in Shaping Diversity of Natural M. tuberculosis Populations
Pepperell CS, Casto AM, Kitchen A, Granka JM, Cornejo OE, Holmes EC, Birren B, Galagan J, Feldman MW.
PLoS Pathog. 2013 Aug;9(8):e1003543. PubMed
Local epidemic history as a predictor of tuberculosis incidence is Saskatchewan Aboriginal communities
Pepperell C, Chang AH, Wobeser W, Parsonnet J, Hoeppner VH.
Int J Tuberc Lung Dis. 2011 Jul;15(7):899-905. PubMed
Dispersal of Mycobacterium tuberculosis via the Canadian fur trade
Pepperell CS, Granka JM, Alexander DC, Behr MA, Chui L, Gordon J, Guthrie JL, Jamieson FB, Langlois-Klassen D, Long R, Nguyen D, Wobeser W, Feldman MW.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2011 Apr 19;108(16):6526-31. PubMed
Bacterial genetic signatures of human social phenomena among M. tuberculosis from an Aboriginal Canadian population
Pepperell C, Hoeppner VH, Lipatov M, Wobeser W, Schoolnik GK, Feldman MW.
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