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Meleah Hickman
Meleah Hickman
Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, Emory University
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The ‘obligate diploid’ Candida albicans forms mating-competent haploids
MA Hickman, G Zeng, A Forche, MP Hirakawa, D Abbey, BD Harrison, ...
Nature 494 (7435), 55-59, 2013
3012013
Parasexual Ploidy Reduction Drives Population Heterogeneity Through Random and Transient Aneuploidy in Candida albicans
MA Hickman, C Paulson, A Dudley, J Berman
Genetics 200 (3), 781-794, 2015
1202015
High-Resolution SNP/CGH Microarrays Reveal the Accumulation of Loss of Heterozygosity in Commonly Used Candida albicans Strains
D Abbey, M Hickman, D Gresham, J Berman
G3: Genes| Genomes| Genetics 1 (7), 523-530, 2011
782011
Substitution as a mechanism for genetic robustness: the duplicated deacetylases Hst1p and Sir2p in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
MA Hickman, LN Rusche
PLoS genetics 3 (8), e126, 2007
652007
Transcriptional silencing functions of the yeast protein Orc1/Sir3 subfunctionalized after gene duplication
MA Hickman, LN Rusche
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (45), 19384-19389, 2010
642010
Reinventing heterochromatin in budding yeasts: Sir2 and the origin recognition complex take center stage
MA Hickman, CA Froyd, LN Rusche
Eukaryotic cell 10 (9), 1183-1192, 2011
632011
Ploidy tug-of-war: Evolutionary and genetic environments influence the rate of ploidy drive in a human fungal pathogen
AC Gerstein, H Lim, J Berman, MA Hickman
Evolution 71 (4), 1025-1038, 2017
452017
The Sir2-Sum1 complex represses transcription using both promoter-specific and long-range mechanisms to regulate cell identity and sexual cycle in the yeast Kluyveromyces lactis
MA Hickman, LN Rusche
PLoS Genetics 5 (11), e1000710, 2009
282009
Phenotypic Consequences of a Spontaneous Loss of Heterozygosity in a Common Laboratory Strain of Candida albicans
T Ciudad, M Hickman, A Bellido, J Berman, G Larriba
Genetics 203 (3), 1161-1176, 2016
262016
A Novel Virulence Phenotype Rapidly Assesses Candida Fungal Pathogenesis in Healthy and Immunocompromised Caenorhabditis elegans Hosts
DJ Feistel, R Elmostafa, N Nguyen, MK Penley, L Morran, MA Hickman
Msphere 4 (2), 10.1128/msphere. 00697-18, 2019
242019
Origin replication complex binding, nucleosome depletion patterns, and a primary sequence motif can predict origins of replication in a genome with epigenetic centromeres
HJ Tsai, JA Baller, I Liachko, A Koren, LS Burrack, MA Hickman, ...
MBio 5 (5), 10.1128/mbio. 01703-14, 2014
212014
The Magnitude of Candida albicans Stress-Induced Genome Instability Results from an Interaction Between Ploidy and Antifungal Drugs
O Avramovska, MA Hickman
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 9 (12), 4019-4027, 2019
202019
Host-Induced genome instability rapidly generates phenotypic variation across Candida albicans strains and ploidy states
AC Smith, MA Hickman
Msphere 5 (3), 10.1128/msphere. 00433-20, 2020
172020
Tetraploidy accelerates adaptation under drug selection in a fungal pathogen
O Avramovska, AC Smith, E Rego, MA Hickman
Frontiers in Fungal Biology 3, 984377, 2022
112022
High-resolution SNP/CGH microarrays reveal the accumulation of loss of heterozygosity in commonly used Candida albicans strains. G3 (Bethesda) 1: 523–530
D Abbey, M Hickman, D Gresham, J Berman
112011
Host defense mechanisms induce genome instability leading to rapid evolution in an opportunistic fungal pathogen
AC Smith, LT Morran, MA Hickman
Infection and Immunity 90 (2), e00328-21, 2022
102022
Evolution of Distinct Responses to Low NAD+ Stress by Rewiring the Sir2 Deacetylase Network in Yeasts
KM Humphrey, L Zhu, MA Hickman, S Hasan, H Maria, T Liu, LN Rusche
Genetics 214 (4), 855-868, 2020
82020
A novel virulence phenotype rapidly assesses
DJ Feistel, R Elmostafa, N Nguyen, M Penley, L Morran, MA Hickman
Candida, 2019
82019
Assessment of course-based research modules based on faculty research in introductory biology
MF Cole, MA Hickman, L Morran, CW Beck
Journal of Microbiology & Biology Education 22 (2), 10.1128/jmbe. 00148-21, 2021
52021
The Interplay Between Neutral and Adaptive Processes Shapes Genetic Variation During Candida Species Evolution
IV Ene, MA Hickman, AC Gerstein
Current Clinical Microbiology Reports 8 (3), 129-138, 2021
52021
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