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Angus Angermeyer
Angus Angermeyer
UC Berkeley - Dept. of Plant and Microbial Biology
Verified email at berkeley.edu
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Regional Isolation Drives Bacterial Diversification within Cystic Fibrosis Lungs
P Jorth, BJ Staudinger, X Wu, KB Hisert, H Hayden, J Garudathri, ...
Cell host & microbe 18 (3), 307-319, 2015
3242015
Targeting a bacterial stress response to enhance antibiotic action
S Lee, A Hinz, E Bauerle, A Angermeyer, K Juhaszova, Y Kaneko, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (34), 14570-14575, 2009
1642009
Conditions associated with the cystic fibrosis defect promote chronic Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection
BJ Staudinger, JF Muller, S Halldórsson, B Boles, A Angermeyer, ...
American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine 189 (7), 812-824, 2014
1452014
Temporal shifts in antibiotic resistance elements govern phage-pathogen conflicts
KN LeGault, SG Hays, A Angermeyer, AC McKitterick, F Johura, ...
Science 373 (6554), eabg2166, 2021
922021
Spartina alterniflora Biomass Allocation and Temperature: Implications for Salt Marsh Persistence with Sea-Level Rise
SC Crosby, A Angermeyer, JM Adler, MD Bertness, LA Deegan, ...
Estuaries and Coasts 40 (1), 213-223, 2017
502017
Bacteriophage ICP1: A Persistent Predator of Vibrio cholerae
CM Boyd, A Angermeyer, SG Hays, ZK Barth, KM Patel, KD Seed
Annual Review of Virology 8, 285-304, 2021
412021
Competition between mobile genetic elements drives optimization of a phage-encoded CRISPR-Cas system: insights from a natural arms race
AC McKitterick, KN LeGault, A Angermeyer, M Alam, KD Seed
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1772), 20180089, 2019
402019
Genome replication dynamics of a bacteriophage and its satellite reveal strategies for parasitism and viral restriction
ZK Barth, TV Silvas, A Angermeyer, KD Seed
Nucleic acids research 48 (1), 249-263, 2020
392020
Decoupled distance–decay patterns between dsrA and 16S rRNA genes among salt marsh sulfate‐reducing bacteria
A Angermeyer, SC Crosby, JA Huber
Environmental microbiology 18 (1), 75-86, 2016
352016
A Family of Viral Satellites Manipulates Invading Virus Gene Expression and Can Affect Cholera Toxin Mobilization
ZK Barth, Z Netter, A Angermeyer, P Bhardwaj, KD Seed
Msystems 5 (5), 2020
282020
Analysis of 19 Highly Conserved Vibrio cholerae Bacteriophages Isolated from Environmental and Patient Sources Over a Twelve-Year Period
A Angermeyer, MM Das, DV Singh, KD Seed
Viruses 10 (6), 2018
272018
Evolutionary sweeps of subviral parasites and their phage host bring unique parasite variants and disappearance of a phage CRISPR-Cas system
A Angermeyer, S Hays, M Nguyen, F Johura, M Sultana, M Alam, K Seed
mBio, 2021
202021
Salt marsh sediment bacterial communities maintain original population structure after transplantation across a latitudinal gradient
A Angermeyer, SC Crosby, JA Huber
PeerJ 6, e4735, 2018
192018
A phage weaponizes a satellite recombinase to subvert viral restriction
MHT Nguyen, Z Netter, A Angermeyer, KD Seed
Nucleic acids research 50 (19), 11138-11153, 2022
62022
The RNA–RNA interactome between a phage and its satellite virus reveals a small RNA that differentially regulates gene expression across both genomes
DT Dunham, A Angermeyer, KD Seed
Molecular Microbiology 119 (4), 515-533, 2023
52023
Emergence and Evolutionary Response of Vibrio cholerae to Novel Bacteriophage, Democratic Republic of the Congo
MT Alam, C Mavian, TK Paisie, MS Tagliamonte, MN Cash, A Angermeyer, ...
Emerging Infectious Diseases 28 (12), 2482-2490, 2022
42022
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