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Amelia Chase McKitterick, Ph.D.

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  1. McKitterick AC, Hays SG, Johura FT, Alam M, Seed KD. Viral Satellites Exploit Phage Proteins to Escape Degradation of the Bacterial Host Chromosome. Cell Host Microbe. 2019 10 09; 26(4):504-514.e4. PMID: 31600502.
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  2. McKitterick AC, LeGault KN, Angermeyer A, Alam M, Seed KD. Competition between mobile genetic elements drives optimization of a phage-encoded CRISPR-Cas system: insights from a natural arms race. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 2019 05 13; 374(1772):20180089. PMID: 30905288.
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  3. McKitterick AC, Seed KD. Anti-phage islands force their target phage to directly mediate island excision and spread. Nat Commun. 2018 06 14; 9(1):2348. PMID: 29904071.
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  4. O'Hara BJ, Barth ZK, McKitterick AC, Seed KD. A highly specific phage defense system is a conserved feature of the Vibrio cholerae mobilome. PLoS Genet. 2017 Jun; 13(6):e1006838. PMID: 28594826.
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