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Frank M, Kirkman L, Costantini D, Sanyal S, Lavazec C, Templeton TJ, Deitsch KW.  2008.  Frequent recombination events generate diversity within the multi-copy variant antigen gene families of Plasmodium falciparum.. Int J Parasitol. 38(10):1099-109.
Siao MC, Borner J, Perkins SL, Deitsch KW, Kirkman LA.  2020.  Evolution of Host Specificity by Malaria Parasites through Altered Mechanisms Controlling Genome Maintenance.. mBio. 11(2)
Hakimi M-A, Deitsch KW.  2007.  Epigenetics in Apicomplexa: control of gene expression during cell cycle progression, differentiation and antigenic variation.. Curr Opin Microbiol. 10(4):357-62.
Chookajorn T, Dzikowski R, Frank M, Li F, Jiwani AZ, Hartl DL, Deitsch KW.  2007.  Epigenetic memory at malaria virulence genes.. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 104(3):899-902.
Ukaegbu UE, Deitsch KW.  2015.  The Emerging Role for RNA Polymerase II in Regulating Virulence Gene Expression in Malaria Parasites.. PLoS Pathog. 11(7):e1004926.
Deitsch KW, Lukehart SA, Stringer JR.  2009.  Common strategies for antigenic variation by bacterial, fungal and protozoan pathogens.. Nat Rev Microbiol. 7(7):493-503.
Howitt CA, Wilinski D, Llinás M, Templeton TJ, Dzikowski R, Deitsch KW.  2009.  Clonally variant gene families in Plasmodium falciparum share a common activation factor.. Mol Microbiol. 73(6):1171-85.
Calhoun SF, Reed J, Alexander N, Mason CE, Deitsch KW, Kirkman LA.  2017.  Chromosome End Repair and Genome Stability in .. mBio. 8(4)
Epp C, Li F, Howitt CA, Chookajorn T, Deitsch KW.  2009.  Chromatin associated sense and antisense noncoding RNAs are transcribed from the var gene family of virulence genes of the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum.. RNA. 15(1):116-27.
Dzikowski R, Deitsch KW.  2008.  Active transcription is required for maintenance of epigenetic memory in the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum.. J Mol Biol. 382(2):288-97.