Eliot C. Bush

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Biology Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, CA, United States 
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John M. Allman grad student 2004 Caltech (Neurotree)
 (Evolution and scaling in mammalian brains.)
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Nevarez PA, DeBoever CM, Freeland BJ, et al. (2010) Context dependent substitution biases vary within the human genome. Bmc Bioinformatics. 11: 462
Bush EC, Allman JM. (2010) Frontal Cortex Evolution in Primates Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. 363-366
Bush EC, Lahn BT. (2008) A genome-wide screen for noncoding elements important in primate evolution. Bmc Evolutionary Biology. 8: 17
Bush EC, Lahn BT. (2005) Selective constraint on noncoding regions of hominid genomes. Plos Computational Biology. 1: e73
Bush EC, Allman JM. (2004) Three-dimensional structure and evolution of primate primary visual cortex. The Anatomical Record. Part a, Discoveries in Molecular, Cellular, and Evolutionary Biology. 281: 1088-94
Bush EC, Simons EL, Allman JM. (2004) High-resolution computed tomography study of the cranium of a fossil anthropoid primate, Parapithecus grangeri: new insights into the evolutionary history of primate sensory systems. The Anatomical Record. Part a, Discoveries in Molecular, Cellular, and Evolutionary Biology. 281: 1083-7
Bush EC, Allman JM. (2004) The scaling of frontal cortex in primates and carnivores. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 101: 3962-6
Bush EC, Allman JM. (2003) The scaling of white matter to gray matter in cerebellum and neocortex. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 61: 1-5
Bush EC, Shimojo S, Allman JM. (2002) Rapid long lasting learning in a collinear edge-detection task. Perception. 31: 791-8
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