Greyson Willis Grossman Biegert

TitleGraduate Student
InstitutionBaylor College of Medicine
DepartmentImmunology & Microbiology
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    1. Biegert G, El Alam MB, Karpinets T, Wu X, Sims TT, Yoshida-Court K, Lynn EJ, Yue J, Medrano AD, Petrosino J, Mezzari MP, Ajami NJ, Solley T, Ahmed-Kaddar M, Klopp AH, Colbert LE. Diversity and composition of gut microbiome of cervical cancer patients: Do results of 16S rRNA sequencing and whole genome sequencing approaches align? J Microbiol Methods. 2021 Jun; 185:106213. PMID: 33785357.
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    2. El Alam MB, Sims TT, Kouzy R, Biegert GWG, Jaoude JABI, Karpinets TV, Yoshida-Court K, Wu X, Delgado-Medrano AY, Mezzari MP, Ajami NJ, Solley T, Ahmed-Kaddar M, Lin LL, Ramondetta L, Jazaeri A, Jhingran A, Eifel PJ, Schmeler KM, Wargo J, Klopp AH, Colbert LE. A prospective study of the adaptive changes in the gut microbiome during standard-of-care chemoradiotherapy for gynecologic cancers. PLoS One. 2021; 16(3):e0247905. PMID: 33662003.
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    3. Sims TT, El Alam MB, Karpinets TV, Dorta-Estremera S, Hegde VL, Nookala S, Yoshida-Court K, Wu X, Biegert GWG, Delgado Medrano AY, Solley T, Ahmed-Kaddar M, Chapman BV, Sastry KJ, Mezzari MP, Petrosino JF, Lin LL, Ramondetta L, Jhingran A, Schmeler KM, Ajami NJ, Wargo J, Colbert LE, Klopp AH. Gut microbiome diversity is an independent predictor of survival in cervical cancer patients receiving chemoradiation. Commun Biol. 2021 02 22; 4(1):237. PMID: 33619320.
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    4. Sims TT, Biegert GWG, Ramogola-Masire D, Ngoni K, Solley T, Ning MS, El Alam MB, Mezzari M, Petrosino J, Zetola NM, Schmeler KM, Colbert LE, Klopp AH, Grover S. Tumor microbial diversity and compositional differences among women in Botswana with high-grade cervical dysplasia and cervical cancer. Int J Gynecol Cancer. 2020 08; 30(8):1151-1156. PMID: 32675252.
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    5. Mohammed A, Biegert G, Adamec J, Helikar T. CancerDiscover: an integrative pipeline for cancer biomarker and cancer class prediction from high-throughput sequencing data. Oncotarget. 2018 Jan 05; 9(2):2565-2573. PMID: 29416792.
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    6. Mohammed A, Biegert G, Adamec J, Helikar T. Identification of potential tissue-specific cancer biomarkers and development of cancer versus normal genomic classifiers. Oncotarget. 2017 Oct 17; 8(49):85692-85715. PMID: 29156751.
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