Professor Ruiting Lan
Professor Ruiting Lan
Verified email at unsw.edu.au
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Sex and virulence in Escherichia coli: an evolutionary perspective
T Wirth, D Falush, R Lan, F Colles, P Mensa, LH Wieler, H Karch, ...
Molecular microbiology 60 (5), 1136-1151, 2006
16542006
Multiple independent origins of Shigella clones of Escherichia coli and convergent evolution of many of their characteristics
GM Pupo, R Lan, PR Reeves
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97 (19), 10567-10572, 2000
5612000
Evolutionary relationships among pathogenic and nonpathogenic Escherichia coli strains inferred from multilocus enzyme electrophoresis and mdh sequence studies.
GM Pupo, DK Karaolis, R Lan, PR Reeves
Infection and immunity 65 (7), 2685-2692, 1997
3561997
Intraspecies variation in bacterial genomes: the need for a species genome concept
R Lan, PR Reeves
Trends in microbiology 8 (9), 396-401, 2000
2922000
Escherichia coli in disguise: molecular origins of Shigella
R Lan, PR Reeves
Microbes and infection 4 (11), 1125-1132, 2002
2662002
Global population structure and evolution of Bordetella pertussis and their relationship with vaccination
MJ Bart, SR Harris, A Advani, Y Arakawa, D Bottero, V Bouchez, ...
MBio 5 (2), 2014
2172014
Molecular evolutionary relationships of enteroinvasive Escherichia coli and Shigella spp.
R Lan, MC Alles, K Donohoe, MB Martinez, PR Reeves
Infection and immunity 72 (9), 5080-5088, 2004
2102004
The sixth and seventh cholera pandemics are due to independent clones separately derived from environmental, nontoxigenic, non-O1 Vibrio cholerae.
DK Karaolis, R Lan, PR Reeves
Journal of Bacteriology 177 (11), 3191-3198, 1995
2041995
Newly Emerging Clones of Bordetella pertussis Carrying prn2 and ptxP3 Alleles Implicated in Australian Pertussis Epidemic in 2008–2010
S Octavia, V Sintchenko, GL Gilbert, A Lawrence, AD Keil, G Hogg, R Lan
Journal of Infectious Diseases 205 (8), 1220-1224, 2012
1622012
When does a clone deserve a name? A perspective on bacterial species based on population genetics
R Lan, PR Reeves
Trends in microbiology 9 (9), 419-424, 2001
1612001
Gene transfer is a major factor in bacterial evolution.
R Lan, PR Reeves
Molecular biology and evolution 13 (1), 47-55, 1996
1511996
Rapid increase in pertactin-deficient Bordetella pertussis isolates, Australia
C Lam, S Octavia, L Ricafort, V Sintchenko, GL Gilbert, N Wood, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 20 (4), 626, 2014
1492014
A recalibrated molecular clock and independent origins for the cholera pandemic clones
L Feng, PR Reeves, R Lan, Y Ren, C Gao, Z Zhou, Y Ren, J Cheng, ...
PloS one 3 (12), e4053, 2008
1462008
Population structure, origins and evolution of major Salmonella enterica clones
R Lan, PR Reeves, S Octavia
Infection, Genetics and Evolution 9 (5), 996-1005, 2009
1302009
Emergence of a new multidrug-resistant serotype X variant in an epidemic clone of Shigella flexneri
C Ye, R Lan, S Xia, J Zhang, Q Sun, S Zhang, H Jing, L Wang, Z Li, ...
Journal of clinical microbiology 48 (2), 419-426, 2010
1272010
Derivation of Escherichia coli O157: H7 from its O55: H7 precursor
Z Zhou, X Li, B Liu, L Beutin, J Xu, Y Ren, L Feng, R Lan, PR Reeves, ...
PloS one 5 (1), e8700, 2010
1232010
Evolutionary relationships of pathogenic clones of Vibrio cholerae by sequence analysis of four housekeeping genes
R Byun, LDH Elbourne, R Lan, PR Reeves
Infection and immunity 67 (3), 1116-1124, 1999
1151999
Variation of the ribosomal operon 16S-23S gene spacer region in representatives of Salmonella enterica subspecies
SP Luz, F Rodríguez-Valera, R Lan, PR Reeves
Journal of Bacteriology 180 (8), 2144-2151, 1998
1141998
Molecular Evolution of Large Virulence Plasmid inShigella Clones and EnteroinvasiveEscherichia coli
R Lan, B Lumb, D Ryan, PR Reeves
Infection and immunity 69 (10), 6303-6309, 2001
1042001
Rates of mutation and host transmission for an Escherichia coli clone over 3 years
PR Reeves, B Liu, Z Zhou, D Li, D Guo, Y Ren, C Clabots, R Lan, ...
PloS one 6 (10), e26907, 2011
952011
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