Items where Author is "Corander, J"

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SEECHARRAN, T., KALIN-MANTTARI, L., KOSKELA, K., NIKKARI, S., DICKINS, B., CORANDER, J., SKURNIK, M. and MCNALLY, A., 2017. Phylogeographic separation and formation of sexually discrete lineages in a global population of Yersinia pseudotuberculosis. Microbial Genomics. ISSN 2057-5858

THOMSON, N.R., REUTER, S., DE BEEN, M., HALL, M., HARRIS, S., MCNALLY, A., CHENG, L. and CORANDER, J., 2015. Directional gene flow and ecological separation in Yersinia enterocolitica. Microbial Genomics. ISSN 2057-5858

MORLEY, L., MCNALLY, A., PASZKIEWICZ, K., CORANDER, J., MÉRIC, G., SHEPPARD, S.K., BLOM, J. and MANNING, G., 2015. Gene loss and lineage specific restriction-modification systems associated with niche differentiation in the Campylobacter jejuni Sequence Type 403 clonal complex. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 81 (11), pp. 3641-3647. ISSN 1098-5336

DARCH, S.E., MCNALLY, A., HARRISON, F., CORANDER, J., BARR, H.L., PASZCKIEWICZ, K., HOLDEN, S., FOGARTY, A., CRUSZ, S.A. and DIGGLE, S.P., 2015. Recombination is a key driver of genomic and phenotypic diversity in a Pseudomonas aeruginosa population during cystic fibrosis infection. Scientific Reports, 5. ISSN 2045-2322

REUTER, S., CONNOR, T.R., BARQUIST, L., WALKER, D., FELTWELL, T., HARRIS, S.R., FOOKES, M., HALL, M.E., PETTY, N.K., FUCHS, T.M., CORANDER, J., DUFOUR, M., RINGWOOD, T., SAVIN, C., BOUCHIER, C., MARTIN, L., MIETTINEN, M., SHUBIN, M., RIEHM, J.M., LAUKKANEN-NINIOS, R., SIHVONEN, L.M., SIITONEN, A., SKURNIK, M., FALCÃO, J.P., FUKUSHIMA, H., SCHOLZ, H.C., PRENTICE, M.B., WREN, B.W., PARKHILL, J., CARNIEL, J., ACHTMAN, M., MCNALLY, A. and THOMSON, N.R., 2014. Parallel independent evolution of pathogenicity within the genus Yersinia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 111 (18), pp. 6768-6773. ISSN 0027-8424

MCNALLY, A., CHENG, L., HARRIS, S.R. and CORANDER, J., 2013. The evolutionary path to extra intestinal pathogenic, drug resistant Escherichia coli is marked by drastic reduction in detectable recombination within the core genome. Infection and Immunity, 5 (4), pp. 699-710. ISSN 1759-6653

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