Nathan D. Jackson
Nathan D. Jackson
National Jewish Health, Center for Genes, Environment, and Health
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Relative effects of road mortality and decreased connectivity on population genetic diversity
ND Jackson, L Fahrig
Biological Conservation 144 (12), 3143-3148, 2011
What determines the spatial extent of landscape effects on species?
P Miguet, HB Jackson, ND Jackson, AE Martin, L Fahrig
Landscape Ecology, 1-18, 2015
Species delimitation with gene flow
ND Jackson, BC Carstens, AE Morales, BC O’Meara
Systematic biology 66 (5), 799-812, 2017
Single cell RNA sequencing identifies unique inflammatory airspace macrophage subsets
KJ Mould, ND Jackson, PM Henson, M Seibold, WJ Janssen
JCI insight 4 (5), 2019
Dissecting the cellular specificity of smoking effects and reconstructing lineages in the human airway epithelium
KC Goldfarbmuren, ND Jackson, SP Sajuthi, N Dyjack, KS Li, CL Rios, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-21, 2020
Type 2 and interferon inflammation regulate SARS-CoV-2 entry factor expression in the airway epithelium
SP Sajuthi, P DeFord, Y Li, ND Jackson, MT Montgomery, JL Everman, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-18, 2020
Habitat amount, not habitat configuration, best predicts population genetic structure in fragmented landscapes
ND Jackson, L Fahrig
Landscape Ecology 31 (5), 951-968, 2016
Wildlife–vehicle collision mitigation: Is partial fencing the answer? An agent-based model approach
F Ascensão, A Clevenger, M Santos-Reis, P Urbano, N Jackson
Ecological Modelling 257, 36-43, 2013
Speciation with gene flow in North American Myotis bats
AE Morales, ND Jackson, TA Dewey, BC O’Meara, BC Carstens
Systematic Biology 66 (3), 440-452, 2017
Landscape context affects genetic diversity at a much larger spatial extent than population abundance
ND Jackson, L Fahrig
Ecology 95 (4), 871-881, 2014
The combined effects of rivers and refugia generate extreme cryptic fragmentation within the common ground skink (Scincella lateralis)
ND Jackson, CC Austin
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 64 (2), 409-428, 2010
Type 2 and interferon inflammation strongly regulate SARS-CoV-2 related gene expression in the airway epithelium
SP Sajuthi, P DeFord, ND Jackson, MT Montgomery, JL Everman, ...
Biorxiv, 2020
PHRAPL: Phylogeographic inference using approximate likelihoods
ND Jackson, AE Morales, BC Carstens, BC O’Meara
Systematic Biology 66 (6), 1045-1053, 2017
Single-cell and population transcriptomics reveal pan-epithelial remodeling in type 2-high asthma
ND Jackson, JL Everman, M Chioccioli, L Feriani, KC Goldfarbmuren, ...
Cell reports 32 (1), 107872, 2020
Genome-Wide Analysis Reveals Mucociliary Remodeling of the Nasal Airway Epithelium Induced by Urban PM2.5
MT Montgomery, SP Sajuthi, SH Cho, JL Everman, CL Rios, ...
American journal of respiratory cell and molecular biology 63 (2), 172-184, 2020
The bioinvasion of Guam: inferring geographic origin, pace, pattern and process of an invasive lizard (Carlia) in the Pacific using multi-locus genomic data
CC Austin, EN Rittmeyer, LA Oliver, JO Andermann, GR Zug, GH Rodda, ...
Biological Invasions 13 (9), 1951-1967, 2011
Inferring the evolutionary history of divergence despite gene flow in a lizard species, Scincella lateralis (Scincidae), composed of cryptic lineages
ND Jackson, CC Austin
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 107 (1), 192-209, 2012
Phylogenetic history, morphological parallelism, and speciation in a complex of Appalachian salamanders (genus Desmognathus)
ND Jackson
Brigham Young University, 2005
Objective choice of phylogeographic models
BC Carstens, AE Morales, ND Jackson, BC O'Meara
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 116, 136-140, 2017
Cadherin-26 (CDH26) regulates airway epithelial cell cytoskeletal structure and polarity
ME Lachowicz-Scroggins, ED Gordon, A Wesolowska-Andersen, ...
Cell discovery 4 (1), 1-15, 2018
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