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2020. Mobilizable antibiotic resistance genes are present in dust microbial communities Ben Maamar, S., A. J. Glawe, T. K. Brown, N. Hellgeth, J. Hu, J. Wang, C. Huttenhower, and E. M. Hartmann. PLOS Pathogens, 16(1): e1008211.

2020. Implications of indoor microbial ecology and evolution on the risk of antibiotic resistance. Ben Maamar, S., J. Hu, and E. M. Hartmann. Journal of Exposure Science & Environmental Epidemiology, 30:1-15.

2019. Impacts of indoor surface finishes on bacterial viability. Hu, J., S. Ben Maamar, A. Glawe, N. Gottel, J. A. Gilbert, and E. M. Hartmann. Indoor Air, 00:1-12.

2019. Pan-genomic approach towards understanding microbial adaptations within the International Space Station among diverse environments. Blaustein, R. A., A. McFarland, S. Ben Maamar, A. E. Lopez, S. Castro-Wallace, and E. M. Hartmann. mSystems, 4:e00281-18.

2018. Antimicrobial chemicals influence the structure and function of indoor microbial communities. Fahimipour, A. K., S. Ben Maamar, A. McFarland, R. A. Blaustein, J. Chen, A. Glawe, J. Kline, J. L. Green, R. U. Halden, K. Van Den Wymelenberg, C. Huttenhower, and E. M. Hartmann. mSystems, 3:e00200-18.

2016. Antimicrobial chemicals are associated with elevated antibiotic resistance genes in the indoor dust microbiome. Hartmann, E. M., R. Hickey, T. Hsu, C. M. Betancourt Román, J. Chen, R. Schwager, J. Kline, G. Z. Brown, R. U. Halden, C. Huttenhower, and J. L. Green. Environmental Science & Technology, 50:9807-9815.