Shehre-Banoo Malik
Shehre-Banoo Malik
Dalhousie University (CIFAR Global Scholar Alumna)
Verified email at dal.ca
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Draft genome sequence of the sexually transmitted pathogen Trichomonas vaginalis
JM Carlton, RP Hirt, JC Silva, AL Delcher, M Schatz, Q Zhao, JR Wortman, ...
Science 315 (5809), 207-212, 2007
8092007
A phylogenomic inventory of meiotic genes: evidence for sex in Giardia and an early eukaryotic origin of meiosis
MA Ramesh, SB Malik, JM Logsdon Jr
Current biology 15 (2), 185-191, 2005
4262005
Pan genome of the phytoplankton Emiliania underpins its global distribution
BA Read, J Kegel, MJ Klute, A Kuo, SC Lefebvre, F Maumus, C Mayer, ...
Nature 499 (7457), 209-213, 2013
3182013
Algal genomes reveal evolutionary mosaicism and the fate of nucleomorphs
BA Curtis, G Tanifuji, F Burki, A Gruber, M Irimia, S Maruyama, MC Arias, ...
Nature 492 (7427), 59-65, 2012
3052012
An expanded inventory of conserved meiotic genes provides evidence for sex in Trichomonas vaginalis
SB Malik, AW Pightling, LM Stefaniak, AM Schurko, JM Logsdon Jr
PloS one 3 (8), 2008
2202008
An expanded inventory of conserved meiotic genes provides evidence for sex in Trichomonas vaginalis
SB Malik, AW Pightling, LM Stefaniak, AM Schurko, JM Logsdon Jr
PloS one 3 (8), 2008
2202008
Genetic complementation in apicomplexan parasites
B Striepen, MW White, C Li, MN Guerini, SB Malik, JM Logsdon, C Liu, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (9), 6304-6309, 2002
1432002
Functional evolution of ADAMTS genes: evidence from analyses of phylogeny and gene organization
AC Nicholson, SB Malik, JM Logsdon, EG Van Meir
BMC evolutionary biology 5 (1), 11, 2005
1022005
Conserved meiotic machinery in Glomus spp., a putatively ancient asexual fungal lineage
S Halary, SB Malik, L Lildhar, CH Slamovits, M Hijri, N Corradi
Genome biology and evolution 3, 950-958, 2011
992011
Protist Homologs of the Meiotic Spo11 Gene and Topoisomerase VI reveal an Evolutionary History of Gene Duplication and Lineage-Specific Loss
SB Malik, MA Ramesh, AM Hulstrand, JM Logsdon Jr
Molecular biology and evolution 24 (12), 2827-2841, 2007
832007
Phylogeny of parasitic parabasalia and free-living relatives inferred from conventional markers vs. Rpb1, a single-copy gene
SB Malik, CD Brochu, I Bilic, J Yuan, M Hess, JM Logsdon Jr, JM Carlton
PLoS One 6 (6), 2011
392011
Extreme genome diversity in the hyper-prevalent parasitic eukaryote Blastocystis
E Gentekaki, BA Curtis, CW Stairs, V Klimeš, M Eliáš, DE Salas-Leiva, ...
PLoS biology 15 (9), e2003769, 2017
372017
Evidence of independent gene duplications during the evolution of archaeal and eukaryotic family B DNA polymerases.
DR Edgell, SB Malik, WF Doolittle
Molecular biology and evolution 15 (9), 1207-1217, 1998
321998
Analysis of EST data of the marine protist Oxyrrhis marina, an emerging model for alveolate biology and evolution
R Lee, H Lai, SB Malik, JF Saldarriaga, PJ Keeling, CH Slamovits
BMC genomics 15 (1), 122, 2014
202014
The genome of Trichomonas vaginalis
JM Carlton, SB Malik, SA Sullivan, T Sicheritz-Pontén, P Tang, RP Hirt
Anaerobic Parasitic Protozoa: Genomics and Molecular Biology, 2010
142010
A mutation in the FHA domain of Coprinus cinereus Nbs1 leads to Spo11-independent meiotic recombination and chromosome segregation
KN Crown, OP Savytskyy, SB Malik, J Logsdon, RS Williams, JA Tainer, ...
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 3 (11), 1927-1943, 2013
112013
The early evolution of meiotic genes
SB Malik
University of Iowa, 2007
12007
ON THE UNKNOWN MECHANISMS OF MEIOTIC CELLS DIVISION AT TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.
MA Ramesh, SB Malik, JM Logsdon, N Sax, T Shao, D Tang, K Wang, ...
ЦИТОЛОГИЯ 62 (3), 2020
2020
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DM Osterholt, F Onikpo, M Lama, MS Deming, AK Rowe
Hum Resour Health 7, 77, 2009
2009
The evolution of land plants inferred using domains DF of the largest subunit of RNA polymerase II.
S Malik
2000
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