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2021 journal article
The diversity and function of sourdough starter microbiomes
By: E. Landis, A. Oliverio, E. McKenney, L. Nichols, N. Kfoury, M. Biango-Daniels, L. Shell, A. Madden ...and 8 other authors, including 3 NC State authors, L. Shapiro, S. Sakunala, K. Drake, A. Robbat, M. Booker, R. Dunn, N. Fierer, B. Wolfe
Global cellulose biomass, horizontal gene transfers and domain fusions drive microbial expansin evolution
By: W. Chase, O. Zhaxybayeva, J. Rocha, D. Cosgrove & L. Shapiro
2018 journal article
An Introduced Crop Plant Is Driving Diversification of the Virulent Bacterial Pathogen Erwinia tracheiphila
By: L. Shapiro, J. Paulson, B. Arnold, E. Scully, O. Zhaxybayeva, N. Pierce, J. Rocha, V. Klepac-Ceraj, K. Holton, R. Kolter
Complete Genome Sequence of EtG, the First Phage Sequenced from Erwinia tracheiphila
MICROBIOLOGY RESOURCE ANNOUNCEMENTS, 6(8).
By: A. Andrade-Dominguez, R. Kolte & L. Shapiro
Draft Genome Sequence of an Erwinia tracheiphila Isolate from an Infected Muskmelon (Cucumis melo)
MICROBIOLOGY RESOURCE ANNOUNCEMENTS, 7(17).
By: L. Shapiro, A. Andrade, E. Scully, J. Rocha, J. Paulson & R. Kolter
Evolutionary Determinants of Host and Vector Manipulation by Plant Viruses
In ENVIRONMENTAL VIROLOGY AND VIRUS ECOLOGY (Vol. 101, pp. 189–250).
By: K. Mauck, Q. Chesnais & L. Shapiro
Rhizosphere-associated Pseudomonas induce systemic resistance to herbivores at the cost of susceptibility to bacterial pathogens
Molecular Ecology, 27(8), 1833–1847.
By: C. Haney, C. Wiesmann, L. Shapiro, R. Melnyk, L. O'Sullivan, S. Khorasani, L. Xiao, J. Han ...and 4 other authors, J. Bush, J. Carrillo, N. Pierce & F. Ausubel
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