Published Works

 1. Barlow M and Hall BG.  2002.  Predicting Evolutionary Potential: In Vitro Evolution Accurately Reproduces Natural Evolution of the TEM beta-Lactamase.  Genetics 160: 823-832

2. Barlow M and Hall BG.  2002. Origin and Evolution of the ampC b-lactamases of Citrobacter freundii.  Antimicrobial Agents Chemotherapy  46: 1190-1198.

3. Barlow M and Hall BG. 2002. Phylogenetic Analysis Shows that the OXA b-lactamase Genes have been on Plasmids for Millions of Years. Journal of Molecular Evolution 55:314-321

4. Barlow M and Hall BG. 2003. Experimental Prediction of the Natural Evolution of Antibiotic Resistance.  Genetics  163:1237-12341

5. Barlow M and Hall BG. 2003. Experimental Prediction of the Evolution of Cefepime Resistance from the CMY-2 AmpC beta-lactamase.  Genetics 164:23-29.

6. Hall BG, Salipante S. and Barlow M.  2003  The Metallo-beta-Lactamases Fall into Two Distinct Phylogenetic Groups.  Journal of Molecular Evolution 57:249-254  

7. Hall BG and Barlow M. 2003  Structure Based Phylogenies of the Serine b-Lactamases.  Journal of Molecular Evolution 57:255-260.

8. Salipante SJ, Barlow M, and Hall BG. 2003  GeneHunter, a Transposon Tool for Identification and Isolation of Cryptic Antibiotic Resistance Genes.  Antimicrobial Agents Chemotherapy  47:3840-3845.    

9. Hall BG, Salipante SJ and Barlow M. 2004  Independent Origins of Subgroup Bl+B2 and Subgroup B3 Metallo-beta-Lactamases.  Journal of Molecular Evolution.  59:133–141.

10. Hall BG, and Barlow M. 2004. Evolution of the Serine beta-Lactamases: Past, Present and Future.  Drug Resistance 7:111-23

11. Welsh KJ, Barlow M, Rasheed JK, Biddle JW, Clark, LA, Tenover, FC, McGowan, JE. 2005  Experimental Prediction of Ceftazidime Resistance in the CTX-M-2 Extended Spectrum b-lactamase Antimicrobial Agents Chemotherapy 49:1242-1244

12. Hall BG., and Barlow M. 2005. Revised Ambler Classification of b-Lactamases. Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy 55:1050-1051

13. Hujer KM, Hamza NS, Hujer AM, Perez F, Helfand MS, Bethel CR, Thomson JM, Anderson VE, Barlow M, Rice LB, Tenover FC, Bonomo RA. 2005. Identification of a new allelic variant of the Acinetobacter baumannii cephalosporinase, ADC-7 b-lactamase: defining a unique family of class C enzymes. Antimicrobial Agents Chemotherapy 49:2141-2148 

14. Hall BG, Barlow M.2006.Phylogenetic analysis as a tool in molecular epidemiology of infectious diseases.  Annals of Epidemiology 16:157-69

15. Pletz MW, McGee L, Van Beneden CA, Petit S, Bardsley M, Barlow M, Klugman KP.2006.Fluoroquinolone resistance in invasive Streptococcus pyogenes isolates due to spontaneous mutation and horizontal gene transfer. Antimicrobial Agents Chemotherapy. 50:943-8.  

16. Rao AN, Barlow M, Clark LA, Boring JR 3rd, Tenover FC, McGowan JE Jr. 2006 Class 1 integrons in resistant Escherichia coli and Klebsiella spp., US hospitals. Emerging Infectious  Diseases 12:1011-14. 

17. Barlow M, Reik RA, Jacobs SD, Medina M, Meyer M, McGowan JE, Tenover, FC. 2008. High Rate of Mobilization for blaCTX-Ms Emerging Infectious Diseases 14:423-8.  

18. Mroczkowska JE and Barlow M. 2008. Fitness Tradeoffs in blaTEM Evolution. Antimicrobial Agents Chemotherapy. 52:2340-5.  

19. Baquirin MHC and Barlow M. 2008 Evolution and recombination of the plasmidic qnr alleles. Journal of Molecular Evolution 67:103-110.

20. Mroczkowska JE and Barlow M. 2008. Recombination and Selection can Remove blaTEM Alleles from Bacterial Populations. Antimicrobial Agents Chemotherapy. 52:3408-10.  

21. Barlow M, Fatollahi J, Salverda M. 2009 Evidence for Recombination Among the Alleles Encoding TEM and SHV b-lactamases. Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy 63:256-9

22. Barlow M 2009 What Antimicrobial Resistance Has Taught Us About Horizontal Gene Transfer.  Peer reviewed book chapter in Horizontal Gene Transfer: Genomes in Flux , Methods in Molecular Biology 532: 397-411

23. Barlow, M. (2009). Antibiotic Resistance: An Ecological Perspective on an old Problem. Antibiotic Resistance: New Approaches to an Old Problem, American Society for Microbiology. (Symposium Report).  

24. Salverda, M. L., de Visser, A. J., Barlow, M. (2010). Natural Evolution of the TEM-1 Beta-lactamase: Experimental Reconstruction and Clinical Relevance. FEMS Microbiology Reviews, 34(6), 1015-36.  

25. Seronello, S., Montanez, J., Presleigh, K., Barlow, M., Park, S. B., Choi, J. (2011). Ethanol and Reactive Species Increase Basal Sequence Heterogeneity of Hepatitis C Virus and Produce Variants with Reduced Susceptibility to Antivirals. PLOS ONE, 6(11), e27436.  

26. de Vries, L. E., Vaishampayan, P. A., Agerso, Y., Kuehl, J. V., Christensen, H., Barlow, M., Francino, M. P. (2011). The Gut as Reservoir of Antibiotic Resistance: Microbial Diversity of Tetracycline Resistance in Mother and Infant. PLOS ONE, 6(6), e21644.  

 27. McQueary, C. Kirkup, B.C., Si, Y., Barlow, M., Actis, L.A., Craft, D.W. Zurawski, D. V. (2012). Extracellular Stress and Lipopolysaccharide Modulate Acinetobacter baumanii Surface-Associated Motility. Journal of Microbiology, 50(3), 434-443.  

28. Choi, J., Seronello, S., Montanez, J., Presleigh, K., Vo, T., Park, S. B., Barlow, M. (2012). Ethanol and Reactive Species Increase Basal Sequence Heterogeneity of Hepatitis C Virus and Produces Variants With Reduced Susceptibility To Antivirals. Free Radical Biology and Medicine, 51, S27. (Conference Abstract)  

29. Barlow, M., Caywood, J., Finley, J. B., Lai, S., Swanlund, C.  (2012) “Horizontal Gene Transfer and Recombination in the Evolution of Antibiotic Resistance Genes.”  In Horizontal Gene Transfer and Recombination. P. Francino (Ed.), Caister Academic Press.  (Book Chapter)

30. Barlow, M., Kirkup, B. C. “Evolving Antibiotic Resistance”. In Detection and Characterization of Antibiotic Resistance. M. Wolinsky, J. Song (Ed.), Springer-Verlag. In Press (Book Chapter)  

 31. Crona, K., Greene, D., Barlow, M.  The Peaks and Geometry of Fitness Landscapes.  Journal of Theoretical Biology 317:1-10.