1. Garmendia E.*, Brandis, G.* & Hughes D. Chromosomal location determines the rate of intrachromosomal homologous recombination. In preparation.

2. Garmendia E., Bueno-Galera, C., Huseby, D.L. & Hughes D. The selective advantage of replichore balance in Salmonella Typhimurium. In preparation.


1. Garmendia, E., Brandis, G., & Hughes, D. 2018. Transcriptional Regulation Buffers Gene Dosage Effects on a Highly Expressed Operon in Salmonella. mBio. PDF.

2. Kacar, B.*, Garmendia, E.*, Tuncbag, N., Andersson, D.I., & Hughes, D. 2017. Functional constraints on replacing an essential gene with its ancient and modern homologs. mBio. PDF.

3. Hammarlöf, D. L.*, Jessica, B. M.*, Garmendia, E. & Hughes, D. 2015. Turnover of mRNAs is one of the essential functions of RNase E. Molecular Microbiology. 98(1), 34-45. Link.

4. Marton, S., Berzal-Herranz, B., Garmendia, E., Cueto, F. J. & Berzal-Herranz, A. 2011. Anti-HCV RNA aptamers targeting the genomic cis-acting replication element. Pharmaceuticals5(1), 49-60. Full-text.

*equal contribution

Doctoral Thesis

Garmendia, E. A Unified Multitude: Experimental Studies of Bacterial Chromosome Organization. Uppsala: Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis, 2017. , p. 66. PDF.