Anna Selmecki
Anna Selmecki
Assistant Professor of Microbiology and Immunology, University of Minnesota Medical School
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Aneuploidy and isochromosome formation in drug-resistant Candida albicans
A Selmecki, A Forche, J Berman
Science 313 (5785), 367-370, 2006
A mutation in Tac1p, a transcription factor regulating CDR1 and CDR2, is coupled with loss of heterozygosity at chromosome 5 to mediate antifungal resistance in Candida albicans
A Coste, V Turner, F Ischer, J Morschhäuser, A Forche, A Selmecki, ...
Genetics 172 (4), 2139-2156, 2006
Polyploidy can drive rapid adaptation in yeast
AM Selmecki, YE Maruvka, PA Richmond, M Guillet, N Shoresh, ...
Nature 519 (7543), 349-352, 2015
Genotypic Evolution of Azole Resistance Mechanisms in Sequential Candida albicans Isolates
A Coste, A Selmecki, A Forche, D Diogo, ME Bougnoux, C d'Enfert, ...
Eukaryotic cell 6 (10), 1889-1904, 2007
Acquisition of aneuploidy provides increased fitness during the evolution of antifungal drug resistance
AM Selmecki, K Dulmage, LE Cowen, JB Anderson, J Berman
PLoS genetics 5 (10), e1000705, 2009
An isochromosome confers drug resistance in vivo by amplification of two genes, ERG11 and TAC1
A Selmecki, M Gerami‐Nejad, C Paulson, A Forche, J Berman
Molecular microbiology 68 (3), 624-641, 2008
Genomic plasticity of the human fungal pathogen Candida albicans
A Selmecki, A Forche, J Berman
Eukaryotic cell 9 (7), 991-1008, 2010
Comparative genome hybridization reveals widespread aneuploidy in Candida albicans laboratory strains
A Selmecki, S Bergmann, J Berman
Molecular microbiology 55 (5), 1553-1565, 2005
Neocentromeres Form Efficiently at Multiple Possible Loci in Candida albicans
C Ketel, HSW Wang, M McClellan, K Bouchonville, A Selmecki, T Lahav, ...
PLoS genetics 5 (3), e1000400, 2009
Evolution in Candida albicans Populations During a Single Passage Through a Mouse Host
A Forche, PT Magee, A Selmecki, J Berman, G May
Genetics 182 (3), 799-811, 2009
Aneuploid Chromosomes Are Highly Unstable during DNA Transformation of Candida albicans
K Bouchonville, A Forche, KES Tang, A Selmecki, J Berman
Eukaryotic Cell 8 (10), 1554-1566, 2009
Ploidy variation in fungi: polyploidy, aneuploidy, and genome evolution
RT Todd, A Forche, A Selmecki
Microbiology spectrum 5 (4), 5.4. 09, 2017
The Candida albicans transcription factor Cas5 couples stress responses, drug resistance and cell cycle regulation
JL Xie, L Qin, Z Miao, BT Grys, JDLC Diaz, K Ting, JR Krieger, J Tong, ...
Nature communications 8 (1), 1-18, 2017
Haplotype mapping of a diploid non-meiotic organism using existing and induced aneuploidies
M Legrand, A Forche, A Selmecki, C Chan, DT Kirkpatrick, J Berman
PLoS genetics 4 (1), e1, 2008
Genome plasticity in Candida albicans is driven by long repeat sequences
RT Todd, TD Wikoff, A Forche, A Selmecki
Elife 8, e45954, 2019
Rad52 function prevents chromosome loss and truncation in Candida albicans
E Andaluz, A Bellido, J Gómez‐Raja, A Selmecki, K Bouchonville, ...
Molecular microbiology 79 (6), 1462-1482, 2011
The influence of polyploidy on the evolution of yeast grown in a sub-optimal carbon source
AL Scott, PA Richmond, RD Dowell, AM Selmecki
Molecular biology and evolution 34 (10), 2690-2703, 2017
Global analysis of genetic circuitry and adaptive mechanisms enabling resistance to the azole antifungal drugs
HOC Mount, NM Revie, RT Todd, K Anstett, C Collins, M Costanzo, ...
PLoS genetics 14 (4), e1007319, 2018
Selection of Candida albicans trisomy during oropharyngeal infection results in a commensal-like phenotype
A Forche, NV Solis, M Swidergall, R Thomas, A Guyer, A Beach, ...
PLoS genetics 15 (5), e1008137, 2019
Expandable and reversible copy number amplification drives rapid adaptation to antifungal drugs
RT Todd, A Selmecki
Elife 9, e58349, 2020
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