Jeffrey L Blanchard
Jeffrey L Blanchard
Associate Professor of Biology, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Verified email at bio.umass.edu - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Perspective: evolution and detection of genetic robustness
JAGM De Visser, J Hermisson, GP Wagner, LA Meyers, ...
Evolution 57 (9), 1959-1972, 2003
6442003
Perspective: spontaneous deleterious mutation
M Lynch, J Blanchard, D Houle, T Kibota, S Schultz, L Vassilieva, J Willis
Evolution 53 (3), 645-663, 1999
4461999
Diminishing returns from mutation supply rate in asexual populations
M De Visser, CW Zeyl, PJ Gerrish, JL Blanchard, RE Lenski
Science 283 (5400), 404-406, 1999
3601999
Untangling the genetic basis of fibrolytic specialization by Lachnospiraceae and Ruminococcaceae in diverse gut communities
A Biddle, L Stewart, J Blanchard, S Leschine
Diversity 5 (3), 627-640, 2013
2932013
Organellar genes: why do they end up in the nucleus?
JL Blanchard, M Lynch
Trends in genetics 16 (7), 315-320, 2000
1972000
Tempo and mode of genome evolution in a 50,000-generation experiment
O Tenaillon, JE Barrick, N Ribeck, DE Deatherage, JL Blanchard, ...
Nature 536 (7615), 165-170, 2016
1872016
Evolutionary origins of the eukaryotic shikimate pathway: gene fusions, horizontal gene transfer, and endosymbiotic replacements
TA Richards, JB Dacks, SA Campbell, JL Blanchard, PG Foster, ...
Eukaryotic cell 5 (9), 1517-1531, 2006
1632006
Deleterious mutation accumulation in organelle genomes
M Lynch, JL Blanchard
Mutation and evolution, 29-39, 1998
1591998
Evidence that plant-like genes in Chlamydia species reflect an ancestral relationship between Chlamydiaceae, cyanobacteria, and the chloroplast
FSL Brinkman, JL Blanchard, A Cherkasov, Y Av-Gay, RC Brunham, ...
Genome research 12 (8), 1159-1167, 2002
1312002
Rapid changes in gene expression dynamics in response to superoxide reveal SoxRS-dependent and independent transcriptional networks
JL Blanchard, WY Wholey, EM Conlon, PJ Pomposiello
PloS one 2 (11), 2007
1302007
Long-term forest soil warming alters microbial communities in temperate forest soils
KM DeAngelis, G Pold, BD Topçuoğlu, LTA van Diepen, RM Varney, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 6, 104, 2015
1182015
Mitochondrial DNA migration events in yeast and humans: integration by a common end-joining mechanism and alternative perspectives on nucleotide substitution patterns.
JL Blanchard, GW Schmidt
Molecular biology and evolution 13 (3), 537-548, 1996
1181996
Pervasive migration of organellar DNA to the nucleus in plants
JL Blanchard, GW Schmidt
Journal of Molecular Evolution 41 (4), 397-406, 1995
1041995
The Non‐Photosynthetic Plastid in Malarial Parasites and Other Apicomplexans is Derived from Outside the Green Plastid Lineage
JL BLANCHARD, JS HICKS
Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 46 (4), 367-375, 1999
871999
Methods and compositions for improving the production of products in microorganisms
J Blanchard, S Leschine, E Petit, J Fabel, M Schmalisch
US Patent 7,943,363, 2011
722011
Involvement of a bacterial microcompartment in the metabolism of fucose and rhamnose by Clostridium phytofermentans
E Petit, WG LaTouf, MV Coppi, TA Warnick, D Currie, I Romashko, ...
PLoS One 8 (1), 2013
642013
An in vitro model of the horse gut microbiome enables identification of lactate-utilizing bacteria that differentially respond to starch induction
AS Biddle, SJ Black, JL Blanchard
PloS one 8 (10), 2013
562013
The distribution of polyhedral bacterial microcompartments suggests frequent horizontal transfer and operon reassembly
F Abdul-Rahman, E Petit, JL Blanchard
J Phylogenetics Evol Biol 1 (4), 118, 2013
402013
Strong genome-wide selection early in the evolution of Prochlorococcus resulted in a reduced genome through the loss of a large number of small effect genes
Z Sun, JL Blanchard
PLoS One 9 (3), 2014
372014
Transcriptional responses to estrogen and progesterone in mammary gland identify networks regulating p53 activity
S Lu, KA Becker, MJ Hagen, H Yan, AL Roberts, LA Mathews, ...
Endocrinology 149 (10), 4809-4820, 2008
362008
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