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1) Bile salts and alkaline pH reciprocally modulate the interaction between the periplasmic domains of Vibrio cholerae ToxR and ToxS 

C. R. Midgett ,  S. Almagro-MorenoM. Pellegrini, R. K. Taylor, K. Skorupski, F. J. Kull. Molecular Microbiology. 2017 

2) Origins of pandemic Vibrio cholerae from environmental gene pools 

B. J. Shapiro, I. Levade, G. Kovacikova, R. K. Taylor,  S. Almagro-Moreno*. Nature Microbiology. 2016 

3) Intestinal colonization dynamics of Vibrio cholerae 

S. Almagro-Moreno*, K. Pruss, and R. K. Taylor. PLoS Pathogens. 2015 

4) Proteolysis of virulence regulator ToxR is associated with entry of Vibrio cholerae into a dormant state 

S. Almagro-Moreno*, T. K. Kim, K. Skorupski, and R. K. Taylor. PLoS Genetics. 2015

5) Role of ToxS in the proteolytic cascade of virulence regulator ToxR in Vibrio cholerae 

S. Almagro-Moreno*, M. Z. Root, and R. K. Taylor. Molecular Microbiology2015

6) Host-like carbohydrates promote bloodstream survival of Vibrio vulnificus in vivo 

S. J. Lubin, W. G. Lewis, N. M. Gilbert, S. Almagro-Moreno, E. F. Boyd, A. L. Lewis. Infection and Immunity. 2015

7) Cholera: Environmental reservoirs and impact on disease transmission 

S. Almagro-Moreno and R. K. Taylor. Microbiology Spectrum. 2013

8) Cholera: Environmental reservoirs and impact on disease transmission 

S. Almagro-Moreno and R. K. Taylor. Book chapter for “OneHealth: People, Animals, and Environment”. ASM press. 2013

9) Ecology and genetic structure of a northern temperate Vibrio cholerae population related to toxigenic isolates 

B. M. Schuster, A. L. Tyzik, R. A. Donner, M. J. Striplin, S. Almagro-Moreno, S. H. Jones, V. S. Cooper, and C. A. Whistler. Applied Environmental Microbiology. 2011

10) An atomic force microscopy method for the detection of binding forces between bacteria and a lipid bilayer containing higher order gangliosides  

E. L. Adams, S. Almagro-Moreno and E. F. Boyd. Journal of Microbiological Methods. 2010

11) Dichotomy in the evolution of pathogenicity island and bacteriophage encoded integrases from pathogenic Escherichia coli strains 

S. Almagro-Moreno, M. G. Napolitano and E. F. Boyd. Infection, Genetics and Evolution. 2010

12) Excision dynamics of Vibrio pathogenicity island-2 from Vibrio cholerae: role of a recombination directionality factor VefA 

S. Almagro-Moreno, M. G. Napolitano and E. F. Boyd. BMC Microbiology. 2010

13) Bacterial catabolism of nonulosonic (sialic) acid and fitness in the gut  

S. Almagro-Moreno and E. F. Boyd. Gut Microbes. 2010

14) How genomics has shaped our understanding of the evolution and emergence of pathogenic Vibrio cholerae 

S. Almagro-Moreno, R. Murphy, and E. F. Boyd. Book chapter for “Genomics of Foodborne and Waterborne Pathogens“. ASM press, 2010

15) Sialic acid catabolism confers a competitive advantage to pathogenic Vibrio cholerae in the mouse intestine 

S. Almagro-Moreno and E. F. Boyd. Infection and Immunity. 2009

16) Insights into the evolution of sialic acid catabolism among bacteria

S. Almagro-Moreno and E. F. Boyd. BMC Evolutionary Biology. 2009

17) Genomic islands are dynamic, ancient integrative elements in bacterial evolution

E. F. Boyd, S. Almagro-Moreno and M. A. Parent. Trends in Microbiology. 2009

18) The genomic code: inferring Vibrionaceae niche specialization

F. J. Reen, S. Almagro-Moreno, D. Ussery and E. F. Boyd. Nature Reviews Microbiology. 2006

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