Amin R Mohamed
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The transcriptomic response of the coral Acropora digitifera to a competent Symbiodinium strain: the symbiosome as an arrested early phagosome
AR Mohamed, V Cumbo, S Harii, C Shinzato, CX Chan, MA Ragan, ...
Molecular ecology 25 (13), 3127-3141, 2016
592016
Deciphering the nature of the coral–Chromera association
AR Mohamed, VR Cumbo, S Harii, C Shinzato, CX Chan, MA Ragan, ...
The ISME journal 12 (3), 776-790, 2018
202018
Status of coral reef health in the northern Red Sea, Egypt
A Mohamed, AHA Mohamed, HA Abdel-salam
Yellowless D, Hughes TP (eds) Proceedings of the 12th International Coral …, 2012
162012
Resolving structure and function of metaorganisms through a holistic framework combining reductionist and integrative approaches
C Jaspers, S Fraune, AE Arnold, DJ Miller, TCG Bosch, CR Voolstra
Zoology 133, 81-87, 2019
9*2019
Polygenic and sex specific architecture for two maturation traits in farmed Atlantic salmon
AR Mohamed, KL Verbyla, HA Al-Mamun, S McWilliam, B Evans, H King, ...
BMC genomics 20 (1), 1-12, 2019
52019
Transcriptomic insights into the establishment of coral-algal symbioses from the symbiont perspective
AR Mohamed, N Andrade, A Moya, CX Chan, AP Negri, DG Bourne, ...
BioRxiv, 652131, 2019
32019
Hurghada coral diseases; are they due to the impacts of global warming or mass tourism?
HA Abdel-Salam, AHAM Ali, ARM Ismail
Egyptian Academic Journal of Biological Sciences, B. Zoology 2 (2), 33-46, 2010
32010
Genomes of the dinoflagellate Polarella glacialis encode tandemly repeated single-exon genes with adaptive functions
TG Stephens, RA González-Pech, Y Cheng, AR Mohamed, DW Burt, ...
BMC biology 18 (1), 1-21, 2020
22020
Coral Health and Disease in the Red Sea, Egypt: A Field Study Approach
AR Mohamed, HA Abdel-Salam
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2012
22012
Structural rearrangements drive extensive genome divergence between symbiotic and free-living Symbiodinium.
R Gonzalez-Pech, T Stephens, Y Chen, AR Mohamed, Y Cheng, DW Burt, ...
BioRxiv, 2019
12019
Polarella glacialis genomes encode tandem repeats of single-exon genes with functions critical to adaptation of dinoflagellates
TG Stephens, RA González-Pech, Y Cheng, AR Mohamed, DW Burt, ...
bioRxiv, 704437, 2019
12019
Current Knowledge of Coral Diseases Present Within the Red Sea
AR Mohamed, M Sweet
Oceanographic and Biological Aspects of the Red Sea, 387-400, 2019
12019
DNA Methylation and Transcriptomic Changes Involved in Atlantic Salmon Sexual Maturation
J Kijas, A Reverter, B Evans, H King, A Mohamed
Plant and Animal Genome PAG XXVIII, 2020
2020
Comparative transcriptomic analyses of Chromera and Symbiodiniaceae
AR Mohamed, CX Chan, MA Ragan, J Zhang, I Cooke, EE Ball, DJ Miller
Environmental Microbiology Reports, 2020
2020
Molecular techniques and their limitations shape our view of the holobiont
I Cooke, O Mead, C Whalen, C Boote, A Moya, H Ying, S Robbins, ...
Zoology 137, 125695, 2019
2019
The molecular basis of salmon sexual maturation: An integrative multi-omics approach
AR Mohamed, J Kijas
Proceedings of the International Society for Animal Genetics (ISAG) Abstracts, 2019
2019
Close relationship between coral-associated Chromera strains despite major differences within the Symbiodiniaceae
AR Mohamed, CX Chan, MA Ragan, J Zhang, I Cooke, EE Ball, DJ Miller
bioRxiv, 825992, 2019
2019
First look at patterns of DNA methylation in Atlantic Salmon and it’s involvement in sexual maturation
J Kijas, A Reverter, B Evans, H King, A Mohamed
2019
Genomes of Symbiodiniaceae reveal extensive sequence divergence but conserved functions at family and genus levels
RA González-Pech, Y Chen, TG Stephens, S Shah, AR Mohamed, ...
bioRxiv, 800482, 2019
2019
Multi-tissue transcriptome profiling of North American derived Atlantic salmon
AR Mohamed, H King, B Evans, A Reverter, JW Kijas
Frontiers in Genetics, 2018
2018
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