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Balint Csorgo, PhD, MS

Title(s)Associate Specialist, Microbiology and Immunology
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    University of Szeged, Szeged, HungaryPh.D.2012Molecular Biology

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    1. Integrated evolutionary analysis reveals antimicrobial peptides with limited resistance. Nature Communications. 2019; 10:4538. View Publication.
    2. Limited evolutionary conservation of the phenotypic effects of antibiotic resistance mutations. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 2019; msz109. View Publication.
    3. Evolthon: A community endeavor to evolve lab evolution. PLOS Biology. 2019; 3(17):e3000182. View Publication.
    4. Antibiotic-resistant bacteria show widespread collateral sensitivity to antimicrobial peptides. Nature Microbiology. 2018; 3:718-731. View Publication.
    5. Directed evolution of multiple genomic loci allows the prediction of antibiotic resistance. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA. 2018. View Publication.
    6. Genome-wide abolishment of mobile genetic elements using genome shuffling and CRISPR/Cas-assisted MAGE allows the efficient stabilization of a bacterial chassis. ACS Synthetic Biology. 2017; 6(8):1471-1483. View Publication.
    7. Phenotypic heterogeneity guides adaptive evolution. PLOS Biology. 2017; 15(6):e1002607. View Publication.
    8. Reduced genome bacteria with improved genetic stability. 2016. View Publication.
    9. System-level genome editing in microbes. Current Opinion in Microbiology. 2016; 33:113-122. View Publication.
    10. Adaptive evolution of complex innovations through stepwise metabolic niche expansion. Nature Communications. 2016; 7:11607. View Publication.
    11. A highly precise and portable genome engineering method allows comparison of mutational effects across bacterial species. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA. 2016; 113(9):2502-2507. View Publication.
    12. Network-level architecture and the evolutionary potential of underground metabolism. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA. 2014; 111(32):11762-11767. View Publication.
    13. Perturbation of Iron Homeostasis Promotes the Evolution of Antibiotic Resistance. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 2014; 31(10):2793-2804. View Publication.
    14. Genome-wide analysis captures the determinants of the antibiotic cross-resistance interaction network. Nature Communications. 2014; 5:4352. View Publication.
    15. Conditional DNA repair mutants enable highly precise genome engineering. Nucleic Acids Research. 2014; 42(8):e62. View Publication.
    16. Bacterial evolution of antibiotic hypersensitivity. Molecular Systems Biology. 2013; 9:700. View Publication.
    17. Genomewide screen for modulators of evolvability under toxic antibiotic exposure. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy. 2013; 57(7):3453-3456. View Publication.
    18. Competition between transposable elements and mutator genes in bacteria. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 2012; 29(10):3153-3159. View Publication.
    19. Low-mutation-rate, reduced-genome Escherichia coli: an improved host for faithful maintenance of engineered genetic constructs. Microbial Cell Factories. 2012; 11:11. View Publication.
    20. Methods in Molecular Biology, Microbial Gene Essentiality: Protocols and Bioinformatics. Scarless engineering of the Escherichia coli genome. 2008; 416:251-259. View Publication.
    21. The Complete Genome Sequence of Escherichia coli DH10B: Insights into the Biology of a Laboratory Workhorse. Journal of Bacteriology. 2008; 190(7):2597-2606. View Publication.
    22. Directed homologous recombination for genome engineering in Escherichia coli. Acta Biologica Hungarica. 2007; (58):1-10. View Publication.