Andrew Sackman
Andrew Sackman
Department of Biology, Washington & Lee University
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TitleCited byYear
Conservation genetics of an endemic mountaintop salamander with an extremely limited range
CSO Bayer, AM Sackman, K Bezold, PR Cabe, DM Marsh
Conservation Genetics 13 (2), 443-454, 2012
232012
Synergistic pleiotropy overrides the costs of complexity in viral adaptation
LW McGee, AM Sackman, AJ Morrison, J Pierce, J Anisman, DR Rokyta
Genetics 202 (1), 285-295, 2016
172016
Mutation-driven parallel evolution during viral adaptation
AM Sackman, LW McGee, AJ Morrison, J Pierce, J Anisman, H Hamilton, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 34 (12), 3243-3253, 2017
132017
Additive phenotypes underlie epistasis of fitness effects
AM Sackman, DR Rokyta
Genetics 208 (1), 339-348, 2018
122018
The adaptive potential of hybridization demonstrated with bacteriophages
AM Sackman, DR Rokyta
Journal of molecular evolution 77 (5-6), 221-230, 2013
112013
Intergenic incompatibilities reduce fitness in hybrids of extremely closely related bacteriophages
AM Sackman, D Reed, DR Rokyta
PeerJ 3, e1320, 2015
92015
On the unfounded enthusiasm for soft selective sweeps II: Examining recent evidence from humans, flies, and viruses
RB Harris, A Sackman, JD Jensen
PLoS genetics 14 (12), e1007859, 2018
72018
On the demographic and selective forces shaping patterns of human cytomegalovirus variation within hosts
AM Sackman, SP Pfeifer, TF Kowalik, JD Jensen
Pathogens 7 (1), 16, 2018
62018
Inferring demography and selection in organisms characterized by skewed offspring distributions
AM Sackman, RB Harris, JD Jensen
Genetics 211 (3), 1019-1028, 2019
42019
No Cost of Complexity in Bacteriophages Adapting to a Complex Environment
AM Sackman, DR Rokyta
Genetics 212 (1), 267-276, 2019
2019
The Genetics of Adaptation of ssDNA Viruses
A Sackman
The Florida State University, 2017
2017
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