Design and implementation of multiplexed amplicon sequencing panels to serve genomic epidemiology of infectious disease: a malaria case study.

Author(s): LaVerriere E, Schwabl P, Carrasquilla M, Taylor AR, Johnson ZM, Shieh M, Panchal R, Straub TJ, Kuzma R, Watson S, Buckee CO, Andrade CM, Portugal S, Crompton PD, Traore B, Rayner JC, Corredor V, James K, Cox H, Early AM, MacInnis BL, Neafsey DEJournal: Mol Ecol ResourPMID: 35437908 April 2022
Multiplexed PCR amplicon sequencing (AmpSeq) is an increasingly popular application for cost-effective monitoring of threatened species and managed wildlife populations,…

Distinguishing gene flow between malaria parasite populations

Author(s): Brown TS, Taylor AR, Arogbokun O, Buckee CO, Chang HHJournal: bioRxiv January 2021
Measuring gene flow between malaria parasite populations in different geographic locations can provide strategic information for malaria control interventions. Multiple…

Estimating Relatedness Between Malaria Parasites.

Author(s): Taylor AR, Jacob PE, Neafsey DE, Buckee COJournal: GeneticsPMID: 31209105 August 2019
Understanding the relatedness of individuals within or between populations is a common goal in biology. Increasingly, relatedness features in genetic…