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
222012
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
142016
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
122017
Additive phenotypes underlie epistasis of fitness effects
AM Sackman, DR Rokyta
Genetics 208 (1), 339-348, 2018
112018
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 demographic and selective forces shaping patterns of human cytomegalovirus variation within hosts
A Sackman, S Pfeifer, T Kowalik, J Jensen
Pathogens 7 (1), 16, 2018
52018
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
42018
Inferring demography and selection in organisms characterized by skewed offspring distributions
AM Sackman, RB Harris, JD Jensen
Genetics 211 (3), 1019-1028, 2019
22019
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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