Sarah Preheim
Sarah Preheim
Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins University
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Resource partitioning and sympatric differentiation among closely related bacterioplankton
DE Hunt, LA David, D Gevers, SP Preheim, EJ Alm, MF Polz
Science 320 (5879), 1081-1085, 2008
Population genomics of early events in the ecological differentiation of bacteria
BJ Shapiro, J Friedman, OX Cordero, SP Preheim, SC Timberlake, ...
science 336 (6077), 48-51, 2012
Genotypic diversity within a natural coastal bacterioplankton population
JR Thompson, S Pacocha, C Pharino, V Klepac-Ceraj, DE Hunt, J Benoit, ...
Science 307, 1311-1313, 2005
Non-invasive mapping of the gastrointestinal microbiota identifies children with inflammatory bowel disease
E Papa, M Docktor, C Smillie, S Weber, SP Preheim, D Gevers, ...
PloS one 7 (6), e39242, 2012
Patterns and mechanisms of genetic and phenotypic differentiation in marine microbes
MF Polz, DE Hunt, SP Preheim, DM Weinreich
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 361 …, 2006
Massively parallel sequencing of single cells by epicPCR links functional genes with phylogenetic markers
SJ Spencer, MV Tamminen, SP Preheim, MT Guo, AW Briggs, IL Brito, ...
The ISME journal 10 (2), 427-436, 2016
Natural bacterial communities serve as quantitative geochemical biosensors
MB Smith, AM Rocha, CS Smillie, SW Olesen, C Paradis, L Wu, ...
MBio 6 (3), e00326-15, 2015
Interleukin-13 modulates collagen homeostasis in human skin and keloid fibroblasts
A Oriente, NS Fedarko, SE Pacocha, SK Huang, LM Lichtenstein, ...
Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 292 (3), 988-994, 2000
Developmental changes in the adhesive disk during Giardia differentiation
D Palm, M Weiland, AG McArthur, J Winiecka-Krusnell, MJ Cipriano, ...
Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology 141, 199-207, 2005
Distribution-based clustering: using ecology to refine the operational taxonomic unit
SP Preheim, AR Perrotta, AM Martin-Platero, A Gupta, EJ Alm
Applied and environmental microbiology 79 (21), 6593-6603, 2013
A new family of giardial cysteine-rich non-VSP protein genes and a novel cyst protein
BJ Davids, DS Reiner, SR Birkeland, SP Preheim, MJ Cipriano, ...
PloS one 1 (1), e44, 2006
A new family of giardial cysteine-rich non-VSP protein genes and a novel cyst protein
BJ Davids, DS Reiner, SR Birkeland, SP Preheim, MJ Cipriano, ...
PloS one 1 (1), e44, 2006
Adaptive radiation by waves of gene transfer leads to fine-scale resource partitioning in marine microbes
JH Hehemann, P Arevalo, MS Datta, X Yu, CH Corzett, A Henschel, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 12860, 2016
High resolution time series reveals cohesive but short-lived communities in coastal plankton
AM Martin-Platero, B Cleary, K Kauffman, SP Preheim, DJ McGillicuddy, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 266, 2018
Metapopulation structure of Vibrionaceae among coastal marine invertebrates
SP Preheim, Y Boucher, H Wildschutte, LA David, D Veneziano, EJ Alm, ...
Environmental Microbiology 13 (1), 265-275, 2011
Protein phosphatase 2A plays a crucial role in Giardia lamblia differentiation
T Lauwaet, BJ Davids, A Torres-Escobar, SR Birkeland, MJ Cipriano, ...
Molecular and biochemical parasitology 152 (1), 80-89, 2007
Transcriptome analyses of the Giardia lamblia life cycle
SR Birkeland, SP Preheim, BJ Davids, MJ Cipriano, D Palm, DS Reiner, ...
Molecular and biochemical parasitology 174 (1), 62-65, 2010
Computational methods for high-throughput comparative analyses of natural microbial communities
SP Preheim, AR Perrotta, J Friedman, C Smilie, I Brito, MB Smith, E Alm
Methods in enzymology 531, 353-370, 2013
Reproducibility of Vibrionaceae population structure in coastal bacterioplankton
G Szabo, SP Preheim, KM Kauffman, LA David, J Shapiro, EJ Alm, ...
The ISME journal 7 (3), 509-519, 2013
Merging taxonomy with ecological population prediction in a case study of Vibrionaceae
SP Preheim, S Timberlake, MF Polz
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 77 (20), 7195-7206, 2011
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