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Chewning, S. S.;  Grant, D. L.;  O’Banion, B. S.;  Gates, A.;  Kennedy, B. J.;  Campagna, S. R.; Lebeis, S. L., Root-Associated Streptomyces Isolates Harboring melC Genes Demonstrate Enhanced Plant Colonization. Phytobiomes (2019), 3 (3), 165-176.


Asaf Levy, Isai Salas Gonzalez, Maximilian Mittelviefhaus, Scott Clingenpeel, Sur Herrera Paredes, Jiamin Miao, Kunru Wang, Giulia Devescovi, Kyra Stillman, Freddy Monteiro, Bryan Rangel Alvarez, Derek S Lundberg, Tse-Yuan Lu, Sarah Lebeis, Zhao Jin, Meredith McDonald, Andrew P Klein, Meghan E Feltcher, Tijana Glavina Rio, Sarah R Grant, Sharon L Doty, Ruth E Ley, Bingyu Zhao, Vittorio Venturi, Dale A Pelletier, Julia A Vorholt, Susannah G Tringe, Tanja Woyke, Jeffery L Dangl. (2018). Genomic features of bacterial adaptation to plants. Nature genetics 50 (1), 138.


S Gilbert, J Xu, K Acosta, A Poulev, S Lebeis, E Lam. (2018). Bacterial production of indole related compounds reveals their role in association between duckweeds and endophytes. Frontiers in chemistry 6, 265.


S Lebeis, S Robatzek. (2017). Editorial overview: Biotic interactions: Inferring global implications for the molecular interface between plants and their biotic interactions across scales. Current opinion in plant biology 38, v-vii. 


Lebeis, S. L. (2017). Plant microbiome identification and characterization. Current Protocols in Plant Biology, 2, 135–146. doi: 10.1002/cppb.20048


Herrera Paredes, Sur & Lebeis, Sarah. (2016). Giving back to the community: Microbial mechanisms of plant-soil interactions. Functional Ecology. 30.


*** Lebeis, Sarah & Herrera Paredes, Sur & S Lundberg, Derek & Breakfield, Natalie & Gehring, Jase & McDonald, Meredith & Malfatti, Stephanie & Glavina Del Rio, Tijana & D Jones, Corbin & Tringe, Susannah & L Dangl, Jeffery. (2015). PLANT MICROBIOME. Salicylic acid modulates colonization of the root microbiome by specific bacterial taxa. Science (New York, N.Y.). 349.


Sloan, Sarah & Lebeis, Sarah. (2015). Exercising influence: Distinct biotic interactions shape root microbiomes. Current opinion in plant biology. 26. 32-36. 10.1016/j.pbi.2015.05.026.


Hacquard, Stéphane & Garrido-Oter, Ruben & González, Antonio & Spaepen, Stijn & Ackermann, Gail & Lebeis, Sarah & C. McHardy, Alice & L. Dangl, Jeffrey & Knight, Rob & Ley, Ruth & Schulze-Lefert, Paul. (2015). Microbiota and Host Nutrition across Plant and Animal Kingdoms. Cell host & microbe. 17. 603-616.


Lebeis, Sarah. (2015). Greater than the sum of their parts: Characterizing plant microbiomes at the community-level. Current opinion in plant biology. 24C. 82-86.


Lebeis, Sarah. (2014). The potential for give and take in plant–microbiome relationships. Frontiers in plant science. 5. 287.


Lebeis, Sarah & Rott, Matthias & L Dangl, Jeffery & Schulze-Lefert, Paul. (2012). Culturing a plant microbiome community at the cross-Rhodes. The New phytologist. 196. 341-4.


S Lundberg, Derek & Lebeis, Sarah & Herrera Paredes, Sur & Yourstone, Scott & Gehring, Jase & Malfatti, Stephanie & Tremblay, Julien & Engelbrektson, Anna & Kunin, Victor & Glavina del Rio, Tijana & C Edgar, Robert & Eickhorst, Thilo & Ley, Ruth & Philip, Hugenholtz & Tringe, Susannah & L Dangl, Jeffery. (2012). Defining the core Arabidopsis thaliana root microbiome. Nature. 488. 86-90.


Lebeis, Sarah & Kalman, Daniel. (2009). Aligning Antimicrobial Drug Discovery with Complex and Redundant Host-Pathogen Interactions. Cell host & microbe. 5. 114-22.


Lebeis, Sarah & Powell, Kimberly & Merlin, Didier & A Sherman, Melanie & Kalman, Daniel. (2009). Interleukin-1 Receptor Signaling Protects Mice from Lethal Intestinal Damage Caused by the Attaching and Effacing Pathogen Citrobacter rodentium. Infection and immunity. 77. 604-14.


Lebeis, Sarah & A Sherman, Melanie & Kalman, Daniel. (2008). Protective and destructive innate immune responses to enteropathogenic Escherichia coli and related A/E pathogens. Future microbiology. 3. 315-28.


Lebeis, Sarah & Bommarius, Bettina & Parkos, Charles & A Sherman, Melanie & Kalman, Daniel. (2007). TLR Signaling Mediated by MyD88 Is Required for a Protective Innate Immune Response by Neutrophils to Citrobacter rodentium. Journal of immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950). 179. 566-77.


Reeves, Patrick & Bommarius, Bettina & Lebeis, Sarah & McNulty, S & Christensen, J & Swimm, Alyson & Chahroudi, A & Chavan, R & Feinberg, M.B. & Veach, D & Bornmann, William & Sherman, M & Kalman, Daniel. (2005). Erratum: Disabling poxvirus pathogenesis by inhibition of Abl-family tyrosine kinases (Nature Medicine (2005) 11 (731-739)). 11.


R Rothrock, Caryn & Murgia, Alessandra & Sartorato, Edi & Leonardi, Emanuela & Wei, Sainan & Lebeis, Sarah & E Yu, Laura & L Elfenbein, Jill & Fisher, Rachel & H Friderici, Karen. (2003). Connexin 26 35delG does not represent a mutational hotspot. Human genetics. 113. 18-23.


The Dissertation

Lebeis, Sarah & Kalman, Daniel & Shafer, William. (2017). Striking a balance: Analysis of the protective and destructive consequences of innate immunity against the A/E pathogen citrobacter.