Sheila A. Kitchen

California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA 
Genomics, coral, symbiosis
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Virginia Weis grad student 2010-2016 Oregon State
Iliana B. Baums post-doc 2016-2018 Penn State
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Baker LJ, Reich HG, Kitchen SA, et al. (2021) The coral symbiont Candidatus Aquarickettsia is variably abundant in threatened Caribbean acroporids and transmitted horizontally. The Isme Journal
Reich HG, Kitchen SA, Stankiewicz KH, et al. (2021) Genomic variation of an endosymbiotic dinoflagellate (Symbiodinium 'fitti') among closely related coral hosts. Molecular Ecology
Gorman LM, Wilkinson SP, Kitchen SA, et al. (2020) Phylogenetic analysis of cell-cycle regulatory proteins within the Symbiodiniaceae. Scientific Reports. 10: 20473
Kitchen SA, Von Kuster G, Kuntz KLV, et al. (2020) STAGdb: a 30K SNP genotyping array and Science Gateway for Acropora corals and their dinoflagellate symbionts. Scientific Reports. 10: 12488
Baums IB, Baker AC, Davies SW, et al. (2019) Considerations for maximizing the adaptive potential of restored coral populations in the western Atlantic. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America
Kitchen SA, Ratan A, Bedoya-Reina OC, et al. (2019) Genomic Variants Among Threatened Corals. G3 (Bethesda, Md.)
Parkinson JE, Baker AC, Baums IB, et al. (2019) Molecular tools for coral reef restoration: Beyond biomarker discovery Conservation Letters. 13
Kitchen SA, Poole AZ, Weis VM. (2017) Sphingolipid Metabolism of a Sea Anemone Is Altered by the Presence of Dinoflagellate Symbionts. The Biological Bulletin. 233: 242-254
Sproles AE, Kirk NL, Kitchen SA, et al. (2017) Phylogenetic characterization of transporter proteins in the cnidarian-dinoflagellate symbiosis. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 120: 307-320
Kitchen SA, Weis VM. (2017) The sphingosine rheostat is involved in the cnidarian heat stress response but not necessarily in bleaching. The Journal of Experimental Biology
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