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Mechanisms of, and barriers to, horizontal gene transfer between bacteria
CM Thomas, KM Nielsen
Nature reviews microbiology 3 (9), 711-721, 2005
Release and persistence of extracellular DNA in the environment
KM Nielsen, PJ Johnsen, D Bensasson, D Daffonchio
Environmental biosafety research 6 (1-2), 37-53, 2007
Horizontal gene transfer from transgenic plants to terrestrial bacteria–a rare event?
KM Nielsen, AM Bones, K Smalla, JD van Elsas
FEMS microbiology reviews 22 (2), 79-103, 1998
Transformation of Acinetobacter sp. strain BD413 (pFG4ΔnptII) with transgenic plant DNA in soil microcosms and effects of kanamycin on selection of transformants
KM Nielsen, JD van Elsas, K Smalla
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 66 (3), 1237-1242, 2000
Recent origin of Plasmodium falciparum from a single progenitor
SK Volkman, AE Barry, EJ Lyons, KM Nielsen, SM Thomas, M Choi, ...
Science 293 (5529), 482-484, 2001
Monitoring and modeling horizontal gene transfer
KM Nielsen, JP Townsend
Nature biotechnology 22 (9), 1110-1114, 2004
Natural transformation and availability of transforming DNA to Acinetobacter calcoaceticus in soil microcosms.
KM Nielsen, MD Van Weerelt, TN Berg, AM Bones, AN Hagler, ...
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 63 (5), 1945-1952, 1997
Transgenic organisms—time for conceptual diversification?
KM Nielsen
Nature biotechnology 21 (3), 227-228, 2003
Population structure and gene evolution in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
E Aa, JP Townsend, RI Adams, KM Nielsen, JW Taylor
FEMS yeast research 6 (5), 702-715, 2006
Factors affecting the reversal of antimicrobial-drug resistance
PJ Johnsen, JP Townsend, T Bøhn, GS Simonsen, A Sundsfjord, ...
The Lancet infectious diseases 9 (6), 357-364, 2009
Critical knowledge gaps and research needs related to the environmental dimensions of antibiotic resistance
DGJ Larsson, A Andremont, J Bengtsson-Palme, KK Brandt, ...
Environment international 117, 132-138, 2018
Natural transformation facilitates transfer of transposons, integrons and gene cassettes between bacterial species
S Domingues, K Harms, WF Fricke, PJ Johnsen, GJ Da Silva, KM Nielsen
PLoS pathogens 8 (8), e1002837, 2012
Bacterial natural transformation by highly fragmented and damaged DNA
S Overballe-Petersen, K Harms, LAA Orlando, JVM Mayar, S Rasmussen, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (49), 19860-19865, 2013
Evaluation of possible horizontal gene transfer from transgenic plants to the soil bacterium Acinetobacter calcoaceticus BD413
KM Nielsen, F Gebhard, K Smalla, AM Bones, JD Van Elsas
Theoretical and applied genetics 95 (5-6), 815-821, 1997
Excess polymorphisms in genes for membrane proteins in Plasmodium falciparum
SK Volkman, DL Hartl, DF Wirth, KM Nielsen, M Choi, S Batalov, Y Zhou, ...
Science 298 (5591), 216-218, 2002
Gene transfer potential of outer membrane vesicles of Acinetobacter baylyi and effects of stress on vesiculation
S Fulsundar, K Harms, GE Flaten, PJ Johnsen, BA Chopade, KM Nielsen
Applied and environmental microbiology 80 (11), 3469-3483, 2014
PCR-based plasmid typing in Enterococcus faecium strains reveals widely distributed pRE25-, pRUM-, pIP501- and pHTβ-related replicons associated with …
TCS Rosvoll, T Pedersen, H Sletvold, PJ Johnsen, JE Sollid, ...
FEMS Immunology & Medical Microbiology 58 (2), 254-268, 2010
Integrons: vehicles and pathways for horizontal dissemination in bacteria
S Domingues, GJ da Silva, KM Nielsen
Mobile genetic elements 2 (5), 211-223, 2012
Induced natural transformation of Acinetobacter calcoaceticus in soil microcosms.
KM Nielsen, AM Bones, JD Van Elsas
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 63 (10), 3972-3977, 1997
The stability and degradation of dietary DNA in the gastrointestinal tract of mammals: implications for horizontal gene transfer and the biosafety of GMOs
A Rizzi, N Raddadi, C Sorlini, L Nordgrd, KM Nielsen, D Daffonchio
Critical reviews in food science and nutrition 52 (2), 142-161, 2012
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