Browsing by Author "Warren, Wesley C."

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  • Warren, Wesley C.; García Pérez, Raquel, 1989-; Xu, Sen; Lampert, Kathrin P.; Chapolin, Domitille; Stöck, Matthias; Loewe, Laurence; Lu, Yuan; Kuderna, Lukas, 1989-; Minx, Patrick; Montague, Michael J.; Tomlinson, Chad; Hillier, LeDeana W.; Murphy, Daniel N.; Wang, John; Wang, Zhongwei; Macias Garcia, Constantino; Thomas, Gregg C. W.; Volff, Jean-Nicolas; Farias, Fabiana; Aken, Bronwen; Walter, Ronald B.; Pruitt, Kim D.; Marquès i Bonet, Tomàs, 1975-; Hahn, Matthew W.; Kneitz, Susanne; Lynch, Michael; Schartl, Manfred (Nature Publishing Group, 2018)
    The extreme rarity of asexual vertebrates in nature is generally explained by genomic decay due to absence of meiotic recombination, thus leading to extinction of such lineages. We explore features of a vertebrate asexual ...
  • Venkatesh, Byrappa; Lorente-Galdós, Belén, 1981-; Quilez Oliete, Javier; Marquès i Bonet, Tomàs, 1975-; Warren, Wesley C. (Nature Publishing Group, 2014)
    The emergence of jawed vertebrates (gnathostomes) from jawless vertebrates was accompanied by major morphological and physiological innovations, such as hinged jaws, paired fins and immunoglobulin-based adaptive immunity. ...
  • Warren, Wesley C.; García Pérez, Raquel, 1989-; Marquès i Bonet, Tomàs, 1975-; Freimer, Nelson B. (Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press (CSHL Press), 2015)
    We describe a genome reference of the African green monkey or vervet (Chlorocebus aethiops). This member of the Old World monkey (OWM) superfamily is uniquely valuable for genetic investigations of simian immunodeficiency ...
  • Warren, Wesley C.; Kuderna, Lukas, 1989-; Alexander, Alana; Catchen, Julian; Pérez Silva, José G.; López Otín, Carlos; Quesada, Víctor; Minx, Patrick; Tomlinson, Chad; Montague, Michael J.; Farias, Fabiana; Walter, Ronald B.; Marquès i Bonet, Tomàs, 1975-; Glenn, Travis; Kieran, Troy John; Wise, Sandra S.; Wise, John Pierce; Waterhouse, Robert M. (Oxford University Press, 2017)
    The sperm whale, made famous by Moby Dick, is one of the most fascinating of all ocean-dwelling species given their unique life history, novel physiological adaptations to hunting squid at extreme ocean depths, and their ...

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