Shiraz A. Shah
Shiraz A. Shah
Senior Researcher, COPSAC
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An updated evolutionary classification of CRISPR–Cas systems
KS Makarova, YI Wolf, OS Alkhnbashi, F Costa, SA Shah, SJ Saunders, ...
Nature Reviews Microbiology 13 (11), 722-736, 2015
Evolutionary classification of CRISPR–Cas systems: a burst of class 2 and derived variants
KS Makarova, YI Wolf, J Iranzo, SA Shmakov, OS Alkhnbashi, SJJ Brouns, ...
Nature Reviews Microbiology 18 (2), 67-83, 2020
Protospacer recognition motifs: mixed identities and functional diversity
SA Shah, S Erdmann, FJM Mojica, RA Garrett
RNA biology 10 (5), 891-899, 2013
CRISPR families of the crenarchaeal genus Sulfolobus: bidirectional transcription and dynamic properties
RK Lillestøl, SA Shah, K Brügger, P Redder, H Phan, J Christiansen, ...
Molecular microbiology 72 (1), 259-272, 2009
A novel interference mechanism by a type IIIB CRISPR‐Cmr module in Sulfolobus
L Deng, RA Garrett, SA Shah, X Peng, Q She
Molecular microbiology 87 (5), 1088-1099, 2013
Genome Analyses of Icelandic Strains of Sulfolobus islandicus, Model Organisms for Genetic and Virus-Host Interaction Studies
L Guo, K Brugger, C Liu, SA Shah, H Zheng, Y Zhu, S Wang, RK Lillestøl, ...
Journal of Bacteriology 193 (7), 1672-1680, 2011
Distribution of CRISPR spacer matches in viruses and plasmids of crenarchaeal acidothermophiles and implications for their inhibitory mechanism
SA Shah, NR Hansen, RA Garrett
Biochemical Society Transactions 37 (1), 23-28, 2009
CRISPR adaptive immune systems of Archaea
G Vestergaard, RA Garrett, SA Shah
RNA biology 11 (2), 156-167, 2014
CRISPR/Cas and Cmr modules, mobility and evolution of adaptive immune systems
SA Shah, RA Garrett
Research in Microbiology 162 (1), 27-38, 2011
Archaeal CRISPR-based immune systems: exchangeable functional modules
RA Garrett, G Vestergaard, SA Shah
Trends in microbiology 19 (11), 549-556, 2011
Four newly isolated fuselloviruses from extreme geothermal environments reveal unusual morphologies and a possible interviral recombination mechanism
P Redder, X Peng, K Brügger, SA Shah, F Roesch, B Greve, Q She, ...
Environmental Microbiology 11 (11), 2849-2862, 2009
CRISPR-based immune systems of the Sulfolobales: complexity and diversity
RA Garrett, SA Shah, G Vestergaard, L Deng, S Gudbergsdottir, ...
Biochemical Society Transactions 39 (1), 51-57, 2011
Characterizing leader sequences of CRISPR loci
OS Alkhnbashi, SA Shah, RA Garrett, SJ Saunders, F Costa, R Backofen
Bioinformatics 32 (17), i576-i585, 2016
Stygiolobus Rod-Shaped Virus and the Interplay of Crenarchaeal Rudiviruses with the CRISPR Antiviral System
G Vestergaard, SA Shah, A Bize, W Reitberger, M Reuter, H Phan, ...
Journal of bacteriology 190 (20), 6837-6845, 2008
CRISPRstrand: predicting repeat orientations to determine the crRNA-encoding strand at CRISPR loci
OS Alkhnbashi, F Costa, SA Shah, RA Garrett, SJ Saunders, R Backofen
Bioinformatics 30 (17), i489-i496, 2014
CRISPR-Cas adaptive immune systems of the Sulfolobales: unravelling their complexity and diversity
RA Garrett, SA Shah, S Erdmann, G Liu, M Mousaei, C León-Sobrino, ...
Life 5 (1), 783-817, 2015
Comprehensive search for accessory proteins encoded with archaeal and bacterial type III CRISPR-cas gene cassettes reveals 39 new cas gene families
SA Shah, OS Alkhnbashi, J Behler, W Han, Q She, WR Hess, RA Garrett, ...
RNA biology 16 (4), 530-542, 2019
Archaeal extrachromosomal genetic elements
H Wang, N Peng, SA Shah, L Huang, Q She
Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews 79 (1), 117-152, 2015
Metagenomic analyses of novel viruses and plasmids from a cultured environmental sample of hyperthermophilic neutrophiles
RA Garrett, D Prangishvili, SA Shah, M Reuter, KO Stetter, X Peng
Environmental microbiology 12 (11), 2918-2930, 2010
Type IV CRISPR–Cas systems are highly diverse and involved in competition between plasmids
R Pinilla-Redondo, D Mayo-Muñoz, J Russel, RA Garrett, L Randau, ...
Nucleic acids research 48 (4), 2000-2012, 2020
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