James P J Hall
James P J Hall
Tenure Track Fellow, University of Liverpool
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TitleCited byYear
Mosaic VSGs and the scale of Trypanosoma brucei antigenic variation
JPJ Hall, H Wang, JD Barry
PLoS pathogens 9 (7), e1003502, 2013
902013
DNA recombination strategies during antigenic variation in the African trypanosome
R McCulloch, LJ Morrison, JPJ Hall
Mobile DNA III, 409-435, 2015
402015
Source–sink plasmid transfer dynamics maintain gene mobility in soil bacterial communities
JPJ Hall, AJ Wood, E Harrison, MA Brockhurst
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (29), 8260-8265, 2016
322016
Sampling the mobile gene pool: innovation via horizontal gene transfer in bacteria
JPJ Hall, MA Brockhurst, E Harrison
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 372 …, 2017
292017
Genome hyperevolution and the success of a parasite
JD Barry, JPJ Hall, L Plenderleith
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1267 (1), 11, 2012
232012
Environmentally co‐occurring mercury resistance plasmids are genetically and phenotypically diverse and confer variable context‐dependent fitness effects
JPJ Hall, E Harrison, AK Lilley, S Paterson, AJ Spiers, MA Brockhurst
Environmental microbiology 17 (12), 5008-5022, 2015
212015
Identification of low-and high-impact hemagglutinin amino acid substitutions that drive antigenic drift of influenza A (H1N1) viruses
WT Harvey, DJ Benton, V Gregory, JPJ Hall, RS Daniels, T Bedford, ...
PLoS pathogens 12 (4), e1005526, 2016
202016
The evolution of plasmid stability: Are infectious transmission and compensatory evolution competing evolutionary trajectories?
JPJ Hall, MA Brockhurst, C Dytham, E Harrison
Plasmid 91, 90-95, 2017
192017
Rapid compensatory evolution promotes the survival of conjugative plasmids
E Harrison, C Dytham, JPJ Hall, D Guymer, AJ Spiers, S Paterson, ...
Mobile genetic elements 6 (3), 2034-2039, 2016
192016
Positive selection inhibits gene mobilization and transfer in soil bacterial communities
JPJ Hall, D Williams, S Paterson, E Harrison, MA Brockhurst
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (9), 1348, 2017
152017
Gene mobility promotes the spread of resistance in bacterial populations
C Stevenson, JPJ Hall, E Harrison, AJ Wood, MA Brockhurst
The ISME journal 11 (8), 1930, 2017
112017
Viral host-adaptation: insights from evolution experiments with phages
JPJ Hall, E Harrison, MA Brockhurst
Current opinion in virology 3 (5), 572-577, 2013
112013
Variable plasmid fitness effects and mobile genetic element dynamics across Pseudomonas species
A Kottara, JPJ Hall, E Harrison, MA Brockhurst
FEMS microbiology ecology 94 (1), fix172, 2017
102017
Multi-host environments select for host-generalist conjugative plasmids
A Kottara, JPJ Hall, E Harrison, MA Brockhurst
BMC evolutionary biology 16 (1), 70, 2016
92016
Rapid compensatory evolution promotes the survival of conjugative plasmids. Mob Genet Elements 6: e1179074
E Harrison, C Dytham, JP Hall, D Guymer, AJ Spiers, S Paterson, ...
52016
Conflicting selection alters the trajectory of molecular evolution in a tripartite bacteria‐plasmid‐phage interaction
E Harrison, JPJ Hall, S Paterson, AJ Spiers, MA Brockhurst
Molecular Ecology, 2017
42017
Identifying the genetic basis of antigenic change in influenza A (H1N1)
WT Harvey, V Gregory, DJ Benton, JPJ Hall, RS Daniels, T Bedford, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:1404.4197, 2014
32014
DNA Recombination Strategies During Antigenic Variation in the African Trypanosome. Microbiology spectrum. 2015; 3 (2): MDNA3-0016-2014
R McCulloch, LJ Morrison, JP Hall
3
Plasmid stability is enhanced by higher-frequency pulses of positive selection
C Stevenson, JPJ Hall, MA Brockhurst, E Harrison
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1870), 20172497, 2018
22018
Application of long read sequencing to determine expressed antigen diversity in Trypanosoma brucei infections
S Jayaraman, C Harris, E Paxton, AM Donachie, H Vaikkinen, ...
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 13 (4), e0007262, 2019
12019
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