Greta Binford
Greta Binford
Professor of Biology, Lewis & Clark College
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ArachnoServer 2.0, an updated online resource for spider toxin sequences and structures
V Herzig, DLA Wood, F Newell, PA Chaumeil, Q Kaas, GJ Binford, ...
Nucleic acids research 39 (suppl_1), D653-D657, 2010
Gene content evolution in the arthropods
GWC Thomas, E Dohmen, DST Hughes, SC Murali, M Poelchau, ...
Genome biology 21, 1-14, 2020
Molecular evolution, functional variation, and proposed nomenclature of the gene family that includes sphingomyelinase D in sicariid spider venoms
GJ Binford, MR Bodner, MHJ Cordes, KL Baldwin, MR Rynerson, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 26 (3), 547-566, 2009
An analysis of geographic and intersexual chemical variation in venoms of the spider Tegenaria agrestis (Agelenidae)
GJ Binford
Toxicon 39 (7), 955-968, 2001
The phylogenetic distribution of sphingomyelinase D activity in venoms of Haplogyne spiders
GJ Binford, MA Wells
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part B: Biochemistry and Molecular…, 2003
Phylogenetic relationships of Loxosceles and Sicarius spiders are consistent with Western Gondwanan vicariance
GJ Binford, MS Callahan, MR Bodner, MR Rynerson, PB Nez, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 49 (2), 538-553, 2008
Sphingomyelinase D from venoms of Loxosceles spiders: evolutionary insights from cDNA sequences and gene structure
GJ Binford, MHJ Cordes, MA Wells
Toxicon 45 (5), 547-560, 2005
Diversity of Loxosceles spiders in Northwestern Africa and molecular support for cryptic species in the Loxosceles rufescens lineage
RP Duncan, MR Rynerson, C Ribera, GJ Binford
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 55 (1), 234-248, 2010
Weaponization of a hormone: convergent recruitment of hyperglycemic hormone into the venom of arthropod predators
EAB Undheim, LL Grimm, CF Low, D Morgenstern, V Herzig, ...
Structure 23 (7), 1283-1292, 2015
Islands within islands: diversification of tailless whip spiders (Amblypygi, Phrynus) in Caribbean caves
LA Esposito, T Bloom, L Caicedo-Quiroga, AM Alicea-Serrano, ...
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 93, 107-117, 2015
Phospholipase D toxins of brown spider venom convert lysophosphatidylcholine and sphingomyelin to cyclic phosphates
DM Lajoie, PA Zobel-Thropp, VK Kumirov, V Bandarian, GJ Binford, ...
PLoS One 8 (8), e72372, 2013
Sphingomyelinase D in sicariid spider venom is a potent insecticidal toxin
PA Zobel-Thropp, AE Kerins, GJ Binford
Toxicon 60 (3), 265-271, 2012
Phylogeography of a good Caribbean disperser: Argiope argentata (Araneae, Araneidae) and a new ‘cryptic’species from Cuba
I Agnarsson, SM LeQuier, M Kuntner, RC Cheng, JA Coddington, ...
ZooKeys, 25, 2016
From Gondwana to GAARlandia: Evolutionary history and biogeography of ogre‐faced spiders (Deinopis)
L Chamberland, A McHugh, S Kechejian, GJ Binford, JE Bond, ...
Journal of Biogeography 45 (11), 2442-2457, 2018
Molecular phylogenetics of Caribbean Micrathena (Araneae: Araneidae) suggests multiple colonisation events and single island endemism
A McHugh, C Yablonsky, G Binford, I Agnarsson
Invertebrate Systematics 28 (4), 337-349, 2014
Spit and venom from scytodes spiders: a diverse and distinct cocktail
PA Zobel-Thropp, SM Correa, JE Garb, GJ Binford
Journal of proteome research 13 (2), 817-835, 2014
Lateral gene transfer of a dermonecrotic toxin between spiders and bacteria
MHJ Cordes, GJ Binford
Bioinformatics 22 (3), 264-268, 2006
Differences in venom composition between orb-weaving and wandering Hawaiian Tetragnatha (Araneae)
GJ Binford
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 74 (4), 581-595, 2001
Convergent setal morphology in sand-covering spiders suggests a design principle for particle capture
RP Duncan, K Autumn, GJ Binford
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1629), 3049-3057, 2007
Variable substrate preference among phospholipase D toxins from Sicariid spiders
DM Lajoie, SA Roberts, PA Zobel-Thropp, JL Delahaye, V Bandarian, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 290 (17), 10994-11007, 2015
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