Ellie Harrison
Ellie Harrison
NERC fellow, P3 Institute, University of Sheffield
Verified email at sheffield.ac.uk - Homepage
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Plasmid-mediated horizontal gene transfer is a coevolutionary process
E Harrison, MA Brockhurst
Trends in microbiology 20 (6), 262-267, 2012
2182012
Parallel compensatory evolution stabilizes plasmids across the parasitism-mutualism continuum
E Harrison, D Guymer, AJ Spiers, S Paterson, MA Brockhurst
Current Biology 25 (15), 2034-2039, 2015
1392015
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
802017
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
662016
Ecological and evolutionary benefits of temperate phage: what does or doesn't kill you makes you stronger
E Harrison, MA Brockhurst
BioEssays 39 (12), 1700112, 2017
622017
Rapidly fluctuating environments constrain coevolutionary arms races by impeding selective sweeps
E Harrison, AL Laine, M Hietala, MA Brockhurst
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1764), 20130937, 2013
462013
The ecology and evolution of pangenomes
MA Brockhurst, E Harrison, JPJ Hall, T Richards, A McNally, C MacLean
Current Biology 29 (20), R1094-R1103, 2019
412019
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, 2018
362018
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), 1348-1353, 2017
362017
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
352016
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
332015
Polylysogeny magnifies competitiveness of a bacterial pathogen in vivo
N Burns, CE James, E Harrison
Evolutionary applications 8 (4), 346-351, 2015
312015
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), 1930-1932, 2017
302017
The cost of copy number in a selfish genetic element: the 2‐μm plasmid of Saccharomyces cerevisiae
E Harrison, V Koufopanou, A Burt, RC Maclean
Journal of evolutionary biology 25 (11), 2348-2356, 2012
282012
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
272017
Bacteriophages limit the existence conditions for conjugative plasmids
E Harrison, AJ Wood, C Dytham, JW Pitchford, J Truman, A Spiers, ...
MBio 6 (3), 2015
272015
Viral host-adaptation: insights from evolution experiments with phages
JPJ Hall, E Harrison, MA Brockhurst
Current opinion in virology 3 (5), 572-577, 2013
212013
Viral host-adaptation: insights from evolution experiments with phages
JPJ Hall, E Harrison, MA Brockhurst
Current opinion in virology 3 (5), 572-577, 2013
212013
Assessing evolutionary risks of resistance for new antimicrobial therapies
MA Brockhurst, F Harrison, JW Veening, E Harrison, G Blackwell, Z Iqbal, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (4), 515-517, 2019
192019
Multi-host environments select for host-generalist conjugative plasmids
A Kottara, JPJ Hall, E Harrison, MA Brockhurst
BMC evolutionary biology 16 (1), 1-4, 2016
172016
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