John A Burns
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Global transcriptome analysis of the aphelid Paraphelidium tribonemae supports the phagotrophic origin of fungi
G Torruella, X Grau-Bové, D Moreira, SA Karpov, JA Burns, ...
Communications Biology 1 (1), 231, 2018
Gene-based predictive models of trophic modes suggest Asgard archaea are not phagocytotic
JA Burns, AA Pittis, E Kim
Nature Ecology & Evolution 2 (4), 697-704, 2018
Transcriptome analysis illuminates the nature of the intracellular interaction in a vertebrate-algal symbiosis
JA Burns, H Zhang, E Hill, E Kim, R Kerney
Elife 6, e22054, 2017
O 6-Methylguanine induces altered proteins at the level of transcription in human cells
JA Burns, K Dreij, L Cartularo, DA Scicchitano
Nucleic acids research 38 (22), 8178-8187, 2010
Transcription elongation past O6-methylguanine by human RNA polymerase II and bacteriophage T7 RNA polymerase
A Dimitri, JA Burns, S Broyde, DA Scicchitano
Nucleic acids research 36 (20), 6459-6471, 2008
Comparative genomics of a bacterivorous green alga reveals evolutionary causalities and consequences of phago-mixotrophic mode of nutrition
JA Burns, A Paasch, A Narechania, E Kim
Genome biology and evolution 7 (11), 3047-3061, 2015
Experimental identification and in silico prediction of bacterivory in green algae
NA Bock, S Charvet, J Burns, Y Gyaltshen, A Rozenberg, S Duhamel, ...
The ISME Journal 15 (7), 1987-2000, 2021
O6-methylguanine–induced transcriptional mutagenesis reduces p53 tumor-suppressor function
M Ezerskyte, JA Paredes, S Malvezzi, JA Burns, GP Margison, M Olsson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (18), 4731-4736, 2018
Nucleotide excision repair and transcription-coupled DNA repair abrogate the impact of DNA damage on transcription
A Nadkarni, JA Burns, A Gandolfi, MA Chowdhury, L Cartularo, C Berens, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 291 (2), 848-861, 2016
No evidence of Phago‐mixotropy in Micromonas polaris (Mamiellophyceae), the Dominant Picophytoplankton Species in the Arctic
V Jimenez, JA Burns, F Le Gall, F Not, D Vaulot
Journal of Phycology 57 (2), 435-446, 2021
Co-cultures of Oophila amblystomatis between Ambystoma maculatum and Ambystoma gracile hosts show host-symbiont fidelity
R Kerney, J Leavitt, E Hill, H Zhang, E Kim, J Burns
Symbiosis 78, 73-85, 2019
Heterotrophic carbon fixation in a salamander-alga symbiosis
JA Burns, R Kerney, S Duhamel
Frontiers in Microbiology 11, 1815, 2020
Ultra-gentle soft robotic fingers induce minimal transcriptomic response in a fragile marine animal
M Tessler, MR Brugler, JA Burns, NR Sinatra, DM Vogt, A Varma, M Xiao, ...
Current Biology 30 (4), R157-R158, 2020
Complete mitochondrial genomes of prasinophyte algae Pyramimonas parkeae and Cymbomonas tetramitiformis
A Satjarak, JA Burns, E Kim, LE Graham
Journal of phycology 53 (3), 601-615, 2017
Phylogenomics and the first higher taxonomy of Placozoa, an ancient and enigmatic animal phylum
M Tessler, JS Neumann, K Kamm, HJ Osigus, G Eshel, A Narechania, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 10, 1016357, 2022
DNA damage and transcription elongation: Consequences and RNA integrity
K Dreij, JA Burns, A Dimitri, L Nirenstein, T Noujnykh, DA Scicchitano
The chemical biology of DNA damage, 399-437, 2010
The bacterial diversity lurking in protist cell cultures
A Aponte, Y Gyaltshen, JA Burns, AA Heiss, E Kim, SD Warring
American Museum Novitates 2021 (3975), 1-14, 2021
Phagocytosis underpins the biotrophic lifestyle of intracellular parasites in the class Phytomyxea (Rhizaria)
A Garvetto, P Murúa, M Kirchmair, W Salvenmoser, M Hittorf, S Ciaghi, ...
New Phytologist 238 (5), 2130-2143, 2023
Organismal and cellular interactions in vertebrate–alga symbioses
H Yang, B Genot, S Duhamel, R Kerney, JA Burns
Biochemical Society Transactions 50 (1), 609-620, 2022
From intent to implementation: Factors affecting public involvement in life science research
JA Burns, S Holden, K Korzec, ER Dorris
PloS one 16 (4), e0250023, 2021
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