Matti Gralka
Matti Gralka
Assistant professor, VU Amsterdam
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Trophic interactions and the drivers of microbial community assembly
M Gralka, R Szabo, R Stocker, OX Cordero
Current Biology 30 (19), R1176-R1188, 2020
Excess of mutational jackpot events in expanding populations revealed by spatial Luria–Delbrück experiments
D Fusco, M Gralka, J Kayser, A Anderson, O Hallatschek
Nature communications 7 (1), 12760, 2016
Allele surfing promotes microbial adaptation from standing variation
M Gralka, F Stiewe, F Farrell, W Möbius, B Waclaw, O Hallatschek
Ecology letters 19 (8), 889-898, 2016
Context-dependent dynamics lead to the assembly of functionally distinct microbial communities
LS Bittleston, M Gralka, GE Leventhal, I Mizrahi, OX Cordero
Nature communications 11 (1), 1440, 2020
Mechanical interactions in bacterial colonies and the surfing probability of beneficial mutations
FD Farrell, M Gralka, O Hallatschek, B Waclaw
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 14 (131), 20170073, 2017
Collective motion conceals fitness differences in crowded cellular populations
J Kayser, CF Schreck, M Gralka, D Fusco, O Hallatschek
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (1), 125-134, 2019
Environmental heterogeneity can tip the population genetics of range expansions
M Gralka, O Hallatschek
Elife 8, e44359, 2019
Inelastic mechanics: a unifying principle in biomechanics
M Gralka, K Kroy
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Molecular Cell Research 1853 (11), 3025-3037, 2015
Emergence of evolutionary driving forces in pattern-forming microbial populations
J Kayser, CF Schreck, QQ Yu, M Gralka, O Hallatschek
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 373 …, 2018
Public good exploitation in natural bacterioplankton communities
S Pollak*, M Gralka*, Y Sato, J Schwartzman, L Lu, OX Cordero
Science Advances 7 (31), eabi4717, 2021
Convection shapes the tradeoff between antibiotic efficacy and the selection for resistance in spatial gradients
M Gralka, D Fusco, S Martis, O Hallatschek
Physical Biology 14 (4), 2017
Viral infection switches the balance between bacterial and eukaryotic recyclers of organic matter during coccolithophore blooms
F Vincent*, M Gralka*, G Schleyer, D Schatz, M Cabrera-Brufau, ...
Nature communications 14 (1), 510, 2023
Genome content predicts the carbon catabolic preferences of heterotrophic bacteria
M Gralka, S Pollak, OX Cordero
Nature Microbiology, 1-10, 2023
Mutability of demographic noise in microbial range expansions
QQ Yu, M Gralka, MC Duvernoy, M Sousa, A Harpak, O Hallatschek
The ISME journal 15 (9), 2643-2654, 2021
Watching populations melt down
M Gralka, D Fusco, O Hallatschek
Biophysical journal 111 (2), 271-272, 2016
A Genome-Scale Metabolic Model of Marine Heterotroph Vibrio splendidus Strain 1A01
A Iffland-Stettner, H Okano, M Gralka, G Guessous, K Amarnath, ...
Msystems 8 (2), e00377-22, 2023
Searching for principles of microbial ecology across levels of biological organization
M Gralka
Integrative and Comparative Biology, icad060, 2023
Biological sources and sinks of dimethylsulfide disentangled by an induced bloom experiment and a numerical model
G Le Gland, M Masdeu‐Navarro, M Galí, SM Vallina, M Gralka, F Vincent, ...
Limnology and Oceanography, 2023
Widespread B-vitamin auxotrophy in marine particle-associated bacteria
R Gregor, RE Szabo, GT Vercelli, M Gralka, R Reynolds, EB Qu, ...
bioRxiv, 2023.10. 16.562604, 2023
Metabolic preferences of marine copiotrophs are explained by the structure of central metabolism
M Gralka, O Cordero
APS March Meeting Abstracts 2022, A05. 013, 2022
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