Heather Hendrickson
TitleCited byYear
Lateral gene transfer: when will adolescence end?
JG Lawrence, H Hendrickson
Molecular microbiology 50 (3), 739-749, 2003
2192003
Amplification–mutagenesis: evidence that “directed” adaptive mutation and general hypermutability result from growth with a selected gene amplification
H Hendrickson, ES Slechta, U Bergthorsson, DI Andersson, JR Roth
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (4), 2164-2169, 2002
1652002
Selection for chromosome architecture in bacteria
H Hendrickson, JG Lawrence
Journal of molecular evolution 62 (5), 615-629, 2006
872006
Genome evolution in bacteria: order beneath chaos
JG Lawrence, H Hendrickson
Current opinion in microbiology 8 (5), 572-578, 2005
852005
Mutational bias suggests that replication termination occurs near the dif site, not at Ter sites
H Hendrickson, JG Lawrence
Molecular microbiology 64 (1), 42-56, 2007
742007
Order and disorder during Escherichia coli divergence
H Hendrickson
PLoS genetics 5 (1), e1000335, 2009
222009
An inclusive Research Education Community (iREC): Impact of the SEA-PHAGES program on research outcomes and student learning
DI Hanauer, MJ Graham, L Betancur, A Bobrownicki, SG Cresawn, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (51), 13531-13536, 2017
102017
Chromosome structure and constraints on lateral gene transfer
JG Lawrence, H Hendrickson
Dev Genet 2004, 319-336, 2004
92004
Bacteriophage G: analysis of a bacterium-sized phage genome
ML Pedulla, JA Lewis, HL Hendrickson, ME Ford, JM Houtz, CL Peebles, ...
Proceeding of the 103rd Annual Meeting of the American Society for …, 2003
92003
Evolution: How the unicorn got its horn
H Hendrickson, PB Rainey
Nature 489 (7417), 504, 2012
72012
The lion and the mouse: how bacteriophages create, liberate, and decimate bacterial pathogens
H Hendrickson
Bacteriophages in health and disease. CABI Press, Wallingford, 61-75, 2012
32012
Chromosome architecture constrains horizontal gene transfer in bacteria
HL Hendrickson, D Barbeau, R Ceschin, JG Lawrence
PLoS genetics 14 (5), e1007421, 2018
22018
Complete genome sequences of three novel Pseudomonas fluorescens SBW25 bacteriophages, Noxifer, Phabio, and Skulduggery
JK Wojtus, JL Fitch, E Christian, T Dalefield, JK Lawes, K Kumar, ...
Genome Announc. 5 (31), e00725-17, 2017
22017
Experimental Evolution of Cell Shape in Bacteria
PR Yulo, N Desprat, ML Gerth, Y Liu, XX Zhang, PB Rainey, ...
bioRxiv, 263681, 2018
12018
Complete Genome Sequences of Cluster A Mycobacteriophages BobSwaget, Fred313, KADY, Lokk, MyraDee, Stagni, and StepMih
KA Butela, SMR Gurney, HL Hendrickson, JM LeBlanc-Straceski, ...
Genome Announc. 5 (43), e01182-17, 2017
12017
Genome Sequence of a Jumbo Bacteriophage That Infects the Kiwifruit Phytopathogen Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidiae
JK Wojtus, RA Frampton, S Warring, H Hendrickson, PC Fineran
Microbiology resource announcements 8 (22), e00224-19, 2019
2019
Complete Genome Sequences of Nine Mycobacteriophages from New Zealand, Beatrix, Carthage, Daegal, Dulcie, Fancypants, Fenn, Inca, Naira, and Robyn
CG Davies, JK Wojtus, CER Gilligan, SF Latu, TJ Manning, CE Meyer, ...
Microbiology resource announcements 8 (20), e00395-19, 2019
2019
Manifold routes to a nucleus
HL Hendrickson, AM Poole
Frontiers in Microbiology 9, 2604, 2018
2018
Untreatable gonorrhoea, are we there yet?
C Bromhead, H Hendrickson
The Biochemist, 2017
2017
DNA replication can still spring surprises
HL Hendrickson
Genome biology 9 (8), 317, 2008
2008
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