Christen Klinger
Christen Klinger
Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Medicine, University of Alberta
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Chromerid genomes reveal the evolutionary path from photosynthetic algae to obligate intracellular parasites
YH Woo, H Ansari, TD Otto, CM Klinger, M Kolisko, J Michálek, A Saxena, ...
elife 4, e06974, 2015
Chimeric origins of ochrophytes and haptophytes revealed through an ancient plastid proteome
RG Dorrell, G Gile, G Mccallum, R Méheust, EP Bapteste, CM Klinger, ...
elife 6, e23717, 2017
Assessment of microbiome changes after rumen transfaunation: implications on improving feed efficiency in beef cattle
M Zhou, YJ Peng, Y Chen, CM Klinger, M Oba, JX Liu, LL Guan
Microbiome 6 (1), 1-14, 2018
Tracing the archaeal origins of eukaryotic membrane-trafficking system building blocks
CM Klinger, A Spang, JB Dacks, TJG Ettema
Molecular biology and evolution 33 (6), 1528-1541, 2016
Comparative genomic analysis of multi-subunit tethering complexes demonstrates an ancient pan-eukaryotic complement and sculpting in Apicomplexa
CM Klinger, MJ Klute, JB Dacks
PloS one 8 (9), e76278, 2013
An endocytic-secretory cycle participates in Toxoplasma gondii in motility
S Gras, E Jimenez-Ruiz, CM Klinger, K Schneider, A Klingl, L Lemgruber, ...
PLoS Biology 17 (6), e3000060, 2019
A role for adaptor protein complex 1 in protein targeting to rhoptry organelles in Plasmodium falciparum
KMK Kibria, K Rawat, CM Klinger, G Datta, M Panchal, S Singh, GR Iyer, ...
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Molecular Cell Research 1853 (3), 699-710, 2015
Cryptic organelle homology in apicomplexan parasites: insights from evolutionary cell biology
CM Klinger, RE Nisbet, DT Ouologuem, DS Roos, JB Dacks
Current opinion in microbiology 16 (4), 424-431, 2013
A Systematic Cell‐Based Analysis of Localization of Predicted Drosophila Peroxisomal Proteins
MN Baron, CM Klinger, RA Rachubinski, AJ Simmonds
Traffic 17 (5), 536-553, 2016
Evolution and natural history of membrane trafficking in eukaryotes
K More, CM Klinger, LD Barlow, JB Dacks
Current Biology 30 (10), R553-R564, 2020
Plastid transcript editing across dinoflagellate lineages shows lineage-specific application but conserved trends
CM Klinger, L Paoli, RJ Newby, MYW Wang, HD Carroll, JD Leblond, ...
Genome biology and evolution 10 (4), 1019-1038, 2018
Progressive and biased divergent evolution underpins the origin and diversification of peridinin dinoflagellate plastids
RG Dorrell, CM Klinger, RJ Newby, ER Butterfield, E Richardson, ...
Molecular Biology and Evolution 34 (2), 361-379, 2016
Resolving the homology—function relationship through comparative genomics of membrane-trafficking machinery and parasite cell biology
CM Klinger, I Ramirez-Macias, EK Herman, AP Turkewitz, MC Field, ...
Molecular and biochemical parasitology 209 (1-2), 88-103, 2016
Ancient complement and lineage-specific evolution of the Sec7 ARF GEF proteins in eukaryotes
SV Pipaliya, A Schlacht, CM Klinger, RA Kahn, J Dacks
Molecular biology of the cell 30 (15), 1846-1863, 2019
Michá lek
YH Woo, H Ansari, TD Otto, CM Klinger, M Kolisko
J., Saxena, A., Shanmugam, D., Tayyrov, A., Veluchamy, A., et al, 2015
Phylogeny and evolution
CM Klinger, A Karnkowska, EK Herman, V Hampl, JB Dacks
Molecular parasitology, 383-408, 2016
Genetic analysis of ID1-DBL2X predicts its validity as a vaccine candidate in Colombia and supports at least two independently introduced Plasmodium falciparum populations in …
J Rajwani, CM Klinger, E Arango, MI Arroyo, A Sabbagh, A Maestre, ...
Infection, Genetics and Evolution 55, 175-185, 2017
Small genomes and big data: Adaptation of plastid genomics to the high-throughput era
CM Klinger, E Richardson
Biomolecules 9 (8), 299, 2019
Apicomplexan motility depends on the operation of an endocytic-secretory cycle
S Gras, E Jimenez-Ruiz, CM Klinger, L Lemgruber, M Meissner
bioRxiv, 450080, 2018
Research data supporting" The ancestral ochrophyte plastid proteome"
R Dorrell, G Gile, G McCallum, L Guegen, CM Klinger, R Meheust, ...
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